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Cedar Ridge performance at Birchwood
Family Opry, 2017. From left, Merielle on
bass, Wesley on mandolin, Mike on guitar,
and Kevin on banjo.

Birchwood Family Opry north of
Chattanooga, in the community of
Birchwood, TN, has a good burger bar,
with soft drinks and snacks. A family-
friendly event with Bluegrass and Country
music alternating each Friday and
Saturday nights (but for the first weekend
of the month,)

This is an excellent venue with great sound
engineers that make it sound so good.
Come on out to dance and listen to some
good bands.
Cedar Ridge cools off after a performance at Edmond's Farm, Nine Mile Bluegrass Festival in 2017.
L - R, Kevin, Mike, Merielle, and Wesley.

Nine Mile Bluegrass Festival is one of our favorite venues in the Spring to Fall Bluegrass Festival
season. We usually get a booking for both the June and the September festivals put on by the
Edmonds and Shook families
at the Edmonds Family Farm.

This festival has
great jamming, picking around the campfire, and cloggers at the shows, as well as
ample camper and tent camping, a good breakfast and burger snack bar, and tons of
exceptional
regional bands. Nashville cats also find it within striking distance for some casual times with friends and
fans.
Come on out in mid June and early September for a truly relaxing, regional bluegrass festival with
a rural feeling.
Cedar Ridge
Silverdale Baptist Church in Ooltewah, TN hosts a wild-game dinner with bluegrass music
provided by
Cedar Ridge. L - R, Merielle, Wesley, Mike, Tommy, and Kevin.

This was our second performance for Silverdale BC, and our first with Tommy Martin on the
Dobro.

We will be happy to book your private event in the Eastern Tennessee, North Georgia, and
Southern Kentucky region. If you like hard driving bluegrass and heartfelt singing, please do
consider us for your next event.
Our performance at Cleveland Cowboy Church in 2016.
L - R, Emerald, Merielle, Mike, Kevin, and Wesley.

This is a casual, Friday night show held in the Cleveland (Tennessee) Cowboy Church. The
setting is a very nice sanctuary, for a come-as-you-are service with no sermon, just bluegrass and
gospel music for the inspirational takeaway. You will hear some terrific music any time you go.