- 12:00 to 2:00 – Whiskey Bent Valley Boys
- 2:00 to 5:00 – Uncle Louie
- 12:00 to 2:00 – Barefoot Soul
- 3:00 to 5:00 – MVP
*lineup subject to change
The Whiskey Bent Valley Boys
Hailing from the back woods of Pewee Valley, Kentucky. Whiskey Bent Valley pays homage to their southern kin. Songs from the tobacco fields to the rivers, iron skillets to moonshine stills, upbeat and professional, this band possesses the skill to honor history and preserve the instruments, their style and every authentic nuance of the day. With their sense of fashion, from overalls to string ties, straw hats to silk vests, along with a turbo charged performance, their approach breathes fire into this vintage music.
Uncle Louie is a popular Louisville quartet whose musical tastes lean toward acoustic rock and folk rock classics and well-crafted original songs written by Pat Younger. The group features Pat Younger, Phil Ragland, Eddie Hysinger, and Mike Williams blending harmonies, harmonica, acoustic guitars and bass for a fun mix of likable tunes and favorites.
Simple elegance. In trying to extract the essence of Barefoot Soul I keep coming back to this phrase. It is what draws most people I have talked with to the music of Sarah Breit and Joe Easley, collectively known as Barefoot Soul.
MVP are Marty Miller, Vicki Miller, and Phil Ragland, who have recently come together as a trio after many years of enjoying each other as friends, as well as musicians and vocalists. Following many impromptu jam sessions, backyard parties, front porch pick-a-thons, and numerous opportunities to join each other on stage in a variety of musical configurations, Marty, Vicki and Phil decided it was time to try a more formal approach to making music together and so was born MVP. From their varied backgrounds they each bring uniqueness to the table, along with a common love for beautiful songs, beautiful harmonies, and the joy of making music together.
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