THURSDAY, OCTOBER 6
Gates Open at 7 pm
Music begins at 8 pm
$10 at the gate
Lodging and primitive camping available
Handicap-accessible parking is available
Sponsored by our neighbors at Stone Bank
Check out these amazing bios of the band:
Bluegrass and country fiddle player from Strawberry, Arkansas. Brother of Dennis Crouch. He got his start fiddling with Jim & Jesse as a Virginia Boy when he was 19 years old. He has since worked with country and bluegrass artists Alan Jackson, Kenny Chesney, Marty Raybon, Dolly Parton, Glen Campbell, Andy Williams, Marty Stuart, Oak Ridge Boys, George Jones, Billy Bob Thornton, Tanya Tucker, Ricky Skaggs, Dierks Bentley, Jerry Reed, Tommy Shaw of "STYX", Mare Winningham, Mike Snider, Alison Krauss, Charlie Pride, Jonathon Edwards, and others. He is a former staff fiddle player for Nashville’s "Grand Ole Opry," and has also performed on numerous television programs including "Late Night with David Letterman," the "Conan O’Brien Show," "CBS This Morning," "Austin City Limits," "Hee Haw," "Christian Country Music Awards Show," "Classic Country," "Inspirational Country Music Awards Show," and others.
Batesville, Arkansas native and musical legend Danny Dozier is a multiple Ozark Folk Center Merle Travis Thumbpicking Champion and crafty veteran of the Ozark Music Scene. In addition to his solo work and performances, Danny is a member of the Lockhouse Orchestra in Batesville. Danny was a member of the legendary Grandpa Jones Band and The Leatherwoods. He also promotes several Levon Helm events and tributes in conjunction with Amy Helm, Levon’s daughter.
Steve is a 2-time finalist and 2005 winner of the solo competition at the Arkansas Acoustic Music Festival and a finalist in the 2009 Ozark Folk Center Merle Travis Fingerstyle Competition and the winner of the Ozark Folk Center Merle Travis Contemporary Competition in 2016.
In June of 2019, Mr. Davison won awarded the Guitar Player of the Year 2019 by the Arkansas Country Music Awards.
Mr. Davison was a featured performer on Arkansas Educational Network Television’s “AETN Presents” broadcast and his music was also used as a soundtrack for another AETN production, “The Historic Bridges of Arkansas”.
Steve has performed in acoustic venues around the country including the Healdsburg Guitar Festival in California and the Montreal Guitar Festival in Montreal, Quebec., The Memphis Guitar Show and the La Conner Guitar Festival. He has toured with Ken Bonfield and Peter Janson as Artistry of the Guitar and has also shared the stage with Ed Gerhard, Bill Mize, Clive Carroll, Muriel Anderson, Larry Coryell, Dakota Dave Hull, Tim Farrell, Teja Gerken, Tim Sparks, Aaron Larget-Caplan, Adam Miller, Danny Dozier, Micky Rigby, Doug Young, and others