See Sister Sadie, Kentucky Shine Perform Live in Owensboro

The Bluegrass Music Hall of Fame and Museum is bringing you a concert packed with talent from two different bands as part of its “Lost River Sessions” on May 18. This is an event proudly sponsored by Visit Owensboro, and we can guarantee you it’s worth the trip! 


Originally formed as a pickup band in 2012, Sister Sadie has since reached heights beyond any of their dreams. This Bluegrass band is comprised of five musicians who each bring a different skill to a team that creates some of the best Bluegrass music in the business. 


Together, the band creates a sound uniquely its own. Sister Sadie is part hard-driving bluegrass and part “the sound of the mountains themselves.” 


Sister Sadie has won numerous awards over the last few years, including 2020 IBMA Fiddle Player of the Year for Deanie Richardson, Vocal Group of the Year and Entertainer of the Year. In 2021, Sister Sadie took home another IBMA Vocal Group of the Year award, with newcomer Jaelee Roberts winning IBMA Momentum Vocalist of the Year. 


And that’s not all! In 2022, Gena Britt won the SPBGMA Banjo Player of the Year and Sister Sadie got started on their third album. 


To top it all off, Kentucky Shine will open for Sister Sadie at this concert. Hailing from our very own Owensboro, Kentucky, Kentucky Shine has been recognized as one of the region’s strongest emerging talents. 


Tickets for this show are $20 for adults and $15 for students.