Back in early December, we had the extreme pleasure of hosting Jill Hamlin from the Mountain Arts Center. She is also half of the Country Music duo known as "A Little Bit More." We were also thrilled to have Sarah Beth Terry, Estill County native and singer songwriter visit with us while in town promoting her new album, Estill County Rain.
Here are a couple of videos we grabbed during our time with these two great ladies. The full podcast is below.
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"Wild Bill" Gordon stopped in to share with Angela and the Bluegrass Breakout audience all about the upcoming Whippoorwill Festival. The 2018 Whippoorwill Festival – Skills for Earth Friendly Living is July 13th through 15th at Lago Linda Hideaway in Beattyville. The Whippoorwill Festival promotes sustainable living in Appalachia by sharing earth-friendly living skills in a joyful, healthy, family-friendly atmosphere. Be part of the informative workshops and fun activities, with live entertainment by Brett Ratliff, Senora May, Chelsea Nolan and Nicholas Penn featuring Seth Murphy.
For complete information and tickets visit whippoorwillfest.com
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