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Little Bit O' Bluegrass
Loaded Goat, Konza Swamp Band and The Sterlings

6:00pm Saturday, June 20th, 2015
Kearney Amphitheater

Price: $15.00 at the Gate Day of Event
Sponsored by Liberty Hospital

Loaded Goat

Loaded Goat is a mad mash of bluegrass, old-time, honky-tonk music. To activate: Flick a little moonshine in it's face and get ready for some banjo for your ear-holes. Playing a predominantly original catalog of heartbreak and headache, Loaded Goat will occasionally surprise with the surprising cover song. Loaded Goat is great for bars, campfire jams, weddings, cowboy saloon shootouts, Rural Grit Happy Hour, and more, more, more.

Konza Swamp Band

On a scale of 1 to AWESOME, they're an 11! - Rhino

The John Brown Boys

The John Brown Boys were born less than 25 ft away from Stage 7 at the Walnut Valley Festival ("Winfield") in 2010. Nearly a year and a half later, our original bass player, Martin Korb, was finally able to remember the name of our band, so we knew we were on our way. The next thing we know, we are playing a few songs at the Rural Grit Happy Hour and the rest is history!

In late 2012, John Yingst joined the band. We couldn't be happier to welcome his musical talents on the dobro, banjo, and guitar.

In April of 2013, Susan Brewington and her fiddle joined The John Brown Boys. Susan adds a great deal of energy and musical talent to our band. She also added her great friend, Tracey Flexter George, to our band. Tracey is fun, funny, and fantastically talented. We are lucky to have her bass slapping and beautiful harmonizing in the band... even if adding a second woman to the band means we have to explain why we're called the John Brown BOYS more often.

We would like to thank bands like Konza Swamp, The Wilders and Big Smith for making it look so damn fun that we just had to try it ourselves. And we should probably give special thanks to Caleb Gardner for bringing us all together, along with his wealth of knowledge and talent as a musician/friend, and also to the human jukebox Garrett White and his never ending jam sessions and limitless energy.

Thank You for your support,

The John Brown Boys

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