‘Clinch River Breakdown’ is Friday at Museum of Appalachia

East Tennessee’s own WDVX and the Museum of Appalachia are teaming up to produce and present the “Clinch River Breakdown” live radio show at 7 p.m. Friday, Dec. 6.

The show will be held at the museum, and will eature performances by Ketch Secor of the Grammy award-winning Old Crow Medicine Show and International Bluegrass Music Association winner Molly Tuttle.

Tuttle is a 26-year-old multi-instrumentalist, songwriter, and vocalist who is rapidly becoming a sought-after headlining artist.

Secor, also a multi-instrumentalist, is the front man in the Old Crow Medicine Show, one of the most successful and celebrated bluegrass and old-time bands in recent memory.

The “Clinch River Breakdown” is a live radio show broadcast and webcast on WDVX at 89.9, 102.9 and 93.9 in East Tennessee, and can be heard live at wdvx.com.

The host of the “Clinch River Breakdown” is longtime Bluegrass artist Steve Gulley, and alongside him will be The Museum of Appalachia Band leader and storyteller John Alvis. WDVX and the Museum of Appalachia hope to sustain and produce this show on a monthly basis, beginning in early 2020.

WDVX General Manager Tony Lawson said, “We are very excited to work with the Museum of Appalachia to produce a live radio show that is very reflective of both organization’s missions.”

Museum of Appalachia President Elaine Meyer said, “WDVX is a longtime friend, neighbor and supporter of the Museum of Appalachia, and we are thrilled to partner with them on this radio show.”

A limited number of $25 tickets are on sale now at wdvx.com/event/clinch-river-breakdown/.