The Music

Southwest Virginia is immersed in rich, musical talent. Experience the quiet, soulful strum of the autoharp, the ringing melody of the bluegrass banjo, and the high, lonesome vocals of a gospel tune. The endearing harmonies and haunting ballads of our mountain music are regarded as national treasures.

Friday Concert: October 17th, 6 p.m. in the Goodloe Center

Ed Snodderly

Ed Snodderly

Dale Jett

Dale Jett & Hello Stranger

Craver, Hicks

Craver, Hicks, Watson & Newberry Band

 


 

Saturday, October 18

LEGENDS STAGE LEGACY STAGE
10 AM Todd Meade, Debbie Adams, & Beth Bailey Wise Jams (Lays Hardware program)
10:30 Jack Wright Wise Jams (Southwest Virginia Museum program)
11:15 Patti and Glenn Roberts with Darrell Stapleton Mountain Music School String Band
11:45 Craver-Hicks-Watson-Newberry Band New Harvest Gospel
12:15 PM Bill McCall & Southern Country Railsplitters
12:45 Randy and Debra Jean Sheets Richard Phillips and Friends
1:30 Scott County Boys & Center Stage Cloggers Kelsey Copeland
2:15 Dale Jett & Hello Stranger Anndrena Belcher & the Wild Boys
3:00 Wolfe Brothers and Center Stage Cloggers Town Branch Bluegrass
3:45 Jimmy and Ada McCown Empty Bottle String
4:30 Blue Ridge Entertainers Mountain Grace
5:15 Crooked Road Ramblers & Center Stage Cloggers Sycamore Holler

Sunday, October 19

10:30 AM LEGENDS STAGERich Kirby and Tommy Bledsoe  LEGACY STAGE
11:00 Sunday Morning Sing Along Misery Creek
11:30 George Reynolds Poplar Hill Reunion
12 Noon Brandon Maggard Angelyn DeBord
12:45 PM Pam Randolph & Doug Dorschug Poor Valley Girls
1:30 Fred O’Quinn and the Bluegrass Travelers and Center Stage Cloggers George Gibson
2:15 Lee Smith Family Singers Corbin Hayslett
3:00 White Top Mountain Band and Center Stage Cloggers Buttermilk Girls
3:45 Papa Joe Smiddy/ Reedy Creek Lee Sexton
4:30 Big Daddie Banjer and The Hurdy Gurdy Girls (includes members of Roan Mountain Moonshiners) Charlie Engle and Son
5:15 Rich and the Po’ Folk