Bluegrass Festival musicians play on with heavy hearts following co-founder Brown's recent passing
“He would be excited — so very, very excited the trio was continuing,” Heather Brown said after stepping off the small musical stage on Friday night at the Days Inn at the 29th annual Winter Blues Bluegrass Festival.
Informal attitude pervades annual Bluegrass Festival
It’s only 6:30 p.m., the stage acts have just begun, and it’s already barely possible to find a parking spot at the Days Inn on Friday during the first night of the Winter Blues Bluegrass Festival. Walk inside, and a man at the door greets you wearing a T-shirt that says “We’ve found the doomsday weapons. They’re here!” This informal attitude pervades the entire festival.
This weekend's Bluegrass Festival dedicated to one of its late founders
Meadville Medical Center’s Hospice of Crawford County dedicates this weekend’s 29th annual Winter Blues Bluegrass Festival to John Brown, who passed away Jan. 6.
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