The Byrds' Chris Hillman with Herb Pedersen: Bluegrass Concert
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California country rock and bluegrass legends Chris Hillman and Herb Pedersen have teamed up to bring four decades of musicianship to their concerts. An inductee into the Rock ‘n’ Roll Hall of Fame, guitarist and mandolin player Hillman has played everything from bluegrass to jazz as a member of groups such as The Byrds, The Flying Burrito Brothers and the Desert Rose Band. Banjo picker and vocalist Herb Pedersen has brought his talent to work with such artists as Johnny Rivers, Dan Fogelberg, James Taylor and many others. His music is also the legend of several TV and movie soundtracks. Together, they will engage audiences with their wonderful vocal skills and playing repertoire – everything from honky-tonk rock’n’roll to bluegrass melodies with Tex-Mex and Cajun thrown in for good measure.