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Annie and the Beekeepers (The Kennedy Center)

Annie and The Beekeepers

Like a porch swing on a warm summer night, Annie and The Beekeepers manage to be simultaneously comfortable and thrilling. Annie Lynch’s flows over the Americana arrangements like the breeze as her detailed lyrics entice the listener to lean forward and beg for more. Beginning her love of live music after eavesdropping on rehearsals of the Cape Cod Little Fiddlers, Ms. Lynch relentlessly begged her parents for a violin and squeaked her way through childhood lessons. She credits the music of Joni Mitchell with opening up her ears, heart, and voice.

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Annie and the Beekeepers 8/31/12: Annie and the Beekeepers

The group experiments with Americana/folk traditions to cross-pollinate styles and sounds such as smooth vocals, guitar work, banjos, and horns.

Annie and the Beekeepers

The group experiments with Americana/folk traditions to cross-pollinate styles and sounds such as smooth vocals, guitar work, banjos, and horns.

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