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Everest Rising gets diverse listeners

Everest Rising, which combines elements of folk and bluegrass with progressive rock, jazz and classical music, plays at Caffe Lena on Saturday.
Everest Rising, which combines elements of folk and bluegrass with progressive rock, jazz and classical music, plays at Caffe Lena on Saturday.
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Everest Rising has proven to be more fulfilling for its four members than any of their previous musical projects, both creatively and commercially. Prior to the band’s formation in 2010, three of its four members — banjoist Bill Flanagan, upright bassist Pete Gernert-Dott and vocalist/harmonica player Dale Wade Keszey — had spent roughly a decade playing together in the more straight-ahead bluegrass group Riverview Ramblers. Guitarist Trevor Wood joined the ranks toward the end of ...


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