YET ANOTHER NICE SUMMER SUNDAY CONCERT
SERIES IN SWEET & SUNNY DOWNTOWN OXFORD
6 PM – 8 PM Mostly
Bottom Line at Shippen Manor on
From the hills of eastern Kentucky and
carrying on the tradition of the birthplace and the history of
bluegrass music, Bottom Line, a high energy band offers traditional
and contemporary sounds of bluegrass and bluegrass gospel music. This
free upbeat bluegrass concert will be on the lawn of Shippen Manor on
Sunday, August 6 at 6 PM.
All of the members of Bottom Line are
from Greenup County, Kentucky and bring hard hitting bluegrass music
that lets the audience feel the music. Bottom Line features Ned Crisp
on banjo and as lead singer while Don Rambo plays the bass and has an
incredible voice that ranges from bass to tenor. John Manifold plays
guitar featuring a unique flat picking style that sets him apart from
the rest. Byran Ross's dobro playing complements the band and his
vocals make the rock solid sound Bottom line is known for while Zack
Rambo plays the mandolin and contributes vocals.
free event starts at 6 P.M.
and is sponsored by the Warren County Cultural & Heritage Commission,
supported by the Warren County Freeholders, and is funded in part by
the New Jersey State Council on the Arts, a Partner Agency of the
National Endowment for the Arts. The lawn at Shippen Manor is
reasonably accessible and accessible lavatories are available.
Blankets or Lawn Chairs, a Picnic, a Couple of Friends & Your Best
Relaxing Mood on Sunday, starting at 6 PM on the Shippen
Manor Lawn in Oxford. Individuals preferring speech or hearing assistance may call
the relay service at 711.
the restored 18th century iron master's mansion, is located 1/4 mile
west of the Route 31/Wall Street intersection in Oxford, on Belvidere
Avenue. Parking is limited and visitors are encouraged to park on
nearby Washington Avenue. Handicapped parking is available at the
Manor. There is no admission fee. For further information, please call