Kentucky Shine has performed at the ROMP music festival (among other regional and national events) and has been recognized as one of the region’s strongest emerging bluegrass
Kentucky Shine has performed at the ROMP music festival (among other regional and national events) and has been recognized as one of the region’s strongest emerging bluegrass talents.
For additional information about Kentucky Shine, please visit www.kentuckyshineband.com.
Singer/songwriter Troy Miller was born & raised in Southern Indiana and is a seasoned powerhouse guitar player and crooner. It’s a sight to watch him perform his yester year repertoire, as he seemingly channels the vintage standards of Leon Redbone, backed with the energy of Jerry Lee Lewis, and soothed with the baritone voice of Johnny Cash.
He pays homage to this part of the world he holds so dear in his originals “Warrick County Cowboy”, “Sterling Girl” & “Stop Light City” co-written with Jubilee Fly.
Your tickets for this event will get you access into Lincoln State Park as early as 11 a.m. central time on Sunday, August 28, as the park and the Amphitheatre are co-hosting the first “Young Abe’s Bluegrass and Country Craft Fair” in the Lincoln Amphitheatre’s parking area from 11a.m. to 4 p.m. central. The event will feature a variety of craft vendors, food, and naturalist-led activities for people of all ages.