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By Tony Ault
Staff Writer 

Summergrass 2018 steams up bluegrass fans


Last updated 8/22/2018 at 10:28am

Tony Ault

The Gilly Girls, an upcoming bluegrass band, delights an appreciative audience during their performance at the Summergrass Bluegrass Festival in Vista. The group is made up of two sets of twin sisters who are already recording CDs and are becoming popular on the country music scene.

It was a delightful day for hundreds of country music fans this past weekend as they listened to top bluegrass bands playing with the chug-chug of old steam engines echoing in the background at the Summergrass Bluegrass Festival in Vista.

The Summergrass Bluegrass Festival was held for three days, Aug. 17,18 and 19, at the historic Gas and Steam Engine Museum in Vista, bringing top-billed bluegrass, country and folk music groups to Vista from across the nation. Leading the bluegrass players were Joe Mullins & Radio Ramblers, reaching the top of the nations bluegrass and gospel charts an...

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