Inside the Peacham Congregational Church, the pews are gently curved so that every member of the congregation has an easy view of the pulpit — or, in this case, center stage. Bob Amos, 54, stands up there, wearing a wide-brim hat and a banjo slung over his shoulder. He taps gently on microphones as part of the sound check, while several musicians tune their instruments.
Amos is the leader of Catamount Crossing, a bluegrass band that’s about to kick off the Saturday-night showcase at the Peacham Acoustic Music Festival.... Read more
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