Your initial impression may be of just three kids, but once you rip off the cellophane and pop it in the player, you’ll know this CD holds talent well beyond the years of the three young men on the cover.
The Foundation for Bluegrass Music Announces Grants to Honor Doc Watson & Doug Dillard • The Mast Farm Inn is honored to support The Foundation for Bluegrass Music.
”Gathering” is Aaron Ramsey’s long awaited solo album. Aaron is a national touring-recording artist from Morganton, North Carolina. He is the über-talented multi-instrumentalist, one of the lead and backup vocalists, of nationally renown acoustic roots music powerhouse Mountain Heart.
”Incomparable harmony, soaring, sultry vocals, prolific lyrics and a unique fusion of Americana, bluegrass, R&B, and roots music makeup the “heartfelt country soul” for which Asheville’s Underhill Rose has become known”
The original Isis Theatre of Asheville was built in 1937 and screened its last film in 1957. We as a family have restored Isis and made this historic theatre into what is now Isis Restaurant and Music Hall. We hope to bring back what Isis was originally, a place that brought people together and entertained the community.
The Mast Farm Inn is pleased to invite you to a special concert & premiere of the song ”Valle Crucis” by Tillers Folly at Saint John the Baptist Episcopal Church on Sunday, October 28th, 2012, from 3:00pm to 5:30pm
Among numerous distinctions and awards, Andrew Rigney received 2nd place at The Merlefest Doc Watson Guitar Championship in 2011, and Grant Rigney 1st Place in the Masters Division at The Alabama State Fiddle Championship in 2012.
The mission of Mountain Home Music of the Western North Carolina High Country is to preserve and honor the music of the Appalachian region. Mountain Home Music has produced over 200 concerts since it began in 1994.
The Red White & Bluegrass Jam • The Best Ole-Time, Bluegrass, Folk & Gospel. Come to listen or bring your instrument and join right in. Admission is FREE, but a donation of $4.00 per person is greatly appreciated. See you there!
An excellent Documentary produced in 1976 by folk researcher A.L. Lloyd. “3 days with Doc Watson” was originally shown on the BBC “Omnibus” series.