Appalachian Rhythm is a musical group with roots in bluegrass, country, folk, and old-time fiddle traditions. It consists of Ed Kellough on guitar and mandolin and Hans Holzen on mandolin, guitar, and fiddle. Ed hails from southern Ohio and Kentucky and was raised on early country and bluegrass music. Hans is from Nashville, Tennessee where he was immersed in music ranging from bluegrass to jazz. They draw inspiration from artists such as Norman Blake, Doc Watson, Tony Rice, and John Hartford, among others. They favor flat-picked guitar, mandolin, and fiddle, but also occasionally bring out the old-time banjo. Together, the members of Appalachian Rhythm merge distinctive backgrounds and experiences into an innovative and appealing blend of traditional acoustic music. Their style is faithful to the work of earlier masters, but still refreshing and new.

In Concert at No. 3 Railroad Street: Saturday, June 10, 2017

Doors open at 6:00, Snacks at 6:30 and Music starts around 7:00

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