The second official day of the 2019 Black Prong Bluegrass Festival brought in a bunch of campers, fans and multiple jams around the Park.
The Kentucky Sleepy Hollow Band kicked off the show with their lonesome sound put on by their Father/Son vocal duo that is their signature sound.
Mike and Mary Robinson (who happen to be the Festival Promoters, sound crew, and MC) got to entertain the Black Prong crowd with their hilarious semi-autobiographical songs and touching Bluegrass Gospel signature tunes. You can easily tell that their experience preaching and working as MCs lends well to putting on a lively show. Danny Stewart, Keith Bass, Sandy Holdman and Cody Nieves did an outstanding job providing the house band for the show.
Keith Bass and The Florida Bluegrass Express closed out the program with their rip roaring Bluegrass style. The band consists of Keith, Laron, April and her daughter Katie. The family harmonies and smooth banjo playing had the fans’ toes tapping.
After the show, multiple jams popped up around the campground three of which were hosted by bands who are playing at the festival. Skeeter Creek, Keith Bass and Scattered Grass each had their own jams giving the opportunity for pickers on the campground to play with the folks they get to see on stage.
Saturday brings the main stage show, a 5k, great vendors and more large doses as Bluegrass Jamming, make your way out to Bronson Florida to enjoy a Bluegrass Picking good time.
Justin Mason, Florida Bluegrass Network