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Legal Grass

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Legal Grass
Artist Name: Legal Grass
Genre(s): bluegrass,folk,roots
Contact: (317) 946-1542
Years Active: - Present

Band members:
(Bold indicates
current member.)
Mark Conway:Guitar, Mandolin, Vocals Craig Stinson:Fiddle, Banjo, Guitar, Mandolin, Vocals
Related Bands: (unavailable)


There have been many faces of Legal Grass since the summer of '05...when we decided to start a bluegrass band not knowing a single thing about bluegrass. Monroe who? Earl What? Some things they just don't teach you in the suburbs. As of right now Legal Grass consists of the duo of Mark Conway and Craig Stinson...old high school buddies who met up after college to get serious about playing music. We are constantly expanding our repertoire with multiple genres, including, but not limited to: old-time, bluegrass, blues, and jug band music. Currently, we are traveling the Appalachian region of the United States living at large. Maybe someday we'll post a blog telling about our happenings. Until then, Mark is planning on coming back to Indianapolis in early July while Craig is off to more adventures unknown...


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