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Sunday, September 16, 2012



NEVAH, Maine's progressive bluegrass, newgrass, prograssabilly band appeared at the Blue Hill Fair Sept 1, 2012 …

Here are some images of the event that captivated the fair attendees and drew a huge crowd for the hour and a half performance of NEVAH fan favorites including original songs, soon to be featured on the upcoming NEVAH Album …

The day was perfect, the sun was shining, and there was a slight breeze as the Men of Nevah arrived at the Blue Hill Fair Mid-Way stage.

Set-up was a breeze and the sound check went without a hitch … before you knew it was
Midway Stage at the Blue Hill Fair - as Nevah Set's Up
NEVAH on Stage at the Blue Hill Fair 2012

Phil Pitula Bass & Vocals  & Ed Russell Lead Vocals, Flute & Sax from Nevah 
NEVAH's Larry LeBlanc Lead Guitar & Vocals
Nevah's Banjo Guy Hal Meyers a Singin & Richard Silver Singin and playing Mandolin

Jack Anderson - Pedal Steel, Dobro & Guitar next to Dick Knipping on Drums

Kent Palmer - Making NEVAH sound great!

Nevah's Jack Anderson on Pedal Steel

Ed on FLute and Phil on Bass

Dick Knipping NEVAH's drummer settin' the beat

Crowds gathered around during NEVAH's Show

Friday, September 7, 2012

Sultans's of String in Concert with Abbott Hill Ramblers

Hey fans of NEVAH, Maine's progressive new grass, prograssabilly band …

… this just in from our good friend, Chris Prickitt, of the well known group EVERGREEN:

In Concert

Chris McKhool (violin) and Kevin Laliberté (guitar),

OpeningThursday, October 4
Ridge View Community School
Fern Rd. Dexter

Time: 7:00 p.m.
Suggested Donation   Adults: $8   Students: $3

For further information please call:  924 -6000 or  924-4121

Press Release:
Touring  Sultans of String to Make Dexter Appearance! 
(Abbott Hill Ramblers to Open October 4 Show)

An award-winning duo from Toronto, Ontario, Chris Mckhool and KevinLaliberte (the “Sultans of String”) will be in concert in Dexter onThursday, October 4at the Ridge View Community School.

The Abbott Hill Ramblers will open the show at 7:00 p.m.

The Sultans’ music is an organic mix of rhumba, gypsy, jazz, MiddleEastern, and Spanish Flamenco.The group will also conduct a workshop for students at Ridge View that afternoon.       

Suggested donations at the door are $8 for adults and $3 for students.       
For  more information, call 924-6000 or 924-4121.