Photos: Uncle Dave Macon Days, 2014

The 37th annual Uncle Dave Macon Days took place in Murfreesboro last weekend. What began as some impromptu banjo pickin’ on the town square in 1978 has evolved into a full-fledged, three-day old time music festival at the Cannonsburgh Historic Village.

WPLN photographer Stephen Jerkins was there. Here are some of his photos (click photos for larger versions):

Vendor at the festival, selling instruments, strings and accessoriesThe Mid-State Cloggers performing at the Dixie Dew Drop Stage

The Mid-State Cloggers performing at the Dixie Dew Drop Stage

Cannonsburgh VillageTreble Chunn showcasing clogging prowess in the Clogging Junior Competition. The Impromptu pickin' parties around the Cannonsburgh Village

Impromptu pickin' parties around the Cannonsburgh Village

Impromptu pickin' parties around the Cannonsburgh Village

A boy named EliImproptu pickin' circleSpectators at the main stage, listening to the Treble Chunn and his craft banjoRoland White (yellow shirt), Leroy Troy (banjo player) and the Tennessee Mafia Jug Band performing at the main stageFestival goers enjoying music at the main stage
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