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Date: November 19, 2020
Time: 7:00 p.m.
Location: Facebook Live
*Please note this show has been rescheduled from November 12, 2020.
Farm and Fun Time hearkens back to the days of classic live radio and features today’s top traditional country, bluegrass and old-time artists. We’re proud to bring back this historic program to a new generation of listeners.
Hosted by Kris Truelsen and featuring host band Bill and the Belles, Farm and Fun Time is a celebration of Appalachian music and culture with various segments jingles and featured artists.
About Merle Monroe
Pinecastle recording artists Merle Monroe is a band created by musicians Tim Raybon and Daniel Grindstaff. Using their collective experiences as professionals in the music business – Merle Monroe’s sound is vocally driven and has a mix of hard-driving Bill Monroe – style Bluegrass proficiency all the way to a tear at your heartstrings Merle Haggard style ballad. Merle Monroe believes Bluegrass, Gospel and Traditional Country music is America’s music – the stories of the common man and the sounds of the mountains. To learn more about Merle Monroe visit the website.
About The Wildmans
The Wildmans have been wrangling tunes and dialing in their sound at countless fiddler’s conventions and jams for nearly a decade, but some still don’t know their talent. Now the wait is over, it’s time we fill our cups and let them overflow with this self-titled debut of fiddle tunes and sing songs that burn brighter than any accolades, this album draws on the quartet’s deep groove, vocal blend, and instrumental virtuosity, all of which combine to create one of the freshest sounds in American roots music today. The WIldmans are a true family band – that is bound more by spirit than blood – sitting squarely at the crossroads of past and future, and poised for greatness. All you have to do is sit back, press play, and enjoy… that is, if you are ready.” – Nicholas Falk
To learn more about The Wildmans visit the website.