That's all folks

Sweet sounds of mandolins and vocal harmonies emanated from Reservoir Hill last weekend as Pagosa Springs hosted the ninth annual Four Corners Folk Festival. Despite Saturday’s soul-sogging downpours and ankle deep mud, the spirits of folk fans and festival campers couldn’t be diminished. Music enthusiasts of all ages soaked up the sights and sounds of some of the top folk musicians on tour. The clouds parted on Sunday and the drying rays of sunshine warmed the festival grounds, welcoming among others, Drew Emmitt & Freedom Ride, The Bills, the John Cowan Band and Tim O’Brien.

Drew Emmitt, of Leftover Salmon fame, belts out one of his classic
soulful lyrics as he once again masters the mandolin, his
instrument of choice.

Day pass holders and campers alike settle into their folding
chairs above the music tent on Reservoir Hill.

A mud-soaked duo makes the most of the wet conditions
provided by the rain the day before.

Volunteer Robert Watson, left, draws a beer next to Pagosa
Springs Town Manager Mark Garcia as Ian James, head brewer at
Durango Brewing, keeps the beer flowing.

Chris Frye, of The Bills, enjoys his Sunday performance
on stage with his fellow bandmates.

The fingers of Adrian Dolan, of The Bills, dance along the
keys of his accordian Sunday afternoon.








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