Join us on April 20th at 7pm for the Lincoln Highway Bluegrass Band Concert. Doors open at 6:30pm and seating will be first come first serve. Tickets for the event cost $10 and concessions will also be available for purchase. Tickets can be purchased online or at the theater during movie times.
A little about the band:
Lincoln Highway Bluegrass Band is a 6 piece band based out of North Central Ohio. The band is dedicated to the Bluegrass genre and is focused on carrying on with the old time high Lonesome sounds of generations gone by and also playing the bluegrass music of the modern times we live in today. Lincoln Highway prides itself on having a hard driving bluegrass sound along with complex harmony arrangements. A standard set list will include everything from the Stanley Brothers, the Osborne Brothers to the Seldom Scene and original material somewhere in the middle.
Scott Osborne is an original cofounder of the band which started out as Blue Universe and has recently changed the band name to Lincoln Highway. Scott plays primarily banjo in the group and some acoustic guitar. He grew up playing the festival circuit and was a regular on the Wheeling Jamboree playing with the Stone Mountain Boys. During that time he was able to be the opening act for many of the major country stars of the day.
James Darby grew up in Southern California and graduated from the Musicians Institute in Hollywood, CA with a Jazz Performance degree. James learned from many legends of the performance guitar world along with some of the greatest studio musicians in history. He is a gifted guitarist and vocalist singing all parts. He brings a unique style of guitar playing and vocals to Bluegrass audiences everywhere.
Lee Rachel grew up playing Bluegrass Gospel and plays acoustic guitar along with singing lead and all harmony parts equally well. Lee loves bluegrass and the bluegrass audience loves him. He brings the hard driving bluegrass alive on his Martin guitar in every show.
Randy Sutter is the newest member and plays mandolin for the group. He is a talented musician who loves playing bluegrass. He grew up playing bluegrass gospel and is a talented vocalist singing primarily baritone.
Larry Cadle plays upright bass in the group and as is everyone in Lincoln Highway he is an accomplished musician with several instruments. Besides being an accomplished musician he is an entertaining personality on stage. With almost unlimited vocal range he sings lead, baritone and high tenor. Larry previously played acoustic guitar in the group.
Jon White is the newest member of the band and is the band's Dobroist from Newark Ohio. He has been strumming and sliding since 2006, gracing stages all over Ohio with Local bands like the Jackson Street Ramblers and Chestnut Ridge, leaving his mark on their album Somebody's Praying.