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Fourth Annual Bluegrass on the Rim Returns to Canyon Center

06/05/2017


JSU’s Little River Canyon Center is pleased to announce its fourth annual "Bluegrass on the Rim” music festival on Saturday, June 10, 5-10 p.m., at the Canyon Center in Fort Payne.

Festival attendees will enjoy top bluegrass performers as they play authentic mountain music guaranteed to resonate with die-hard bluegrass fans as well as followers of folk, country, rhythm and blues, and rock and roll.

“The talent line-up this year is phenomenal,” said Pete Conroy, director of the Little River Canyon Center. “We are featuring nationally known bluegrass talent, including Kelli Johnson and 4 in the Fire, Solid Blue and Foggy Hollow Review. We also give a warm welcome back to our host Glen Williams.”

Featured acts will include:

Kelli Johnson and 4 in the Fire: No stranger to the music industry or Bluegrass on the Rim, Kelli Johnson has partnered with Americana band 4 in the Fire to create Christian music that defies labels and blends genres.

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Solid Blue: This Huntsville based act provides driving traditional bluegrass music mixed with unique arrangements of contemporary songs that highlight the tight harmony vocals and instrumental talent of its members.

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The Foggy Hollow Review: This unique blend of musicians from several genres, all hailing from the Appalachians, present traditional tunes featuring the members’ vast musical backgrounds.

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In addition to enjoying great performances, guests will be treated to the beauty of Little River Canyon.

“Our giant outdoor concert stage is designed for big shows, complete with multi-color LED stage lighting,” said Conroy. “It’s pretty special, but nothing compares to the natural backdrop of Little River Canyon National Preserve.”

Gates will open at 5 p.m. Guests should arrive early to claim a place for their lawn chairs or blankets. Barbecue will be available for purchase.

Advanced tickets are $12 per person and $20 the day of the show. JSU student tickets are $5 in advance with a valid student I.D. Children ages 12 and younger, accompanied by an adult, will be admitted for free. Purchase tickets online or on-site the day of the show. Proceeds help fund environmental education programs at Little River Canyon Center.

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