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Saturday DON'T MISS SAM BUSH Mandolinist extraordinaire has helped expand the boundaries of bluegrass as much as anyone in the last couple of decades, thanks to stellar musicianship and an appetite for stylistic experimentation. (Mustang, 6:20-7:10) ALSO CROSS CANADIAN RAGWEED Kansas-based Southern-rock quartet, with chugging music and folk touches. (Palomino, 6-6:50) 7 P.M. DON'T MISS DWIGHT YOAKAM (pictured) He's now into his third decade as the kind of performer Mick Jagger might be if he slipped into a cowboy hat full time. Though born in Pikeville, Ky., Yoakam owes his biggest debt to the pioneers of California's twangy, attitude-laden country music. (Palomino, 7:15-8:15) CATCH IT IF YOU CAN DIERKS BENTLEY With a voice deep and clear as a mountain lake, Bentley bolted out of Phoenix in 2003 with a No. 1 hit "What Was I Thinkin'." (Tundra, 6:45-7:45) DAN TYMINSKI BAND As Alison Krauss' right-hand man in Union Station, Tyminski long ago proved himself an exceptional guitarist and country-bluegrass singer in his own right. (Mustang, 7:25-8:15)
Chris Pizzello, Associated Press
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