Chris Stuart and Backcountry

Chris Stuart



Chris Stuart and Backcountry

Sunday, April 9th 2006

Hosted by Archie and Pris Warnock
Crownsville, MD
Phone 410-766-3115 or email Archie

Concert begins at 2:00pm EST 

Brunch at 1:00pm EST

$15 per person

Performing original bluegrass and Americana music, Chris Stuart & Backcountry features superb vocals, banjo, guitar, and upright bass. They are a 2004 International Bluegrass Music Association showcase band and the song, "Silver Quarter," from their debut album, Saints and Strangers, spent twelve months on "Bluegrass Unlimited" magazine's national bluegrass survey chart. Their second album, Mojave River, was greeted with rave reviews and appeared on the Americana Music Association chart, the Freeform American Roots chart, the Euro-Americana chart, and the Roots Music Report chart. The band also teaches workshops at festivals and camps and has toured in the U.S., Canada, and the United Kingdom. For more information, see Chris's web site

Chris Stuart & Backcountry feature Janet Beazley on banjo and Mason Tuttle on bass.  And for this east-cost tour, they will be joined by special guest Eric Uglum on guitar/mandolin.

Chris StuartChris Stuart a former first prize winner at the Chris Austin Songwriter contest at Merlefest in both the bluegrass and gospel categories. He is a graduate of the IBMA Leadership Bluegrass class of 2004 and was an IBMA showcase songwriter in 2003. With a critically acclaimed solo album, "Angels of Mineral Springs," Chris's songs have been recorded by several top bluegrass artists. Chris has also taught rhythm guitar and songwriting at the British Columbia Bluegrass Workshop (BCBW) and at the California Bluegrass Association (CBA) music camp.

Janet BeazleyJanet Beazley
...originally from Bakersfield, but now living in San Juan Capistrano, California, is an accomplished songwriter, singer, and banjo player. She has taught banjo and music theory classes at both the BCBW and the CBA music camp. She was recently featured in Banjo Newsletter. Janet also holds a doctorate in early music and teaches music history, music appreciation, and historical woodwinds in addition to playing flute, recorder, viola da gamba and historical guitars. Janet's solo album, 5 South, is now available!

Mason TuttleMason Tuttle accomplished bass player, mandolinist, guitar flatpicker, and harmony singer, Mason is a resident of Missoula, Montana, where he has played in several bluegrass and Americana bands. He is currently working on a solo CD. Mason has also taught mandolin at the British Columbia Bluegrass Workshop.

Please join us on April 9 for a concert and buffet lunch with this incredibly talented band.

We are located in Crownsville, MD, a few miles northwest of Annapolis. Directions will be provided when you make your reservation.

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No Smoking - No Pets (ours prefer only human visitors)

Please RSVP by Friday, April 7, 2006, as seating is limited

Guarantee your seat by sending a check in advance

Phone 410-766-3115 or email Archie