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3/28/17
by Taylor Peters
Playlist: Foggy Memories of Bloomington
"Survival" - The Impossible Shapes "Dearest Duchess" - The Delicious "This...
3/17/17
by Eric Alexander
Guest Playlist: Sir Deja Doog, "Creamy Moonlight Calling"
Welcome, lycanthropes. Come chew a little wolfsbane and lap the sweet beams of creamy moonlightrefle...
3/9/17
by Natty Morrison
Obtuse: A New Breed of Indy Dance Party
Close your eyes and picture a DJ and tell me, what do you see? Maybe it starts with the scene of an ...

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 2011,

Punk rock ethos with a bluegrass sound. The Bashville Boys are four dudes that stay true to the bluegrass trail blazed by the Stanley Brothers and Bill Monroe while integrating modern influences such as the Violent Femmes, Dead Milkmen, and Ween.

Jim Flatford- Mandolin, Bass, Vocals
Kyle Beaty- Lap Steel, Banjo, Guitar, Vocals
Nathan Bilbrey- Drums
Art Hill- Cello, Guitar, Vocals
J.L. Miles-Vocals

Alumni: Peter Gaunt- Guitar, Banjo, Vocals

Recorded by: Frank Reber @ Ball State University & Reber Recording.

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    01. The Bashville Boy - Cornbread Road
     
     
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    02. The Bashville Boys - County Line
     
     
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    03. The Bashville Boys - Graveyard Whiskey
     
     
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    04. The Bashville Boys - Poor Boy
     
     
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    05. The Bashville Boys - Maury
     
     

Recent Blog Posts

3/28/17
by Taylor Peters
Playlist: Foggy Memories of Bloomington
"Survival" - The Impossible Shapes "Dearest Duchess" - The Delicious "This...
3/17/17
by Eric Alexander
Guest Playlist: Sir Deja Doog, "Creamy Moonlight Calling"
Welcome, lycanthropes. Come chew a little wolfsbane and lap the sweet beams of creamy moonlightrefle...
3/9/17
by Natty Morrison
Obtuse: A New Breed of Indy Dance Party
Close your eyes and picture a DJ and tell me, what do you see? Maybe it starts with the scene of an ...