Mickey's Mountain Productions Presents: Bluegrass In The Hills 2018 features the best bluegrass musicians playing today. Read below to get to know the performers before their shows!
Larry "Mad Dog" Mader Bergholz, Ohio Mandolin - Fiddle
Jim Mader Annapolis, Ohio Bass
Jim Moore Weirton, West Virginia Guitar
Dustin Terpenning Wintersville, Ohio Banjo
“The Sinnin' Man (The Acoustic Sessions) arrived in my mailbox the other day. . . I wasn't able to select a stand out track because I truly enjoyed the entire album. Normally when I'm reviewing an album, I just let it play until I hear a track that stands out from the rest but that didn't happen this time. I actually found myself really listening to every song. I enjoyed the lyrics as much as the melody on every track. I had to play it through several times to try to pick one song that I enjoyed more than another but each song had something unique...after saying why concludes with] Dang, I think I just mentioned all ten songs. Well, like I said, I truly enjoyed the entire album.” – Cheryl Harvey Hill / Sr. Staff Journalist • NutsAboutCountry.com
Billy Droze is one of the most prolific artists in country music today...One of those artists, that only comes around once in a blue moon. . . who can get a melody and own every syllable.” – Shenandoah
Born in Lafayette, Louisiana, the 10th of 12 children, Billy Ryan Droze grew up in Alabama knowing that music was his life as far back as he can remember. “It's as if I was inserted with a computer chip that made my life revolve around music.” But the reason is just as likely the influence of his father, Bob “Red” Droze, a dedicated country, gospel, and bluegrass musician, who in 1962 released an album on Rural Rhythm Records making father and song label mates.
Billy was on stage with his dad by the time he was 4 years old, and spent his childhood singing with him everywhere from churches to bluegrass festivals to honky-tonks, developing a passion for traditional country, gospel, and roots music that has influenced him ever since.
He learned to play guitar when he was 12, and as a teenager would perform anywhere, anytime, for anyone who would listen, sometimes walking miles down country roads, carrying his guitar, just for the chance to play a few songs.
By the time he was 16, Billy's dad had moved on to Texas, so he followed him there and spent a year or so playing with his band. Then after rambling around Texas for a while, he decided it was time to move to Nashville, where he's lived ever since. Continuing to play anywhere he could, and constantly honing his skills as a song smith and musician, Billy's ever-growing fan base, dramatically increased after several tours, opening for and singing lead for the Grammy-winning group Shenandoah (under the aka. name of Billy Ryan).
At only 29, Billy Droze has acquired the title of “hit songwriter” over the years co-writing such songs as; I Know Better” (#1 on Bluegrass Today Weekly Chart) – The Grascals, “Her Memory Again” (#5 on Bluegrass Today Weekly Chart) – Flatt Lonesome,“Bottle Was a Bible” – Junior Sisk, ”Big Pain” – Marty Raybon, “Free Again” – Shenandoah, “Sunday Clothes” – Randy Kohrs, “That's Why I Run” – Billy Yates (#1 in Europe), “You Never Know” – Darryl Worley, “Like I Do” – Jamie O'Neil.
Billy Droze has been touring worldwide and making music non-stop for more than a decade. This truly unique artist and hit songwriter, has lyrics that dig deep into the heart of life, melodies and a guitar style that combine his traditional roots with a modern twist that's all his own, and a voice so soulful, earthy and sincere that every song seems to draws you in to believe and enjoy his brand of American Music.
Bluegrass 101 was formed in 1994 by Terry Waldridge and is a hard driving, traditional bluegrass band that enjoys performing for their audience. At the age of 35, Terry began playing bluegrass for the very first time but with his smooth vocals and hard driving guitar playing, you wouldn't be the wise. Bluegrass 101 will astonish you with their smooth vocal harmony and precise traditional music. “They present a professional image and leave a lasting impression on the audience”. With one foot planted firmly in the past and the other looking toward the future. Bluegrass 101 has shared the stage with some of the most known names in the Bluegrass world, such as, Ricky Skaggs, and Doyle Lawson.
Bluegrass 101 has 6 albums recorded to date and received several awards over the years. In 2003, Bluegrass 101 received 1st place at the “Bluegrass Battle of the Bands” competition at the International Bluegrass Music Museum in Owensboro, KY. Terry Waldridge plays rhythm guitar and sings lead, Michael Yount plays bass and sings baritone, Vernon Drury plays banjo, Jim Armstrong plays fiddle and sings tenor, and Mark Royal plays mandolin and sings bass. They entertain at private parties, weddings, bluegrass festivals, concerts, and commercial gatherings.
This is a band with a most promising future. In addition to having very pleasing vocals their inspired delivery provides an added ingredient that will win them legions of new fans”. -Wayne Bledsoe KMST Rolla, MO
“Wow! This really drives, and both instrumentals and vocals are fantastic”. Joe Steiner WLFC Findlay, OH
The Bluegrass Martins are a young, entertaining, talented and award winning ensemble of individuals who just happened to be a part of the same amazing family. But youth and bloodline notwithstanding, their peers and their many fans agree that quality musicianship, stellar vocals, and pure entertainment.
The Bluegrass Martins have roots that run deep. They've studied at the school of the masters and have graduated with flying colors. Their sincere respect for traditional music is evident in every aspect of their craft. Their music and the fans that support it. It's no surprise that this band is becoming one of the most celebrated and requested bands on the touring circuit today. For quality and professionalism personified, the name to know is the Bluegrass Martins.
Today as yesterday, bluegrass music remains as down-to-earth and as relevant as ever in the hands and hearts of those who have the desire to come of age immersed in its soul. Among today's musicians, there is but a remnant talented enough to call forth and build upon the music's heritage.
Bluegrass Martins are just such a band.
Affirming the musical legacy they carry forward, Bluegrass Martins have begun to receive modest recognition including Twelve times voted SPBGMA Instrumental Group of the Year by Midwest fans, winners of the SPBGMA International Bluegrass Band Championship in Nashville, TN in 2007
Born and raised where the prairie meets the Ozark hills in Morgan County, Missouri the band is now based in the ‘show me' state's capital Jefferson City. While becoming perennial favorites on the bluegrass circuit since 2001, they have entertained tens of thousands of guests at hundreds of events from California to the Carolinas, Minnesota to Texas, from Florida to Maine and many stops between, including some trips out to Canada as well, drawing an increasing number of fans to their fold.
They instill hope for the future of the music through their tradition honoring stage craft, but perhaps more importantly, a younger generation of fan through their dynamic concerts, they are dedicated to paying their dues. A witness not only to the bond they share among each other but the commitment to share their love of music with their fans young and old. Simply put - they embody the best of bluegrass music's heritage.
The Churchmen newest single dropped to radio prior to the CD release of our upcoming project entitled “God Holds Tomorrow”. We are excited about such a dynamic and powerful song to be our newest release. The song depicts 3 of Christ's most powerful, yet trying moments - alone on a hill. Please request the song from your favorite radio outlet or station.
The David Akins Band
The 2nd IBMA Awards Ballot has been released and we are honored to appear in these categories! ENTERTAINER OF THE YEAR - Dave Adkins VOCAL GROUP OF THE YEAR - Dave Adkins Band EMERGING ARTIST OF THE YEAR - DAVE ADKINS BAND GOSPEL RECORDED EVENT OF THE YEAR
New Single Release Jan 11, 2018 by Anthony Ladd | Jan 9, 2018 | News | 0 Comments "Blood Feud" is a new single releasing on Mountain Fever Records on Thursday, January 11, 2018. The song was written by two Kentucky singer-songwriters - Dave Adkins and 2018 Grammy nominee Larry Cordle.
David Davis and the Warrior River Band
Carrying an Alabama tradition and directly linked to the origins of Bluegrass Music, David Davis' love of traditional roots music grew organically. Back in the 1930's, his father and two uncles played and sung in the brother style traditions of early Country music. Uncle Cleo joined Bill Monroe as the very first Bluegrass Boy in 1938. David's father, Leddell, went off to WW11 and lost his right hand in a mortar accident. While his Dad's dream of making music may have been shattered, he never lost his love and devotion to the music. In fact, David carried his father's love innocently down the road, never suspecting the impact on his life.
David Davis and the Warrior River Boys offer audiences a rare glimpse at the role of frontman in American music. In Chicago Blues, it was Muddy Waters and the legendary Howlin' Wolf. In Bluegrass music, it was Bill Monroe. Rather than operating under trendy “hit” oriented marketing schemes, frontman/mandolinist David Davis simply nutures his roots with integrity, tonal depth and prose.
After a couple of Rounder label projects in the early 90's, they recorded heavily on Ray Davis' Wango label throughout the decade and into the early 2000's. These legendary “Basement Recordings” have garnered a cult following over the years, many sides resurfacing on the Time Life label. David and the band snapped rave reviews with their self-titled 2004 release on Rebel Records- “…. sure-fire picking and train whistle harmonies….” USA TODAY. The “White Album” was indeed a turning point for the band. In a SING OUT magazine review, ‘….An excellent instrumentalist in the Monroe style of mandolin, Davis is among the most emotive, capable and underappreciated singers in Bluegrass….” Their highly acclaimed Rebel release from 2006, “Troubled Times” and 2009's “Two Dimes And A Nickle” continued to take the listener deeper into WRB soul and offer testimony to the band's musical evolution. In a 2009 CD review, “…. A David Davis & the Warrior River Boys album sounds like no one else's. While certainly commercially palatable, Davis occupies a fine niche within the bluegrass market. He doesn't seem to have the populist appeal of a Skaggs, Cherryholmes, Lawson, or Vincent, but he possesses an artistic vision as defined and assured as any of those mentioned. David Davis albums have a bluesy, literary quality setting them apart from the annual releases of several more commercially successful artists. Witness his 2004 treatment of Bill Grant's “In The Shade of the Big Buffalo” or “Chancellorsville” and “The River Ran Black” from 2006's Troubled Times. To give them their proper due, Davis albums should come leather-bound as is afforded the finest classic writing….” “…. Like the best of Johnny Cash's recorded material, Davis's songs possess a cinematic scope…. “. “…. fresh, vibrant, and inventive, David and the Band have ideally captured their truly unique approach to bluegrass. A classic recording.”…..Donald Teplyske- THE LONESOME ROAD REVIEW.
After nearly thirty years of continual touring and recording, David and the Band have received many laurels, both individually and collectively.
A 2010 inductee to the Alabama Bluegrass Music Hall of Fame, David is widely recognized as one of the foremost practitioners of the Monroe mandolin technique. Collectively, David Davis and the Warrior River Boys continue to be at the forefront of defining Traditional music to today's audience.
Whether festivals, big city nightclubs, concert halls or local coffeehouses, “…. frontman David Davis & Warrior River Boys jam a big Bluegrass wallop into a concise package for today's audiences….”, “…. hard-charging energy that makes it stand out from the pack….” BLUEGRASS UNLIMITED.
David Parmley and the Cardinal Tradition
David Parmley began his musical career at age 15 and by the time he turned 17, he began his full time career as a member of The Bluegrass Cardinals. That band featured his father, Don Parmley, and three Los Angeles musicians. In 1975 they made their way to the Washington DC area and began performing several nights a week for several years. David's lead and baritone voice was the backbone to The Cardinal sound. Dozens of musicians have worked with David and Don over the years but "The Sound" remained constant.
The Bluegrass Cardinals recorded dozens of projects during their 25 year run. The material is considered the finest to come out of the 70's and 80's Bluegrass era. David left The Bluegrass Cardinals in the 90's to pursue a solo career featuring a more modern approach to Bluegrass Music. David Parmley and Continental Divide topped the Bluegrass Charts throughout the 90's. He took time off the road around 2008, but now in 2016, David is returning to Bluegrass Music with a new renewed spirit. Cardinal Tradition is an exciting new adventure and one that everyone has been waiting for.
Darrell Webb Band
After the successful release of "Bloodline"
followed by "Breaking Down the Barriers," Darrell Webb celebrated his
20th year in the music industry with the 2014 release of "Dream Big"
on Mountain Fever Records. "Flying South to Dixie" featuring members
of the Grasscals topped the charts at #1 on Bluegrass Today's weekly chart!
Darrell teamed up with his long-time friend, the Queen of Bluegrass, Rhonda
Vincent on "More Life."
The newest project, "Lover's Leap" features
three tunes penned by Darrell himself. It's a perfect blend of tradition and
innovation with stellar musicianship and Darrell's unmistakable vocals.
Deeper Shade of Blue
J.R. Davis and the Bridge
From The great State of Florida, a Bluegrass In The Hills favorite!
Junior Sisk and the ramblers Choice
-Lead single "What Goes Around," hit number one on the Bluegrass Today weekly and monthly charts
-Title track, "The Mountains Are Calling Me Home," number 2 on the Bluegrass Today weekly chart -Album debuted at number 12 on the Billboard Bluegrass chart
With The Mountains Are Calling Me Home, their seventh album overall and second for Mountain Fever Records, Junior Sisk & Ramblers Choice have delivered a textbook example of today's traditional bluegrass. From the biting humor and catchy melody of lead single "What Goes Around" to the hard-driving banjo and hard-edged vocals of "It's So Cold" and the title track, from the Stanley-influenced "Darling Do You Know Who Loved You" to the uplifting message of Gospel number "Dying to Live Again," the multi-award winning group never lets up. This is traditional bluegrass the way it should be played. Junior Sisk & Ramblers Choice is widely recognized as one of today's premier traditional bluegrass bands. Sisk's bluegrass pedigree runs deep - hailing from the Virginia Blue Ridge, he first made his mark as a songwriter in the early 1990s. Several years later, as a member of Wyatt Rice & Santa Cruz and Blueridge, he helped define the sound of driving, modern traditional bluegrass. Sisk founded Ramblers Choice in 1998, releasing Sounds of the Mountains on Rounder Records. After a brief hiatus, he reformed the group and began a successful career with Rebel Records. He now records for Mountain Fever Records. His 2011 album Heart of a Song helped bring the band into the spotlight and reminded bluegrass fans of the power of tradition. The album's single "A Far Cry from Lester and Earl" became a rallying cry for a resurgence of traditional sounds in bluegrass and received the 2012 Song of the Year award from the IBMA.
The band was further honored when Heart of a Song received IBMA Album of the Year. Sisk was honored with the 2013 Male Vocalist of the Year award from the IBMA, and the group was named 2014 SPBGMA Bluegrass Band of the Year. “Longneck Blues,” a collaboration with noted singer-songwriter Ronnie Bowman, was named 2016 Recorded Event of the Year by the IBMA. Sisk received the 2017 Male Vocalist of the Year award from SPBGMA.
Karl Shiflett and Big Country
Among the most beloved and respected entertainers in the music industry today, The Karl Shiflett & Big Country Show continues to keep the spirit of the past alive with their 'Old School' delivery of Vintage Bluegrass and Classic Country Music. "Real Country Music" as they like to put it. Harnessing the synergy and raw edginess of Classic Country Acts of the 1940's and 50's they bring the best of the past to the present with an energized fusion of bluegrass, western swing, honky tonk and classic country music. Delivered in a fast paced, high energy stage show around a vintage RCA ribbon microphone their name has become synonymous with quality family entertainment.
Their latest recording project 'Sho Nuff Country' on Patuxent Music Records was released on November 1st. 2016. Graciously embraced by Country/alternative radio it received widespread airplay ending the month of November in the #1 spot on Airplay Direct's Top 50 Country/Alt. Albums chart. It received stellar reviews from both Bluegrass Unlimited and Bluegrass Today. The single from the project 'My Bucket's Got a Hole in It' made it's debut in March 2017 at # 20 on the Bluegrass Today Top 20 single charts and remained in regular rotation on Sirius/xm radio throughout the year of 2017. The album peaked at # 7 on the Roots Music Report Americana Country chart and remained in the charts (in various positions) through most of the year as well. At the end of 2017 the album placed at #37 in the Top 200 Americana Country Album charts for the year. All in all one of the band's most successful recordings in many years.
As they enter their 25th year The Karl Shiflett & Big Country Show continues to make live appearances at select venues, concerts and festivals. They can be heard around the clock on Pandora (internet radio) and can be seen and heard on RFD-TV as occasional guest performers on the long running 'Cumberland Highlander's television program.
For a down home, audience pleasing, good natured, toe tapping good time this is one band you don't want to miss. Check em out!
Larry Gillis comes from a little town called Soperton, located in southeast Georgia. He was raised on backwoods music and was especially influenced by his father to play the five string banjo. He developed a style reminiscent of Don Reno and Ralph Stanley, although plainly it is Larry's own sound. One half of the legendary Gillis Brothers, Larry continues with his music career in bluegrass. A world renowned banjo picker, and one of the few who still plays the old claw hammer style. He definitely has a traditional style of his own. 2016 will mark thirty-six years in the business for Larry and truly justifies the title "Dr. Swampgrass Gillis".
This powerful ensemble of talented musicians can only be described as a hard-core, hard-driving, straight-up, traditional bluegrass band. With a sound that comes from the deep south, and the admiration of the legends of bluegrass music, their style is one of a kind.
A style of originality that can only be tagged as the “Gillis sound” just flows out and leaves the audience with a lasting impression few ever forget. Tom Henderson of Tampa, Florida and DJ of the syndicated radio show, “This Is Bluegrass” on WMNF, said a phrase went around a few years ago about rating other hard driving bands by “The Gillis Factor”. . . few others measure up!
Little Roy & Lizzy
Lizzy Long - Fiddle, Banjo, Guitar, resonator banjo,
vocals Having roots in
the heart of the south, Elizabeth Long, or Lizzy as her
friends and fans
know her was born on a farm in Lincolnton, Georgia. She
began her music
accomplishment at an early age. While starting out on the
piano, Lizzy soon
took up the fiddle, guitar, autoharp, bass, banjo, and
mandolin, and has
become an accomplished musician, alternating between
these instruments as
part of her entertainment repertoire. She has played with
great acts such as
Mac Wiseman, Jim and Jesse, The Lewis Family, and Earl
her quest for success, Lizzy has paired up with Little
Roy Lewis from the
legendary Lewis Family. Her extraordinary voice shimmers
with strains of
America's musical roots. Lizzy has won "Bluegrass
Song of the Year" for a
several songs called "Mountain Top", a duet
with Ty Herndon called "When We
Fly", and "He Washed My Soul". Most
recently at the 2015 GMA Dove awards she
was awarded Best Bluegrass Song of the Year for a Duet
with Rhonda Vincent
called "God is There". She is one of the
youngest fiddlers to be inducted
into "America's Old Time Fiddler's Country Hall of
Fame" in LeMars, IA. Her
latest solo Album "Blueberry Pie" has ranked as
high as #2 on Billboard's
Bluegrass Charts. Little Roy summed it up the best,
"pull a plank off the
wall and she'll play it!"
Little Roy - Banjo, Guitar, Crazy, etc...
Little Roy is awfully hard to overlook. He makes sure
that no one in the
audience gets bored at any time. Little Roy has won
awards as Entertainer as
well as for his banjo playing. Little Roy learned to play
banjo when he was
only six years old, and won a local talent contest for
his playing when he
was eight. Little Roy's favorite banjo players are Don
Reno and Earl
Scruggs. USA Today called Little Roy 'a banjo master,
truly a picker's
picker'. Little Roy can also be found playing the guitar
and autoharp. In
fact, the song 'Good Time Get-Together' was written to
instrumental skills. Little Roy is multi-talented - he
sings, plays many
instruments, tells stories, and acts. When you see this
Duo, you are sure to
notice Little Roy, and he'll make you smile. He has been
inducted into the
Georgia Music Hall of Fame, SPGBMA Hall of Greats, IBMA
Hall of Honor, and
the Southern Gospel Music Hall of Fame.
Matt and Deanna Efaw
This Pennsylvania regional band is a Bluegrass In The Hills favorite!
Nothin' Fancy formed as a bluegrass band in 1994 to
compete in a bluegrass competition. Since then, they have grown in popularity,
released 11 full length albums, and continue to perform at festivals across the
United States and in international engagements. Their audiences have gathered
at notable venues such as the Ryman Auditorium in Nashville, TN; the Lincoln
Center in New York City; and the Birchmere in Alexandria, VA. They have been
seen at Dollywood, and are a regular fixture at Silver Dollar City in Branson,
MO where promoter/coordinator D.A. Callaway described Nothin' Fancy as
"the act that America needs to see." They have successfully hosted
their own Nothin'
Fancy Bluegrass Festival every year since 2001 in Buena
Vista, VA on the fourth weekend of September. The festival has become a notable
event for the Shenandoah Valley bluegrass scene and attracts acclaimed
bluegrass bands and bluegrass music lovers from many corners of the U.S.,
Canada, and even overseas. The band is known for their smooth vocal blends, stirring
performances, irrepressible humor, and for traveling the highways in their
beloved bright yellow tour bus.
Their two-decade career has earned them a dedicated fan
base, six Society for the Preservation of Bluegrass Music in America (SPBGMA)
Entertainers of the Year awards, honorary Mountaineer status by order of former
WV Governor Joe Manchin III, and certificates of appreciation from several VA
towns, and even had the Buena Vista mayor declare it as "Nothin' Fancy
Day" at one of their festivals. On April 10, 2015, the all-male music
fraternity Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia inducted four members of Nothin' Fancy into honorary
brotherhood through the chapter at James Madison University (the fifth, Chris
Sexton, joined Phi Mu Alpha in 1995 at Shenandoah University's chapter). The
band was also inducted as the 2015 members of the Virginia Country Music Hall
of Fame, an honor given once a year to Virginia's most notable country and
bluegrass musicians on October 10 of that year.
4 SPBGMA Nominations for 2018 including Entertainers of the Year, Overall Bluegrass Band of the Year, Banjo Player of the Year, & Promoter of the Year!
3-Time Grammy Winner Including the 2018 Grammy for Best Bluegrass Album
the Grammy Award Winning Queen of Bluegrass-Rhonda Vincent 8-time IBMA Female Vocalist of the Year! Most Award Winning Group in Bluegrass Music History!
Famously crowned as "The New Queen of Bluegrass" by the Wall Street Journal, and the most decorated artist in that field. Vincent's music incorporates savvy contemporary touches while drawing deeply from the authentic traditions of classic bluegrass, with a flawless band that can execute break-neck instrumentals to heart wrenching ballads. Her latest project "Taken" features special guests ranging from Dolly Parton to Richard Marx. With over eighty awards to their name, Rhonda Vincent and the Rage are the most celebrated band in bluegrass.
The Dry Branch Fire Squad
For (almost 40) years Dry Branch Fire Squad has been one of bluegrass music's most popular bands, renowned for its spry mix of front-porch standards, modern ballads, and the old-time sounds from which bluegrass first sprang. The (quartet) is positively adored for its droll, scampy stage shows, fueled by Ron Thomason's cornpone-and-hard-cider wit. On their irresistible new Rounder concert CD, Live at the Newburyport Firehouse...his laconic monologues unfurl like long, laze serpents: When they strike, it's with such suddenness and accuracy that they almost leave you too breathless to laugh. Almost. Scott Alarik, Boston Globe
The Gary Waldrep Band
The Gary Waldrep Band comes from the small community of Kilpatrick, nestled in the Northeastern corner of Alabama. The band's genesis came in the spring of 1998 when Gary Waldrep, formerly of the Warrior River Boys and Sound Mountain Boys, decided he wanted to present his own brand of bluegrass, country, old-time, and gospel music with the influence of the Sand Mountain regional sound he was raised on. Following in the footsteps of other home-grown area greats like Rose Maddox & the Maddox Brothers, and The Louvin Brothers, the band started out on a musical journey across the country that has helped them become one of the best known bands on the bluegrass music scene.
Their live shows are high energy, entertaining, and feature a variety of singing, and instrumental styles that offer something for everyone to enjoy. Vocally, the male & female lead, duet, trio and quartet singing allows the band to cover a broad range of traditional and original material. All the band members are seasoned, skilled musicians who pull together to form a solid instrumental unit, and Gary's versatility on the banjo, playing both three finger and lightning fast clawhammer style, rounds out the sound that has become the hallmark of the band. They've been fortunate to play host to two of the largest festivals in the South, and have hosted their own annual festival back home since 1995, Gary Waldrep's Festival on the Farm with an attendance of 2,000 music fans.
The Kody Norris Show
The Kody Norris Show has been nominated for the following awards at the 2018 SPBGMA Convention. Bluegrass Band Overall: The Kody Norris Show Bluegrass Instrumental Group: The Kody Norris Show Male Vocalist of the Year: Kody Norris Guitar Performer of the Year: Kody Norris Fiddle Performer of the Year: Mary Rachel Nalley Banjo Performer of the Year: Josiah Tyree Bass Performer of the Year: Tyler Wiseman
Always maintaining a sharp professional appearance, complete with colorful rhinestone suits and cowboy hats, The Kody Norris Show gives a bluegrass fan one of the most solid, entertaining and animated performances they will ever experience. The performances of The Kody Norris Show are reminiscent of traditional bluegrass artists, yet Kody brings his own special, distinct flair to the music. The band works regularly on the Cumberland Highlanders Show, a weekly Bluegrass Program on the nationally acclaimed RFD-TV network. From the first note, The Kody Norris Show will fully captivate your attention and make you laugh, cry, and stomp your feet all in one perform
The Moron Brothers
For twenty years we've traveled the country sharing bluegrass, laughter and our Faith with wonderful people. Somebody once told us that we were getting big. We finally figured out it was our waist they were talking about.