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Hillbilly Gypsies Perform Bluegrass at Carter Fold July 21st

The Hillbilly GypsiesThe Hillbilly Gypsies are a West Virginia native string band who specialize in playing their own homegrown style of Appalachian old time music, mixed with a hard drivin’ bluegrass sound. In addition to their original material, the Hillbilly Gypsies play a mix of traditional bluegrass and catchy old fiddle tunes. They are best appreciated at a live show. The Gypsies perform in the old fashioned style, around a single microphone. Their show has the feel of a barn dance, and it transports you back in time. One thing’s for sure – you’ll want to get up and dance. They’ve been a group for over ten years, and they have played at many national festivals, concert halls, and theaters. You can see the Hillbilly gypsies July 21st, 2012, at 7:30 p.m. in the Carter Family Fold located in Hiltons, Virginia. Admission to the concert is $8 for adults, $1 for children 6 to 11, under age 6 free.

October Opens with Hillbilly Gypsies at Carter Family Fold

Hillbilly GypsiesThe Hillbilly Gypsies are a West Virginia native string band who specialize in playing their own homegrown style of Appalachian old time music, mixed with a hard drivin' bluegrass sound. In addition to their original material, the Hillbilly Gypsies play a mix of traditional bluegrass and catchy old fiddle tunes. They are best appreciated at a live show. The Gypsies perform in the old fashioned style, around a single microphone. Their show has the feel of a barn dance, and it transports you back in time. One thing's for sure – you'll want to get up and dance. They've been a group for over ten years, and they have played at many national festivals, concert halls, and theaters. Saturday, October 1st, 2011, at 7:30 p.m. the Carter Family Fold in Hiltons, Virginia, will present a concert by the Hillbilly Gypsies. Admission to the concert is $7 for adults, $1 for children 6 to 11, under age 6 free.

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