The Sons of the American Legion and Jay Armsworthy prepare for the final American Legion Bluegrass concert of the winter season with Joe Mullins & the Radio Ramblers. The show takes place on Sunday April 13, 2014 at the American Legion Post 238 in Hughesville, MD with Charlie Thompson & Bottom County Bluegrass opening the show.
Opening the show at 2:00 pm will be Charlie Thompson & Bottom County Bluegrass. Southern Maryland favorites from Hollywood, MD They always put on a great traditional Bluegrass show and as always, Troy Jones will be doing the sound.
The show will be held at the American Legion Post 238 in Hughesville, Maryland on the corner of RT 381 & RT 231 and will begin at 2:00 pm with the doors opening at Noon. Tickets for the show are $15.00 per person. A fried Chicken dinner will be available for sale before the show.
For more information, tickets, and directions, go to www.americanlegionbluegrass.com or call 301-737-3004. All paid tickets will be held at the door for pick up on the day of the show. Also non-perishable food donations will be accepted for the Helping Hands Food Bank in Southern Maryland.
For more information on Joe Mullins & The Radio Ramblers including a complete tour schedule, please visit www.radioramblers.com. For more information on the Grand Ole Opry including how to purchase tickets for the band's July 27th performance, visit www.opry.com.
Voted the International Bluegrass Music Association's Emerging Artist of the Year in 2012, Joe Mullins & The Radio Ramblers offer quality bluegrass and gospel music, a professional presentation, inventive instrumental work, a good variety of vocal arrangements including a capella quartets, and tasteful, down-home humor.
Their professionalism and successful, heavily played recordings have kept them in demand with national audiences resulting in a heavy touring schedule that includes perfomances at such national events as the Gettysburg Bluegrass Festival, Bean Blossom, Red White & Bluegrass, Silver Dollar City’s Bluegrass & BBQ, Musicians Against Childhood Cancer, Bluegrass Nights At The Ryman, and the IBMA’s Fan Fest.
A contributing factor to the band's success is their active marketing capabilities, due to Mullins’ network of radio stations in the Midwest, including a 24/7 webcast available at www.myclassiccountry.com and the new “Classic Country Radio” app for Android and iPhone.