Ralph Stanley & His Clinch Mountain Boys, with Cherryholmes, at UCLA's Royce Hall
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The last date listed for Ralph Stanley & His Clinch Mountain Boys with Cherryholmes was Sunday October 25, 2009 / 7:00pm.
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Reviews & Ratings
Featured review from Paul K.
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Both bands very excellent, and it was an honor to see the living legend, Ralph Stanley, in person. It was my first time seeing him. Although he seemed bored at times, and kept looking at his watch, his band delivered, and the opening act, Cherryholmes was a headliner in its own.
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See videos of Ralph Stanley and Cherryholmes at the UCLA Live website.
Generations of bluegrass stars align over Royce Hall. Living legend Ralph Stanley shaped post- war American music with the Stanley Brothers, and recently was re-introduced to the world via his indelible a cappella rendition of “O Death” on the “O Brother! Where Art Thou?” soundtrack. Nashville’s family-band sensation Cherryholmes is led by bearded patriarch Jere and mandolinist mom Jenny Lee, joined by their kids Cia Leigh (banjo), B.J. (fiddle), Skip (mandolin) and Kate (fiddle). Mixing old-time chops and new-attitude spins, the group has become the top-selling bluegrass band with three acclaimed albums and irrepressible live concerts.