Appalshop Films Bluegrass Double Feature

Appalshop Films Bluegrass Double Feature

Kentucky in DC! Join us Tuesday, September 25 for an evening with Appalshop & a double feature of our very best Bluegrass films: The Ralph Stanley Story and Hazel Dickens: Its Hard to Tell the Singer from the Song. Filmmaker & Appalshop Founder Herby Smith will be on the scene with Appalshop Director Alex Gibson. Appalshop media & merch will be for sale and a Q & A with the filmmaker will follow our first feature, The Ralph Stanley Story.

Appalshop is proud to be in DC for an American Folklife Center event "Since 1968: Cultural Organizations, Programming and Documentation, and Community Enrichment in New York, Kentucky, and Washington D.C." on Monday, September 24 at 1 pm. The afternoon symposium is at the Library of Congress, Whittall Pavilion, Thomas Jefferson Building and is free and open to the public.

$15 Cash at the door day of show

Tickets Available at the Door

Join us Tuesday, September 25 for an evening with Appalshop & a double feature of our very best Bluegrass films: The Ralph Stanley Story and Hazel Dickens: Its Hard to Tell the Singer from the Song. Filmmaker & Appalshop Founder Herby Smith will be on the scene with Appalshop Director Alex Gibson. Appalshop media & merch will be for sale and a Q & A with the filmmaker will follow our first feature, The Ralph Stanley Story.

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