After staging a festival for four decades (and counting), we’ve built up quite a rich history of strummers and singers. By name, year or alphabetical order, you can search our long lineup of past performers and learn more about the folks who get your hands clapping and your feet moving every summer.

Bluegils R' Us flopped their way across the Battle Ground stage with vintage country, old-time, Hawaiian, jugband and everything in between.  Individually they may be better known as Barb...

The Bluegrass Power Company hailed from the Fort Wayne, Indiana area.  Led by fiddler Jason Mowery, The BPC was a high energy brand of bluegrass/newgrass that appeared in 2000. 

If you wanted to hear what vintage country music sounded like live in the 1920s and 1930s, Bob and Gail were the real deal. They brought the old traditions alive with humor and an energetic...

Faithful to timeless Southern Traditions, Bob Carlin has taken the distinctive “clawhammer” banjo style to appreciate audiences worldwide.

Tom C. Fouts, nicknamed Stubby for his stature, left Indiana Central University after a year, and in 1938 formed a band with five friends.