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Bruce and Kelly Stockwell

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The Quarantine Sessions are an online resource during these times of social distancing. We've asked visual artists, sculptors, musicians, poets, chefs, and other creatives to submit content through Next Stage Arts Project, based in Putney, Vermont. From local to global and back again, we're providing content during these times of social distancing. We hope you enjoy, subscribe to our channel, and share it with your communities.Thank you.

About our guest artists: Bruce and Kelly

Bruce Stockwell has been playing bluegrass banjo since 1968, and teaching since the '70s. By age 16, he had won banjo contests, recorded his first album and opened for Earl Scruggs, Doc Watson, John Hartford and many others. In the late '70s, he worked with Phil Rosenthal and Mike Auldridge as Old Dog, releasing two albums on Flying Fish. Since then, Bruce has performed with his brothers Barry and Alan (and now wife Kelly) in various acoustic/electric formats. In 2005, he won the Merlefest Banjo Contest, and in 2008, a NH Arts Grant led to the formation of Hot Mustard, a double-banjo bluegrass band. He currently performs with Kelly, Barry and Alan as the contemporary folk and bluegrass quartet The Stockwell Brothers.

Production Date: 
Saturday, April 11, 2020 - 15:30

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