Tiny Porch Stage
AT THE RAILROAD STATION
Rebecca Stout and Brantley Kerns
(ASPS Flatfoot 101 workshop)
Hendricks Run (Square Dance)
Plus: Step Dance Contests and Workshops throughout the day.
Featuring the Music Box Micro Stage
Brother Billy and Jam
The TomiTom Sho
Bar Jay Bar
Instrument Petting Zoo Workshops
Eucalyptus Grove Workshops
The Songs of Hank Williams, Eucalyptus Grove (jamming area 5)
A Hank Williams tribute (sing along if you dare and we’re double dog daring you) with Cowboy Dave Volk and his Ruminators. A period correct band with fiddle and steel guitar, just as country music sounded in the 1940s. Luke the Drifter may reappear. There was no automatic tuning then, so you have to stay on pitch!
Nothing over 90 BPM - Jam on Bluegrass Classics at a relaxed pace. Eucalyptus Grove (jamming area 5)
DJ Reed and his band will lead classic songs and fiddle tunes at a more relaxed pace. There will be a flip chart with chords.
High and Lonesome Harmony with The Po’ Ramblin’ Boys (jamming Area 2, Friends of Crazy J Ranch)
The harmonies of Bluegrass Music have helped separate the genre from others since Bill Monroe stepped on the Grand Ole Opry stage. Through the generations, acts have adapted their own singing styles and harmony structures, such as The Osborne Brothers, The Stanley Brothers, Jimmy Martin and Flatt & Scruggs. Join The Po’ Ramblin’ Boys as they dive into different harmony stacks, phrasing and even sing some for you in the intimate setting.