Bluegrass Hall of Fame member Roland White has made music for more than sixty years. He performed with his brother, Clarence White, in the Kentucky Colonels, then played with Bill Monroe, Lester Flatt, Country Gazette, and the Nashville Bluegrass Band before forming the Roland White Band. Jim Lauderdale is a country, bluegrass, and Americana singer-songwriter. He has released more than thirty studio albums, and his songs have been recorded by Solomon Burke, Elvis Costello, the Dixie Chicks, Vince Gill, George Jones, Patty Loveless, Blake Shelton, Ralph Stanley, George Strait, and Lee Ann Womack. The two musicians recently released Jim Lauderdale and Roland White, an album that was recorded in Earl Scruggs’s Nashville basement in 1979, but was lost for almost forty years. Lauderdale and White will be accompanied by Diane Bouska and Brian Christianson. Ford Theater. The program will be streamed live at www.countrymusichalloffame.org/streaming.
Admission is included with Museum ticket or Museum membership. Seating is limited.