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These North Carolina grunge-grassers cover a lot of folk-rock territory on I And Love And You, living up to the promise of their previous album, the award-winning Emotionalism.
A handful of homeless people, commonly referred to in the Territory as "long-grassers", were escorted by police to a pavilion at the Darwin Showgrounds.
Northern Territory politician Dave Tollner booted off Facebook after racist remarks A SOCIAL networking site shut down a Northern Territory politician's "profile" after complaints that it carried an "offensive" attack on indigenous locals known as "long-grassers".
The festival has stepped up its musical lineup this year to include British funk outfit the New Mastersounds, North Carolina newgrass aces Acoustic Syndicate, local afro-beat groove ensemble Afromotive, new-school jam grassers Cornmeal and familiar faces in the Pond Farm Pickers, which includes members of Snake Oil Medicine Show.
These aren't keep-of-the-grassers either, these are people in their twenties who themselves use Facebook and Twitter regularly.
Other grassers nominated for a Grammy include Jerry Douglas for
The Bluegrass Blog 2009