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Folk Alley Presents: The Howlin' Brothers

The Nashville string band The Howlin' Brothers — Jared Green, Ian Craft and Ben Plasse — got its name from a classical-guitar teacher in Ithaca, N.Y. There, the group was known for its lively performances of old-time and bluegrass music around campfires. Shortly thereafter, The Howlin' Brothers headed to Music City to make a home playing clubs and honky tonks in the area. Now in its ninth year, the band is out with a new album, Trouble — its second produced by The Raconteurs' Brendan Benson.

Here, The Howlin' Brothers' members perform "Pack Up Joe" for WKSU's Folk Alley at the Beehive Productions studio in Saranac Lake, N.Y.


  • "Pack Up Joe"
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