Bluegrass Provides the Backbeat

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“The Grass is Blue: America’s Legacy of Bluegrass and Spirituals,” finds a home at Mozambique Tuesday, May 22, when Laguna Beach Live! presents Pacific Chorale’s artistic director, Robert Istad.

The talk and music begin at 6:30 p.m. Demonstrating the musical highlights of Istad’s talk will be mezzo-soprano Denean Dyson, Jeff Askew on guitar and banjo, and Chris Booke on bass.

Reservations are $10 and can be made at or 800-595-4849. Mozambique is located at 1740 S. Coast Hwy.

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