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Russ and Sharron Evans are back to play at the wonderfully restored Fountain Green Theater on Main Street. Come out and enjoy a great night of bluegrass music with Blue Mountain Mule as they swing through Utah on a 4 day tour. Promising to play Old Devere, Dixie's Chicks and Jericho which were written for the community and in tribute to all the families in the Sheep industry in Sanpete County. One show only. Only 132 seats available so get your tickets soon. Tickets available at Becks Automotive, during business hours. there will be two sets with a short intermission for deserts served in the Social Hall right next door. All ages welcome. We are looking forward to seeing our old friends again and celebrating hand made music in the old theater. Echo dog featuring Dan Jackson and Lorraine Evans Jackson will do a couple acoustic tunes to start the night off. Going to be mighty fine.
Tickets available July 1st 2013 at Becks Gas Station across from the Fountain Green Theater on Main Street in Fountain Green. After a few years of layoff on the Birch Creek Music Festival, we have decided to bring it back. This first year it will be held in the Fountain Green Theater setting the stage for a kick off to bring back Utah's premiere bluegrass and acoustic music festival. As usual we will be bringing in National, regional and local bands to perform on the High Desert Stage with the magnificent back drop of the Sanpitch Mountains and surrounding farm fields of Fountain Green. Stay tuned for upcoming events that will be held year round to promote the event as well as a listing of great bands that will perform in 2014.
Southern California's premiere original art and music festival. Blues, Rock, Celtic, Jazz, Bluegrass and Folk. Three stages with music all day long. Blue Mountain Mule plays at 12:00 on the main deck. In addition to great music and some of the finest bands in the State, Artists-ens from around the state bring their one of a kind creations. Nothing imported here. Great food, music, beverages and music.
Sounds Like: Infamous Stringdusters, Rose's Pawn Shop, Mountain Heart, Punch Brothers, Peter Rowan & Tony Rice
Blue Mountain Mule
Blue Mountain Mule is a high energy, get out of the way, stand up and dance acoustic group that is made up of guitar, upright bass, banjo and mandolin. They run the gamut in their playing style and interests which include everything fro...See Full Bio
“The impressive vocal stylings on display at Summergrass continued with a Sunday afternoon performance by Blue Mountain Mule. The emotive vocal phrasings of Sharron Evans totally redefined “I’m So Lonesome I Could Cry”. Her voice soared above the melody, setting its own lilting pace across the tempo. Unfurling plaintive blue notes galore, Evans took this country classic we’ve all heard a million times and made it her own.”