Dedicated to preserving and promoting Bluegrass Music in mid-America ........ The next "JPFOB First Friday Bluegrass Gathering" will be on Friday, November 7, 2014 at the Kentucky Opry Kentucky Opry ........ This is JPFOB Officers Election Night - Be there to vote for your new officers ........Expected to perform: Old Santa Fe and others......... Music begins at 7:30 PM ......... Our shows are always FREE (donations accepted) .......
...... Featured Band for November JPFOB First Friday Bluegrass Night ......
"Old Santa Fe"
Old Santa Fe

Soldier Boy In Grey...written by Dave Prosser.

November is JPFOB Election Month - Be there to vote for your new officers

Here are some really great photos that Phil Burt made at the October 3, 2014 First Friday Bluegrass Gathering:

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As of Monday, October 13, 2014 WAAJ 89.7 FM will no longer be a Bluegrass format radio station. They have decided to return to a Contemporary Christian format like they had previously aired on the 89.7 FM station prior to their switch to a Bluegrass format in Marh 2006. Due to this change of format we are no longer providing links to the WAAJ 89.7 FM radio station.
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