Rising Country Artist & Banjo Picker to Play at Williamson Co Fair

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Rising country artist and banjo picker Lockwood Barr is returning for the second year to perform at the Williamson County Fair on Thursday, August 10.

Lockwood, whose banjo playing was recently featured on the NASH FM morning show “Ty, Kelly and Chuck” during the popular “10 Minute Tune” segment, will take the Nissan Bluegrass Stage with her band at 6:30 p.m.

About Lockwood Barr
From the moment she steps into the spotlight and begins picking her banjo – her dad’s 1972 Gibson Mastertone to be exact – it’s undeniable that being on stage is where Lockwood Barr feels most at home. This California native songwriter and Vanderbilt graduate is currently gearing up for a string of appearances at songwriter festivals all over the country this Fall. The blue-eyed blonde released her most recent project, Signs Along the Road, last summer, which was produced by Matt Odmark of the Grammy Award-winning band Jars of Clay. “She has the goods…” writes Music Row Magazine. “Extremely promising.” For more information, visit www.LockwoodBarr.com.

About the Williamson County Fair

The Williamson County Fair runs through Aug 12th at the Ag Expo Center, 4215 Long Ln # 100, Franklin, TN 37064.

Admission to the fair is $7 for adults, $4 for children ages 6-12 and children 5 and under are free; however, the Fair has some great deals for you to take advantage. Find out how you can save money on your admission or even get in for free!

Learn more about the Williamson County Fair here.

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