"I heard rock and roll music for the first time when I was 10, and right away, it just changed everything. I heard blues for the first time when I was 12. I got the 'Paul Butterfield Blues Band' album, and it changed everything."
They were honest-to-goodness glad to be together and to perform for the people for whom their family had played for generations. That's how it is with family. That's how it is with Trampled Under Foot.
After a short break, Danielle was back on stage for her short acoustic set. The 2014 BMA winner showed that she is equally talented in on a six string too.
The crowd assembled for this day's lineup was the biggest in the festival's history.
Jarekus Singleton! Ronnie Earl! James Cotton! Real-deal blues graced the Pocono Mountains last weekend; find out why you should discover this Pennsylvania treasure!