Award winning bluegrass recording artist Lorraine Jordan and members of her Carolina Road band were in Buffalo over the weekend for two concerts at the Occidental Saloon as part of a four-day spring jam session.

Known as the “Lady of Tradition, she explained that her visit to the Occidental Hotel and Saloon was long overdue to accept the invitation from Occidental owner and renowned songwriter, David Stewart.

Two gold records grace the walls of the saloon in recognition for Stewart’s collaboration with Jordan over the past couple of years.

Along with “True Grass”, the concert also boasted a second gold record recording of “Bill Monroe’s Ol’ Mandolin…

Jordan was introduced to Stewart through recording star Eddie Raven and Jordan told Big Horn Mountain Radio how the award-winning song “True Grass” came to be…

The Occidental Saloon was packed on both Friday and Saturday nights for Jordan’s performance in the latest of a series of recording artists to visit Buffalo and the famed songwriter, David Stewart.

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