The Bluegrass Music Hall of Fame and Museum are offering two opportunities to the community in the next two months.
Great musicians will always find a way to make good music, but for great musicians to make great music, they must form a bond. For The Grascals, that bond has been forged at the intersection of personal friendships and shared professional talents.
A three-time Grammy®-nominated band, The Grascals offer up a fresh brew of pure and powerful bluegrass perfection with their latest release, Before Breakfast. Bound to become as essential as a morning “cup of joe” to discerning listeners, the new disc showcases the group’s unerring knack for cutting impressive songs by top-tier writers, their stellar musicianship, and outstanding signature vocals.
The Grascals take the stage in Woodward Theatre on Jan. 19. Doors open at 6 p.m. and the show begins at 8 p.m. Ticket buyers have the option of purchasing discounted admission to the museum to view exhibits pre-show.
The Bluegrass Music Hall of Fame and Museum is offering Saturday Lessons. Classes begin Feb. 9 for banjo, fiddle, guitar and mandolin for ages 6 and up. All skill levels are welcome, and an instrument on loan is included. Classes are $90 for the entire session and $50 for each additional family member. Students who complete the semester are invited to play the main stage of ROMP on June 29.