“Lost” Musicians Ramble Tonight with New CD
Published March 4, 2007 by the The Pocono Record
If The Lost Ramblers have anything to do with it, one could mistake the Poconos for the Southern Appalachians. Set to release their new CD today at the Deer Head Inn, Delaware Water Gap, their music evokes a feeling of changin’ times.
Together since 1978, they have played on either side of the Gap, including the West End Fair, the Garlic Festival and a number of other venues. They specialize in bluegrass and old-timey music, a forerunner to country bluegrass that answers to a simpler, more back-to-the-woods call.
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Well-known Local Musician Pens Second Book
Published October 7, 2006 by the The Pocono Record
For local bluegrass player and author Pete Pappalardo, writing a book is a matter of what you know.
The East Stroudsburg resident has written two books within the last two years, “Bluegrass,” which tells the story of a semi-professional bluegrass band living in small town Pennsylvania, and his most recently published book “The Compleat Dartshooter.”