The Morehead State University Kentucky Center for Traditional Music Faculty at the Homer Ledford Concert Series on Sept 5, 2014.
Stephanie Jeter, Nathan Kiser, Raymond McLain, Ruth McLain Smith, Jesse Wells, and Sarah Wood
The MSU Kentucky Center for Traditional Music is located in the heart of the Bluegrass State of Kentucky, where so much bluegrass, old time and country music history has occurred, The Kentucky Center for Traditional Music at Morehead State University preserves, teaches, helps develop and celebrates our rich mountain heritage.
The Homer Ledford Concert Series is happening Friday nights in September and October at 7 pm
The Leeds Center For The Arts in the Historic Leeds Theater in Winchester, Kentucky
The series of concerts celebrates the life and legacy of a Central Kentucky icon through performances by 10 bluegrass, folk and traditional music acts.
Admission only $10
The 2014 Fall Schedule:
- Sep 05 MSU Kentucky Center for Traditional Music Faculty
- Sep 12 5 String Theory
- Sep 19 The Kentucky Mountain Trio
- Sep 26 Stone Cold Grass
- Oct 03 Blind Ricky
- Oct 10 American Drive with Custom Made Bluegrass
- Oct 17 New Coon Creek Girls
- Oct 24 Larry Sparks and The Lonesome Ramblers with Southland Drive
Master of Ceremonies – Charlie Hall
Sound & Lighting Terry Estes & Nathan Smith
Special Thanks Goes to Van Ramey & Zac Combs
An I Dig Bluegrass Video by David Slone