Flood-displaced musicians perform 'Smile' at RockyGrass
Clip: 07/31/2014 | 4m 43s
A flood in 2013 wiped out homes, businesses and the music festival grounds in Lyons, Colorado. The small town was home to 2,000 people, and hosted nationally-renowned bluegrass festival RockyGrass. While the grounds were restored and the festival returned this year, many of the town's artists and musicians are still displaced. A group of flood-displaced musicians performed "Smile" at the festival.
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