Label: Not On Label - none • Format: CDr Album • Country: US • Genre: Folk, World, & Country • Style: Bluegrass
Photo credit: David Cupp. Photo credit: Jeff Carmel. Photo credit: Jim Humphreys. Prairie Sky Something I Dont Want To Know - Prairie Sky - Shades Of Blue the Julian Applepalooza event, a beautiful setting for a fun event. Photo credit: Shawn Rohlf. Prairie Sky performs an acapela gospel tune at Urban Solace. The band performs every first Sunday of the month from 10 am to 2 pm at Urban Solace Restaurant as part of its Bluegrass Brunch--great food and fun!
Photo credit: Ed Meyers. On stage at the annual St. Marks United Methodist Church bluegrass concert Photo credit: Dennis Anderson. Here is Prairie Sky on the main stage at the Summergrass Festival in The Ramona Bluegrass Festival held in Ramona California is great fun every summer, and the band, here on the Foggy Mountain Stage inis honored to have the festival named after our lead singer Ramona Ault:.
Photo credit: Steve Disler. Jeff and Ramona provide Prairie Sky's unique dual guitar sound, here on stage in Julian Photo credit: Dwight Worden. Photro credit: Dwight Worden. Shawn P. Rohlf engineered, recorded, and mixed Prairie Sky's Shades of Blue. We couldn't have done it without his expertise and guidance. Big thanks Shawn! Bluegrass is where all the money is! Here Ramona and Avery show Jeff the tip bucket proceeds from a gig he missed. Ah, if only it were so Photo credit Dwight Worden.
Avery Ellisman plays mandolin, fiddle and occassional banjo for Prairie Sky. Avery also runs the respected Julian Family Fiddle Camp. Jeff Jeff Smith sings and plays Something I Dont Want To Know - Prairie Sky - Shades Of Blue guitar with Prairie Sky. Photo credit: Davbid Cupp. Dwight Worden, Prairie Sky's bass player and occassional twin fiddler, smiling because music is fun!
The band likes to Fresh Blue Agave - Steve Cobby - Everliving with guests, especially Pete Krebs - Western Electric kids! This is the earliest photo we have of Prairie Sky performing. Photo credit: Ed Meyers On stage at the annual St.
Photro credit: Dwight Worden Shawn P. Photo credit: Davbid Cupp Dwight Worden, Prairie Sky's bass player and occassional twin fiddler, smiling because music is fun!
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