Sounds Like: Bill Monroe, Lester Flatt and Earl Scruggs, Jimmy Martin, Larry Sparks, Charlie Waller
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Manager: June Willoughby
Bio: Driving Rain is a traditional bluegrass band from the Georgetown/Lexington, KY area. Formed in early 2002, its current lineup produces a hard-driving sound based on the rich traditions of Bill Monroe, Reno & Smiley, Flatt and Scruggs, Larry Sparks, Ralph Stanley and Charlie Waller. The band also ... See Full BioMore Info
Join Custom Made Bluegrass and Driving Rain at Willie's Locally Known. Two great bands for the price of One. This is Driving Rain's final show performance. Going to be a great show this Saturday from 6:00-10:00 pm
Come join Driving Rain at 6:00 pm as we celebrate Wilmore's Old Fashioned Christmas with The Great Wall. We are so glad to return and play for the great folks of Wilmore and surrounding counties during this special time of year. Join us when the other music has completed as we will be playing until 9:30 pm for your enjoyment. Looking forward to seeing YOU again this Holiday Season! ALSO, you will want to come by earlier for dinner and visit with Mae and/or drop in for some goodies and traditional bluegrass music throughout the evening! It's not Christmas without The Great Wall.
The Kentucky Bluegrass Homecoming A 2Hr Family Entertainment Event bringing you the best in Bluegrass and Bluegrass Gospel
Driving Rain will be one of several bands OPENING the Music Hall this evening at Meadowgreen. The first band will begin at 5:30 PM. There will be several door prizes, cake walks, food from the kitchen, and much more as we lend our support to the Club raising monies for future shows during the 2014 Season. We look forward to seeing all our friends! COME ON DOWN. . . . .
Come out for Brunch and support Driving Rain and 5 String Theory as we entertain you with Bluegrass while you chat and eat. You'll find the Food is delicious, Friends are Great (or you could bring a few with you just in case), and you may just hear something you haven't heard in a while. Remember, the bands do appreciate donations in the jar so they can make it to their next performance. We'll see you there.