Laurie Lewis photo by Irene YoungLaurie Lewis & Her Right Hands will make an eagerly-awaited return to Grass Valley on Saturday, March 16th! Lewis is a bluegrass treasure, shining out of Berkeley, California and traveling the world to thrilled and loyal fans.
 
She’s been a favorite at the Strawberry Music Festival since the early days and continues to blaze a special path down the folk and bluegrass roads.
 
A Grammy Award-winning musician, Lewis is internationally acclaimed as a fiddler, singer, songwriter, and producer. She’s a founding member of the Grant Street String Band and the Good Ol’ Persons, and has performed and recorded with her musical partner, mandolinist Tom Rozum since 1986. Twice voted “Female Vocalist of the Year” by the International Bluegrass Music Association, Lewis has won respect and admiration from her peers.
 
Laurie Lewis & the Right HandsYou’ll want to come out and hear what Acoustic Guitar magazine has called, “One of the contemporary acoustic music scene’s most skilled and enduring performers.” Cub Koda, All Music Guide remarks that “Laurie Lewis is an excellent performer and entertainer. But what sets Laurie apart from the pack is her songwriting and that voice. That voice can soar like an eagle. It can bring a tear to the hardest heart. Damn fine acoustic music.”
 
Local radio station KVMR 89.5 will be airing a live appearance of Laurie Lewis & the Right Hands! Tune in on the day of their concert (that’s Saturday, March 16th) at around 3:00 to listen to this special performance from the band. KVMR Host Felton Pruitt will interview Laurie Lewis & the Right Hands at that time too!
 

Watch as Laurie Lewis & the Right Hands perform “The Crooked Miles” at Berkeley’s Freight and Salvage Coffeehouse:


 

Know & Go

Who: Folk and bluegrass performers Laurie Lewis & the Right Hands
What: an acoustic “It’s Happening at the Foothills” concert
When: Saturday, March 16: doors at 6:30 and concert at 7:30
Where: The Foothills Event Center
400 Idaho Maryland Road
Grass Valley, California
(across the road from Hills Flat Lumber)
Cost: $25 at the door and $20 in advance. Purchase at Briar Patch food co-op or here on our website: