Southern Branch Bluegrass & Gospel Music Radio
Highlights & Guest Artists This Week
Tribute With Host Danny Hensley - Lindley Creek - Whisper In the Wind
Picky Fingers Banjo Podcast - A Classic presentation featuring Billy Failing & Andy Lytle
Song Of the Mountains With Tim White - SOTM 808 - Roni Stoneman & The Cockman Family
Bluegrass Today Top Twenty Count Down - Host Mike Kear
Sutton Old Time Music Hour - featuring Tim Graves & the Farm Hands
Woodsongs With Michael Johnathon - 1021Jimmie Vaughan
Red Barn Radio - Special Guest - Corduroy Brown
Ozark Highlands Radio - OHR182: OHR Presents: Cow Pokes!
Celebrating Appalachia With Tipper Pressley - https://watermelonhillbook.com/ Watermelon Hill - Chapter Eight
Bluegrass Unlimited - 137: Bluegrass Unlimited with Cathy Fink and Marcy Marxer
The Gospel Porch - EP 41 Allen Bibey & Grasstowne
The Stowtown Records Artist Showcase - Special Guests - The Morgans and Carter & Olivia White
The Gospel Gold Radio Hour With Danny Hensley - New music from The Shirah Brothers & Sweetwater Revival
Bluegrass Borderline With Michelle Lee - features Billy Swinson - Stories Behind the Song
Steve Martin's Unreal Bluegrass - Featuring an Interview with Mary Doub
Mountain Christian Church - Fight For Your Life | Part 1 | How To Stop Living A Lie
DelFest is held at the beautiful Allegany County Fairgrounds in Cumberland, MD (2.5 hrs from Baltimore and DC). The festival originated from the desire to create a family-friendly music festival celebrating the rich legacy of McCoury Music while creating a forum for world-class musical collaborations and to showcase fresh new talent with a down-home feeling. Produced in association with High Sierra Music, the 11th Annual DelFest will again offer a quality festival experience stamped with the unique McCoury touch. Personally chosen by Del, the Allegany County Fairgrounds in Cumberland, MD served as the perfect location for DelFest–nestled along the Potomac River in the scenic Appalachian Mountains, the Fairgrounds are convenient to four major airports and easily reached by rail or road. The city of Cumberland is also a great host offering multiple hotel options, a charming downtown and great amenities including biking, a steam train engine and museum, and some top notch dining.
In addition to traditional stage sets by these world-class artists, attendees can again expect to see one-of-a-kind collaborations, special guest sit-ins, various tributes to Del McCoury and his musical legacy, intimate appearances, both at unique “playshops”—informal workshops where the emphasis will be on performance rather than instruction—and in late night indoor performances and picking sessions. Delfest will be immediately preceded by a 3-day Music Academy hosted by The Travelin’ McCourys and other all star players.