St. Stephen's Episcopal Church
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The Bluegrass Bash @ St. Stephen's 2014

Coming Friday, September 26, 5-8 p.m.!
Rebecca Frazier and Hit & Run!
The Bluegrass Bash is a family event that includes great music, food and fun for all ages. The event is open to all and will be held in our parking lot.
We'll have food available for purchase, as well as beverages (non-alcoholic and alcoholic). There will be free activities for kids, as well.

No coolers are permitted, but lawn chairs, blankets and dancin' shoes are encouraged. Parking is free, and the event will go on, rain or shine!


Online ticket sales are closed. Advance tickets are available until 4:30 p.m. Friday in the parish office: Adults $10 | Children age 11 and under $7 | Children age 2 and under free | Family maximum $30
You may also purchase tickets at the event: Adults $12, Children 11 and under $9, Family $35. 
Proceeds benefit St. Stephen's ministries. Read about our golf tournament to benefit outreach ministries (September 25) here.
About our headliner
Rebecca Frazier achieved notoriety in the bluegrass world as the first woman ever to appear on the cover of Flatpicking Guitar Magazine. But it is her vocal prowess and song writing chops that make her one of the most exciting new artists to emerge on the national bluegrass stage. WHEN WE FALL is her long awaited solo debut and it is already garnering praise from bluegrass fans and critics in the know. Accompanying Frasier on the album of original songs and tunes are some of the finest players in bluegrass including Barry Bales – bass (Alison Krauss and Union Station), Scott Vestal – banjo (Sam Bush), Ron Block – banjo (Alison Krauss and Union Station), John Frasier – mandolin (John Cowan, Jim Lauderdale) and more. The album places Frazier right in the line behind the bluegrass women that preceeded her—the driving track “Ain’t Gonna Work Tomorrow” is reminiscent of the early recordings of Alison Krauss while instrumentals such as “Virginia Coastline” and “Clifftop” give a tip of the hat to guitar legends Tony Rice and the late jazz guitarist Emily Remler, about whom Frasier wrote her Honors Senior Thesis at the University of Michigan. Taken as a whole, Frazier is a triple threat and her multi faceted musicianship is sure to place her at the top of the crop of up and coming leading ladies in bluegrass.