Events for June 14 - May 18

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Bluegrass Review on WSQL

WSQL Radio 102.1FM & 1240AM 62 West Main Street, Brevard, NC, United States

DJ Frank Pearsall first heard bluegrass music in 1960 and he’s been listening to and collecting it since then. Every Sunday from 3:00 pm - 5:00 pm Frank plays traditional bluegrass from the 1940's through the 1970's on “Bluegrass Review”.  Follow the website link to WSQL 102.1FM & 1240AM to listen live.

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Sacred Harp Singing

Warren Wilson College 701 Warren Wilson Road, Swannanoa, NC, United States

The Sacred Harp Singing takes place monthly at the Steve Williams (formerly Kittredge) Recital Hall on the campus of Warren Wilson College. All are welcome to join on the 3rd Sunday of the month from September - May (April singing on the 4th Sunday due to easter) for a singing from 3:00 pm - 5:00 […]

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This Old Porch™

WNCW - Listener Powered Radio 286 I C C Loop Road, Spindale, NC, United States

This Old Porch is a show of traditional and regional mountain music, songs and ballads, contemporary old time, dance tunes and more. Folklorist John Fowler and award winning musician Carol Rifkin host this show that keeps the music of the mountains alive.

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Junior Appalachian Musicians (Music Classes)

JAM is an after-school program for children in grades 4 – 8 and beyond that introduces music through small group instruction on instruments common to the Appalachian region, such as fiddle, banjo and guitar. Each JAM program is individually operated and funded. In JAM, instrument instruction is often augmented by dance and vocal instruction as […]

Visit website for details and scholarship.
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Southern Appalachian Archives

Ramsey Center for Appalachian Studies at Mars Hill University 147 Bailey Street, Mars Hill, NC, United States

The Southern Appalachian Archives are a rich storehouse of manuscripts and collections, which document regional and local history. Notable among the treasures held in the Southern Appalachian Archives are: The Bascom Lamar Lunsford Collection, which includes an oversized scrapbook, photographs, sound recordings, transcribed ballads, and other memorabilia (Lunsford Collection Brochure); The James G. K. McClure Collection, which includes […]

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Junior Appalachian Musicians (Music Classes)

JAM is an after-school program for children in grades 4 – 8 and beyond that introduces music through small group instruction on instruments common to the Appalachian region, such as fiddle, banjo and guitar. Each JAM program is individually operated and funded. In JAM, instrument instruction is often augmented by dance and vocal instruction as […]

Visit website for details and scholarship.
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Tuesday Bluegrass

Highland Brewing Company 12 Old Charlotte Highway, Suite H, Asheville, NC, United States

Tuesday night Bluegrass on the Tap Room Stage at Highland Brewing! Each Tuesday listen to bluegrass by The JackTown Rambles or Jackson Grimm as they bring their own flavor of Bluegrass to the stage.

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Tuesday Casual Collaborations

185 King Street 185 King Street, Brevard, NC, United States

Tuesday casual collaborations at 185 King Street are the result of what has now been over a two year-long series that Travis Book started to fulfill a need for live music during the pandemic period. When music venues around the country were closed we pivoted to find a way to provide live music to our […]

$10 – $20.00
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Junior Appalachian Musicians (Music Classes)

JAM is an after-school program for children in grades 4 – 8 and beyond that introduces music through small group instruction on instruments common to the Appalachian region, such as fiddle, banjo and guitar. Each JAM program is individually operated and funded. In JAM, instrument instruction is often augmented by dance and vocal instruction as […]

Visit website for details and scholarship.
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Southern Appalachian Archives

Ramsey Center for Appalachian Studies at Mars Hill University 147 Bailey Street, Mars Hill, NC, United States

The Southern Appalachian Archives are a rich storehouse of manuscripts and collections, which document regional and local history. Notable among the treasures held in the Southern Appalachian Archives are: The Bascom Lamar Lunsford Collection, which includes an oversized scrapbook, photographs, sound recordings, transcribed ballads, and other memorabilia (Lunsford Collection Brochure); The James G. K. McClure Collection, which includes […]

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Junior Appalachian Musicians (Music Classes)

JAM is an after-school program for children in grades 4 – 8 and beyond that introduces music through small group instruction on instruments common to the Appalachian region, such as fiddle, banjo and guitar. Each JAM program is individually operated and funded. In JAM, instrument instruction is often augmented by dance and vocal instruction as […]

Visit website for details and scholarship.
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Fiddle and Guitar Classes at the Historic Earl Theatre

The Earle Theatre 142 North Main Street, Mount Airy, NC, United States

Weekly on Thursday's lessons are offerd at 5:30 pm for Fiddle and 6:15 pm Guitar at the Historic Earle Theatre. No reservations necessary - instruments available. Classes are followed by a family friendly jam session at 7:00 p.m. These lessons are funded in part by a grant from the Folklife divisions of the North Carolina Arts Councils. The instructor is Mount […]