“The bluegrass genre is rich in Americana living so the contributions made by this talented group represented here know the delicious and down-home goodness.
“We decided to take some kids from the Tipitina Foundation in New Orleans to the mountains of western North Carolina for a musical mash-up.
The Burnett sisters are tasting success and owe Tomorrow’s Bluegrass Stars for much of the exposure that got them to the table.
“Connections begin to develop when you're able to travel into the natural world and draw inspiration from it.
“It’s hard to believe we’ve been doing this so long,” he says. “We’ve had some incredible opportunities over the years and the end is not in sight.”
This year, the self-made host is celebrating the 5th Anniversary of The Evan Dickerson Bluegrass Talk Show.
One of the ways that Evans Media Source keeps things current is through innovative new techniques and high-quality acts.
“We are all just so, so excited about it,” Horton said. “It was just phenomenal, and we’re all still floating.
“Our festival is so down-to-earth and so high-energy,” Long promised.
“In addition to the obvious greatness in singing, she writes in a fearless way and brings a specific un-self-conscious mid-western-ness that offsets my own inescapable Texas-ness,” McKay said.

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