2019 Season Sponsors
Yadkin Arts Council
WLA Trucking Visit Winston-Salem


The Blue Ridge Music Center
700 Foothills Rd
Galax, VA 24333
Milepost 213 on
The Blue Ridge Parkway

Music Center Info Call:
(276) 236-5309
Concert & Ticket Info Call:
(866) 308-2773 x 212


2020 Hours of Operation:

BRMC will reopen as allowed by Federal and State of VA Guidelines on mass gatherings

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If You Come To a Show

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Steep Canyon Rangers 
& Chatham Rabbits  

Saturday, August 15th @ 7:00 PM

$30 advance / $35 day of show


Steep Canyon Rangers 

Po' Ramblin' Boys

Steep Canyon Rangers are Asheville, North Carolina’s Grammy winners, perennial Billboard chart-toppers, and frequent collaborators of the renowned banjoist (and occasional comedian) Steve Martin. Most recently, the band has has teamed up with Philadelphia soul legends Boyz II Men and their hometown Asheville Symphony to completely overhaul the Rangers’ original “Be Still Moses,” which was first recorded on their 2007 breakout album Lovin' Pretty Women.

Steep Canyon Rangers also recently released their North Carolina Songbook album on Record Store Day, 11/29/19. This is a recording of their live performance of all North Carolina Songwriters performed earlier this year at Merlefest.

The Rangers are made up of Woody Platt on guitar and vocals, Graham Sharp on banjo and vocals, Mike Guggino on mandolin/mandola and vocals, Nicky Sanders on fiddle and vocals, Mike Ashworth on drums and vocals, and Barrett Smith on bass and vocals.


Chatham Rabbits

Chatham Rabbits

The husband and wife team of Austin and Sarah McCombie make up the folk duo Chatham Rabbits. Their musical journey began when Austin spotted Sarah onstage in 2013, opening for Mandolin Orange. With Sarah on banjo and Austin on guitar, they are known for their tight harmonies on originals and old-time mountain songs.

Sarah, a North Carolina native, began her music career with the old-time band, The South Carolina Broadcasters as a lead vocalist and banjo player. For Austin, Southern music always played an essential role in his upbringing. His parents, from Wilmington, N.C., showed him country classics and beach music standards while his relatives in southeastern Virginia immersed him in bluegrass.