Quasi Country features some familiar players in the area: Danny Knicely, John Flower and Cobblestone (aka Emerson Crowe), who along with some special guests will perform original songs from their newly released CD “everything must go.” The project showcases the song-writing talents of Lunch Meat Larry and Emerson Crowe. The Golden Pony performance will also include some old school country, Americana, tunes from the Jumpy and Jerky cd, and some folk funk punk from a recording to be released later this year. Their repertoire of songs, written mostly outdoors, in the country, with pen and a random scrap of paper (not in a cubicle in the city on a lap top) will delight and entertain. A window into life on the highways and byways, in the home, the hot tub, and out behind the barn.


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Cobblestone is a multi-instrumentalist, singer, songwriter and recording engineer. Born and bred in the watermelon patch, a misplaced Kentuckian raised in North Central Florida. Cobblestone says he learned to sing above the roar of an ol' Case farm tractor ploughing melon rows at 4,500 RPM.

Danny Knicely

Harrisonburg native. For those who do not know Danny, he comes from a musical family steeped in traditional mountain music for generations. He first learned music from his grandfather, A.O. Knicely, who has been playing dances and social events in the Shenandoah Valley of Virginia since the 1930's. Danny has used his roots in old-time and bluegrass to explore various types of music from around the world.

John Flower

Ethno-musicologist , professor of Chinese History, writer, singer (lead and harmony vocals), singing in English and Chinese. …John got his start as a member of the Farmers Trust Company, with the late great Mark Vann who went on to join Leftover Salmon. Later he played and sang with Magraw Gap, and was a member of David Via’s band, Corn Tornado.