2019 Art on the Parish Green Musicians

(2021 Musicians to be Announced)


Indian Creek

Indian Creek is a group of friends who began playing together about 9 years ago when several of us were just beginning to learn to play our instruments. We simply got together to have fun, and one day someone put us on a stage! We are a group consisting of Bob & Mary Quinn and Roy Kimball on guitars, Mike Renn on banjo, Jim Wolfe on mandolin, Jimmy Wolfe on fiddle, and Rhonda Wolfe on upright bass … and we still simply get together to have fun!



Couples Molly and Cameron Howard and Terry and Bernie Mudd-White are Homeplace. Together they share a variety of acoustic music that include 3 and 4-part vocals of original songs and familiar favorites. Homeplace offers something for everyone.


The Jamey Aebersold Jazz Quartet

The quartet consists of internationally renowned Jamey Aebersold playing the saxophone, Steve Allee playing piano, Tyrone Wheeler playing bass, and Jonathan Higgins playing the drums. In addition to entertaining audiences with their musical performances, the quartet also mentors fellow musicians. Each July, the members teach at the Summer Jazz Workshops held at the University of Louisville. These weeklong workshops provide an intensive learning experience for musicians of all ages and skill levels.


Sentimental Journeys

Sentimental Journeys is a duo who enjoys sharing all classic songs from the 30’s through the 70’s. In their own words, “We take our audience on their own sentimental journey into their past. Highlighting some of the amazing ways we all, young and old, are connected by the music we experience throughout our lives. Our music spans over time. 30’s, 40’s, 50’s, 60’s a few 70’s favorites."


YoungsTown Parade

Tyler Youngs and Christiana Lawrence, both locals of New Albany, Indiana, founded YoungsTown Parade in 2011, as an acoustic duo. Both are singer-songwriters and have extensive musical histories. Their primary focus is on their originals; having a folk, rock, blues feel, however they also know a wide variety of covers. - See more at: http://youngstownparade.com


Third Street Garage Band

The Third Street Garage Band is composed of John Dillman and Bob Svatos on lead & rhythm guitars, Mike Barney on bass guitar, and Tracy Farmer on keyboard.  They perform vintage classic rock and roll mixed with blues entertaining audiences all over the area.



Bluegrass Church Service (Music by Homeplace)

The Griffins

Donna and Wes Griffin have performed traditional music of the 1800s in Indiana state parks for the past 25 years on folk instruments including hammered and mountain dulcimers, guitar, bodhran, dulcimette and melodeon. As former teachers, they enjoy performing at farmers markets, community gatherings, and festivals that bring young and old up close. You will also hear Americana and Roots music as well as familiar tunes from the folk revival of the 60s and 70s. As Steve Earle says, "There's a message in the music, everybody sing along".

Summer Breeze Duo

Lonnie Bryant and Nancy Ricketts have played for many private and public events in the Kentuckiana area in the past 10 years.  Their music is a mix of Jazz, Blues, Old Classics, and Country.

Hillbilly Revival Band

This five-piece bluegrass band from Louisville covers a lot of musical territory. From traditional to progressive, influences span Bill Monroe and Jimmy Martin to John Hartford and The Rolling Stones. Find complete info, videos and contacts at: www.hillbillyrevival.com or email us hillbillyrevival@gmail.com. 

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/hillbillyrevivalband/


The Buzzard Rock String Band

The Buzzard Rock String Band has been Louisville’s premier string band for over four decades. They have appeared throughout the country at places like the Philadelphia Folk Festival, the Walnut Valley Festival, the Carter Fold, and many times at the KFC Bluegrass Music Festival to name a few. The band has numerous Radio and TV appearances to their credit including many times on “Kentucky Homefront”, two times on NPR’s “Mountain Stage”, the Old Town School of Folk Music’s “Flea Market” and Nashville Network’s TV show “New Country”. Their 1988 album for June Appal Records “I’ve Got the Blues for My Kentucky Home” was actually nominated for a Grammy. Television, radio, dances, weddings, funerals. You name it, they’ve played it. Current members are Harry Bickel, Jack Ashworth, Marshall Shelor, John Schroeder and Mike Schroeder. Sit back and listen, join in or simply pat your feet. Most of all, enjoy!


Songs from the Sanctuary

Time / Saturday / Sunday

Noon  / Loren Miller, vocalist / David Hunt, singer/songwriter/guitarist
1:00pm / Historic Church Tour / Historic Church Tour
1:30pm / Lollipop & Sunshine String Quartet / Hedden Music Club String Group
2:15pm / Organists Ann Barbieri & Cindy Wood / Michael Kovatch on Accordion
3:00pm / Historic Church Tour / Historic Church Tour
3:45pm / Cello Duet w Jackie Novotny Amend & Bryce Cahill / Musicians, TBA


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