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Truegrass Band Sat 9/14 8pm $12/$15

$12 advance
$15 door


Founded in 1994, 5-Member Group Has Opened for
Bill Monroe, Ralph Stanley & Others Over the Years

 True Grass Band, a seasoned bluegrass and gospel group from Burnsville, N.C. which has been the opening act for such legends as Bill Monroe and Ralph Stanley, returns to White Horse Black Mountain for a special 8 p.m. show on Saturday night, Sept. 14.

Tickets are priced at $12 in advance and $15 the day of the event . Doors open at 7:30 p.m.

Established in 1994, True Grass Band celebrates its 25th year in the music business in 2019.  The group, which has played festivals and opened shows for the likes of Monroe, Stanley, III Tyme Out, Seldom Scene, Ronda Vincent, Larry Sparks, Dailey & Vincent and many more, is comprised of Jeff Allen on guitar, Anthony Allen on bass, Daniel Cook on guitar, Adam Miller on mandolin and Jacob Carroll on banjo.

The band, which records on Poor Mountain Records, is also cast members of The Great American Bluegrass Show and The Great American Gospel Show, which airs nationally on Heartland TV and other syndicated networks.

 While still somewhat unknown outside of the Blue Ridge Mountains area, True Grass Band has developed a loyal following in western North Carolina and east Tennessee.

 “We all love and were raised on bluegrass and Gospel music,” says band member Anthony Allen.  “Our goal is to have our own sound from our traditional roots. We are looking forward to what the future holds.”