This band from Alabama, fronted by veteran Glenn Harrell has been getting lots of air-play and recognition recently. Several members of this band will be familiar to bluegrass fans who will remember having seen them playing with bands like David Davis & the Warrior River Boys, Randy Kohrs, Larry Stephenson, and others. This band should prove interesting to watch and hear as they develop during the next few years. They've already released several well-received recordings.
The Moron Brothers are known for their topical and satirical country humor. Always good for a laugh, this duo, which comes from Kentucky, can be counted on for their humor and good clean fun.
Ernie Evans is a well-recognized fixture in the Florida bluegrass scene as a performer, promoter, and radio personality on local FM radio in the Jacksonville area as well as nationally and internationally on World Wide Bluegrass. His latest band features traditional bluegrass as well as grassed versions of more contemporary material.
Dailey & Vincent
Friday - February 17
Danny Paisley & Southern Grass
Bobby Osborne & Rocky Top Express
Placing seats has always been something of a hassle at Rodeheaver. The crush on Wednesday morning has, it is hoped, been alleviated by the addition of four sections of reserved seating having been set aside at premium prices. I assume that when owners' seats are vacant, they are fair game for anyone with a general admission ticket until the owner returns. Further information about festival details can be found here. Information about other Adams and Anderson festivals is here.