Top bluegrass Gospel band to appear

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The # 1 Bluegrass Gospel band in America, The Farm Hands, will bring their 2014 Tour to Woodbury on Sunday, March 30th, 11:00 a.m. at the First United Methodist Church, 502 W. High Street in Woodbury.

The Nashville, Tennessee based band received 14 Bluegrass Music Award nominations in 2014, including 'Entertainer of the Year'. They tour over 150 dates each year, performing on some of the most prestigious stages in America. Their latest album, "In A Country Town" was 2013's Bluegrass Album on the Year.

Bass player/ vocalist Daryl Mosley and Dobro player Tim Graves started the Farm Hands in 2011 after a decade of performing as part of Nashville’s Grand Ole Opry. Mosley is a 2-time Male Vocalist of the Year nominee as well as the award winning songwriter of (Ask The Blind Man) He Saw It All- one of the top 35 Gospel songs of all time. Graves, who is the nephew of Uncle Josh Graves from Lester Flatt and Earl Scruggs' Foggy Mountain Boys is a Grammy award winner and an 9 time recipient of bluegrass music's 'Dobro Player of the Year' award.

The band also features songwriter and Banjo Player of the Year nominee Bennie Boling and multi-instrumentalist Jesse Turner. Boling has written songs recorded by the Oak Ridge Boys, Gene Watson and others. Turner has worked extensively as a touring and studio musician with some of the top names in bluegrass music.

Admission is free for the concert but seating is limited. For more information about the contact, please contact First United Methodist Church.

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