A local area bluegrass band named for the hometown of legendary bluegrass music founder Bill Monroe is returning to perform at the Grayson County Bluegrass Opry.
The Rosine Diner’s Club Band will be making their second-ever appearance at the Leitchfield music show on Saturday, April 16th, at 6:00 p.m. in the Old Judicial Building (third floor) at 125 East White Oak St. in Leitchfield. Admission is free. Guests are reminded to use the rear entrance of the building and use the elevator.
In addition, guests are encouraged to bring their own seat cushions for additional comfort during the two-and-a-half hour show.
The Rosine Diner’s Club is a four-man band that performs bluegrass, old-time, and original music. This group of experienced musicians was organized about two years ago and consists of two Ohio County residents and two Grayson County natives. Fordsville native Mark Royal plays guitar and provides vocals. Rosine resident Jeff Morris plays the mandolin. Caneyville native Jerry Embry plays lead guitar and provides vocals. And Leitchfield resident Kenny Flake plays the bass.
Also appearing on the same show will be a couple of bands from Indiana, including the Grandview Junction Band, of Jasper, and the Sassybrown band, of Evansville. In addition, the Opry’s host band, Hickory Grove, will be performing.
The Grayson County Bluegrass Opry is proud to provide family entertainment for local area residents and appreciates the support it continues to receive from area bluegrass bands and fans.
For more information, call 270-230-9133.