Love Bluegrass? Head To Moorefields

By Aaron Keck Posted August 29, 2014 at 11:19 pm

On Saturday, September 6, Hillsborough’s Historic Moorefields will play host to an afternoon of bluegrass music.

“Bluegrass at Moorefields” will run from 2-7 p.m., featuring music from four area bluegrass bands: the Nash Street Ramblers (based in Hillsborough); Cagle Family and Friends (from Efland); the Bethesda Bluegrass Band (from Durham); and Constant Change (from Raleigh). Food trucks will be on hand, and beer and wine will be available too.

Clifton Preddy of Constant Change joined WCHL’s Aaron Keck on the air last week.

Listen to two songs by Constant Change, “Mountain Man” and “A Song for Marie.”

And the Bethesda Bluegrass Band stopped by this past week for a chat with Aaron – and they brought all their instruments for a live performance of “Twister”!

Tickets for Bluegrass at Moorefields are $20 – free for children 12 and under. Buy them online, at the Hillsborough Visitors Center at 150 E. King Street, or at the gate on the day of the festival.

For more information – and for tickets – visit this link.

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