Local bluegrass Americana band WildFlower Honey will be featured from 7-9 p.m. Saturday, August 19, at CAMP Irvington, 170 White Fences Road, Irvington.
Performing a blend of traditional bluegrass on banjo, acoustic guitar and upright bass alongside modern influences and catchy melodies, WildFlower Honey is sure to have folks dancing in no time, said bassist Allyson Childress.
Bluegrass music has its roots in the Appalachian region of the U.S., and has since spread throughout the country and even internationally. The genre is known for its high energy instrumentals and tight harmonies, with lyrics often touching on themes of love, loss, and the trials and tribulations of life.
Wildflower Honey was a local favorite, playing regularly across the Northern Neck and Richmond before COVID-19….
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