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Schedule

January 10, 2020

Remington Ryde



Formed in 2005, Remington Ryde consists of lead vocalist and guitarist Ryan Frankhouser; Josh Daniels, Mandolin & vocals; Billy Lee Cox, banjo; Ron Truman, Bass and vocals and Stanley Efaw on fiddle and vocals. These five musicians share years of combined recording and performance experience.

Special Guest - Brother Randall & Friends

January 24, 2020

Open Highway Bluegrass

 The band has been around for about 24 years, taking a few years off and deciding to get back into the music circuit while having fun, which we have certainly missed.  The band decided to get back together in February of 2010, and after a few different jams, and shows,we have changed a few things but we believe it to be for the best.   We still wanted a solid traditional bluegrass band along with solid instrumentation, vocals, and taking pride in originating and performing our own material, most of all sharing our enjoyment performing on stage and getting the crowds involved in our performance.

Special Guest - Almost Famous Reunion w/ Ryan

January 31, 2020

The McLain Family Band

Direct from the hills of Kentucky, The McLain Family Band has become internationally known as one of the most spontaneous, creative and spirited groups performing contemporary Appalachian Bluegrass music.

 Since 1968, they have performed in all 50 states – and 64 countries during 15 international concert tours, some as musical ambassadors of the U.S. Department of State. The McLain Family Band has appeared on prestigious stages such as the Grand Ole Opry, Carnegie Hall, Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, the Lincoln Center, the Metropolitan Museum of Art, and the Carter Family Fold.

Special Guest - Kauffman Road

February 07, 2020

Carolina Blue

Carolina Blue is a Brevard, NC based band whose roots run deep in the tradition of Bill Monroe. The band was formed in 2007 after the release of the album "Nothing So Blue" by Bobby Powell and Tim Jones. Carolina Blue won the South Carolina state bluegrass championship at RenoFest in 2011. They also received their first Vocal Group of The Year Nomination at the 2018 SPBGMA Awards Show.

Special Guest - Silas Powell & the Powell Family Band

February 14, 2020

Don Rigsby

Don worked his way through Morehead State University playing music with Charlie Sizemore, emerged onto the national scene as a member of The Bluegrass Cardinals, then solidified his reputation playing with JD Crowe and The New South and the award-winning Lonesome River Band. Among his long list of accolades are two Grammy nominations, two SPBGMA Traditional Male Vocalist of the Year awards, and two IBMA Awards shared with his fellow Longview performers. Rigsby also contributed vocals to a Grammy-winning album by rocker John Fogerty.

Special Guest - Three Rivers Bluegrass Band

February 21, 2020

Fast Track

Fast Track is a band that formed following the retirement announcement of long time Cardinal Tradition band leader, David Parmley. Three of the four members decided to form the band and sought out to fill the remaining spots, mandolin and guitar, seeking instrumentalists who were also strong vocalists. Wow, did that ever work in their favor. 

The five members of Fast Track are not only all highly decorated in awards from the IBMA and SPBGMA organizations, but are also veteran players on the Grand Ole Opry stage, across the United States, Canada, and throughout Europe. Between all of the gentlemen, they have performed with, recorded on and participated in countless projects with bluegrass and country music royalty throughout their most impressive careers.

Special Guest - Windy Ridge w/ Sam Brookover

March 06, 2020

David Davis & The Warrior River Boys

Alabama native and member of The Alabama Bluegrass Music Hall of Fame, David Davis has traveled and preformed as frontman for the bluegrass group, David Davis and the Warrior River Boys since 1984. He is recognized as one of the foremost practitioners of the Monroe mandolin technique. His interest in old-time and bluegrass music grew organically from a musical family, both his father and grandfather were players and singers. His uncle, Cleo Davis, was Bill Monroe’s original Blue Grass Boy.

Special Guest - Crandall Creek

March 13, 2020

Larry Stephenson Band

Highly regarded as one of bluegrass music's finest high lead and tenor vocalist, Larry Stephenson has been headlining concerts for over 25 years. He formed the Larry Stephenson Band in 1989 while living in his home state of Virginia, and since that time, they have toured widely, recorded frequently, all the while nurturing their distinctive sound. Larry’s crystal clear and easily recognizable tenor voice has provided a musical home for some of the finest sidemen in contemporary bluegrass history. Many appearances on the Grand Ole Opry and RFD TV have made the Larry Stephenson Band a fan favorite all across the US and Canada.

Special Guest - 7 Mile Bluegrass Band

March 20, 2020

Hammertowne

HAMMERTOWNE is a group of Eastern Kentucky musicians whose lives have been largely impacted by their passion for Bluegrass Music.  They are fortunate enough to be able to compose many of their own songs, yet they are a traditional band.  Everything they do is motivated by their love of playing Bluegrass Music.  They are a working man's (and woman's)Bluegrass Band.  No whistles or bells. Just lots of Drive, and Energy, it's all about the music. Pretty basic and successful philosophy.

Special Guest - Out of the Blue

March 27, 2020

Sideline

Sideline is a pedigreed six-piece powerhouse whose style has set the pace in Bluegrass for over two decades. Founders Steve Dilling, Skip Cherryholmes and Jason Moore can all claim their own historical significance to the genre as members of highly awarded groups, multiple Grand Ole Opry appearances and years of national and international touring.

Special Guest - Cabin Fever

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