Grab your banjos and shine you dancin' shoes--the 41st annual Uncle Dave Macon Days is set to kick-off at Cannonsburgh Village, Friday afternoon 1pm, July 13th and Saturday morning 9am, July 14th in historic Murfreeesboro, Tennessee...
Uncle Dave Macon Days is just around the corner. Organizer Gloria Christy stated...
At Cannonsburgh Village, Murfreesboro, Tennessee on Friday, July 13th, Uncle Dave Macon Days: A Roots Rendezvous officially begins Friday, July 13th and continues through Saturday evening, July 14th...
On Thursday, September 28th those who volunteered at this summers Uncle Dave Macon Days event are invited to their annual chili supper.
The annual Uncle Dave Macon Days Music and Arts Festival will take place in Murfreesboro on Friday and Saturday (July 7th and 8th). This year marks the 40th anniversary for the annual event.
Grab your banjos and shine your dancin' shoes-- the 40th Annual Uncle Dave Macon Days old-time music and dance festival is set to kick off July 7th and 8th, in Cannonsburgh Village...
The press conference announcing the dates and entertainers at the July Uncle Dave Macon Days event was held on Thursday (4/27/17) morning.
At Cannonsburgh Village (Murfreesboro, Tennessee) on Friday, July 7th, Uncle Dave Macon Days Music and Arts Festival officially begins and continues through Saturday evening, July 8th with the best in musical entertainment and National Competitions in Old Time Music and Dance.
Rambunctious country music pioneer uncle Dave Macon is most often associated with stage lights, but a new MTSU-produced play shows that the bowler-wearing banjoist much preferred "Walking in Sunlight."
It was quite possibly, the best Uncle Dave Macon Days in history, according to some of the guest that WGNS spoke to over the weekend. This year marked the 39th anniversary of the musical event in Murfreesboro.
New for 2016 Uncle Dave Macon Days, July 7-9 is an event that will certainly thrill young and old alike--the attempt to break the Guinness record for the World's Largest Square Dance.
Gloria Christy, President of Uncle Dave Macon Days, told WGNS that since the square dance is the official dance for Tennessee, it makes sense for the world record to belong to the state.
One of America's premier traditional music festivals, the 38th Annual Uncle Dave Macon Days old-time music and dance festival, is slated Friday, Saturday and Sunday (July 10-12) in historic Cannonsburgh Village.
One of the many bands to play at Uncle Dave Macon Days this year are The SteelDrivers, based in Nashville. In fact, they will also be presented the 2015 Trailblazer Award.
Ben Wilson said the award winners will be on stage at Cannonsburgh in Murfreesboro during the second weekend of July this year.
Some of the employers represented will be The Department of Veterans Services Health Division, Walmart, Calsonic Kansei, SMX Staffing, Glenn Oaks Health and Rehabilitation, Boulevard Terrace Health and rehabilitation and Manchester Healthcare among others.
The Uncle Dave Macon Days "Old Time Music Festival" is this weekend (July 11th through the 13th). It is at Cannonsburgh Pioneer Village in Murfreesboro.
Sundays at Uncle Dave Macon Days have always been laid back and spiritual, focusing on fellowship, gospel music and community service.
It is only a few more weeks until the opening of the 37th annual Uncle Dave Macon Days, which will offer more activities Sunday, new features, and a star-studded lineup of entertainment.
The organizers of the 37th annual Uncle Dave Macon Days festival are looking for volunteers for various tasks throughout the three-day old-time music event. This year's festival is July 11-13.
Uncle Dave Macon would be proud to see so many people are interested in the old fashioned claw-hammer style of banjo playing along with Appalachian style clogging.
Dan Henley from Mississippi who has only been playing the banjo for two years will hit the stage on Sunday…
Robert Macon, the grandson of Uncle Dave Macon, passed away over the weekend. He was a longtime supporter of Uncle Dave Macon Days, the Macon-Doubler Fellowship and traditional southern music and dance.
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