Song of the Mountains Festival-Smyth County Celebration Gear Up for June Event

A world-class line-up of bluegrass and Americana bands and musicians are scheduled to appear on stage at the Third Annual Song of the Mountains Festival-Smyth County Celebration at the beautiful Davis Valley Winery’s amphitheatre in Groseclose, Virginia June 25th through 27th. The Davis Valley Winery is just off exit 54 of Interstate 81 near Marion, Virginia.

“It is hard to say who is “headlining” the event,” states Tim White the executive coordinator of Song of the Mountains, “Practically every band we have booked are headliners!”

The Dan Tyminski Band will appear on Thursday the opening day of the festival. Dan is the voice of George Clooney in the movie “Oh Bother, Where art Thou?” when Clooney sings the song “Man of Constant Sorrow”. Also appearing on Thursday will be local legend Wayne Henderson, the Farewell Drifters and the Carolina Travelers.

Goose Creek Symphony along with the John Cowan Band and Lou Reid and Carolina will be headlining on Friday, June 26th. All of these bands are high-energy bands who have many faithful followers. Also on Friday the festival will include Michael Reno Harrell with his distinct style of singing and songwriting, and the unique old time and bluegrass music of West Virginia’s Hillbilly Gypsies.

For more information call 276-783-6093 or 276-686-8855. For all details visit www.SongOfTheMountains.org. “Song of the Mountains/The Lincoln Theatre and Smyth County Celebration are non-profit organizations.”

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