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Margot Leverett and the Klezmer Mountain Boys
First there was bluegrass, then there was newgrass and now, perhaps inevitably, there is Jewgrass.
It's not yet a trend. Call it a development.
You can find it in New York, Denver and suburban Washington, D.C. It's still rare enough to...
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