UNCLE DAVE MACON DAYS Is Underway!

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(MURFREESBORO) Murfreesboro's Cannonsburgh Pioneer Village at 402 S. Front Street is alive with the 42nd annual UNCLE DAVE MACON DAYS is underway and drawing larger crowds. The event continues through Saturday night.

Gloria Christy told WGNS that there were two live stages filled with

She noted, "On Friday night Trail Blazer Award winners, the Malpass Brothers, shared their talents, but then lively festival competitions and the National Championships in music and dance have made Uncle Dave Macon Days a success for the past 41 years."

The two day event attracts patrons from around the world to Murfreesboro, and spreads the love of authentic roots music in a unique way on two stages: Macon Manor Stage and the Dixie Dew Drop Stage.

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A major attraction is that musicians bring their instruments and walk through Cannonsburgh Village and join in with groups playing music that catches your attention.

One visitor commented, "That's my favorite part of Uncle Dave Macon Days, being able to hear one song fade into another one as you walk along the path."

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