Sweet mandolin melodies and lilting fiddle solos flutter through The High Plains Jamboree‘s blend of bluegrass. Their tight harmonies and cool country bass lines beamed through Studio 1A on Wednesday. This Austin-area quartet performed at the Cactus Cafe for their EP release show on December 9th, and they have even more concerts lined up on their calendar through 2016. In addition to playing in venues across the city, The High Plains Jamboree will travel to North Carolina for Merlefest in April.
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