J.D. Crowe was born and raised in Lexington, Ky. He started playing banjo at age 13. J.D. was one of the most influential progressive bluegrass musicians of the 70s. Crowe along with his band, New South, has been a fixture on the bluegrass scene for years.
Cynthia (Bob's granddaughter in pink shirt and jeans)
We found some good seats under a big tent along with Ruth and Eric, his daughter and son-in-law.
There was some good old bluegrass music and lots of picking and grinning.
Susan and Ruth (Bob's daughters) talking with Dad
Bob's son, Bobby (father of Cynthia)
Eric (Ruth's husband) with Susan
Cynthia's brother, Justin, enjoying the show!
Cynthia's mom, Marie, was behind the curtain being a stage mother when the pictures were taken.