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Where the grass is always bluer
Posted By Sun News On February 19, 2014 @ 11:18 am In Entertainment | Comments Disabled
Three Sonoma-based artists in active Bay Area bands started playing together for fun, and it clicked. So was born The Mosey Boys — Adam Traum on guitar and vocals, David Thom on mandolin, vocals and guitar and Jack Hines on bass and vocals. Traum started working with Thom in 2012 and shortly thereafter Thom played on and co-produced Traum’s latest CD, “Just Like Home.” Around the same time, Hines and Adam Traum had an informal jam and Hines quickly became Traum’s “go-to” bassist.
The “acoustic power trio,” calling on bluegrass, country blues, rockabilly and folk styles, plays a free show on Saturday, February 22, at 1 p.m. at the Sonoma Valley Library. The event is generously support by the Friends of the Sonoma Library. The library is located at 755 West Napa Street. For more information contact Lisa Musgrove at Lmusgrove@sonoma.lib.ca.us.
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