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“Dehlia Low is a string music band based out of Asheville, NC that perfectly captures that beauty of mountain music and they are the perfect ambassadors of the Blue Ridge Mountains. With these beautiful songs…they are able to dig deeper into the Appalachian culture than many roots bands.” ~ Taproot Radio

Dehlia Low
The Grey Eagle
Friday, May 28th, 20109pm
$8 adv/ $10 dos
all ages
828-232-5800
185 Clingman Ave
Asheville, NC 28801
www.thegreyeagle.com

“Dehlia Low: The heartfelt mountain sounds of this new band recall the Carter Family and the Stanley Brothers. Listen for ‘If That’s the Way You Feel,’ ‘When I Can Read My Titles Clear,’ and ‘Plains of Tellico.'” ~ Diane Amov in an article about Merlfest 2010

A fan stated, “I saw your show and just wanted to let you know that it was probably one of my favorite experiences at Merlefest 2010. Both vocals were amazing, the mandolin playing had me in awe and the dobro playing gave me chills. On the way home my friend and I were kicking ourselves for not buying your album at the festival but I’m glad to find you guys on itunes!”

“This latest project is probably the most important release to date from North Carolina’s Dehlia Low. Although the band is an all-acoustic aggregation, their musical style extends beyond the boundaries of bluegrass. With the exception of Norman Blake’s ‘Lord Won’t You Help Me,’ the other 11 tracks are band originals, such as ‘River Is Rising,’ ‘Bide My Time,’ and ‘Buffalo To Washington.’ Fiddler Anya Hinkle’s vocal prowess is a key ingredient to the sound of Dehlia Low and shines through on ‘Take Me Back’ and ‘Santa Ana Winds.’ ‘Tellico’ is a first-class production. Dehlia Low is rapidly becoming a musical force to watch for.” ~ Bluegrass Unlimited

“…one of those kinds of bands that I just really fall in love with. They’re called Dehlia Low and at the bare bones, they’re a string band, but…in a way string bands used to be when there wasn’t such a genre splint of what country music was and what bluegrass music was and what blues music was. It’s where those points converge for me. They’re primarily writing their own material, very strong material, and they’re one of those bands that you’re going to start hearing a lot more of.” ~ Iaan Hughes, No Depression

Dehlia Low will also be on WNCW’s Studio B on Thursday, May 27th at 4pm

Tune in at: www.wncw.org

“We’ve fallen in love with this cd over here, every one of us…we’ve had more requests for it than any other disk in the past year and a half. It’s a hit record….fresh….solid songwriting and the vocal duet is what gets them. ” ~Dennis Jones, WNCW 88.7

*WNCW’s 2009 Countdown their most recent album, Tellico, won #2 for regional artists as well as #18 for top 100 releases of 2009.

*Their first self titled EP also placed #17 for top 100 releases in 2008 on WNCW.

Dehlia Low will featured on the upcoming “Jammin’ at Hippie Jack’s” show that is being released to PBS in a syndicated program. Check out a clip:



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