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January 30, 2014 8:54 AM

Walter Tunis: Two bluegrass stars continue midwinter theme in Lexington and Clay City

Fans of bluegrass music proved last weekend, at shows by Town Mountain and Robert Earl Keen, that nasty winter weather wouldn't keep them away. The challenge and the weather continue this weekend, with performances by Larry Sparks in Clay City and Rhonda Vincent in Lexington. It never was intended as a challenge, even though last weekend it was tough to keep from viewing it as one. The test involved bluegrass and the question as to whether fans of the music would flock to it locally when the winter turned especially nasty.

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