The 4th of July is a busy time of year in Gettysburg. We’re gearing up for the August festival while the crowds in Gettysburg are swarming the battlefields for the annual reenactments. Bluegrass is one of the only truly American … Continue reading
Dailey & Vincent’s sound check and 2nd set kick off on Day 3 of the Gettysburg Bluegrass Festival.
Performances by Pete Wernick’s Jam Camp, Nothin’ Fancy, Russell Moore & IIIrd Tyme Out, Larry Stephenson Band, Darin & Brooke Aldridge & Mountain Heart. A look back stage and more in this day 1 wrap up of the 2011 Gettysburg … Continue reading
Mountain Heart warms up with a micro-jam back stage before their 10:15 set at the May 2011 Gettysburg Bluegrass Festival!
Can’t join us? Follow the Festival LIVE from home via Twitter: www.twitter.com/gburgbluegrass. Even if you’ve never used Twitter before, you can follow our tweets as they update live. Bookmark us. You can also stay on top of the festival through … Continue reading
Nothin’ Fancy kicked off the May 2011 Gettysburg Bluegrass Festival with style just before 2pm EST. Their 45 minute set included a cover of CCR’s “Lookin’ Out My Back Door” featuring their bluegrass tambourine. Nothin’ Fancy will take the Gettysburg … Continue reading
The 2011 May Gettysburg Bluegrass Festival kicked off in style under sunny skies with Nothin’ Fancy!
Have you always wanted to learn how to pick Bluegrass music? We have your chance! Pete Wernick (Dr. Banjo) is holding a number of jam camp sessions to help amateurs get in the bluegrass groove. Bring your banjo, bass or … Continue reading
Pete Wernick stars in episode 4 of Gettysburg Bluegrass TV. Pete talks to Rich about his Bluegrass Jam camps and learning to play even if you’ve never played before. Pete and the gang play two Bluegrass songs to get us … Continue reading
The anticipated Workshop and Jam Camp schedule for the 2011 May Gettysburg Bluegrass Festival was just announced. You can download a copy of the schedule in .pdf format or visit the May Festival page at www.gettysburgbluegrass.com for the up-to-the-minute line … Continue reading