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hello Downtown Greenville, SC and friends. LIVE MUSIC here around 4:30/5pm-ish when blazing Bluegrassers Old Salt Union play an in-store set on their way to a full on evening at The Spinning Jenny at 8pm. So stop in check them out its a very good thing, The Bohemian Cafe has the beverages to get Thursday pm going for ya. thanks and bring it on! ... See MoreSee Less

There's gonna be some serious pickin' today at Horizon Records in The Bohemian Cafe and at The Spinning Jenny tonight! Old Salt Union is in town!

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Another dose of hot bluegrass from Old Salt Union, who will be in town tomorrow! They'll play at Horizon Records in The Bohemian Cafe at 4:30, then head over to The Spinning Jenny for a full show at 8pm!

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Check out Old Salt Union performing "Where I Stand" LIVE on The Loft Sessions! Facebook: www.facebook.com/LoftSessionsTV Twitter: www.twitter.c...

Get your Thursday bluegrass on with Old Salt Union! They'll be pickin' up a storm live at Horizon Records in The Bohemian Cafe at 4:30 p.m. before their full barn-burnin' set with Jenni Lyn Gardner at The Spinning Jenny at 8 p.m.!

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Old Salt Union performing "Tuscaloosa" at Music City Roots Live From The Factory on 1.28.2015

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