On Sunday, Dec. 8, Years of Farming Bluegrass Show will present a double feature show with The McLain Family Band and Merle Monroe at 2 p.m. at Double S Entertainment, 150 Foster Street, Flemingsburg.
Tickets are $15 available in advance or at the door. Children 12 and under accompanied by an adult are admitted free.
Attendees will have the chance to win door prizes provided by sponsors including two tickets to the Jan. 5 show featuring Ralph Stanley II and The Clinch Mountain Boys. The Darren Wasson will be the opening band.
Direct from the hills of Kentucky, The McLain Family Band has become internationally known as one of the most spontaneous, creative and spirited groups performing contemporary Appalachian Bluegrass music. Since 1968, they have performed in all 50 states and 64 countries during 15 international concert tours, some as musical ambassadors of the U.S. Department of State. The current touring band includes Raymond McLain, Ruth McLain, Alice and Al White and Daxson Lewis, with occasional guest appearances from Nancy Ann Wartman and Michael & Jennifer McLain.
Supported by career experiences that range from TV and festival appearances to studio recordings to the stage of the Opry, Daniel Grindstaff and Tim Raybon have teamed up to create the band Merle Monroe. Supported by the talents of Derek Deakins, Josh Doss and Eli Johnston, their debut album is “Back to the Country” on Pinecastle Records.
Check www.yearsoffarming.com for updates in the show schedule.
For information, tickets or to tag seats, contact Paula Hinton at (606) 748-0798 or email@example.com.