Rusted Root to perform at Tussey Mountain

From CDT staff reportsMay 17, 2013 

Rusted Root will launch a tour in commemoration of the band’s 20th year.

The Pittsburgh-based band, known for their fusion of bluegrass and rock as well as their inspired use of percussion that is drawn from African, Latin America, Native American and Middle Eastern influences, will perform at 6 p.m. June 1 at Tussey Mountain, Boalsburg. State College bands Mysterytrain and the Perkolators will open the show.

In October, the band — Michael Glabicki (lead vocals, guitar), Liz Berlin (vocals, percussion), Patrick Norman (vocals, bass, percussion), Colter Harper (guitar), Preach Freedom (percussion) and Dirk Miller (guitar) — released “The Movement,” Pittsburgh-area group’s seventh studio album.

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