Lewis Clark Bluegrass Organization

Bluegrass of Yesterday and Today

Preserving and promoting public awareness of bluegrass music in our area through concerts, festivals, jam sessions and other events.


Jan
21
6:30 pm18:30

Valley Bluegrass Stage

  • Clarkston High School Auditorium

Don't miss the next Valley Bluegrass Stage at the Clarkston High School Auditorium! Doors open at 6:30 p.m., bands start at 7:00 p.m. Only $5 for 4-5 bands TBA; stay tuned for more info!

Oct
15
6:30 pm18:30

Valley Bluegrass Stage

  • Clarkston High School Auditorium

Don't miss the next Valley Bluegrass Stage at the Clarkston High School Auditorium! Doors open at 6:30 p.m., bands start at 7:00 p.m. Only $5 for 4-5 bands TBA; stay tuned for more info!

OUR HEADLINER: Nu-Blu at the Valley Bluegrass Festival
Jun
25
7:00 pm19:00

OUR HEADLINER: Nu-Blu at the Valley Bluegrass Festival

  • Valley Bluegrass Festival

To step out and decide to make a living in music takes a tremendous leap of personal and professional courage. For Daniel and Carolyn Routh, however, the husband-and-wife team that founded Nu-Blu, it became a necessity, the way to maintain the life-giving force of their music. Today, even as they continue to grow and reach loftier and bigger goals, they have reason to celebrate: the release of their new project, All The Way, released through Rural Rhythm Records. The album is fueled by the George Jones inspired song “Jesus and Jones,” which has gained attention and exposure nationally across multiple genres.

Panhandle Polecats at the Valley Bluegrass Festival
Jun
25
5:00 pm17:00

Panhandle Polecats at the Valley Bluegrass Festival

  • Valley Bluegrass Festival

After spending their dull childhood in a hollow log eating beetles and crickets this young litter quickly rose to stardom in the Inland Northwest bluegrass scene and has toured throughout the region performing everywhere from cow pastures, barns, garages, and parking lots, to television studios, bluegrass festivals, colleges, county fairs, and auditoriums.

Beargrass at the Valley Bluegrass Festival
Jun
25
3:00 pm15:00

Beargrass at the Valley Bluegrass Festival

  • Valley Bluegrass Festival

Beargrass is the husband-wife team of Shayne and Alane Watkins.  They have a strong background in classic country and can keep the dancers on the floor all night  with a delightful mix of two-steps, cha-chas and waltzes.  In addition, they charm the coffee house  and festival crowds, blending folk, country and bluegrass  with strong harmonies and Shayne's intricate mandolin and guitar work.  They've been called the best country dance band in the valley by KRLC DJs.  Radio stations as far away as Chicago have been playing their music.

OUR HEADLINER: Nu-Blu at the Valley Bluegrass Festival
Jun
24
9:00 pm21:00

OUR HEADLINER: Nu-Blu at the Valley Bluegrass Festival

  • Valley Bluegrass Festival

To step out and decide to make a living in music takes a tremendous leap of personal and professional courage. For Daniel and Carolyn Routh, however, the husband-and-wife team that founded Nu-Blu, it became a necessity, the way to maintain the life-giving force of their music. Today, even as they continue to grow and reach loftier and bigger goals, they have reason to celebrate: the release of their new project, All The Way, released through Rural Rhythm Records. The album is fueled by the George Jones inspired song “Jesus and Jones,” which has gained attention and exposure nationally across multiple genres.

Panhandle Polecats at the Valley Bluegrass Festival
Jun
24
7:00 pm19:00

Panhandle Polecats at the Valley Bluegrass Festival

  • Valley Bluegrass Festival

After spending their dull childhood in a hollow log eating beetles and crickets this young litter quickly rose to stardom in the Inland Northwest bluegrass scene and has toured throughout  the region performing everywhere from cow pastures, barns, garages, and parking lots, to television studios, bluegrass festivals, colleges, county fairs, and auditoriums.

Mar
12
7:00 pm19:00

Valley Bluegrass Stage

Kevin Pace & the Early Edition, Brown’s Mountain Boys, Higher Ground and Potlatch Junior Jammers will entertain you with traditional bluegrass music at the Clarkston High School.  Tickets at the door $5.00, youth 15 and under are free.   

Valley Bluegrass Festival, Day 2
Jun
27
9:00 am09:00

Valley Bluegrass Festival, Day 2

  • Valley Bluegrass Festival

Saturday, June 27

MAIN GATE (Blue Ticket Booth) opens at 9:00 AM

10:00 am–11:00 am   Instrument Workshops
11:30 am–1:30 pm   Open Mic including Bluegrass Sprouts!
2:00 pm–2:50 pm   Farmstrong
3:00 pm–3:50 pm   Beargrass
4:00 pm–4:50 pm   Wanigan
5:00 pm–5:50 pm   Jackie Fox and the Hounds
6:00 pm–6:50 pm   Slipshod
7:00 pm–7:50 pm   North Country Bluegrass
8:00 pm   FarmStrong

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