An Evening with Whiskey Bent Valley
Thursday, November 14, 2013 from 7:00 PM to 9:00 PM (EST)
Hailing from the back woods of PeWee Valley, Kentucky, Whiskey Bent Valley pays homage to their southern musical roots. The Whiskey Bent Valley Boys are JR on the barnyard fiddle; Mason Dixon on the clawhammer, banjo, mandolin, and guitar; Leroy Joneson the bass; and Chance Wagner on the banjo.
Incorporating time honored treasures from such icons as Roscoe Holcomb, The Stanley Brothers, and Tommy Jarrell, the band’s original compositions include ballads, breakdowns, sea shanties, and swamp stomps.
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IUPUI Arts & Humanities Institute
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