The Mammals’ music is a family tradition |

The Mammals’ music is a family tradition

The Mammals prove that music does pass through the genes.Tao Rodriguez-Seeger, grandson of Grammy award-winning guitarist and vocalist Pete Seeger, and Ruth Ungar, daughter of Grammy-winning fiddler Jay Ungar, leads the Woodstock, N.Y.-based band.The Mammals, whose latest CD is “Rock That Babe,” will perform at 8 p.m. Saturday at the Colorado Rocky Mountain School Barn in Carbondale.”The Mammals play old-time string music with rock ‘n’ roll style,” said KDNK development director Amy Kimberly. “They played at the Telluride Bluegrass Festival last year and really tore it up.”Saturday night’s performance is part of KDNK’s spring membership drive. The Mammals will tour with Arlo Guthrie on his 40th anniversary tour of “Alice’s Restaurant,” starting in June.Tickets are available at Sounds Easy and Glenwood Music or by calling KDNK at 963-0139. More information about the band is available April E. Clark: 945-8515, ext.

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