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Laurie Lewis And The Right Hands On Mountain Stage

Lewis is joined by Tom Rozum on mandolin, Max Schwartz on bass, Tatiana Hargreaves on fiddle and Justin Hiltner on banjo.
Laurie Lewis with Tom Rozum on mandolin, Max Schwartz on bass, Tatiana Hargreaves on fiddle and Justin Hiltner on banjo. Source: Brian Blauser

A pioneering woman in bluegrass music, Laurie Lewis first fell in love with old-time, folk and bluegrass music at the Berkeley Music Festivalhe's been producer for 14 recordings and has become a passionate educator, teaching at camps and workshops around the country.

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