New Acoustic Music

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New Acoustic Music is a music genre that blends influences from folk, bluegrass, jazz and world music and uses only acoustic instruments. Beginning in the 1970s it has been developed by artists such as Bela Fleck, Leo Kottke Tim Ware, Tony Rice, Mike Marshall, Darol Anger and others. [1][2][3][4][5][6][7]

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  • Adam Stetson (2006) Expressing Identity in Colorado Bluegrass Music Sub-Culture: Negotiating Modernity in the American West through Music, Humor and Shared Experience.University of Colorado [8]
  • Phil Hood (1986) Artists of American folk music : the legends of traditional folk, the stars of the sixties, the virtuosi of new acoustic music. New York : Quill, ©1986.

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