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Alys Stephens Center Presents Rollin' In The Hay

Alys Stephens Center Presents Rollin' In The Hay

Apr 15th 20217pm

Mark your calendar for Thursday, April 15, and join us on the [virtual] dance floor for some foot-stompin’ music by Rollin’ In The Hay!

Rollin’ In The Hay is the epitome of high-octane groove grass with a touch of down-home foot-stompin’ or just simply Renegade Bluegrass. Long considered to be one of the forerunners of the “Newgrass” revolution in America, these savvy veterans have been thrilling fans coast to coast for years! Opening for everyone from Greg Allman, Moe, Charlie Daniels, The Doobie Brothers, Jerry Douglas, Alabama (this list could get LONG) to Widespread Panic, the unique sound of the Hay keeps fans coming back for more. Rollin’ In The Hay has six self-released CDs but also has done 15 nationally released instrumental tributes called the “Pickin’ On” series. With the approval of the band, there are tons of live “bootleg” shows on the internet. Based out of Birmingham, Alabama, the band uses www.rollininthehay.com as well as a very active facebook.com/rollininthehay to keep fans informed. Being listed in the Alabama Music Hall of Fame as “Music Achievers” is one of this bands proudest accomplishments!

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    UAB's Alys Stephens Center
    • 1200 10th Ave. S
    • Birmingham, AL 35205


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    Birmingham is located in the Birmingham & Tuscaloosa Area of the Central Alabama Region



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