Bands

Firebox Bluegrass Band

Founded in 2008, Firebox specializes in the traditional bluegrass sound, styled after the bands of the late 1940’s, 1950’s and 1960’s. Based out of Central Illinois, Firebox is currently performing in the local and regional area to introduce bluegrass to a new generation and preserve this sound that is slowly being lost to more modern genres.

The band prides themselves in the professional attitude they take towards the music and their performance, wearing suits and ties just as they would have done in Bill Monroe’s Bluegrass Boys. Each show has a variety of songs to showcase each member’s talents. Exciting solos, 3 and 4-part harmonies, and a little bit of bluegrass history make for an entertaining and enjoyable performance.

Musical influences include greats such as Jimmy Martin, The Stanley Brothers, Bill Monroe, Reno & Smiley, J.D. Crowe, Jim & Jesse, Flatt and Scruggs, and many more.

The Price Sisters

In a relatively short amount of time, THE PRICE SISTERS from Sardis, Ohio, Lauren (mandolin, harmony/lead vocals) and Leanna (fiddle, lead/harmony vocals) have generated an exciting buzz within the traditional music community for presenting their own unique interpretation of the ancient tones set forth by Bill Monroe and his Blue Grass Boys.

As Rebel Records’ newest recording artists, The Price Sisters announce the debut of their self-titled recording, and with their lovely harmonies add their own touch to each of the numbers  https://thepricesisters.files.wordpress.com/2015/06/price7.jpg

The Kody Norris Show

Always maintaining a sharp professional appearance, complete with colorful rhinestone suits and cowboy hats, The Kody Norris Show gives a bluegrass fan one of the most solid, entertaining and animated performances they will ever experience. The performances of The Kody Norris Show are reminiscent of traditional bluegrass artists, yet Kody brings his own special, distinct flair to the music. The band works regularly on the Cumberland Highlanders Show, a weekly Bluegrass Program on the nationally acclaimed RFD-TV network. From the first note, The Kody Norris Show will fully captivate your attention and make you laugh, cry, and stomp your feet all in one performance.

Kings Highway

When you see that retro blue 1946 tour bus, you know you’re in for some old-fashioned, foot-tapping, Bluegrass music. The bus is a rolling museum, filled with pictures, memorabilia, and autographs from other Bluegrass bands. The name “King’s Highway” alludes to following their influences; the kings of Bluegrass, like Bill Monroe and Flatt & Scruggs. Although King’s Highway is not technically “from” Owensboro, all the members live fairly close (Evansville, Henderson, Rosine, Bowling Green) and the band was actually formed here eight years ago at a jam session during ROMP when it was still back at English Park. Since then, they’ve taken their traditional style of Bluegrass on the road, averaging 60-70 shows a year, mostly at festivals within a 200-300 mile radius.

Becky and The Butler County Boys

Becky and The Butler County Boys started their journey about 6 years ago. We are a family band, and enjoy spending time playing music, writing songs, and having fun.

We primarily play our music in Butler, Ohio, Grayson counties in Kentucky. We have also played in Indiana, Florida, North Carolina. Our 1st CD, “A Style That Never Dies” came out in January 2017.

Phillip Steinmetz & His Sunny Tennesseans

Founded in 2008, Firebox specializes in the traditional bluegrass sound, styled after the bands of the late 1940’s, 1950’s and 1960’s. Based out of Central Illinois, Firebox is currently performing in the local and regional area to introduce bluegrass to a new generation and preserve this sound that is slowly being lost to more modern genres. The band prides themselves in the professional attitude they take towards the music and their performance, wearing suits and ties just as they would have done in Bill Monroe’s Bluegrass Boys. Each show has a variety of songs to showcase each member’s talents. Exciting solos, 3 and 4-part harmonies, and a little bit of bluegrass history make for an entertaining and enjoyable performance. Musical influences include greats such as Jimmy Martin, The Stanley Brothers, Bill Monroe, Reno & Smiley, J.D. Crowe, Jim & Jesse, Flatt and Scruggs, and many more.

Michael Feagan & The Fiddlegrass Band

Michael Feagan is a Great Bluegrass fiddler who has toured with Bill Monroe, He Joined Larry Sparks in 2007.  A true gentleman, Michael proudly represents bluegrass music at its’ finest.

Keith Vincent 

Keith Vincent has been an active performing musician for over thirty years. He has at one time or another performed as a frontman for various rock and country …bands, a solo guitarist, studio musician, vocalist, and at present is performing as a solo acoustic act. His shows include a variety of music from acoustic favorites of the 60’s 70’s and 80’s as well as country classics and modern country, a variety of instrumental styles, to his own original material. Keith’s musical influences include Jimmy Buffett, James Taylor, John Prine, and many others. Keith is prepared to play for almost any musical venue.

Shade Tree Players

We are a group of talented musicians who enjoy the preservation and playing of mountain, gospel, and folk music. The instruments played include the washtub base, dulcimer, washboard, ukelele, jaw harp, mandolin, guitar, and many more