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Honey Dewdrops Say Farewell to Charlottesville, May 1



on Cosmic American Jamboree

Wednesday, May 1, 2013

4:30 pm (edt)



The Honey Dewdrops are saying their final farewell to Charlottesville, as they hit the touring road for good. But before they pack up, they are going to stop by WTJU one last time to play a few tunes and talk about their concert at the Southern on Friday, May 3, with Brooklyn based Roosevelt Dime (who will stop by Sunset Road that same day).

Hailing from the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains in Charlottesville, VA, the Honey Dewdrops are Laura Wortman and Kagey Parrish.  Together, writing and singing in the veins of folk and old country music, Laura and Kagey have been touring the country over the past 4 years and have appeared on “A Prairie Home Companion,” gained Folk Radio notoriety with a #1 album and have shared the stage with musical greats such as Carolina Chocolate Drops, Mary Gauthier, and Matt Flinner Trio.

The Honey Dewdrops combine a high lonesome duet harmony vocal style with contagious energy, soulful new songs and a fresh angle.  The result, with guitars, a banjo and a mandolin, is a sound that welcomes you in like a dear old friend.  Warm and honest, the Dewdrops fill up a room with sound and spirit.

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