The Bluegrass Mafia

The Bluegrass Mafia

No Sorrow

Sun · July 9, 2017

Doors: 6:00 pm / Show: 7:00 pm

The Southgate House Revival-Revival Room

$6 - $8

This event is all ages

Missy Raines & The New Hip has cancelled. We apologize for any inconvenience.

The Bluegrass Mafia
The Bluegrass Mafia
Shellie Moore has been playing banjo since he was 12 years old. Shellie has played bluegrass with many people throughout the tristate area since he was a young boy. Shellie has spend his life listening to and playing Bluegrass music. Shellie has played bluegrass music with some of the greatest musicians ever. When Shellie is not playing bluegrass music he is enjoying his family. Shellie has been married for 30 years. He and his wife, Cynthia have two sons, and 3 grandchildren.

Joey Moore, son of Shellie, has been playing his guitar since he was 10 years old. Joey grew up watching and listening to some of the greatest bluegrass bands in history. Watching his father play bluegrass music on a stage intregued him and now you can hear Joey play the guitar and sing on stage as well. Joey has enjoyed playing bluegrass music for many years. When he is not playing bluegrass music you can find him spending time with his wife, Cindi, and his son, Jacob, and daughter, Kaitlynn.

Rob Moore started playing guitar when he was 8 years old but soon realized that his passion was with playing a bass fiddle. Rob started playing a bass at the age of 10. He has always had a love for Bluegrass music and played with his uncle Shellie every chance he got. When Rob is not playing bluegrass music you will find him spending time with his new wife, Melissa. He also enjoys riding horses, and spending time with his family.

Paula McCall is the newest member of The Bluegrass Mafia. Paula and Shellie played music for many years with a band called The Burnin' Bluegrass which was founded by Paula's father, Paul Burns. Paula is a pro on the mandolin. But don't be suprised when she pulls out a dobrow too! Welcome to the band Paula!
No Sorrow
No Sorrow
Once upon a time a heavy rock band evolved into something completely different. Minimalist in nature, but not in sound, No Sorrow fills the gaps between the genres of Americana, folk, bluegrass, and acoustic rock. This is the organic result of past influences melding with new inspiration and, perhaps, what is to be expected when a rock guitarist picks up a mandolin, a drummer buys a banjo and three-part harmonies replace hard rock vocals.
Venue Information:
The Southgate House Revival-Revival Room
111 East 6th Street
Newport, KY, 41071
http://www.southgatehouse.com/