NRCC Fiddle, Banjo & Dance Club March Concert (CANCELLED):

Date: March 14, 2020
Time: 6:00 - 8:30 PM
Venue: New River Community College (Dublin)
Organizations: Dixie Bluegrass Boys, New River Community College Fiddle, Banjo & Dance Club, The Java Brothers
Description: UPDATE: We regret to inform you that we are canceling the free show this Saturday, March 14. We know you were looking forward to hearing the Java Brothers and the Dixie Bluegrass Boys, but due to concerns about the spread of the Covid19 coronavirus, we have decided to cancel for everyone's safety. We will, as always, keep you posted about any future schedule changes.

The New River Community College Fiddle, Banjo & Dance Club presents their March concert featuring The Java Brothers and the Dixie Bluegrass Boys in concert on Saturday, March 14, 2020 at Edwards Hall, Room 117 located within the New River Community College's campus in Dublin, VA.

The Java Brothers bluegrass band is from Radford, Virginia and was born out of the The Java Brothers grew out of Radford’s Monday Night Fiddle & Banjo Jam. They are progressive, but pretty much only to the extent that they'll play new songs as hard driving bluegrass with some rock 'n roll vibes.

They love Bill Monroe, the Stanley Brothers, The Seldom Scene, JD Crowe, Tony Rice, Jimmy Martin, Sam Bush, the Country Gentlemen, the Beatles, the Stones, and all the greats. The Java Brothers have a fun live show that mixes standard Bluegrass and Newgrass with fiery original tunes.

The Java Brothers have become Radford’s house band however they’ve played dances, festivals, brew pubs, and church services all over Southwest Virginia.



The Dixie Bluegrass Boys is a traditional bluegrass style band that has been playing for eleven years in the Virginia and North Carolina area. The group performs old-time, country and bluegrass music for dances and concerts. The band members are Jackson Cunningham, guitar, mandolin and vocals; Jeff Michael, fiddle; Ramona Church, five string banjo, guitar and vocals; and Jerry Steinberg, bass fiddle.

Admission is free and all are welcome. Donations will be accepted to help with travel expenses for the musicians.

Jamborees are held the second Saturday of each month, October through April at New River Community College's Dublin campus, a Crooked Road affiliated venue.

Doors open at 5:00 pm and the music starts at 6:00 pm.

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