Neidig, Koretzky, Gehret & Campbell

Montage: counterclockwise from bottom left: Kevin Neidig playing guitar, Henry Koretzky playing banjo-mandolin and singing, Ken Gehret playing fiddle, and Bruce Cambell playing bass.

Central Pennsylvania is home to many fine musicians and four of the best—Kevin Neidig, Henry Koretzky, Ken Gehret, and Bruce Campbell—will be appearing together at the Susquehanna Folk Festival. Perennial favorites on all fronts, they always amaze us with their virtuosity and adaptability.

Kevin Neidig (guitar) is an award-winning instrumental and teacher who is well known as one half of the popular duo Voxology. Henry Koretzky (mandolin) is a regular on the roots music scene who has played with such groups as the Harrisburg Mandolin Ensemble, Sweetwater Reunion, and The Contra Rebels. Ken Gehret (violin) is a multi-instrumentalist who has performed with Mel Tillis, Roy Clark, Tony Trischka, and at the Grand Ole Opry with Jim and Jesse and the Virginia Boys. Bruce Campbell (bass) has been a favored local sideman for dozens of bands including Rue de la Pompe, the Canal Street Hot Six, The Tom Pontz Trio, and the Vintage Jazz Band. Together the group plays an exciting mix of bluegrass, old-time, jazz, blues, and Americana.

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