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Allegheny Mountain Radio On WDBJ7

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BATH COUNTY, Va. (WDBJ) – A celebration of music and the artists who are keeping bluegrass alive is planned for this month with the return of the Bath Bluegrass Jamboree.

The event is now in its 22nd year and it helps kick off the 2024 Spring Fundraiser for the radio station Allegheny Mountain Radio.

Families are encouraged to come listen to bands like the Williamson Branch, Southern Rail Express, and Ruckus Bluegrass Band on Saturday, April 13 in the auditorium of Bath County High School.

Tickets are $15 for adults and $5 for teens ages 13 to 18.

The Allegheny Mountain Radio has been bringing local music and content to the region for 44 years and this jamboree helps them continue their mission to entertain and keep bluegrass music alive.


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Danny Cardwell

Danny is the Station Coordinator for WCHG, and the host of our gospel and country hours on Wednesdays 10:00 am to noon. He and his wife Renee Cardwell live with a spoiled dog (Toddie) in Hot Springs. Danny is a Deacon at Piney Grove Baptist Church in Hot Springs. He operates and is a site administrator and featured writer for the website He has been a frequent contributor to The Hal Ginsberg Morning Show, All Politics Are Local, and Politics Done Right. Danny has tutored, lectured, and mentored at risk youth in churches, group homes, and inside the Virginia Department Corrections. He serves on the board of directors for Preservation Bath and chairs the Bath Community Hospital Patient Advisory board.

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