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video: Behind the Scenes at Newport Folk Festival 2011

Monday, August 01, 2011

 

This year's Newport Folk Festival broke all records in terms of ticket sales, fueled by an incredible line-up of traditional talents and young up and comers. GoLocalProv's Avery Stone spoke behind the scenes to four hot young acts: Rhode Island's own John McCauley, front man of Deer Tick and part of Middle Brother; Amelia Meath of Mountain Man; Tegan Quin of Tegan & Sara; and Joy Williams and John Paul White, also known as The Civil Wars.  Hear what they had to say about playing the historic festival.

 

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