Bluegrass icons & rising starts featured on WoodSongs this Monday!

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This Monday's WoodSongs Old-Time Radio Hour will feature bluegrass legends Doyle Lawson & Quicksilver and rising bluegrass stars Daniel Patrick & Family. You can watch live online on Monday night, June 27 at 7 p.m. EDT, or if you happen to be in Lexington, Kentucky on Monday, call 859-252-8888 for reservations to see the show in the Kentucky Theater!

Doyle Lawson & Quicksilver are one of Bluegrass' most honored and revered masters. Lawson got his start in bluegrass music in 1963 when he played banjo for Jimmy Martin. In 1966, he started working with JD Crowe in Lexington, KY where he played guitar and later switched to mandolin. In 1971, Doyle formed his own band, Quicksilver. This award winning ensemble has picked up the IBMA Award for best vocal group an unprecedented seven years in a row. Lawson is also the recipient of the National Endowment for the Arts' National Heritage Fellowship, the Endowment's highest honor granted to traditional and folk artists for career accomplishments. He and his band are back to introduce songs from their new album called Drive Time on Crossroads Music. Learn more about Doyle Lawson

Monday night's program will also feature some young rising bluegrass stars! Daniel Patrick is a 16-year-old banjo player who plays in his family band with his 13-year-old sister, Samantha, who plays mandolin. Both started playing music at a very early age, and their group has performed at many bluegrass festivals, churches, and community events. Kyle Ramey is 9 and is a hot shot mandolin player. He has already shared the stage with bluegrass legends like Daily & Vincent, The Grascals and JD Crowe.
Daniel, Samantha and Kyle will be performing together to show the incredible talent of the next generation of bluegrass of musicians. Learn more about Daniel Patrick & Family

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