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Doyle Lawson & Quicksilver play Mountain Stage

Wednesday, July 15, 2009 – , Doyle Lawson & Quicksilver will be the featured artist on this weekend's Mountain Stage program. The radio program, with host Larry Groce, airs in more than 120 cities throughout the U.S. via National Public Radio and the Public Broadcasting System.

This weekend's episode, airing July 17-19, will feature songs from the bluegrass group's performance on Mountain Stage at the Chuck Mathena Center in Princeton, West Va. in June

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Live In Prague, Czech Republic CD review - Live In Prague, Czech Republic
Imagine a full auditorium in mid-January- not in Bean Blossom, Ky., but Prague. The local Czech emcee approaches the microphone; his anticipation is matched by the audience: Doyle Lawson is in town! This unlikely scenario rolls out in real time (more or less) on Doyle Lawson and Quicksilver's release "Live In Prague, Czech Republic." This collection nicely captures the state of play for Lawson and his band and should greatly please fans of straight-on bluegrass music. »»»
Life is a Story CD review - Life is a Story
Life really is just a story, a collection of memories we share to remember moments, circumstances, life lessons, heartache, friends and family, the good times and the bad. Over 40 years in the music business has certainly given Doyle Lawson and Quicksilver plenty of stories to share, remember and pass on, making "Life Is A Story" essentially a book on tape, albeit set to Lawson's high standard of powerful and polished instrumentation. "Life Is A Story" kicks off with a »»»
Burden Bearer Bluegrass Gospel and A Cappella Favorites CD review - Burden Bearer Bluegrass Gospel and A Cappella Favorites
Mandolinist and bandleader Doyle Lawson is one of the giants of bluegrass music with a long list of honors and awards, but he and his rotating group Quicksilver may be at their best on Lawson's many gospel music albums. Over the last 30 years, he has alternated secular and sacred releases on a regular basis, with the gospel albums leaning toward a capella quartet sounds and much of the fast-paced picking on the secular sides. This new gospel release from Lawson and Quicksilver takes the »»»