Not much text today, just a lot of pictures. The weather improved hugely, as it became quite warm during the day, and even after the sun went down, it never became really chilly. The day featured a variety of highly entertaining bands with some very good music, too. The turnout appears to me to be good.
This group is noted for its high energy commitment to raw, in-your-face, traditional bluegrass. They are not instrumentally nor vocally refined, but rely on their intensity and energy to sell their act. It works really well for their many fans. Their version of "Grandfather's Clock" with three different players on bass is lots of fun.
This group, hailing from Branson, MO, brings bluegrass music leavened with, perhaps, too much showmanship. When they stick to music and low key double entendre, they can be pretty amusing, but they still seem to feel a need to go over the top. Nevertheless, they have a strong and loyal audience who follow them intently, and a lot of that audience winters in Florida.