In the wake of the New Orleans disaster, perennial Walnut Valley Festival favorites Jeff and Vida relocated to Nashville to perform their barnstorming tunes for edumacated bar owls who favor the pre-Toby Keith era. Like fellow Nashville fringe artists Todd Snider and Gillian Welch, J&V make music with a wellspring of Opry context-but none of the schmaltz. Equally adept at true-life ballads and rowdy mandolin and banjo romps, the harmonizing duo (often beefed-up to a trio or quartet) offers up the kind of meat-and-potatoes country and bluegrass that the Winfield faithful love to feast on. Their latest LP "Loaded" is beefed up with rockabilly and honky-tonk dishes, all served with a heaping helping of Vida's gravel-loaded holler.
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