In Alaskan Anna Lynch's debut album, intricate songs about everyday lives

Anna Lynch, who released her first bluegrass album in October, was on her way back from a gig in Homer when she called. She was piled into a Subaru along with three other people, two guitars, a stand-up bass, a mandolin, a fiddle, some clothes and a bottle of peppermint schnapps. This is, quite literally, how these musicians roll.

In Alaskan Anna Lynch's debut album, intricate songs about everyday lives

Anna Lynch, who released her first bluegrass album in October, was on her way back from a gig in Homer when she called. She was piled into a Subaru along with three other people, two guitars, a stand-up bass, a mandolin, a fiddle, some clothes and a bottle of peppermint schnapps. This is, quite literally, how these musicians roll.

Popular, unpredictable band Primus has inspired Alaska musicians

When they take the outdoor stage at Moose's Tooth on Saturday, the three members of Primus may or may not be dressed in plastic cowboy suits, offer you steamy nachos, or play the "South Park" theme while riding stationary bikes onstage. Which is to say, the reasons you should go see them at the solstice show have as much to do with the unknown, the unpredictable, as the known.

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