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Del McCoury will highlight opening night at N.C. Folk Festival

GREENSBORO — Legendary bluegrass musician Del McCoury and his band will perform on opening night of the three-day N.C. Folk Festival on Sept. 10 in center city. After a year in which the COVID-19 pandemic prompted the 2020 festival to go virtual, “We are feeling very blessed to be emerging from that now,” Amy Grossmann, festival president and chief executive officer, told city and festival officials gathered at Center City Park.
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Justin Moses – ‘My Baby’s Gone’ (featuring Del McCoury)

Two-time IBMA Dobro Player of the Year, Justin Moses is widely known as one of the finest multi-instrumentalists in acoustic music. Other recent accolades and appearances put him on stage alongside Ricky Skaggs at the 2018 CMA Awards in addition to being featured in the PBS special Country Music: Live at the Ryman in conjunction with Ken Burns’ Country Music documentary in 2019. Now a prominent Nashville session player, Justin Moses recently had his own display at the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum as a part of its “American Currents” exhibit. He has appeared on stage or in studio with such diverse artists as Alison Krauss, Del McCoury, Garth Brooks, Emmylou Harris, Brad Paisley, Joe Diffie, Jerry Douglas, Vince Gill, Bruce Hornsby, Peter Frampton, Rosanne Cash, Dwight Yoakam, and Barry Gibb.
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Song Premiere: Justin Moses “My Baby’s Gone” (feat. Del McCoury)

On January 22, Mountain Fever Records will release Justin Moses’ new album Fall Like Rain. In October the International Bluegrass Music Association named Moses the Resophonic Guitar Player of the Year, an honor he also received in 2018 for his stellar work on the dobro. Moses plays multiple instruments on the new record, including mandolin and banjo along with various guitars. He produced Fall Like Rain himself and enlisted numerous guests, starting with his wife Sierra Hall, as well as Del McCoury, Dan Tyminksi, Jerry Douglas, Shawn Lane, Stuart Duncan, Bryan Sutton, Michael Cleveland, Jason Carter and many others.