Tomlinson appears on Bluegrass Express Live


Courtesy photo On Oct. 8, bluegrass band Sunrise Ridge of Letcher County — Shawn Stamper, guitar and vocals; Taylyn Combs, guitar and vocals; Whitney Stamper, bass and vocals; and Jack Adams, banjo and vocals; and newest member Natalie Tomlinson, fiddle, of Harlan County — opened up for the Grammy and IBMA award-winning and frequent Grand Ole Opry performers (not members) Russell Moore & IIIrd Tyme Out on the internationally broadcasted radio show Bluegrass Express Live at the Appalshop in Whitesburg. At the end of the show, IIIrd Tyme Out topped the night off by inviting Sunrise Ridge back on stage for a grand finale of “Rocky Top.”


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On Oct. 8, bluegrass band Sunrise Ridge of Letcher County — Shawn Stamper, guitar and vocals; Taylyn Combs, guitar and vocals; Whitney Stamper, bass and vocals; and Jack Adams, banjo and vocals; and newest member Natalie Tomlinson, fiddle, of Harlan County — opened up for the Grammy and IBMA award-winning and frequent Grand Ole Opry performers (not members) Russell Moore & IIIrd Tyme Out on the internationally broadcasted radio show Bluegrass Express Live at the Appalshop in Whitesburg. At the end of the show, IIIrd Tyme Out topped the night off by inviting Sunrise Ridge back on stage for a grand finale of “Rocky Top.”

Courtesy photo On Oct. 8, bluegrass band Sunrise Ridge of Letcher County — Shawn Stamper, guitar and vocals; Taylyn Combs, guitar and vocals; Whitney Stamper, bass and vocals; and Jack Adams, banjo and vocals; and newest member Natalie Tomlinson, fiddle, of Harlan County — opened up for the Grammy and IBMA award-winning and frequent Grand Ole Opry performers (not members) Russell Moore & IIIrd Tyme Out on the internationally broadcasted radio show Bluegrass Express Live at the Appalshop in Whitesburg. At the end of the show, IIIrd Tyme Out topped the night off by inviting Sunrise Ridge back on stage for a grand finale of “Rocky Top.”
http://harlandaily.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/10/web1_Tomlinson.jpgCourtesy photo On Oct. 8, bluegrass band Sunrise Ridge of Letcher County — Shawn Stamper, guitar and vocals; Taylyn Combs, guitar and vocals; Whitney Stamper, bass and vocals; and Jack Adams, banjo and vocals; and newest member Natalie Tomlinson, fiddle, of Harlan County — opened up for the Grammy and IBMA award-winning and frequent Grand Ole Opry performers (not members) Russell Moore & IIIrd Tyme Out on the internationally broadcasted radio show Bluegrass Express Live at the Appalshop in Whitesburg. At the end of the show, IIIrd Tyme Out topped the night off by inviting Sunrise Ridge back on stage for a grand finale of “Rocky Top.”
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