Oue Merlefest Schedule!

Thursday April 26th- Welcome Stage 1:30pm
Friday April 27th- Welcome Stage 8:30am
Friday April 27th- Welcome Stage 11:30am
Saturday April 28th- Welcome Stage 9:15am
Saturday April 28th- Welcome Stage 1:00pm
Sunday April 29th- Welcome Stage 10:00am
Sunday April 29th- The Plaza Stage 1:45pm

Earl Scruggs, Wilmington, Merlefest


The Kickin Grass Band is saddened by the passing of Earl Scruggs and thankful for his life and work. He was an inspiration to every member of our band and family. His pioneering musical art form lead to a progressive style of banjo playing that has encouraged countless others to play American Roots music. Because of this we need not worry about the future of this musical genre. Here’s to keeping bluegrass moving forward while celebrating the history and the traditioins of the music for we believe this is what Earl would want! We will miss you.

The Kickin Grass band will be playing a show tonight, Friday 3/30/12, at The Soapbox in Wilmington, NC with our great friends The Morning After. Tickets are only $7 and the show starts at 10pm with The Kickin Grass band taking the stage. Come on out! http://www.soapboxlaundrolounge.com

Only 27 Days left till Merlefest! The Kickin Grass Band will be playing all four days at the festival and we can not wait! We hope to see you all there, it will be an event not to miss! Visit http://www.merlefest.org  for tickets and information.

Look out for an email from the band in the next few days announcing the launch of our iPhone App that will be free to fans!

Keep on picking and we will see ya soon!

The Kickin Grass Band
http://www.kickingrass.com

10 Year Anniversary Show

North Carolina Bluegrass Favorite to Host 10th AnniversaryShow at the Carolina Theatre of Durhamon January 14, 2012.

Durham, NC – One of the Triangle’s most well-loved bands, The Kickin Grass Band, celebrates ten years of signature Americana-style bluegrass with a special hometown concert and celebration on Saturday, January 14, 2012 at the Carolina Theatre of Durham. The show is a co-presentation of The Carolina Theatre of Durham and Pinecone – the Piedmont Council of Traditional Music.

The Kickin Grass Band 10th Anniversary Show will feature the current lineup performing favorites from three acclaimed albums over the past decade, as well as new material slated for a 2012 release. The audience will also be treated to appearances by past members and old friends, including the world-renowned Apple Chill Cloggers.

“The past ten years have been a true joy for us, playing and introducing our rootsy-Americana style of bluegrass to new fans around the world,”says lead singer and songwriter, Lynda Dawson. “We‘re thrilled to share the stage with old friends and celebrate this milestone with hometown fans who have played a huge role in our success!”

The Kickin Grass Band formed in early 2002 as the accompanying band for the Apple Chill Cloggers and went on to release three albums of original and traditional music showcasing their grasp of tradition as well as aspirit of adventuring into the new frontier of an ever-evolving Americana genre: Backroads (2003), On the Short Rows (2006), and The Kickin Grass Band (2008). A fourth album is slated for 2012 featuring the current lineup and an array of new material to keep listeners along for the adventuresome ride.

The show will be recorded by F/Stop Grooves and 5×5 Photography for video production.

The Kickin Grass Band 10th Anniversary Show
Saturday, January 14, 2012
The Carolina Theatre of Durham
Tickets are $15 and available at www.carolinatheatre.org  and www.pinecone.org  by phone (919)560-3030 or toll free (888) 241-8162, or at the Carolina Theatre box office.

Festival for the Eno!

Hello friends in music!
The Kickin Grass Band is honored to say we will be playing at the Festival for the Eno in Durham, NC this Saturday July 2nd. Our set will be at 1:15pm on the Meadow Stage. If you get there early catch us at 10:45am on the Grove Stage backing up our friends, the Apple Chill Cloggers.

Thanks for all the support of The KGB and live music!

We’re in Durham, NC this Saturday!

That’s right folks, we are playing at the 2nd Annual Festival for Wildlife at Leigh Farm Park in Durham, NC. It’s a wonderful event for a great cause, we will hit the stage at 2:30pm for a 1 hour set. Tickets are only $10 for Adults and kids 12 and under are free! Old 86, Mel Melton and the Wicked Mojos, John Howie Jr. and Cyril Lance Band will also be performing. Come on out!

Find out all about the festival HERE!