Saturday, May 28, 2022
Music and Sharing on the radio show NineVoltHeart
Join us for a few tunes and a chat about Talking Across the Lines—our music and the importance of oral history, with Ed Malachowski, host of NineVolt Heart and the Town Crier, WXOJ, Northampton. Listen in Western Mass on 103.3FM or online at https://valleyfreeradio.org.
Sunday, July 03, 2022
Three Shows at the 60th Anniversary of the Mountain State Art & Craft Fair
We’ll perform three different sets of music spread throughout the day on Sunday July 3 at the 60th Anniversary of the Mountain State Art & Craft Festival at Cedar Lakes near Ripley, WV. While you’re there, visit the When Miner’s March Traveling Museum and prepare to be spellbound as Wess Harris reveals the unknown stories of West Virginia labor history. There’ll be agricultural exhibits and art of many kinds, along with a chance to enjoy a day out of doors with others in West Virginia’s Ohio Valley.
Saturday, September 03, 2022
Performing at the Jackson’s Mill Jubilee Sat. Sept. 3 near Weston, WV
Join us for heart warming old time and hot bluegrass music, community, arts, rides, living history and local fare at the Jackson’s Mill Jubilee at 160 WVU Jackson Mill, Weston, WV. We play in the barn Saturday Sept. 3 as part of a full day and evening of some of West Virginia’s most authentic and gifted music makers. We’ve only got these times we’re living in and these events are precious, so don’t miss out!
Thursday, September 15, 2022 - Sunday, September 18, 2022
Frostburg State University Appalachian Festival
Join us for a full weekend of music, film, lively discussion and exhibits around town and on the Quad at Frostburg State University in western Maryland.
Saturday, May 13, 2023
Double Header Concert—A Shared Evening with Sam Gleaves at the Peoples’ Voice Cafe
We’ll return to the Peoples’ Voice Cafe NEXT spring on May 13, 2023 for an 8:00 p.m. concert. We’ll share the evening with Fabulachian Singer, Songwriter, Traditional Singer and Musician Extraordinaire in the Country Queen Genre Sam Gleaves of Berea, Kentucky.