Join storyteller and musician Jim Lloyd for a campfire, s’mores, and some spine-tingling mountain tales!
A multi-instrumentalist best known for his banjo and guitar work, Jim Lloyd’s musical roots extend back through at least four generations of fiddlers, guitar players, dancers and singers from the mountains of Virginia and West Virginia. Lloyd is a barber, musician, and storyteller, who lives, works, and plays in Rural Retreat, Virginia. His performance credits include IBMA’s World of Bluegrass, Mountain Stage, the John C. Campbell Folk School, and the Birthplace of Country Music Alliance. For more about Jim Lloyd: https://jimlloydappalachianmusician.com/
Presented by the Ramsey Center for Regional Studies in partnership with MHU Campus Activities Board. The event will take place on Chapel Field, behind Broyhill Chapel on the campus of Mars Hill University.
This event is free and all (campus and community) are welcome.