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Dehlia Low will be Performing at Home and MerleFest

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Dehlia LowDehlia Low will is getting the opportunity to perform in a hometown show in Ashville, North Carolina at the Grey Eagle on March 22nd. It's a fully seated, evening with the group begining around 8pm, the band will be cracking open the vault and playing some favorites for you, and potentially a few unexpecteds. Advanced ticket purchase is recommended and you can get them locally at Harvest Records in West Asheville, or at this link: http://thegreyeagle.com/events/an-evening-with-dehlia-low/ Dehlia Low echoes the sounds of early country with a strong bluegrass flavor, crafting a fresh originality that feels like home in the flourishing roots music soundscape.

After that, Dehlia Low will be playing a few sets at Merlefest April 25-28th on the campus of Wilkes Community College in Wilkesboro, NC. There is always a great line up, you can check it out here: http://merlefest.org/Lineup/ The group says, "We will be playing on Thursday and Friday, including a set on the Watson Main Stage Friday afternoon. Hope to see some of you there!"

Self described as "Appalachiagrassicana", Dehlia Low’s vocal harmony and instrumentation reflect a deep connection to traditional music with modern arrangements and relevant, smart songwriting. The band combines their gripping, rustic-flavored vocal style with instrumental prowess. Performing original songs that feel at once both old and new, the band is rooted in bluegrass while pushing their sound into Americana, Roots Country, and Folk, true to their southern Appalachian roots.

Dehlia Low formed in late 2007 as part of Asheville, North Carolina’s roots music renaissance. Singers Anya Hinkle (from Blacksburg, VA on fiddle) and Stacy Claude (from Atlanta, GA on guitar) pulled together a group of talented pickers from the region: Aaron Ballance on Dobro (Winston-Salem, NC), Bryan Clendenin on mandolin (Hurricane, WV) and Greg Stiglets on bass (Jackson, MS).

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