Avett Brothers rule the Grammys stage
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Avett Brothers rule the Grammys stage

Los Angeles : CA : USA | Feb 13, 2011 at 9:28 PM PST
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The performance of The Avett Brothers ruled the stage of Grammy Awards 2011. The Avett Brothers and the Mumford and Sons delivered their exuberant performance before the introduction of Dylan. The Avett Brothers performed following the kick off of the segment by Mumford and Sons who performed "The Cave". The Avett Brothers performed "Head Full of Doubt, Road Full of Promise".

The Avett Brothers and Mumford and Sons’ members encircled Dylan when the latter emerged and started on "Maggie's Farm". The Avett Brothers and Mumford and Sons’ members joined him with a variety of tools including guitars and banjos.

After Dylan concluded his performance, The Avett Brothers and Mumford and Sons drifted and followed him with open mouths. It should be noted that The Avett Brothers was founded in 2001. The Avett Brothers hail from North Carolina and rose to the apex of fame on the basis of their exuberant singing skills. This talent of The Avett Brothers resulted in expansion of their fan base.

“The live show is who we are. We have spent so much time over the past 10 years playing 2,000-plus shows. They are a living thing,” Seth Avett has previously stated. The Avett Brothers - young Avett and big bro Scott – are skilled at specific areas. Avett is skilled at playing guitar while Scott plays banjo.

Murad Shah is based in California, California, United States of America, and is an Anchor on Allvoices.
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