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Song of the Mountains Festival May 1-3

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Song Of The Mountains FestivalTim White writes, "I'm excited to be part of the first Song of the Mountains Bluegrass Festival as Master of Ceremonies," said Tim White. "It will bring together some old friends and fan favorites from the show and is sure to be a good time! Please visit for more details on how to be part of this wonderful, musical fundraiser." This will be a good show as Song of the Mountains always combines an entertaining mix of talent for broadcast programs.

The outstanding lineup for this festival includes some of the hottest names in bluegrass. Join the Lonesome River Band, The Grascals, The Roys, Audie Blaylock & Redline, Lou Reid & Carolina, Danny Paisley & Southern Grass, Michael Cleveland and Flamekeeper, Lorraine Jordan & Carolina Road, Dale Ann Bradley & Steve Gulley, Chris Jones & the Night Drivers, Bass Mountain Boys, Wildfire, The Crowe Brothers, Gentlemen of Bluegrass and many more for three days of outstanding bluegrass entertainment.

This festival and fundraiser for Song of the Mountains which needs your help with funding 24 episodes for their next season. Many national bands have stepped up and discounted their fee to bring their show to Louisburg, NC in May. If you are a True-Blue-Grass-Fan, dedicated to helping us preserve and support our efforts, we invite you to please purchase a ticket and or make a donation today!

Song of the Mountains shown on PBS currently airs over 180 public television outlets across the USA showcasing the best talents in bluegrass and old-time music from the heart of the region where it all began! This wonderful series is dedicated to preserving our musical mountain heritage to facilitating a public platform for the talented bluegrass artists and loyal fans who support it. Funding for this amazing series comes only from generous donations and sponsors.

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