Mumford and Sons’ antiseptic folk a wash at Fiddler’s Green

If such a thing as monotonously fantastic exists, Mumford & Sons channeled it at their Fiddler's Green Amphitheater show last night. The evening had all the predictable elements of a beautiful early-fall show at the outdoor venue: lots of beer, the always-expected smell of weed wafting over the audience, talented musicians performing their craft and a near absurd amount of plaid and boots.

At 83, Willie Nelson still keeps good company at Fiddler’s Green

In a brief-but-sweet Saturday night set, 83-year-old Willie Nelson reminded Fiddler’s Green why he’s an enduring national treasure. Taking the stage after a charming set of rebel-girl country from fellow Texan Kacey Musgraves, Nelson’s traditional “Whiskey River” opener was a bit sleepy out of the gate.