A look back:
Some highlights of past performances

The sound of the mountains has been part of the Ranch since its beginnings in 1933. And today that’s just as true as it ever was. What the singer-songwriters who grace our stages have in common, in addition to their obvious musical talents, is a down-to-earth quality that draws audiences into their performances as friends, not just observers. There are no prima donnas here; just genuine people, making music for other genuine people. In other words, people like you. Here’s a small sample of the big music we’ve been making lately here at the Ranch.

The Seldom Scene - "Sweet Baby James"
Shawn Camp - "River of Love"
Buddy Melton & Milan Miller - "Who Are You, Red Bird?"
Shawn Camp - "My Love Will Not Change"
Rob Ickes & Trey Hensley - "Ballad of a Well Known Gun"
Town Mountain - "New Freedom Blues"
Amanda Anne Platt & The Honeycutters - "Be Like Penny"
Chatham County Line - "Let It Rock"
Peter Rowan - "Walls of Time"
Claire Lynch Band - "Milo"
The Gibson Brothers - "Bye Bye Love"
Laurie Lewis - "American Justice"
Peter Rowan & friends - "The House Carpenter"
Shawn Camp & friends - "Dig a Hole in the Meadow"