Music hits the farm at Appalachian Uprising
SCOTTOWN, Ohio — The 2014 Appalachian Uprising is bringing music to Eden Valley Farms this weekend in Scottown, Ohio, located just north of Proctorville.
Hosted at Steve and Gina Cielec’s farm, the family-friendly fest got started on Thursday. It is emceed by bluegrass legend and IBMA Hall of Famer, Melvin Goins, who was recently inducted into the West Virginia Music Hall of Fame.
Encompassing a wide range of Americana and acoustic music the fest this year has featured such headliners as The Travelin’ McCourys, The Gibson Brothers, Larry Keel and Natural Bridge, Junior Sisk, Town Mountain. Also on the bill were several local acts such as Tyler Childers, Hillbilly Carnival and Moonshine Crossing.
The music continues Saturday with performances from Chad Stanley at 1 p.m., Hickory Robot at 2:15 p.m., Blue Moon Soup at 3:30 p.m., Jim Lauderdale at 5 p.m., Ramblin’ Rooks at 6:45 p.m., and the Marshall Tucker Band at 8:30 p.m.
Single-day tickets are $45 for Saturday. Children younger than 12 are admitted free with paid adult.
Go online at www.appalachianuprising.net for more information.
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