This concert features Dr. Julie Lyn Barber's musical family sharing their celebration of music they have sung with their families for generations. The children play a washtub bass, and Hoosier Hot Shot style washboard while the parents play a variety of instruments including guitar, piano, harmonica and ukulele. Set lists are catered to highlight Indiana history through music from the hot jazz and gilded age eras, and some good old-fashioned Americana.
The concert will be at the Campground Amphitheatre and will feature songs that were enjoyed and sung by the people of Madison in and around 1920 as they undertook efforts to preserve “a bit of original Indiana” by building the park around the falls on Clifty Creek. This concert is open to everyone, you don't have to be staying in our campground. Simply park in the Campground Visitor Parking and make the short walk over to the Amphitheater.