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Chatham County Line performs on World Cafe.
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September 28, 2010 The band's new album merges first-class picking with pithy songwriting, not to mention some banjo, fiddle and mandolin. Hear the quartet perform songs from the album and chat about the group's new status as an artist enclave.
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April 29, 2008 While many bluegrass pickers revel in speed and technique, some also aim to take bluegrass songwriting in different directions. That's not to say that Chatham County Line sacrifices instrumental prowess for songs. In fact, it can showboat with the best of them.
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