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The Flannel Attractions
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Though they met by playing the renowned Jackson Hole Hootenanny – a decades-old Wyoming music tradition that has been graced by folk and bluegrass stalwarts like John Denver and Peter Rowan – The Flannel Attractions' music has a far-reaching appeal that even attracts listeners with the blissful ignorance to call the mandolin a "mini guitar."

Drawing from singer-guitarist Pat Chadwick's experiences entering and leaving the tumult of city life, the band's songwriting depth can be compared to modern folk revival acts, and their instrumentation lies somewhere between the loose folk pop of The Lumineers and the virtuosic and progressive bluegrass of the Punch Brothers. Meanwhile, the captivating harmonies offered by singer-violinist Emily Yarbrough are likely to evoke comparisons to The Civil Wars and The Head and The Heart.

In their first year of existence, The Flannel Attractions have honed that niche sound, walking a fine line between indie folk and bluegrass.
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