Bluegrass fiddler's championship held each year in Smithville, Tennessee, people come from all around to hear that fiddlin' sound.
In and around Nashville are some of the most fertile lands for music in the US of A.
Enjoy the summer lights and sounds of Main Street, in McMinnville, Tennessee
Summer time is concert time in Tennessee, Contemporary Christian music to old time Rock and Roll.
There's nothing like summer in Middle Tennessee, listing to great music under the lights!
Thursday, November 29, 2012
Saturday, March 31, 2012
Playing classic hillbilly music, the Tennessee Mafia Jug Band features the talents of "Lonesome" Lester Armistead, jug; Leroy Troy, banjo; David "Ferg" Ferguson, bass fiddle; Dan Kelly, fiddle; and Mike Armistead, guitar.
These guys liven up any stage in the state of Tennessee on any given weekend and have played in such places from the Grand Ole Opry, to the Arts Center in Cannon County. Their tour this year though takes them all over the US, even as far as Canada.
The latest CD, Screams From The Holler was just released on March 30th. Right now, they're kicking off a mini tour to promote the new CD. It includes such favorites as the Wabash Cannonball, Frankie & Johnnie, Kansas City Star, Highborn Gal, Bed Of Roses, I’m Alone Again, Sick, Sober & Sorry and Country Boy.
Not on the free list, but on the not expensive list as far as tickets go, they are worth the money it costs to go and see them.
Their extreme country antics, from authentic country dress to authentic bluegrass music are worth watching and will generally keep you in stitches from the beginning to the end. These guys will keep your foot a-tappin' and your heart happy.
They're outstanding playing with Marty Stewart and one of my all-time favorites, Whoa Mule Whoa.
Also see the Opry's site: http://www.opry.com/artists/t/TennesseeMafiaJugBand.html and their site: http://www.tennesseemafiajugband.com/.
Tuesday, March 27, 2012
The Tater Box Café is a family owned business with family recipes located in the Hoodoo Community in Coffee County. If you are looking for food, they have it, and as their name implies, they have some great taters. My favorite is their french fried SWEET taters, crunchy little tater strips to die for.
But one of the best things they have is free music on Friday and Saturday nights.
The Tater Box family is multi-talented and pride themselves on the history of the quaint restaurant and the good food they serve. Their family was raised on Hoodoo Road and they honor their heritage with the names of different menus items, such as our Hoodoo Homerun and their Oneida Special, a sandwich that was named in the memory of Oneida Phelps, the owner of Phelps Grocery.
It's a great place for good food, but go to enjoy the music.
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Saturday, March 17, 2012
|Lonnie Jones & Hard Drive at Larry's Grand Ole Garage & Bluegrass , 2010|
Most nights you will hear bluegrass bands Lonnie Jones & Hard Drive,Southbound and Sunny Mountain Bluegrasss.
Additional Nashville area bluegrass bands, like Leipers Fork Bluegrass, Uncut Grass, Southern Flavor, Runaway Freight, Mixt Company, Mile 5 andFade2Blue Bluegrass, drop in and play from time to time, as well as performers Daniel Rothwell, Bill Hassell, Tuck, and Jack & Betty Whitman.
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