B.A.N.D. Audio CD Anthology of North Dakota Bluegrass Bands 1985- Present

Featuring 16 selections from these groups:  Light at the River,  Crossroads, Family
Ties, Cotton Wood, The Charley Family, Spiritwood Creek, The Missouri River Boys,
Stoney Run, & Flickertail Holler.

"The quality level of the playing and recording on the North Dakota Bluegrass Band
Sampler is certain to raise the profile of North Dakota Bluegrass."  - Phil Nusbaum,
Bluegrass Saturday Morning.

CD's are $15 plus $2.50 postage & handling.  Email jandrus.60@gmail.com to order -
Allow two weeks for delivery.
Because many B.A.N.D. sanctioned concerts are held at Cross Ranch State Park we offer the following driving directions.

From Washburn
* Just north of Washburn turn south at the junction of US Highway 83 and Highway 200.
* Follow Highway 200 for about 4.4 miles southwest to Hensler; then,

From Hensler
* Just across the railroad tracks west of Hensler turn south on Hensler Road (28th Ave.  SW).
* Drive Hensler Road approximately 5.5 miles south to 16th St. SW and turn east.  
* Drive east 4.4 miles on 16th St. SW to the junction of Highway 1806.
* Turn north on Highway 1806 and proceed about 2 miles to Cross Ranch State Park sign.
* Turn east and drive about 1/4 mile east under the railroad tracks.
On Saturday the bluegrass band to see is the Steep
Canyon Rangers.  This nationally renowned group will treat you to
some great picking, singing, and outstanding song-writing.

Other roots performers include: Ryan Bingham, Jeremy
Messersmith, William Elliott Whitmore, Baskery, Elevate Rock
School, Cornmeal, Johnson Family Band, Gabe Douglas, T&L
Schwartz Family, Boots, Diane Miller, Steve Earle and Shawn
Colvin, JD McPherson, Mike Doughty, Joe Pug, Guy Davis,
Monroe Crossing (Gospel Hour Set), Head For the Hills, The
Boys N the Barrels, the Lowest Pair, Barbara Jean, and
Tucker’d Out.
On Sunday the great bluegrass continues with Monroe
Crossing, the region’s finest bluegrass band.

On Friday, September 19 Monroe Crossing will be
right back in the area to perform a concert at Jamestown's
Farmers Union (1415 12th Avenue SE).  The concert will begin
at 7:30 PM (doors open at 6:45 PM) with all tickets being sold at
the door.

Sponsored by the Jamestown Arts Center. Tickets are $15.00
for Arts Center members and $20.00 for non-members. For
more information call 701-251-2496.
Roots on the Red, a new Americana Music Festival is set for Moorhead, Minnesota September 6th and 7th at the Bluestem
Center for the Arts, 801 50th Ave SW.  This family-friendly event has a great lineup of  performers and a couple outstanding  
bluegrass bands.  For more information on the Roots on the Red Festival, go to