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Miners Creek will perform Sunday, March 23, from 1 to 4 p.m. as part of Camden-Rockport Historical Society's Maple Sugar Sunday celebration at the historic Conway House complex, Route 1 at the Camden-Rockport town line.
This Wednesday March 12th, at Music City Roots - Live from Loveless Cafe Barn, the featured artists will include Rhonda Vincent & The Rage, Wild Ponies, Cabinet, Don duprie and Teea Goans.
The band consists of Chris West on guitar, Brandon Bostic on reso-guitar, David Mowell on mandolin, Travis Anderson on bass, and Rusty Ferrell on banjo.
Players will enjoy exciting table game action, giveaways and cash-prize contests.
Frances Mooney and Fontanna Sunset kicked the day off, and were followed by the Amanda and Scott Anderson Band.
With daylight savings time happening this weekend, it's another sign that we're getting closer to the start of the music festival season.
Over this next few weeks, two benefit concerts will be held to raise funds for The Tony Rice Foundation , which is collecting donations to assist Tony while he seeks to recover from both his arm and voice problems.
"Brooklyn, Brooklyn, take me in. Are you aware the shape I'm in? My hands they shake, my head it spins.
Rounder Records, a division of leading independent music company Concord Music Group, today announced the completion of the company's relocation from its longtime base of Boston, Massachusetts to its new home in Nashville, Tennessee.
Melody Walker and Jacob Groopman return to the Arcata Playhouse on tonight in order to celebrate their new release, We Made It Home .
Western New York country music station WYRK presents a double-headline bill featuring Willie Nelson and Alison Krauss & Union Station Saturday, June 7, at Artpark in Lewiston .
There was plenty of jumping on the court of The Coliseum on the campus of West Virginia University last week, but not for a basketball game.
First generation bluegrass banjo picker Jim Smoak will be this weekend's guest on Best of Bluegrass with Bob Mitchell.
For fans of foot-stomping, bluegrass-inspired folk-revivalism, June can't come quick enough.