Michael Cleveland & Flamekeeper presented on The Doc Watson Stage for Americana Music, at the Appalachian Theatre.
The world tends to look for accomplishments to measure one’s success no matter what field they are in. 2020 GRAMMY Award winner Michael Cleveland is only in his mid-30s but has plenty to his credit, including these prestigious International Bluegrass Music Association Awards: 12-Time Fiddle Player of the Year, 6-Time Instrumental Recorded Performance of the Year, 6-Time Instrumental Group of the Year.
Michael picked up the fiddle at age 4, and by age 9, he was invited to sit in with legendary Bill Monroe at the Bean Blossom Bluegrass Festival.
He’s performed on the stage at the Grand Ole Opry as a guest of Alison Kraus and is a sought-after musician leading to sessions with Vince Gill, Marty Stuart, Andy Statman, and the Kruger Brothers.
In 2006, he formed his own band, Michael Cleveland & Flamekeeper, which helps him find new ways to push himself and his music forward.
Get your tickets now to catch Michael Cleveland & Flamekeeper at the Appalachian Theatre. It’s the perfect place to experience his virtuosity up close and personal at an event that celebrates Doc Watson, who was known world-wide for his flat-picking guitar style and won seven GRAMMY Awards along with the GRAMMY Lifetime Achievement Award.