Entertainment at the Tennessee Valley Old Time Fiddlers Convention this year
- 4 Oct Thursday Flatt Lonesome
- 5 Oct Friday Rhonda Vincent & The Rage 4 PM & 6 PM
- 6 Oct Saturday Ricky Skaggs & Kentucky Thunder at 6 PM
All concerts and competitions are INCLUDED with your admission ticket!
On 10 May 2018 some of us played at the I-65 Tennessee Visitor’s Center. We had two groups. Group 1 from 10-12:30 and Group 2 from 12:30-3:00.
EverythingDulcimer.com is going away on 1 June 2018.
For those of you who use it as a liberry to get free tabs I suggest you download anything you may want in the future. Here’s the link for the tabs
In the meantime another dulcimer discussion site is Friends Of The Mountain Dulcimer
Here are some links to the videos highlighting Limestone County’s Bicentennial.
A County Older than the State
(features Athens Dulcimers playing Cherokee Shuffle)
(features Athens Dulcimers playing Goldrush & Bells of Saint Mary’s)
Athens Sacked & Plundered
(features Athens Dulcimers playing Southwind)
This free concert series is open to the public and is from 6:00PM-8:00PM (unless otherwise noted). No seating is provided, so camp and lawn chairs are suggested. Come early and enjoy the stores and restaurants before the show.
The rain location for this event is the Vietnam Veterans of Veterans Post 17915 West Elm Street in Athens. (See map below.)
A pendentive is a curved triangle of vaulting formed by the intersection of a dome with its supporting arches.
In the state capitol in Frankfort, KY is a painting that includes a young girl and a dulcimore. According to the state’s website, “In 2009, a coveted project to complete the dome pendentives of the Kentucky State Capitol was realized. The original design for the State Capitol included spaces for murals within the pendentives, or the reverse triangular spaces directly beneath the dome, that were never completed until now… The murals were officially unveiled at the June 4 2010 Centennial Gala.”
You can see another image in the link below in the 3rd photo down
The caption reads:
The Fruits of Knowledge
“…The center female figure in traditional attire provides genteel instruction to an attentive young girl sitting in a ladder back chair handcrafted in Kentucky. The girl is learning from the teacher how to play the dulcimer, our state instrument…”