Audie is one of the festival favorites and has returned year after year! Audie Blaylock’s mellow, wailing tenor and lightning-fast guitar picking have made him one of the names to watch in the world of traditional bluegrass.”–ALL MUSIC GUIDE
Your host band, playing THURSDAY, FRIDAY, SATURDAY, the Atkinsons have a unique refreshing sound with tight family harmonies. They will be your hosts for the weekend, playing music and entertaining the festival goers. Be sure to stop and say hello!
World Class Musicians, and an award winning voice seamlessly set the stage for a breath-taking, one-of-a-kind, must-see performance that reaches beyond the boundaries of bluegrass music!!!
NICK PICCININNI got his start performing bluegrass music on the five-string banjo, playing with multiple bands in New York State. Through the years he has made his mark as a highly proficient multi-instrumentalist, songwriter and entertainer. His debut album “The Door’s Open” is a perfect demonstration of Nick’s talent not only as an instrumentalist (featured on acoustic and electric guitar, fiddle, banjo, mandolin, dobro, bass, and mandola), but as a lead vocalist as well.
Weekend pass includes rough camping BEFORE JUNE 1, 2020 - $TBA
(after June 1st - $TBA)
Thursday only - $TBA Friday only - $TBA Saturday only - $TBA
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The Punches are musical family group who make their home in Fredericktown Missouri, nestled in the heart of the Ozark Mountains. Mom and dad, as well as their twin girls (Brooke and Emily), all play instruments and sing. They have been performing nationwide at churches, festivals, fairs and special events since 2009. Additionally, they’ve been featured weekly on Great American Gospel TV and Great American Bluegrass TV on over 200 stations across America.
Gary Dalrymple, former member of the Spinney Brothers, along with Roxeen Roberts will bring bluegrass, gospel and classic country! Nova Scotia Award winners you won't want to miss!
Back for the fourth year at Tug Hill.... A mix of traditional, contemporary and bluegrass gospel, this young band will knock your socks off!
Your host band, playing THURSDAY, FRIDAY and SATURDAY, fronted by John Burton, with his syncopated banjo playing, with different configurations of members, the band has always played a great blend of traditional and modern bluegrass.
JUNE 18, 19, 20, 2020
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