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Yonder Mountain announces dates; band member returns

Monday, July 30, 2018 – Yonder Mountain String Band announced a series of dates starting this fall. The band also welcomes back into the line-up Allie Kral, who took time off with the birth of her first child in May.

Highlights include festivals (Northwest String Summit, FreshGrass), headlining dates on the East Coast and a special Aug. 4 Red Rocks gig in Colorado with Infamous Stringdusters, Horseshoes & Hand Grenades and Earls of Leicester

The band - Adam Aijala, Dave Johnston, Ben Kaufmann, Jacob Joliff and Kral - released "Love. Ain't Love" earlier this year.

The band formed in 1998 and have released 11 studio and live albums.

Tour dates are:
Aug. 4 Morrison, CO Red Rocks Amphitheatre
Aug. 8 Augusta, GA Sky City
Aug. 9 Isle of Palms, SC The Windjammer
Aug. 10 Wilmington. NC Brooklyn Arts Center
Aug. 11 Beach Mountain, NC Beach Mountain Resort
Aug. 23 Norwich, NY Chenango Blues Association Concert Series

Sept. 14-15 North Adams, MA FreshGrass Festival

Sept. 29 Richmond, VA Off To The Races
Oct. 6 Ontario, CA Huck Finn Jubilee
Oct. 17 Omaha, NE The Waiting Room
Oct. 18 Kansas City, MO Madrid Theatre
Oct. 19 Des Moines, IA Wooly's
Oct. 21 Columbia, MO The Blue Note
Oct. 24 Davenport, IA River Music Experience Redstone Room
Oct. 25 Milwaukee, WI Turner Hall Ballroom
Oct. 26 Live Oak, FL Suwannee Hulaween
Oct. 27-28 Live Oak, FL Suwannee Hulaween
Nov. 7 New York, NY Bowery Ballroom
Nov. 8 South Burlington, VT Higher Ground
Nov. 9 Boston, MA Paradise Rock Club
Nov. 10 Ardmore, PA Ardmore Music Hall
Nov. 11 Fairfield, CT The Warehouse
Nov. 14 Annapolis, MD Ram's Head On Stage
Nov. 15 Washington, DC Union Stage
Nov. 16 Pittsburgh, PA Rex Theater
Nov. 17 Columbus, OH A&R Music Bar
Nov. 18 Grand Rapids, MI Elevation at the Intersection
Dec. 7 Puerto Morelos, MX Strings & Sol
Dec. 8 -11 Puerto Morelos, MX Strings & Sol
Feb. 10, 2019 Huntington, WV Keith Albee Theater

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Love. Ain't Love CD review - Love. Ain't Love
Yonder Mountain String Band has a preternatural fan following, courtesy of its live touring over two decades. Generally known as a jam-grass band, their record releases have been a mix of original recordings and live event presentations. Following the inevitable arc of a long-running band's narrative, Yonder's lineup has changed in the last couple of years. Erstwhile frontman Jeff Austin left to tour on his own, and Yonder's remaining members, Ben Kaufmann (bass) Adam Aijala »»»
Black Sheep CD review - Black Sheep
Anyone wondering if the 2014 departure of founding member and mandolinist Jeff Austin would alter the successful formula that Yonder Mountain String Band has used since their first album back in 1999 can rest easy after hearing what the new lineup has done with this new studio effort. Touring with the band since Austin's exit, newly minted Yonder members fiddler Allie Krall and mandolinst Jake Joliff make an immediate impact here on several levels. Krall's fiddle may be the best thing »»»
EP 13 CD review - EP 13
The first in an ongoing series of EPs that will occupy the band as inspiration strikes them, "YMSB EP '13" represents true musical democracy, in that it offers one song apiece by each Yonder Mountain String Band member. Recorded on the road, it's purpose was clarified in a press release that accompanied its release. "We seek out studios to work in while touring," singer/ bassist Ben Kaufmann explained. "And while the juices are flowing and chops are at »»»
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