It may have cold outside in Harrisburg Pa on Friday night but inside The Appalachian Brewing Company thing were heating up. As the doors opened up there was a steady flow of bluegrass fans coming in from the cold. Warming up the crowd for The Steep Canyon Rangers was Harrisburg’s own Colebrook Road. A 4 piece bluegrass band that played some traditional and original songs. Starting with one of their own “Sun Up” into Bill Monroe’s “Goodbye Old Pal” gave you an idea of were they were headed. They had the crowd up on their feet and dancing through out their set. A couple more of their own that they played were ” Dry Ground, Misfire and Coyote”. Next up was The Steep Canyon Rangers who had a full house when they took stage. This was their first time in Harrisburg and they are already looking for a return trip here. Coming on stage in traditional bluegrass style wearing suits and ties and a single microphone SCR was ready to play. Playing songs from their most recent CD Deep in the Shade  ” Have Mercy, Turn up the Bottle, the Mountains Gonna Sing and There Ain’t No Easy Street”. Add a songs from their past CD’s and few other such as the Grateful Dead’s “Don’t Ease Me In” and as they described as the worlds best song “Orange Blossom Special” for an encore. Steep Canyon Rangers have gained a lot of attention in the last year after Steve Martin sat in with them in June of 09 and continued playing with the band on selected dates.