2018 Season Sponsors
Virginia is for Music LoversYadkin Arts Council
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The Blue Ridge Music Center
700 Foothills Rd
Galax, VA 24333
Milepost 213 on
The Blue Ridge Parkway

Music Center Info Call:
(276) 236-5309
Concert Info Call:
(866) 308-2773 x 213
To Purchase Concert Tickets
by phone (866)308-2773 x 212

2018 Hours of Operation:
Open 10am to 5pm, 
Thursday- Monday, May 4-21, and daily from 10am to 5pm 
starting May 24.

The Roots of American Music Museum Exhibit and Mid-Day Mountain Music are FREE and open to the public.

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If You Come To a Show

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A Show for Joe:
Concert in honor of
the late Joe Wilson
 supported in part by 

The Legendary Ingramettes
and Linda & David Lay

Saturday, August 18th @ 7:00 PM


The Legendary Ingramettes


Founded by the late, great matriarch Maggie Ingram, this phenomenal gospel group has endured more than five decades. Now led by Maggie’s daughter the Rev. Almeta Ingram-Miller, the group carries on the commanding, spirit-filled performances that demonstrate the extraordinary depth of talent in American gospel music. The Ingramettes are gospel icons in Virginia and have received numerous awards, including the prestigious Virginia Heritage Award in 2009. The Virginia Folklife Program’s production of Maggie Ingram and the Ingramettes: Live in Richmond received the Independent Music Awards fan’s choice award for Gospel Album of the Year in 2012.

Linda & David Lay

Cabin Creek Boys

Vocalist Linda Lay spent her early childhood playing music with her father in a family band and many a Saturday night at the Carter Family Fold in Hiltons, Virginia. After 15 years with the group Appalachian Trail, Linda formed Springfield Exit with her husband, David. She is recognized as a Master Artist in traditional singing by the Virginia Foundation for the Humanities, and has performed with singers across several genres of music, from country’s Vern Gosdin and Carl Jackson to Piedmont blues singer John Cephas. Raised in the tradition of Southern gospel, David nimbly switched from bass to guitar for the group, becoming a versatile rhythm player at ease with a wide range of musical styles.

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