Fall 2018 Line-up

Mountain View Bluegrass Festival 2018 Fall Line-up

November 8th, 9th, & 10th

Tickets are now On Sale!

As usual, the Mountain View Fall Bluegrass Festival is packed with first rate acts that are sure to keep you entertained. We will keep you informed if any new information becomes available so check back often!

Remember…Thursday is All Gospel Night!


Monroe Crossing – Thursday, Friday & Saturday

Monroe CrossingNamed in honor of Bill Monroe, “The Father of Bluegrass Music,” Monroe Crossing dazzles audiences with an electrifying blend of classic bluegrass, bluegrass gospel, and heartfelt originals. Their airtight harmonies, razor sharp arrangements, and on-stage rapport make them audience favorites across the United States and Canada.

Based in Minnesota, the group plays an average of 125 shows a year at major venues and festivals, frequently for non-bluegrass audiences — and people often comment that they’d never really liked bluegrass music until they attended a Monroe Crossing concert!

Monroe Crossing is made up of five very distinct personalities with differing musical backgrounds and tastes, combining for a very unique ensemble sound. They are Derek Johnson: guitar, lead & harmony vocals; Lisa Fuglie: fiddle, mandolin, lead & harmony vocals; Matt Thompson: mandolin, fiddle, baritone vocals; Mark Anderson: bass & bass vocals; and David Robinson: banjo. Their paths crossed through the music of Bill Monroe so they like to say they had a “Monroe Crossing.”

Among their many honors, Monroe Crossing was selected to showcase at the 2007 International Bluegrass Music Association Convention and they were inducted into the Minnesota Music Hall of Fame in 2007. The only bluegrass band ever nominated as “Artist of the Year” by the Minnesota Music Academy (MMA), Monroe Crossing won the 2003 MMA “Bluegrass Album of the Year” award. The group also took home four awards — for Female Vocalist, Guitar, Mandolin and Banjo — at the Minnesota Bluegrass and Old-Time Music Association’s 25th Anniversary Awards Banquet.

Visit Monroe Crossings Website


David Parmley & Cardinal Tradition – Thursday, Friday and Saturday

david-parmleyAll of these faces will be recognized by long time Bluegrass fans. This quintet has over 180 years of experience performing in the Bluegrass genre. 2016 is the breakout year for this configuration. All of the members have played together in different bands as well as the Original Bluegrass Cardinals or Continental Divide. As the name suggests, this band is bringing back the songs and sounds of The Bluegrass Cardinals. The Cardinals were at the top of the Bluegrass heap from 1976 to 1991. They will be bringing back the smooth three and four part harmonies the Cardinals were renowned for. They are also creating new recordings featuring great old Bluegrass Cardinal classics and new songs that fit perfectly with the originals.

Visit David Parmley and Cardinal Tradition website


Cedar Hill – Saturday only

Cedar Hill Bluegrass BandFormed by its patriarch and mandolin player Frank Ray some 40 years ago, Cedar Hill is a traditional Bluegrass band made up of five accomplished musicians and singers who have stayed true to their Ozark roots.

In 2008, Frank was honored by being inducted in to America’s Old Time Country Music Hall Of Fame in Anita, Iowa.

With Jim Bunch on banjo and vocals, Pete Brown on fiddle and vocals, Patti LaFleur on bass and vocals and Dan Stokely on guitar and lead vocals,you will be hard pressed to find a better traditional bluegrass band anywhere. Now settled into their own in the mainstream of the National bluegrass scene, Cedar Hill  has been pleasing audiences everywhere with their original, emotional, exciting brand of traditional Bluegrass!

Once you listen to Cedar Hill and there can be no doubt that traditional Bluegrass music not only exists, but thrives in the Ozark Mountains of Missouri and Arkansas! Honest, emotive original  songs, soulful, heartfelt vocals and great picking with drive is what Cedar Hill  is all about! Visit Cedar Hill’s Website


David Davis & The Warrior River Boys – Friday and Saturday

David Davis has come a long way since he first picked up the mandolin. As leader of the Warrior River Boys for nearly 25 years, he has seen many festivals, hotels, diners and overnight drives. Decidedly the most significant thing he’s seen in those years is the evolution of his music. From a strict adherence to the traditional style of bluegrass to a more contemporary sound, Davis has always strived to bring a fresh, sincere sound to his fans. Two Dimes And A Nickel is testament to this man’s ambition and is the latest installment in his life’s work.



High Fidelity – Friday and Saturday

The band consists of five stellar musicians and singers who are steeped in the sounds of tradition and outstanding in their field. Jeremy Stephens is the guitarist and lead vocalist for the group. He has worked as guitarist and singer for the world famous gospel group The Chuck Wagon Gang, as a multi-instrumentalist on the television show Ray Stevens’ Nashville, and most recently as a banjo player and singer with Jesse McReynolds & the Virginia Boys. Corrina Rose Logston is the fiddler and first harmony vocalist. She has worked as fiddler and singer with a who’s who of today’s traditional-based bluegrass performers, including David Peterson & 1946, Jesse McReynolds & the Virginia Boys, Chris Henry & the Hardcore Grass, and Jim Lauderdale. Kurt Stephenson handles the banjo duties and second harmony vocals. He is the 2010 National Bluegrass Banjo Champion at the Walnut Valley Festival in Winfield, Kansas, and is a staple performer of the greater west Tennessee area both as a sideman and with his own band, Stone County Connection. Vickie Vaughn is the bassist for the group. She has worked in recent years with Patty Loveless, The David Mayfield Parade, Valerie Smith & Liberty Pike, and she also fronts her own group, The Vickie Vaughn Band. Daniel Amick plays mandolin. He has won numerous contests and has worked most recently with Kody Norris & the Watauga Mountain Boys and Kenny & Amanda Smith

See the High Fidelity website


Purple Hulls – Thursday only

You could easily say these two musicians were born to make music together. Identical twins Katy Lou and Penny Lea Clark of The Purple Hulls were raised on a working family farm in the deep piney woods of East Texas, but that didn’t stop the  Texans from finding their way to the hills of Tennessee, specifically, Music City, where they began touring with various country artists and writing songs for Nashville’s largest publishing company, Sony Tree.

The Purple Hulls are no stranger to road life and are now blazing the trail as a dynamic sister duo, showcasing their unique sibling harmonies while ripping the strings off any instrument they can get their hands on. If you’re looking for authentic acoustic driven music delivered at its best, your search is over.


Visit the Purple Hulls website

Resonating Grace – Thursday and Friday

Billy Joe and Christina Grace home-school their 10 children. In addition to reading, writing and ’rithmetic, those lessons include music.

From those basic music lessons, the four older Grace children have advanced and now are the crux of the family band,

Resonating Grace, and hope for a successful career in the music industry. The younger children are waiting in the wings to join their siblings on stage.

Resonating Grace has performed locally at churches and at Toad Suck Daze in Conway, as well as regionally in Mountain View. The band has competed on a national level as well, participating in contests in Branson, Missouri, and Nashville, Tennessee.

Visit the Resonating Grace website


The Punches – Thursday only

The Punches are musical family group who make their home in Fredericktown Missouri, nestled in the heart of the Ozark Mountains. Mom and dad, as well as their twin girls (Brooke and Emily), all play instruments and sing.  They have been performing nationwide at churches, festivals, fairs and special events since 2009.  Additionally, they’ve been featured weekly on Great American Gospel TV and Great American Bluegrass TV on over 200 stations across America.

“The Punches Family are truly destined to become one of the top groups in Bluegrass and Gospel music.  They are not only talented musicians, but they are a family that is addictive, sweet, charming, cute, and full of spirit.  They are the real American family.  You’ve got to experience them to believe them.”

“Great harmonies, hard driving, and very entertaining!” Rhonda Vincent

Visit the Punches Family Band Website


Don’t miss our Spring Bluegrass Festival

March 7-9 2019


Rhonda Vincent

Michael Cleveland & The Flamekeepers

Special Concensus

Ralph Stanley II


Hickory Hill

The Baker Family


Redmong Keisler Band

…..and more

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