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  • Sarah Jarosz at Rogue Theatre

  • VIDEO — Called Gillian Welch's "long-lost daughter" by Rolling Stone Magazine, Sarah Jarosz' music fits comfortably where contemporary folk, Americana and roots music intersect. She grew up playing mandolin at bluegrass jams in her hometown, and her musical interests and talents blossomed as she performed at music camps and folk and bluegrass festivals around the country.
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  • Called Gillian Welch's "long-lost daughter" by Rolling Stone Magazine, Sarah Jarosz' music fits comfortably where contemporary folk, Americana and roots music intersect. She grew up playing mandolin at bluegrass jams in her hometown, and her musical interests and talents blossomed as she performed at music camps and folk and bluegrass festivals around the country.
    The 22-year-old singer and songwriter from Wimberley, Texas, released her first CD, "Song Up in Her Head," in 2009, and one of its tracks, "Mansinneedof," was nominated for a Grammy Award. Another album, "Follow Me Down," was released in 2011, and a third, "Build Me Up from Bones," was released in 2013 on Sugar Hill Records and nominated for best folk album at the 56th annual Grammy Awards. Its title track was nominated for best American roots song.
    Jarosz will perform at 8 p.m. Wednesday, May 7, at The Rogue Theatre, 143 S.E. H St., Grants Pass. Tickets cost $20. Call 541-761-1316 or seewww.roguetheatre.com.
    Jarosz will be joined by fiddler Alex Hargreaves and cellist and Nathaniel Smith for her show at The Rogue Theatre.
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