Posted by Wills Creek on Wednesday, December 19, 2012
For those who are interested. Here is the winter and spring schedule for The Pennyroyal. I believe Rich had commented that we had something of a 11 of the top IBMA groups scheduled in at the Pennyroyal. So if you can go support bluegrass music in your area! And come johttp://www.pennyroyaloperahouse.comin us at the Pennyroyal!
Saturday, December 22, 2012 @3:45:31 AM
Looks great! When I saw "Pennyroyal" I thought of the pennyroyal region of western Kentucky where my family lives but alas its in Ohio. Its great that their is a new venue for old-time and bluegrass music...I think we are going through a sort of folk/bluegrass revival right now..
Wills Creek Says:
Saturday, December 22, 2012 @7:36:50 AM
The Penneyroyal has been provideing some of the best in top notched bluegras bands since 1995. The wife and I are prt of the Pennyeyroal Assn. They have had a Pennyroyal reunion for nearly 140 years at Fairview based mainly because of the early harvest of the Penneyroyal plant(weed) It made a linamint and and lotions for medicenal purposes Then the reunion beame town festival and get together. I don't believe I have heard a bout the Pennyroyal region in Kentucky I would to hear about it. Thanks for looking Erik .
Sunday, December 23, 2012 @2:32:41 AM
Yes in far western Kentucky ) from just west of Bowling Green to Kentucky lake region north to about Madisonville and south to parts of NW and NC Tennessee its called the "Pennyroyal Plateau" or better yet just...the "Pennyrile" as they say in Kentucky. The region is named thus for that very same plant that grows in abundance in that region of the state. Mammoth Cave is located in this area: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pennyroyal_Plateau
I know the Osborne Broslives in an area of SW Ohio for many years...its been a hotbed for bluegrass for a long time no?
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