Members Of The Lumineers, Yonder Mountain String Band, My Morning Jacket & More Star In Bluebird Music Festival’s ‘Strings & Stories’

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Bluebird Music Festival’s new film Strings & Stories features Wesley Shultz of The Lumineers, Adam Aijala and Ben Kaufmann of Yonder Mountain String Band, Dave Simonett of Trampled By Turtles, Grahame Lesh of Midnight North, Andy Thorn of Leftover Salmon and many others including special guest Jim James of My Morning Jacket. Strings & Stories will be released as part of a fundraiser for Bluebird hosts the Future Arts Foundation.

Those who donate to the fundraiser will be emailed on June 28 a private link to watch and download Strings & Stories. The film edited and produced by Ian Glass and featuring a “collection of intimate performances and personal stories,” will not be released to the public.

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The 3rd annual Bluebird Music Festival was supposed to take place last month at Macky Auditorium in Boulder, Colorado but was canceled due to the coronavirus COVID-19 pandemic. Shultz and Simmonett were among those on this year’s lineup who also appear in the film.

Follow this link to purchase Strings & Stories and find the full list of participants below:

  • Wesley Schultz (The Lumineers)
  • Jade Bird
  • Langhorne Slim
  • Willie Watson
  • Dave Simonett (Trampled by Turtles)
  • Adam Aijala & Ben Kaufmann (Yonder Mountain String Band)
  • Josiah Johnson (formerly The Head & The Heart)
  • Adia Victoria
  • Mason Jennings
  • Esme Patterson
  • Grahame Lesh (Midnight North/Terrapin Family Band)
  • Daniel Rodriguez (Elephant Revival)
  • SHEL
  • Ben Sollee
  • Andy Thorn (Leftover Salmon)
  • Very Special Guest Jim James
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