The Lonesome River Band is coming to Years of Farming on Sunday, April 10 at 2 p.m.
Gibson Davis and Copper Valley will open. Tickets could also be bought prematurely or on the door for $20. Children 12 and underneath accompanied via an grownup are admitted unfastened. Attendees could have the risk to win door prizes equipped via sponsors together with two tickets to our May 1 display that includes Darin and Brooke Aldridge with Mountain Music Ambassadors opening.
Since its formation many years in the past, Lonesome River Band continues its recognition as one of the crucial revered names in bluegrass track. Five-time International Bluegrass Music Association Banjo Player of the Year, and winner of the Steve Martin Prize for Excellence in Banjo and Bluegrass, Sammy Shelor leads the gang this is continuously breaking new floor in acoustic track. With two stellar lead vocalists, Jesse Smathers (guitar) and Adam Miller (mandolin), and the spectacular skills of Mike Hartgrove (mess around) and Kameron Keller (bass), the band seamlessly comes in combination, appearing the trademark sound that enthusiasts proceed to embody.
Besides 16-year-old banjo participant Gibson Davis, contributors of Copper Valley are Darren Wasson, Maddie Murray, Jason Hale and Kyle Kleinman. Gibson is a fourth-generation musician from Ona WV who started enjoying banjo when he was once 7 or 8 years outdated. His dad Chris Davis is a member of The Grascals, however Chris has additionally performed with Larry Cordle, Melvin Goins, Junior Sisk and Marty Raybon, amongst others. His Grandpa performed with many greats together with Ralph Stanley and his Great Grandpa performed with Red Allen. Besides enjoying banjo Gibson enjoys bass fishing, looking and using four-wheelers.
Our function isn’t just to offer bluegrass track in our house, but additionally to advertise our native companies. We respect our sponsors whether or not that is their first display to sponsor or if they’ve backed all and we are hoping you’re going to thank them for serving to us convey such nice teams to Flemingsburg.
Join us at Years of Farming for a day of superior bluegrass track. It is an awesome alternative to look this caliber of artists in our house.
If you don’t seem to be aware of any of our bands, whether or not a characteristic band or a gap band, test their web pages and/or YouTube for a few of their track and historical past and it would be best to attend! Keep checking our web page www.yearsoffarming.comforupdates in our agenda. For additional info, tickets or to tag (reserve) seats, you’ll touch Paula Hinton at (606)748-0798 or [email protected]