1:00 – 1:25     Mike Mitchell

Singer, songwriter, fiddler, guitarist Mike Mitchell was raised in southern Ontario, but now hails from Floyd, VA, where he founded and runs the Floyd Music School.  His latest CD “Small Town” debuted at #2 on the Billboard Bluegrass chart.  mikemitchellmusic.com

1:30 – 1:55     David Davis & the Warrior River Boys

A true musical descendant of Bill Monroe, David Davis has fronted the bluegrass group David Davis and the Warrior River Boys since 1984. The band’s 2018 release “Didn’t He Ramble” gives a fresh and contemporary interpretation to the music of Charlie Poole.  daviddavisandwrb.com

2:00 – 2:25     Williamson Branch

Williamson Branch is a genuine family band – Kevin and Debbie Williamson and their three talented daughters Melody, Kadence and Caroline, known for their strong vocals and energetic stage show.    Their new CD “Classy. Sassy. Bluegrassy” drops in October.   williamsonbranch.com

2:30 – 2:55     Kevin Prater Band

From the mountains of Eastern Kentucky, the Kevin Prater Band delivers their unique “coal fired, pure Kentucky bluegrass music” throughout the USA and Canada.  Their latest release “All I Ever Wanted” is on Patuxent Records.  thekevinpraterband.com

3:00 – 3:25     Colebrook Road

Colebrook Road from Harrisburg, PA has been called “an exuberantly creative band,” playing and singing contemporary bluegrass that shows a firm grounding in tradition.  Their latest CD “On Time” shows they’re still going strong after 10 years.  colebrookroad.com

3:30 – 3:55     Scott Slay & the Rail

Scott Slay and the Rail is an Americana, folk and bluegrass band based in Denver.  The band came together to present songs written by Scott and his friends centered on both real and make-believe life experiences.  Subject matters are tragic, joyful and inexhaustible.  denverbluegrass.com

4:00 – 4:25     ClayBank

With roots in the Blue Ridge Mountains of North Carolina, ClayBank acknowledges the traditional, hard-driving bluegrass and gospel music that has influenced them so greatly, and adds their own dynamic energy and original material.  claybankbluegrass.com

4:30 – 4:55     Garrett Newton Band

The title of the first Garrett Newton Band CD says it all: “Young Heart, Old Soul.”  Garrett Newton was 17 when the album appeared, but he’s been playing banjo most of his life.  The band’s latest CD,  “Bluegrass Barn,” is set for release in September.   garrettnewtonband.com

5:00 – 5:25    The Wooks

The Wooks “comfortably straddle the borderline between traditional bluegrass and newgrass.”  This Kentucky quartet translates the sights and sounds of the people, hills, bars, roads, and creeks around them into songs and shows that captivate. wookoutamerica.com