Saddle River String Band

Saddle River String Band

Saddle River String Band is a Canadian bluegrass quartet, with influences of blues and folk from Summerside, Prince Edward Island, Canada. Their sound derives from their guitar/banjo/mandolin/double bass set up (sometimes with kazoo, harmonica or ukelele) and from their insistence on performing into a single condenser microphone like earlier bluegrass & folk acts.

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