Keller Williams reunited with musical companions Larry and Jenny Keel last night for a psych-grass fueled installment of Williams’ ongoing ‘Live From Keller’s Cellar’ streaming series.
Tucked away in the cool mountains of North Plains, Oregon, Horning’s Hideout provided the perfect scenic escape for a weekend of bluegrass euphoria at the 15th annual Northwest String Summit, hosted by Nederland, Colorado’s Yonder Mountain String Band.
Virginia IS for lovers — music lovers that is. With Memorial Day weekend serving up some of the year’s most delectable music festivals, fans throughout the country flocked to Rooster Walk 8 in Martinsville for top cut musical acts spanning all genres, including Lettuce, Cabinet, The Revivalists, Town Mountain, The Motet, Sam Bush, and a handful of others.
For Larry Keel, music isn’t just a passion, it’s a way of life, and Keel’s life has been filled with enough of it to fill an ocean. Keel recently released his 15th studio album, titled ‘Experienced’, under the catalogue of the Larry Keel Experience, which features seasoned singer-songwriter Will Lee on banjo and Keel’s wife Jenny on upright bass.
For the second time in three years Cincinnati’s pride and joy, Rumpke Mountain Boys, will return to the Spirit of the Suwannee Music Park in Live Oak, Florida for the 20th annual Suwannee Springfest to cut a ribbon on festival season.
The Infamous Stringdusters joined forces with the Larry Keel Experience and Rumpke Mountain Boys for a star-studded show in Columbus.