How did bluegrass go from niche to the mainstream? Billy Strings arrived.
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The improbable story of a gay couple from Kansas — Jim Nash and Dannie Flesher — who in 1978 opened a Chicago record store called Wax Trax, catering to a community of misfits and turned it into the launching pad for the rise of industrial music. Photos: Patty Heffley and Wax Trax! Archives.
Born from leader Trey Anastasio’s “Ghosts of the Forest” project, this Neil Young & Crazy Horse-inspired rocker became a fan favorite in Phish’s live repertoire.