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Soggy Prairie

Music
Thursday, June 13
5 - 7 pm
Cost: TADMusic | Ticket Policies: TADMusic
High energy bluegrass tunes.

Five instruments, four voices, and one fancy microphone. Soggy Prairie been working on this bluegrass thing since 2002, and they’ve almost figured it out. They bring a high-energy attitude to new, traditional, and original Bluegrass tunes. Kodey Feiner brings a powerful unique lead vocal sound and a strong right hand strum on the guitar. Jim Kvalheim proves to be a driving force on the mandolin, and has been sharing harmonies with Kodey for over fifteen years. Newcomer Erin Barnard, a classically trained violist, brings a strong fiddle sound, and fits in nicely on the top end of the harmonies. Kristin Kvalheim provides the ever important three-finger Bluegrass banjo sound. The bass player, an original band member, brings more energy than you’ve ever seen on an upright, and a deep bass voice to round out the band’s four-part harmony.

 

This event is intended for UW-Madison students, faculty, staff, Wisconsin Union members and their guests. Anyone can become a Wisconsin Union member at union.wisc.edu/membership.

Five instruments, four voices, and one fancy microphone. Soggy Prairie been working on this bluegrass thing since 2002, and they’ve almost figured it out. They bring a high-energy attitude to new, traditional, and original Bluegrass tunes. Kodey Feiner brings a powerful unique lead vocal sound and a strong right hand strum on the guitar. Jim Kvalheim proves to be a driving force on the mandolin, and has been sharing harmonies with Kodey for over fifteen years. Newcomer Erin Barnard, a classically trained violist, brings a strong fiddle sound, and fits in nicely on the top end of the harmonies. Kristin Kvalheim provides the ever important three-finger Bluegrass banjo sound. The bass player, an original band member, brings more energy than you’ve ever seen on an upright, and a deep bass voice to round out the band’s four-part harmony.

 

This event is intended for UW-Madison students, faculty, staff, Wisconsin Union members and their guests. Anyone can become a Wisconsin Union member at union.wisc.edu/membership.

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