1. A Busker's Ode to Wakarusa 2009

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    from Jamie Seed / Added

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    I found this guy playing his heart out, with a passionate ode to the Wakarusa Festival we were attending. I got his myspace address and hoped to link this to him, for credit, but I can't find the page!! So someone please hit me up and tell me you know this guy! He gave me permission to upload this, but I'd love for him to be able to share it with his friends, etc.... WAKARUSA 2009!!!!!!

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    • Adam Linkous - Seven Story Mountain

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      from Adam Linkous / Added

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      Don't let anyone or anything hold you back from your dreams no matter how big or small they may be. This is my interpretation of the song Seven Story Mountain off of the Black Bear Sessions Album by Railroad Earth. Song by Railroad Earth, Filmed and Edited by adam linkous.

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      • Beginning of Railroad Earth

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        from Media Complex / Added

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        Beginning tag for Railroad Earth video.

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        • Do it to Julia - 8/28/10 - Boone, NC

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          from Music on the Mountaintop / Added

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          Do it to Julia, from Boone, performs a Wilco cover on Main Stage at Music on the Mountaintop 2010. Music on the Mountaintop is a one of a kind, ecologically driven large-scale music festival, offering first class entertainment as well as educational awareness on current environmental issues.

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          • Electric Forest dust-up

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            from Chris Pandolfi / Added

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            Electric Forest was an epic festival. We were very psyched to join String Cheese for a few tunes on the main stage. Playing in front of 15,000 people is fun.

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            • "Fast As Lightning" - From The New Album Roots & Groove HD by Tvision

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              from Whitewater Ramble / Added

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              In early January of 2013, Whitewater Ramble gathered at Silo Sound in Denver, CO for a marathon recording session that took place over 8 days. The band then immediately hit the road with Railroad Earth for a five-night run across the Midwest before heading to New Jersey to mix the album, The band’s second studio album showcases WWR’s growth as songwriters and musicians. Produced by Tim Carbone of Railroad Earth, the album features an array of special guests such as Andy Hall on dobro (Infamous Stringdusters), Andy Thorn on banjo (Leftover Salmon), Grammy Award winner John Macy on pedal steel and Bill McKay on piano. Roots & Groove showcases a roots influenced band blending the traditions of early American music with a newgrass flair and a groovegrass twist. Roots & Groove is storytelling through nefarious narratives, murderous ballads, devilish villanelles, scorned lover’s laments and intoxicant-infused ramblings blended with mystical visions and instrumental journeys. Through blistering picking, engaging harmonies and alluring grooves, the ensemble burrows flagrantly into tragedy, comedy, redemption, overindulgence, morality and shady dealings as the backdrop for their genuine and eccentric style of writing. Described as High-Octane Rocky Mountain DanceGrass, Whitewater Ramble (WWR) uses a simple recipe to craft its sound: start with bluegrass instrumentation, add drums, and finish with a boundary-less approach to grassing-up everything from disco house grooves to roots to Americana. For over ten years, WWR has been captivating audiences across the U.S. with an engaging stage presence and insightful and poignant lyrics. WWR has had the privilege of supporting, touring with and sharing stages with Railroad Earth, Michael Franti and Spearhead, Karl Denson's Tiny Universe, Greensky Bluegrass, Cornmeal, The Infamous Stringdusters, Dark Star Orchestra, Little Feat, Papa Mali, The New Mastersounds, The Gourds, The David Grisman Quintet, Jerry Douglas, Lotus, Splitlip Rayfiled, Members of the String Cheese Incident, Particle, Hot Buttered Rum, Drew Emmitt of Leftover Salmon, DJ Logic, Donna The Buffalo, The Contribution, The Motet, Tea Leaf Green, Henry Butler, Vince Herman and Great American Taxi, Peter Rowan, Tony Furtado and many more. Based in Fort Collins, CO, WWR has performed and headlined on every major stage across the Rocky Mountain Region. With over 900+ performances under their belt, the group has truly established themselves as one of the hardest working groups in the jam scene today. A diverse festival resume has helped bring WWR to stages at events like the Northwest String Summit, Wakarusa, Yonder Mountain’s Harvest Festival, Grand Targhee Bluegrass Festival, 80/35 Festival, Nedfest, Bohemian Nights NewWestFest, The Wildflower Pavilion at RockyGrass, Copper Mountain Sunsation, Desert Rocks Music Festival, Love Your Mother Earth Music Festival, Keystone Bluegrass and Brews, The Denver People's Fair, South Park Music Festival, Westword's Music Showcase, numerous Brew Festivals, and their own annual two day music and camping festival, Ramble on the River.

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              • George Kilby Jr Skywalking

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                from Fred Boenig / Added

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                Roots Americana and Blues artist George Kilby Jr releases his first video for the "Let the Melody Live On" CD. Andy Goessling of Railroad Earth is featured on this video

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                • "Guilty As Charged" by Whitewater Ramble from Roots & Groove

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                  from Whitewater Ramble / Added

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                  In early January of 2013, Whitewater Ramble gathered at Silo Sound in Denver, CO for a marathon recording session that took place over 8 days. The band then immediately hit the road with Railroad Earth for a five-night run across the Midwest before heading to New Jersey to mix the album, "Guilty As Charged" features footage from the Solo Sounds recording session plus live footage from Belly Up in Aspen, The Eldo in Crested Butte and Planet Bluegrass' Wildflower Pavilion in Lyons, CO. The band’s second studio album showcases WWR’s growth as songwriters and musicians. Produced by Tim Carbone of Railroad Earth, the album features an array of special guests such as Andy Hall on dobro (Infamous Stringdusters), Andy Thorn on banjo (Leftover Salmon), Grammy Award winner John Macy on pedal steel and Bill McKay on piano. Roots & Groove showcases a roots influenced band blending the traditions of early American music with a newgrass flair and a groovegrass twist. Roots & Groove is storytelling through nefarious narratives, murderous ballads, devilish villanelles, scorned lover’s laments and intoxicant-infused ramblings blended with mystical visions and instrumental journeys. Through blistering picking, engaging harmonies and alluring grooves, the ensemble burrows flagrantly into tragedy, comedy, redemption, overindulgence, morality and shady dealings as the backdrop for their genuine and eccentric style of writing. Described as High-Octane Rocky Mountain DanceGrass, Whitewater Ramble (WWR) uses a simple recipe to craft its sound: start with bluegrass instrumentation, add drums, and finish with a boundary-less approach to grassing-up everything from disco house grooves to roots to Americana. For over ten years, WWR has been captivating audiences across the U.S. with an engaging stage presence and insightful and poignant lyrics. WWR has had the privilege of supporting, touring with and sharing stages with Railroad Earth, Michael Franti and Spearhead, Karl Denson's Tiny Universe, Greensky Bluegrass, Cornmeal, The Infamous Stringdusters, Dark Star Orchestra, Little Feat, Papa Mali, The New Mastersounds, The Gourds, The David Grisman Quintet, Jerry Douglas, Lotus, Splitlip Rayfiled, Members of the String Cheese Incident, Particle, Hot Buttered Rum, Drew Emmitt of Leftover Salmon, DJ Logic, Donna The Buffalo, The Contribution, The Motet, Tea Leaf Green, Henry Butler, Vince Herman and Great American Taxi, Peter Rowan, Tony Furtado and many more. Based in Fort Collins, CO, WWR has performed and headlined on every major stage across the Rocky Mountain Region. With over 900+ performances under their belt, the group has truly established themselves as one of the hardest working groups in the jam scene today. A diverse festival resume has helped bring WWR to stages at events like the Northwest String Summit, Wakarusa, Yonder Mountain’s Harvest Festival, Grand Targhee Bluegrass Festival, 80/35 Festival, Nedfest, Bohemian Nights NewWestFest, The Wildflower Pavilion at RockyGrass, Copper Mountain Sunsation, Desert Rocks Music Festival, Love Your Mother Earth Music Festival, Keystone Bluegrass and Brews, The Denver People's Fair, South Park Music Festival, Westword's Music Showcase, numerous Brew Festivals, and their own annual two day music and camping festival, Ramble on the River.

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                  • Hangtown Halloween (2014)

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                    from Sean Davis Media / Added

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                    A recap video of a music festival I was hired in to shoot and edit. Shot with: 5D MarkIII and GH4 Cut with: Premiere Pro CC Assistant Camera: Donny Green www.seandavismedia.com

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                    • Hard Livin' (live at Abbey Pub)

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                      from Scott Ely / Added

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                      The Merge jams out some Hard Livin at the Abbey Pub in Chicago on 6/4/09

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