Saturday at the Folk Alliance International Conference, Kasey Rausch (pictured in a file photo) was one of five local acts who performed at the Chouteau room in the Sheraton Crown Center. Rausch was with a tight five-person band that included her sister Kim Rausch McLaws on harmonies, Rob Nold on fiddle, Chad Brothers on guitar, Chris DeVictor on upright bass and Caleb Gardner on mandolin.
Saturday at the Folk Alliance International Conference, Kasey Rausch (pictured in a file photo) was one of five local acts who performed at the Chouteau room in the Sheraton Crown Center. Rausch was with a tight five-person band that included her sister Kim Rausch McLaws on harmonies, Rob Nold on fiddle, Chad Brothers on guitar, Chris DeVictor on upright bass and Caleb Gardner on mandolin. KansasCity
Saturday at the Folk Alliance International Conference, Kasey Rausch (pictured in a file photo) was one of five local acts who performed at the Chouteau room in the Sheraton Crown Center. Rausch was with a tight five-person band that included her sister Kim Rausch McLaws on harmonies, Rob Nold on fiddle, Chad Brothers on guitar, Chris DeVictor on upright bass and Caleb Gardner on mandolin. KansasCity
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Day 4 of Folk Alliance: Upstairs is where the vibe gets intimate and transcendent

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