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Yonder Mountain tours this summer

Friday, June 26, 2009 – Yonder Mountain String Band is on the road through September, including several dates supporting Dave Matthews Band.

The four piece band consists of Adam Aijala (guitar), Jeff Austin (mandolin), Dave Johnston (banjo) and Ben Kaufmann (bass). The band will play a few songs from their fifth studio album 'The Show,' due out Sept. 1.

Tour dates are:
Wed June 24 Glen Allen, VA Innsbrook Pavilion (with Martin Sexton)
Thu June 25 Jim Thorpe, PA Penn's Peak
Fri June 26 Bridgeport, CT Klein Theater
Sat June 27 Buffalo, NY Buffalo Rocks the Harbor
Sun June 28 Troy, NY Revolution Hall
Wed July 1 Lancaster, PA Chameleon Club
Thu July 2 Indianapolis, IN Vogue Theater
Fri July 3 Peoria, IL CEFCU Center St
Sat July 4 Cincinnati, OH Moonite Gardens
Sun July 5 Rothbury, MI Rothbury Music Festival
Wed July 8 Syracuse, NY Wescott Theatre
Thu July 9 Great Barrington, MA Mahaiwe Theater
Fri July 10 Tarrytown, NY Tarrytown Music Hall
Sat July 11 Masontown, WV All Good Festival
Sun July 12 Louisville, KY Forecastle Festival
Fri July 17-19 North Plains, OR Northwest String Summit
Tue Aug. 11 Kansas City, MO Crossroads
Wed Aug. 12 Des Moines, IA Simon Estes Amphitheatre
Thu Aug. 13 Davenport, IA RedStone Room
Fri Aug. 14 Bayfield, WI Big Top Chautauqua
Sat Aug. 15 Apple Valley, MN Weesner Amphitheater
Sat Aug. 22 Alta, WY Grand Targhee Bluegrass Festival
Thu Aug. 27 Boulder, CO The Fox Theatre
Fri Aug. 28 Morrison, CO Red Rocks (with Xavier Rudd)
Sat Aug. 29 Santa Fe, NM Paolo Soleri (with Xavier Rudd)
Sun Aug. 30 Flagstaff, AZ Pine Mountain (with Xavier Rudd)
Tue Sept. 1 West Valley City, UT USANA Amphitheatre (with Dave Matthews Band)
Wed Sep. 2 Reno, NV Hawkins Amphitheater
Fri Sept. 4-6 George, WA Gorge Amphitheatre (with Dave Matthews Band)

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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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