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In their circles
1,117 people
Have them in circles
606 people
Gert Loubser's profile photo
LAURENT CHERET's profile photo
Christopher Rohlf's profile photo
James Juif's profile photo
Jason Garcia's profile photo
Craig Gonzalez's profile photo
Charles Lewis's profile photo
Leonard Noise's profile photo
ThinkTV's profile photo
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  • Blue Moon Soup
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The Little Mean Mountain Band, SMATT and Leaving
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Blue Moon Soup is the acoustic folk quartet from Yellow Springs, Ohio. Armed with a mandolin, a guitar, an upright bass, a fiddle, a penchant for Grateful Dead tunes, and a dream of the halcyon days of a pied and tye-dyed musical  renaissance, Blue Moon Soup stormed onto the Ohio music scene, releasing their fist lp, Lonely Mountain, in late 2011.

Quickly emerging as a well-known and respected presence in the Dayton area, they bring their forceful and startling brilliance, to complement their sincerity and spirit to their live performance that can transform from one person, to fifty dancers in moments.Trailside, Fireside, and on Stage, Blue Moon Soup is sure to please your soul. The instruments present and ongoing through the bands evolving nature are the Fiddle, a Guitar, Mandolin, and Upright Bass. When you come to a Blue Moon Soup show we hope that you leave all danced out and satisfied.

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“the largest biological experiment man has ever entered into.” -Jerry Garcia
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Yellow Springs, Ohio - Dayton, Ohio
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