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June 17, 2013 The multi-instrumentalist combines folk, blues and bluegrass with African, Asian and Turkish musical traditions, as he seamlessly switches between Weissenborn and bouzouki guitars.
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David Lindley performed on Mountain Stage.
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March 15, 2011 The musical palette of multi-instrumentalist David Lindley is as varied and eccentric as his colorful onstage apparel. For this intimate Mountain Stage performance, Lindley played instruments as varied as a Hawaiian lap-steel guitar and a traditional Middle Eastern oud.
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Buffalo Springfield, circa 1970
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September 15, 2010 It's no secret that musical rifts are difficult to overcome. When it does happen, it's usually for a really good cause. Now the '60s folk band Buffalo Springfield is reuniting for Neil Young's annual Bridge School Benefit Concert in California.
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