Presenting: Town Branch Bluegrass and Ken Childress & Jim Mullins
The Ralph Stanley Museum & Traditional Mountain Music Center and the Jettie Baker Center will present Town Branch Bluegrass and Ken Childress & Jim Mullins on Saturday, August 4th at 7:00 p.m. at the Jettie Baker Center in Clintwood. This event is the latest addition to the Music Along the Crooked Road concert series, which brings together the best in regional old-time, bluegrass, and gospel music to create wonderful evenings of culture and entertainment.
Town Branch Bluegrass is an eight-member band from southwestern Virginia that continues to perform the traditional songs of yesterday along with the driving sound of a modern style. In less than three years, these individuals have grown from back porch picking to performing for local events. With a new CD entitled "Branching Out" on the way, don't miss this group's debut in the Music Along the Crooked Road concert series! Joining them will be regional favorites Ken Childress & Jim Mullins, veterans of the Jettie Baker Center stage and the Music Along the Crooked Road concert series. Join Ken & Jim during the first half of the evening for their signature blend of great singing, picking, and stories.
Admission to this event will be $5.00 per person, and one child (ages 12 and under) per paying adult will be admitted free, so bring the whole family for a wonderful evening of regional music!
The "Music Along the Crooked Road" series of concerts will be held on the first Saturday evening of every month at the Jettie Baker Center with a scheduled performance time of 7 p.m. Tickets may be purchased in advance at the Museum & Center and the Jettie Baker Center during the work week leading up to each performance.