- from Dave Howard
Our August/September session of group classes is now open for enrollment! Check out our session on our website and sign up soon.
We have both in-person and online classes for this session, and a few classes that have both options. We are looking forward to welcoming our local supporters back into our classrooms and are happy to keep some options for the remote learners from more than 30 states and multiple countries that have joined us over the last several months.
Ensemble classes are one of the subjects we've missed most over the pandemic, and we are excited to have two ensembles this session: Jug Band Ensemble with Rick Quisol and Old-Time String Band Ensemble with new instructor Matt Brown. We also have a new group singing class with new instructor Grace Rogers - Appalachian songs of Resistance and Resilience.
Don't snooze, sign up now!
3900 Shelbyville Road in St Matthews
Bruce Hornsby & The Noisemakers, Robert Earl Keen, and Sam Bush are slated to headline ROMP Festival! Produced by the Bluegrass Music Hall of Fame & Museum, ROMP Festival takes place September 15-18, 2021 at Yellow Creek Park in Owensboro, Kentucky.
Additional artists on the lineup include The Infamous Stringdusters, Watchhouse (formerly Mandolin Orange), Dan Tyminski, and We Banjo 3. The four-day music festival features bluegrass and roots music with onsite camping, artist workshops, food trucks, arts and crafts, kids activities, and more.
Tickets are on sale now. Four-day tickets are $170. RV camping passes are $150 for all four days in addition to a festival ticket. Tent camping passes are $25 per person for the entire festival, and VIP tickets are $425.
The rest of the lineup includes Town Mountain, The Lil Smokies, Balsam Range, Blue Highway, The Price Sisters, Mama Said String Band, Full Cord Bluegrass, Wolfpen Branch, Hot Brown Smack Down, The Josephines, and Giri and Uma Peters. More artists will be added to the lineup and announced at a future date.
Tickets can be purchased online at rompfest.com. Tickets can also be purchased at the Bluegrass Music Hall of Fame & Museum or by calling 270-926-7891 during operating hours Wednesday through Saturday from 11 am to 5 pm.
Bluegrass Anonymous, Louisville’s Bluegrass Music Association, is dedicated to promoting and supporting bluegrass music, preserving its tradition, and nurturing its growth by providing inclusive opportunities for pickin’, singin’, and listenin’.
There's lots to see here. So, take your time, look around. We hope you'll enjoy our site, and take a moment to drop us a line. Looking for great local and regional festivals? Check our Festivals page for the latest Regional Bluegrass fun. Looking for a jam? Check our Events Calendar for a list for repeating area open jams! Want to book a band? Visit our Artists page, and lots more. We're glad you're here.
Bluegrass Anonymous is a Louisville, KY based music association dedicated to promoting and supporting bluegrass music, preserving it's tradition, and nurturing it's growth by providing opportunities for pickin', singin' and listenin'. Our organization received non-profit 501c3 status from the IRS in 2006.
A way to connect with the community and the music you love. New to town, or Bluegrass music? Want to know where the opens jams can be found? How about music festivals? Local and nationally known bands? We've got it here!
Use this site! Find what interests you. Then come out to one of the Bluegrass Anonymous events, Pig Roast, Band Scramble, Picnics. Meet us at one of the jams or concerts. We're friendly people, itchin' to pick, and looking forward to including you in the fun!
It's easy when you visit our membership/Contact page. Just click on Paypal for individual, family or Artist/Band membership, or drop us a line at the contact link at the bottom of the page.