Bluegrass musicians held an informal jam session Friday afternoon under the grandstand during the Walnut Valley Festival. On the left is two-time banjo contest winner (2008 and ’15) Steven Moore. To his left is David Mayfield playing the mandolin. Rick Thum is playing the hammer dulcimer while to his left is Doug Fochner playing the guitar, both from Eureka Mo. Thum had the Rick Thum Dulcimer Luthier booth under the grandstand. Listening in the background is Louis Moore, Steven’s dad, both from Bethesda, Ohio.
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