The National Folk Festival Presents Joe Mullins & the Radio Ramblers as Bluegrass Genre Artist
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“The richness and variety of American culture never ceases to amaze. The National Folk Festival brings together all of these astonishing artists—who represent so many different facets of our nation’s cultural landscape—in one place. Each one of them is a national treasure. It’s going to be a very special 75th anniversary year,” said Julia Olin, Executive Director of the National Council for the Traditional Arts (NCTA), which is co-producing the Festival with ArtsGreensboro.
Of their participation in the National Folk Festival, Joe Mullins states, "I attended the National Folk Festival for the first time in the 1990s when the NCTA brought it to Dayton, Ohio. The multi-cultural atmosphere is something I really appreciate. We have entertained at NCTA events in Montana and Massachusetts over the past couple of years. Entertaining and workshopping at the National event will let us introduce Bluegrass to thousands of new fans. Plus, Greensboro is already a great bluegrass market so we expect long time fans to join us for an exciting weekend!"