Justamere Bluegrass Band returning to Opry


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Courtesy photo Justamere Bluegrass Band, from left: Craig Kincer, Jeff Lancaster, Peggy Orange, Chase Collins, and Steve Crider.


The Justamere Bluegrass Band is returning to the stage of the Grayson County Bluegrass Opry on Saturday, April 15th, at 6:00 p.m. at the Old Judicial Building (third floor) at 125 East White Oak St. in Leitchfield.

Admission is free. Guests are reminded to use the rear entrance of the building and access the elevator.

The Justamere Bluegrass Band is an experienced five-member bluegrass band that performs traditional bluegrass and gospel music. Three of the band members are Kentuckians, including Craig Kincer, of Grayson County, while the remaining two members are from Tennessee. The band consists of Kincer (guitar and vocals), Jeff Lancaster (mandolin and vocals), Steve Crider (guitar and vocals), Chase Collins (banjo), and Peggy Orange (bass). In addition, the band will feature special guest fiddler David Mansfield for this show appearance.

Also performing at the Bluegrass Opry show will be a couple of crowd favorites, including the Higher Ground band, of Bowling Green, and the Sassybrown band, of Evansville.

Make plans now to attend and support this unique Grayson County arts and entertainment event.

Courtesy photo Justamere Bluegrass Band, from left: Craig Kincer, Jeff Lancaster, Peggy Orange, Chase Collins, and Steve Crider.
http://gcnewsgazette.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/03/web1_Justamere-band.jpgCourtesy photo Justamere Bluegrass Band, from left: Craig Kincer, Jeff Lancaster, Peggy Orange, Chase Collins, and Steve Crider.

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