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Mountain Music Museum to Reopen in Kingsport, TN, Jan 27

Rick Dollar at Mountain Music MuseumKingsport, TN -– Three months after closing in Bristol, Tennessee, the Mountain Music Museum is gearing up to reopen at its new home at 316 Broad Street in nearby Kingsport, with special guests and new exhibits, on Saturday, January 27, from 10:00 a.m. until 9:00 p.m.

Mountain Music Museum to Unveil Papa Joe Smiddy Exhibit

Pappa Joe SmiddyBristol, TN/VA -- The Appalachian Cultural Music Association’s Mountain Music Museum invites the public and the media to take part in the unveiling of the “Papa Joe Smiddy Exhibit” at the museum located at 626 State Street in Bristol, TN-VA. The unveiling will take place at 3:00 pm on Monday, March 17th and ninety-three year old Papa Joe Smiddy will be at the unveiling ceremony.

Larry Sparks on Appalachian Cultural Music Alliance Pickin’ Porch

Larry SparksThe legendary Larry Sparks and the Lonesome Ramblers will appear on the Appalachian Cultural Music Alliance’s Pickin’ Porch on Saturday, November 17th at 7:00 pm in Bristol, VA. Bluegrass music artist Larry Sparks is featured as the cover story this month in Bluegrass Unlimited Magazine with an article written by Bristol’s Tom Netherland. “The article boasts on Larry Sparks’ 50th anniversary coming up in 2013 and we are so proud to have this renowned bluegrass legend coming to appear on our Pickin’ Porch stage,” says ACMA president John Necessary.

Larry Sparks Exhibit and Concert this Saturday at ACMA Museum in Bristol

Larry SparksBristol, TN/VA -- Larry Sparks and the Lonesome Ramblers will be in Bristol, Virginia this Saturday, October 15th for Larry Sparks Day at the Appalachian Cultural Music Association (ACMA)'s Mountain Music Museum and Pickin Porch at the Bristol Mall. "We are very proud to be unveiling the Larry Sparks Exhibit at the Mountain Music Museum this Saturday" states John Necessary the Appalachian Cultural Music Association's president. "Larry is a legend in bluegrass music and is most deserving of this exhibit in our museum".

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