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Focus On: Lindsay Lou and the Flatbellys


Hailing from all corners of the Great Lakes State of Michigan, Lindsay Lou & the Flatbellys are giving a nod to American traditional music, while boldy taking their own songs in new directions. Distinct vocals, tight harmonies, instrumental expertise, and creative arrangements are all essential characteristics of their unique sound.

The group focuses on the original tunes of Lindsay Lou Rilko, which include true-life tales of bank-robbing aunties, moonshinin' grandpas, and celebrations of love, life, and nature. Don't be surprised to hear bluegrass standards, Beatles hits, and contemporary classics at a Flatbelly's show as well. It's an infectious vibe that could only have been born in the heart of America's Fresh Coast!

This concert was recorded at BluSeed Studios in Saranac Lake, New York in December 2012, by contributing producer, Jeff Oehler from BeeHive Productions. 



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I haven't the problem playing this that others have reported. I use Winamp, not Windows Media Player. In any event, thanks, once again, to Folk Alley for the opportunity to hear such great music. I also appreciate, as a member, the opportunity to download this to my Android smartphone and to listen to this and other free content on my long commute each morning. When I want the regular stream, I switch to a streaming app rather than the Android Folk Alley app, which I find unstable.

Posted by Scott C. Thompson on March 03, 2013.
Premature comment.. did get WMedia to work after a 5 minute download...

Posted by A V on February 23, 2013.
So I suppose Windows Media should not even be an option for the Flatbellys. Windows Media works fine on the regular programming but not on the special programming. Very frustrating...

Posted by A V on February 23, 2013.
I thought the Windows Media problem was just me. Now I know it was not. I had to download it, and it worked fine then. Still, it was kind of frustrating. I have had that issue with your site before. Guess I should have thought of that when I filled out the questionnaire yesterday!!!

Posted by Mary Eickholt on February 21, 2013.
Thanks Kevin. I downloaded Winamp so I could listen. Very good concert.

Posted by Craig Kyle on February 14, 2013.
It is too bad you are having problems with Windows Media player. This show is definitely worth the time to download/install Winamp or other MP3 player. What a great show, Thanks to Lindsay Lout and the Flatbellys, Bluseed Studios and Folk Alley for making it available.

Posted by Kevin Hinsey on February 08, 2013.
I had the same problem as Craig trying to play Lindsay Lou: I tried to play with Windows Media Player, but get the following error: "Windows Media Player cannot find the file. If you are trying to play, burn, or sync an item that is in your library, the item might point to a file that has been moved, renamed, or deleted."

Posted by Philip Wells on February 08, 2013.
I try to play with Windows Media Player, but get the following error: "Windows Media Player cannot find the file. If you are trying to play, burn, or sync an item that is in your library, the item might point to a file that has been moved, renamed, or deleted." I can play other "Live from Folk Alley" selections without problem. Help!!

Posted by Craig Kyle on February 07, 2013.

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