The Lonesome River Band, seen at the 2015 International Bluegrass Music Association Awards, will play at 12:45 and 6:15 p.m. Friday during the 46th annual S.C. State Bluegrass Festival, Nov. 26-28, at the Myrtle Beach Convention Center. From left: Sammy Shelor on banjo and vocals, Brandon Rickman on guitar and lead and harmony vocals, Barry Reed on bass and harmony vocals, Jesse Smathers on mandolin and lead and harmony vocals, and Mike Hartgrove on fiddle.
The Lonesome River Band, seen at the 2015 International Bluegrass Music Association Awards, will play at 12:45 and 6:15 p.m. Friday during the 46th annual S.C. State Bluegrass Festival, Nov. 26-28, at the Myrtle Beach Convention Center. From left: Sammy Shelor on banjo and vocals, Brandon Rickman on guitar and lead and harmony vocals, Barry Reed on bass and harmony vocals, Jesse Smathers on mandolin and lead and harmony vocals, and Mike Hartgrove on fiddle. Courtesy photo
The Lonesome River Band, seen at the 2015 International Bluegrass Music Association Awards, will play at 12:45 and 6:15 p.m. Friday during the 46th annual S.C. State Bluegrass Festival, Nov. 26-28, at the Myrtle Beach Convention Center. From left: Sammy Shelor on banjo and vocals, Brandon Rickman on guitar and lead and harmony vocals, Barry Reed on bass and harmony vocals, Jesse Smathers on mandolin and lead and harmony vocals, and Mike Hartgrove on fiddle. Courtesy photo

Lonesome River among bands for feast of a fest

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