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Farm & Fun Time with Danny Paisley and Missy Raines

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Farm & Fun TimeBristol, VA/TN -- Radio Bristol Presents: Farm & Fun Time, a live radio show at the Birthplace of Country Music Museum, on Thursday, July 14, at 7:00 p.m. Hosted by Radio Bristol’s Kris Truelsen, the show will feature performances by Missy Raines & The New Hip and Danny Paisley & The Southern Grass. Hosted by Kris Truelsen and featuring musical breaks by Bill and the Belles, the program also features the Appalachian Sustainable Development Farm Report with Corbin Hayslett, a recipe segment, and much more!

Tickets to be part of the studio audience are $20 with open seating; doors open at 6:30 p.m. Farm & Fun Time is made possible by support from Eastman Credit Union. Purchase tickets online by clicking here.

About Missy Raines & The New Hip
With a smokey and seductive alton, seven-time IBMA Bass Player of the Year, Missy Raines, heads up this quartet featuring mandolin, guitars, bass, and drums. The territory The New Hip covers is broad and the compass is set by Raines, planted right in the center of the stage directing her bass every bit as much as she’s playing it. ICON Magazine said Raines is “a seductive amalgam of folk, country, bluegrass, and rock, recalling the earliest platters by Lucinda Williams and Roseanne Cash.”

About Danny Paisley & The Southern Grass
Deeply rooted in tradition, Danny Paisley & The Southern Grass’ new album, The Room Over Mine, earned accolades and significant chart action. The song, “Don’t Throw Mama’s Flowers Away” won the 2009 IBMA Award for Song of the Year and the group has garnered several IBMA nominations for Emerging Artist of The Year, Male Vocalist of the Year, Album of the Year. Touring nationally and internationally, the band’s list of notable festivals and events include Rocky Grass, Grey Fox, Grass Valley, Del Fest, Wind Gap, Delaware Valley Bluegrass Festival and more.

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