Country & bluegrass legends, Marty Stuart & His Fabulous Superlatives and Rhonda Vincent will be the evening headliners at the 2023 Annual Ozark Moonshine & Music Festival.
This year’s event will feature a NEW private music venue with exclusive all-day passes available for our world-class lineup of performers.
FRIDAY, Nov. 3:
“The Queen of Bluegrass”
Vocalist and gifted multi-instrumentalist, best known for her work on the mandolin, fiddle, guitar and banjo.
A fifth-generation musician who is a Grammy winner and member of the Grand Ole Opry, Vincent’s music honors the traditions of classic bluegrass while also finding room for the more contemporary melodic and lyrical outlook of country.
SATURDAY, Nov. 4:
Marty Stuart & His Fabulous Superlatives
Country Music Hall of Famer, five-time Grammy-winner, and AMA Lifetime Achievement honoree Marty Stuart began his career in the late 60s touring with Lester Flatt and Johnny Cash before beginning a solo career in the early 1980s.
This folk/bluegrass/country singer has enjoyed the traveling a music life has afforded her. She’s experienced personal highlights including singing for Merle Haggard, and an appearance on “Hee Haw.” She has performed with her family band for Arkansas Governor Bill Clinton, performed at a luncheon honoring Hilary Clinton and Tipper Gore and regularly appears at the Ozark Folk Center in her hometown of Mountain View.
Pam currently performs with several groups – The Pam Setser Band, Apple & Setser, Leatherwoods and Ozark Granny Chicks. She also performs as a solo artist.
- 2022 Nominee Americana Artist of the Year, Arkansas Country Music Awards
- 2022 Nominee Acoustic Act for Apple & Setser band, Arkansas Country Music Awards
Roving Gambler Band
Straight from the Arkansas Ozark hills, The Roving Gambler Band has been entertaining audiences for more than 30 years. The band’s goal is to help fans relax and get lost in the music.
Their mission for each performance? “If we can make one person forget their troubles for five minutes our show is a success.”
They began as a group of friends devoted to the idea that bluegrass music should be fun. Their style is a little bit bluegrass sprinkled with country and gospel influences.
2019 & 2020 Nominee Bluegrass Artist of the Year, Arkansas Country Music Association
The Gravel Yard Band
Listen and be transported back to the days of a country church singin’, and feel the history of American roots music – when the instruments were handmade and the front porch was a stage. Travel into the mountains and down a dirt road, and when you arrive, you can be part of The Gravel Yard.
Their sound can best be described as an eclectic amalgamation of hard driving traditional bluegrass and progressive musicality juxtaposed with a soulful country and Americana flavor, gifting to the bluegrass world a musical footprint unlike any other.
For over 50 years each, the band members of True Country have played music with their family and friends. So, naturally, the band came together because of their talents, love of music and long friendships. Based in Mountain View, Arkansas, True Country is a popular band to see.
Each band member sings and brings their own unique selection of songs to the stage, so there is a wide variety of styles and arrangements for your entertainment. From country to old rock and rock, instrumental to gospel and beyond, True Country brings a show unlike most bands with plenty of upbeat dance numbers and soulful ballads to please everyone.
Live Bluegrass (General Admission):
Danny Thomas & Whoa! Mule
10am-12pm @ Hungry Hollow
Saturday, Nov. 4
Whoa Mule! Quartet is a string band based out of Mountain View’s Ozark Folk Center. They have received a number of awards ranging from SPBGM “FIDDLER OF THE YEAR” to OFC “ENTERTAINER OF THE YEAR.”
The unique style of connecting with the audience, using a simple demeanor and bucolic humor disarms the listener creating an experience to be remembered.
Unkle Dave & Ruthie
10am-12pm @ Grassy Knoll
Saturday, Nov. 4
Performers of Old-Time, Mountain Folk, Bluegrass and Gospel Music, Dave and Ruth began performing as a duet act in 2018.
They have each performed in acclaimed bluegrass ensembles for decades and are regulars at The Ozark Folk Center.
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