Folks in the northeast are making preparations now for this weekend’s big Grey Fox festival in Oak Hill, NY.
Among that number are the guys in Three Tall Pines, who recently created a music video for a song they wrote about the festival. They cherish Grey Fox as one of their top music event destinations, one they didn’t envision playing when the song was conceived.
Here’s the video, along with a few thoughts from the band about the song, Going To Grey Fox.
“About four years ago to the day while driving to one of our favorite festivals, we decided to write a fun song about it.
At the time, playing on the Grey Fox stage was a far off goal, one that will be met at this years festival! We are playing on Thursday evening at 8:30 p.m., and can’t wait. Our new bassist, Nick DiSebastian, will debut with us at ‘the Fox.’
In celebration of this honor, we threw together a quick video of the song we wrote while driving down the Mass Pike years ago on the way to the festival.
We have had some fun with this song over the years, and hope you enjoy it!”
The video was shot by Fred Kosak, and edited by Joe Lurgio, Three Tall Pines’ mandolinist. In addition to Lurgio and DiSebastian on bass, the band includes Dan Bordeau on guitar and Connor Smith on fiddle.
Category: Bluegrass Videos
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