Folk Alliance Video Diary: Thursday, February 17

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David Bromberg's a grammy-nominated musician who's played for Bob Dylan and Willie Nelson.

80's hit-maker Gary Morris opened his set with "Wind Beneath my WIngs." This is not that song.

Harpeth Rising: Girly Gypsygrass from Nashville.

The Magnificent Sevens: Rocket powered alt-country from Canada.

Valerie June pays tribute to Little Laura Dukes and the Memphis Jug band.

Sibling harmonies: The Chapin Sisters.

Abigail Washburn sings the gospel

And she has a go at this Chinese folk song.

A banjo tune from the Carolina Chocolate Drops.

And a bonus clip of the Carolina Chocolate Drops mixing beatboxing with Celtic-inspired nonsense-singing and scat.

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