The Brewery continues to attract top notch entertainment, this Friday, Nov. 3rd with the well-known bluegrass band Joe Mullins and the Radio Ramblers.
By Paul Kavanaugh
These guys have an energetic mix of quality Bluegrass and Gospel music, a professional presentation, inventive instrumental work, a wide 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 a national audience. JMRR have been seen by thousands of fans across the country at nearly every national bluegrass event.
A contributing factor to JMRR’s success is their active marketing capabilities, due to Mullins’ network of radio stations in the Midwest, including a 24/7 webcast available at myclassiccountry.com or the new “Classic Country Radio” app for Android and iPhone.
But don’t take my word for it. Pete Fisher, General Manager of the Grand Ole Opry, simply says “They are awesome!” And Jon Weisberger of the Nashville Scene adds “A second-generation ’grasser, Mullins grew up around music at its very best, and the Radio Ramblers’ take on tradition is more informed — and therefore richer and more nuanced — than that of many who wave the banner.”
Sounds like an awesome night to visit the Brewery. And that’s not all. On Saturday Virginia Ground will take the main stage with their always popular music. Sharing the stage is Time Sawyer, another really good band with a great sound. Good music and great beer – what more could you possibly ask for?