She Went Upstairs is a journey in song, through the backfields and wooded lots of an America that may be disappearing, but remains intact in certain territories, and certainly lives archetypically in the hearts, strings, and voices of Uncle Earl. In some cases, they improve upon an original, such as the pair's rendering of Utah Phillips' nugget "Orphan Train.
Uncle Earl is an American old-time music group, formed in 2000 by KC Groves and Jo Serrapere. They have released three albums and two EPs, and their fifth album Waterloo, Tennessee was produced by John Paul Jones of Led Zeppelin.
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American string band Uncle Earl formed in Ann Arbor, Michigan in 2000. Founded by singer/songwriters . Groves and Jo Serrapere, the band's early years set the tradition of an all-female lineup that included Amanda Kowalski, Casey Henry, Sally Truitt, and Tahmineh Gueramy. This initial lineup yielded the 2002 independently released album She Went Upstairs
Uncle Earl discography. Uncle Earl discography. 2. EPs. The following is the discography of Uncle Earl, an American folk band. The group has released two EPs and two albums, including 2004's Going to the Western Slope EP and Raise a Ruckus EP, 2005's She Waits for Night album on Rounder Records, and 2007's Waterloo, TN album also on Rounder Records. YouTube Encyclopedic. She Went Upstairs - January 2002 (Jo Serrapere). The Last Goodbye - (Ted Piney & Uncle Earl). One True - (Kristin Andreassen, Eric Merrill & Abigail Washburn). Wish I Had My Time Again - (trad. words & arr. Uncle Earl). My Little Carpenter (trad. My Epitaph - (Ola Belle Reed). Buonaparte - (public domain, arr. Bony on the Isle of St. Helena - (trad. Sisters of the Road - (Rayna Gellert, arr.
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Hear Uncle Earl play a concert from WXPN and World Café Live in Philadelphia. Named in honor of the band members' mutual appreciation for Earl Scruggs and Steve Earle, Uncle Earl formed in 2000. The group quickly gained a strong following and released its debut album, She Went Upstairs, to critical acclaim in 2002.
The bands national debut album, She Waits for Night, is that rare project that is enriched by tradition but never enslaved by it at once defiantly old-fashioned and defiantly contemporary. It is a sound that bridges gaps. In concert and on She Waits for Night, Uncle Earl members Kristin Andreassen, Rayna Gellert, Sharon Gilchrist, KC Groves, and Abigail Washburn each take a turn in the spotlight trading instruments and lead vocals with ease. From a fast fiddle tune to an a capella gospel number (Divine), from a trio for banjo, fiddle, and clogging to an old brother duet or an original ballad that sounds as old as the hills (Pale Moon), the musical range of Uncle Earl is both surprising and wholly organic. The shows went so well and the response was so positive that we decided to keep doing shows. Even back then, there was something there that people really connected with.