Next Jam  at the SWCC Oct. 15, 2017

Membership for 2017 now available

A single membership is just $10 and $15 for two at the same address. The membership and newsletters would start now allowing the holder to purchase weekend tickets to the Memorial and Labor day festivals at a $5 discount!

Find the membership form here.

Kroger Community Rewards

The NIBGA is now enrolled with Kroger Community Rewards. Each time you shop, Kroger will donate a percentage of their profits to the organization (and at no additional charge to you)! 😀

Please help us out, and follow the link below to enroll. If you do not already have an account created with Kroger, you can use your existing Kroger card and your email address to sign up!

http://www.krogercommunityrewards.com

Northern Indiana Bluegrass' Kroger number is: 82398, or search for "Northern Indiana Bluegrass" during the enrollment process.

There are a LOT of Kroger affiliated stores such as Baker's Supermarkets, Barclay Jewelers, City Market, Dillons Food Stores, Food 4 Less, Foods Co., Fox's Jewelers, Fred Meyer, Fry's Food & Drug, Gerbes Super Markets, Harris Teeter, Jay C, King Soopers, Kroger, Kwik Shop, Lily's, Littman Jewelers, Loaf 'N Jug, Owen's, Pay Less Super Markets, QFC, Ralphs, Roundy's, Pick 'n Save, Mariano's Fresh Market, Metro Market, Copps, Ruler Foods, Scott's, Smith's, Tom Thumb, Turkey Hill

 
2017 Memorial weekend Bands hired
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IMMEDIATE RELEASE
April 19, 2017

Ronnie Deaton, known to many as an incredible Bluegrass Lead Singer and Guitarist from Versailles, Indiana, announced today, he decided to depart from a previous situation to pursue his own desires to tour with his own band. The band will consist of talented, seasoned musicians with the commitment to bring the best possible traditional, exciting shows to fans and venues across the country.

Appearing throughout Indiana, Ohio, Tennessee and Kentucky since he was 15 years old and raised in Hazard, Kentucky, Ronnie has played solo, with bands and with well know Artists over the years in Churches, Festivals, Benefits and Private Events. Now, with many years of experience, knowledge, a strong lead singer, an ear for perfect harmony vocals, accompanied by his guitar playing makes any appearance an enjoyable experience for those looking for good, solid and consistent entertainment … at every show! He is always a favorite with audiences and never fails to get standing ovations and call backs to the stage to that famous line of the Bluegrass, Country and Gospel fans, “ONE MORE….”.

Ronnie has been influenced by The Bluegrass Album Band, Doyle Lawson, The Stanley Brothers, Flatt & Scruggs, just to mention a few. Well known for his performance of the popular song, “Rose Colored Glasses”, one requested often, Tearing Pine Mountain Down, Tupelo County Jail and Observation, a beautiful Gospel song co-written by Ronnie Deaton and George Farler.

“News is traveling fast” stated Ronnie Deaton. After hearing of Ronnie’s recent decision to depart from a previous situation, Booking Agents, Promoters and many well know Bluegrass Artists have been contacting Ronnie, congratulating him on his decision and new venture and stating, “This is long overdue”. Bookings have been coming in as the word has gotten around about Ronnie’s changes. Dates and locations of upcoming shows will be posted soon.

Web Site, Promotions are currently being prepared, as Ronnie will be working with Bella Johnson, Promoter, Booking Agent and Publicist out of Columbus, Ohio. For Bookings or additional information, contact Bella at 614-519-6447.

Ronnie would like to thank his family and friends for giving him their generous sincere support to pursue his dream of playing music and make these changes. He would also like to thank his Lord and Savior Jesus Christ for blessing him with musical abilities and for his family.

We hope you will all make plans to join us at one our shows in your area. If we aren’t booked in your area, have your local Festival, Venue or Special Event Coordinator contact us, we would welcome the opportunity to come be with you. ... See MoreSee Less

IMMEDIATE RELEASE 
April 19, 2017

Ronnie Deaton, known to many as an incredible Bluegrass Lead Singer and Guitarist from Versailles, Indiana, announced today, he decided to depart from a previous situation to pursue his own desires to tour with his own band.  The band will consist of talented, seasoned musicians with the commitment to bring the best possible traditional, exciting shows to fans and venues across the country.

Appearing throughout Indiana, Ohio, Tennessee and Kentucky since he was 15 years old and raised in Hazard, Kentucky, Ronnie has played solo, with bands and with well know Artists over the years in Churches, Festivals, Benefits and Private Events.  Now, with many years of experience, knowledge, a strong lead singer, an ear for perfect harmony vocals, accompanied by his guitar playing makes any appearance an enjoyable experience for those looking for good, solid and consistent entertainment … at every show!  He is always a favorite with audiences and never fails to get standing ovations and call backs to the stage to that famous line of the Bluegrass, Country and Gospel fans,  “ONE MORE….”.

Ronnie has been influenced by The Bluegrass Album Band, Doyle Lawson, The Stanley Brothers, Flatt & Scruggs, just to mention a few.  Well known for his performance of the popular song, “Rose Colored Glasses”, one requested often, Tearing Pine Mountain Down, Tupelo County Jail and Observation, a beautiful Gospel song co-written by Ronnie Deaton and George Farler.

“News is traveling fast” stated Ronnie Deaton.  After hearing of Ronnie’s recent decision to depart from a previous situation, Booking Agents, Promoters and many well know Bluegrass Artists have been contacting Ronnie, congratulating him on his decision and new venture and stating, “This is long overdue”. Bookings have been coming in as the word has gotten around about Ronnie’s changes.  Dates and locations of upcoming shows will be posted soon.

Web Site, Promotions are currently being prepared, as Ronnie will be working with Bella Johnson, Promoter, Booking Agent and Publicist out of Columbus, Ohio.  For Bookings or additional information, contact Bella at 614-519-6447.

Ronnie would like to thank his family and friends for giving him their generous sincere support to pursue his dream of playing music and make these changes.   He would also like to thank his Lord and Savior Jesus Christ for blessing him with musical abilities and for his family.

We hope you will all make plans to join us at one our shows in your area.  If we aren’t booked in your area, have your local Festival, Venue or Special Event Coordinator contact us, we would welcome the opportunity to come be with you.

We received this info from Krogers today. We need more folks to designate NIBGA as their Community Rewards. How to is at our web page Bluegrassusa.net.

Your supporters (7 households) who shopped at Kroger between 12-31-2016 and 3-30-2017 (Cycle 2017, Qtr 1) have contributed to your $25.64 total donation. ... See MoreSee Less

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Krogers has bought many, many small groceries. You have to look hard to tell if it is a Kroger's.

I am suprised that only 7 households shop at Kroger's. that is sad.. but nice to know my dollars spent counted

There is no Kroger that I am aware of in the Marion, Ind area.

6 days ago

Drew Howard

Where is the location for NIBGA Memorial Day weekend festival?? ... See MoreSee Less

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Kendallville

It is at the fairgrounds in Kendallville, Indiana. Just off of route 6, about 1/2 hour from Fort Wayne. 580 N. Fair Street is the address if you are using a GPS. I just get on Route 6 and drive until I see hundreds of campers set up... LOL.

We have someone looking for open jams in the Decatur, IN area this summer. Can you provide suggestions? ... See MoreSee Less

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The gills every Friday night. Just outside Decatur. I will have to find address.