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A Q&A with lead vocalist/guitarist Hardy Morris and bassist Brantley Senn.

The speakers are silenced. The stages are empty.

  • June 14th, 2009  |
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Don't let the quiet on Riverside Drive today fool you.

By the time you read this, Riverbend is over and your retinas are probably still hurting after last night's fireworks display, which I hopefully watched from the air-conditioned comfort of my living room.

His moniker is Little Richard, but his personality is bigger than life.

Streetside salvation

Men tell Riverbend festival-goers of their sin

Meet Patrick O'Connell. He's the guy who stood on street corners outside Riverbend this week, telling festivalgoers they were going to hell for laundry list of sins.

Only one day of Riverbend festivities remains, but in terms of trash, it could be the biggest.

Fire & water

Riverbend closes with fireworks tonight

Tonight marks one of Riverbend’s loudest traditions: the annual festival-closing fireworks.

School of Folk

Musicians ‘graduate’ tonight with Riverbend recital

In January, four folk musicians — Steve Daugherty, Christie Burns, Matt Evans and John Boulware — opened Mountain Music Folk School in a Red Bank storefront. Their goal was to perpetuate the traditions of old-time music and folk music by teaching lessons to beginners as well as furthering the skills of developing musicians.

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