The story takes on the tone of a concert review while the writer recounts the experience of attending a house concert promoted by the DC Bluegrass Union. The concert is that of our friend Frank Solivan II, which the writer seemed to enjoy. The story is supposed to be about the efforts of the DCBU to promote bluegrass music in that area, and the writer does sing some praise for those efforts.
The somewhat hidden, but resourceful, DC Bluegrass Union has been promoting and supporting Bluegrass music in the D.C. area since 2001 and connects shows akin to the Lake Barcroft series and genre specific musicians in the area.
You can read the story here.