ARTS Pick: Jordan Tice

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Jordan Tice's new album, Horse County, with a backing band by the same name, is his first all-original release and it highlights his new interest in ragtime. Publicity photo Jordan Tice's new album, Horse County, with a backing band by the same name, is his first all-original release and it highlights his new interest in ragtime. Publicity photo

Jordan Tice’s journey to becoming a force on the bluegrass scene started with classical guitar, jazz and rock ’n’ roll, then expanded into a variety of projects that found him keeping musical company with members of Crooked Still, Punch Brothers, Dave Rawlings Machine and Canadian folk act The Duhks. He was even tapped by banjo-playing actor/comedian Steve Martin, who used Tice for his twangy scoring of Shakespeare’s As You Like It in Central Park. His new album, Horse County, with a backing band by the same name, is his first all-original release and it highlights his new interest in ragtime.

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