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Recurring Event Event Series: Greg Morton & Jim Stanley

Greg Morton & Jim Stanley

July 3, 2020 @ 5:30 pm - 9:00 pm

Greg’s travels eventually brought him to Tucson, Arizona. Far from the hills of Tennessee, Greg found that the ‘high lonesome’ sounds of bluegrass music were already reverberating through the canyons of the Sonoran Desert in southern Arizona. Joined with a rotating cast of musicians, ths bluegrass night is sure not to disappoint. <!–more–>

Tucson is home to a very active bluegrass music community. In 1995, Greg Morton won the Arizona State Guitar Championship. In 2001, 2002, and 2004, Greg won the extremely prestigious TAMMIES Award (Tucson Area Music Awards) for Best Acoustic Guitarist. He was runner-up in 2003. Greg’s band, the “Greg Morton Trio”, won the TAMMIES Award for Best Country &amp; Western Band in 2003, and Best Bluegrass Band in 2004.

Details

Date:
July 3, 2020
Time:
5:30 pm - 9:00 pm
Series:

Venue

La Cocina

Greg’s travels eventually brought him to Tucson, Arizona. Far from the hills of Tennessee, Greg found that the ‘high lonesome’ sounds of bluegrass music were already reverberating through the canyons of the Sonoran Desert in southern Arizona. Joined with a rotating cast of musicians, ths bluegrass night is sure not to disappoint. <!–more–>

Tucson is home to a very active bluegrass music community. In 1995, Greg Morton won the Arizona State Guitar Championship. In 2001, 2002, and 2004, Greg won the extremely prestigious TAMMIES Award (Tucson Area Music Awards) for Best Acoustic Guitarist. He was runner-up in 2003. Greg’s band, the “Greg Morton Trio”, won the TAMMIES Award for Best Country &amp; Western Band in 2003, and Best Bluegrass Band in 2004.

Details

Date:
October 23, 2020
Time:
5:30 pm - 9:00 pm
Series:

Venue

La Cocina

Greg’s travels eventually brought him to Tucson, Arizona. Far from the hills of Tennessee, Greg found that the ‘high lonesome’ sounds of bluegrass music were already reverberating through the canyons of the Sonoran Desert in southern Arizona. Joined with a rotating cast of musicians, ths bluegrass night is sure not to disappoint. <!–more–>

Tucson is home to a very active bluegrass music community. In 1995, Greg Morton won the Arizona State Guitar Championship. In 2001, 2002, and 2004, Greg won the extremely prestigious TAMMIES Award (Tucson Area Music Awards) for Best Acoustic Guitarist. He was runner-up in 2003. Greg’s band, the “Greg Morton Trio”, won the TAMMIES Award for Best Country &amp; Western Band in 2003, and Best Bluegrass Band in 2004.

Details

Date:
February 12, 2021
Time:
5:30 pm - 9:00 pm
Series:

Venue

La Cocina

Greg’s travels eventually brought him to Tucson, Arizona. Far from the hills of Tennessee, Greg found that the ‘high lonesome’ sounds of bluegrass music were already reverberating through the canyons of the Sonoran Desert in southern Arizona. Joined with a rotating cast of musicians, ths bluegrass night is sure not to disappoint. <!–more–>

Tucson is home to a very active bluegrass music community. In 1995, Greg Morton won the Arizona State Guitar Championship. In 2001, 2002, and 2004, Greg won the extremely prestigious TAMMIES Award (Tucson Area Music Awards) for Best Acoustic Guitarist. He was runner-up in 2003. Greg’s band, the “Greg Morton Trio”, won the TAMMIES Award for Best Country &amp; Western Band in 2003, and Best Bluegrass Band in 2004.

Details

Date:
June 4, 2021
Time:
5:30 pm - 9:00 pm
Series:

Venue

La Cocina

Greg’s travels eventually brought him to Tucson, Arizona. Far from the hills of Tennessee, Greg found that the ‘high lonesome’ sounds of bluegrass music were already reverberating through the canyons of the Sonoran Desert in southern Arizona. Joined with a rotating cast of musicians, ths bluegrass night is sure not to disappoint. <!–more–>

Tucson is home to a very active bluegrass music community. In 1995, Greg Morton won the Arizona State Guitar Championship. In 2001, 2002, and 2004, Greg won the extremely prestigious TAMMIES Award (Tucson Area Music Awards) for Best Acoustic Guitarist. He was runner-up in 2003. Greg’s band, the “Greg Morton Trio”, won the TAMMIES Award for Best Country &amp; Western Band in 2003, and Best Bluegrass Band in 2004.

Details

Date:
September 24, 2021
Time:
5:30 pm - 9:00 pm
Series:

Venue

La Cocina

Greg’s travels eventually brought him to Tucson, Arizona. Far from the hills of Tennessee, Greg found that the ‘high lonesome’ sounds of bluegrass music were already reverberating through the canyons of the Sonoran Desert in southern Arizona. Joined with a rotating cast of musicians, ths bluegrass night is sure not to disappoint. <!–more–>

Tucson is home to a very active bluegrass music community. In 1995, Greg Morton won the Arizona State Guitar Championship. In 2001, 2002, and 2004, Greg won the extremely prestigious TAMMIES Award (Tucson Area Music Awards) for Best Acoustic Guitarist. He was runner-up in 2003. Greg’s band, the “Greg Morton Trio”, won the TAMMIES Award for Best Country &amp; Western Band in 2003, and Best Bluegrass Band in 2004.

Details

Date:
January 14
Time:
5:30 pm - 9:00 pm
Series:

Venue

La Cocina

Greg’s travels eventually brought him to Tucson, Arizona. Far from the hills of Tennessee, Greg found that the ‘high lonesome’ sounds of bluegrass music were already reverberating through the canyons of the Sonoran Desert in southern Arizona. Joined with a rotating cast of musicians, ths bluegrass night is sure not to disappoint. <!–more–>

Tucson is home to a very active bluegrass music community. In 1995, Greg Morton won the Arizona State Guitar Championship. In 2001, 2002, and 2004, Greg won the extremely prestigious TAMMIES Award (Tucson Area Music Awards) for Best Acoustic Guitarist. He was runner-up in 2003. Greg’s band, the “Greg Morton Trio”, won the TAMMIES Award for Best Country &amp; Western Band in 2003, and Best Bluegrass Band in 2004.

Details

Date:
May 6
Time:
5:30 pm - 9:00 pm
Series:

Venue

La Cocina

Greg’s travels eventually brought him to Tucson, Arizona. Far from the hills of Tennessee, Greg found that the ‘high lonesome’ sounds of bluegrass music were already reverberating through the canyons of the Sonoran Desert in southern Arizona. Joined with a rotating cast of musicians, ths bluegrass night is sure not to disappoint. <!–more–>

Tucson is home to a very active bluegrass music community. In 1995, Greg Morton won the Arizona State Guitar Championship. In 2001, 2002, and 2004, Greg won the extremely prestigious TAMMIES Award (Tucson Area Music Awards) for Best Acoustic Guitarist. He was runner-up in 2003. Greg’s band, the “Greg Morton Trio”, won the TAMMIES Award for Best Country &amp; Western Band in 2003, and Best Bluegrass Band in 2004.

Details

Date:
August 26
Time:
5:30 pm - 9:00 pm
Series:

Venue

La Cocina

Greg’s travels eventually brought him to Tucson, Arizona. Far from the hills of Tennessee, Greg found that the ‘high lonesome’ sounds of bluegrass music were already reverberating through the canyons of the Sonoran Desert in southern Arizona. Joined with a rotating cast of musicians, ths bluegrass night is sure not to disappoint. <!–more–>

Tucson is home to a very active bluegrass music community. In 1995, Greg Morton won the Arizona State Guitar Championship. In 2001, 2002, and 2004, Greg won the extremely prestigious TAMMIES Award (Tucson Area Music Awards) for Best Acoustic Guitarist. He was runner-up in 2003. Greg’s band, the “Greg Morton Trio”, won the TAMMIES Award for Best Country &amp; Western Band in 2003, and Best Bluegrass Band in 2004.

Details

Date:
December 23
Time:
5:30 pm - 9:00 pm
Series:

Venue

La Cocina

Greg’s travels eventually brought him to Tucson, Arizona. Far from the hills of Tennessee, Greg found that the ‘high lonesome’ sounds of bluegrass music were already reverberating through the canyons of the Sonoran Desert in southern Arizona. Joined with a rotating cast of musicians, ths bluegrass night is sure not to disappoint. <!–more–>

Tucson is home to a very active bluegrass music community. In 1995, Greg Morton won the Arizona State Guitar Championship. In 2001, 2002, and 2004, Greg won the extremely prestigious TAMMIES Award (Tucson Area Music Awards) for Best Acoustic Guitarist. He was runner-up in 2003. Greg’s band, the “Greg Morton Trio”, won the TAMMIES Award for Best Country &amp; Western Band in 2003, and Best Bluegrass Band in 2004.

Details

Date:
April 14, 2023
Time:
5:30 pm - 9:00 pm
Series:

Venue

La Cocina

Greg’s travels eventually brought him to Tucson, Arizona. Far from the hills of Tennessee, Greg found that the ‘high lonesome’ sounds of bluegrass music were already reverberating through the canyons of the Sonoran Desert in southern Arizona. Joined with a rotating cast of musicians, ths bluegrass night is sure not to disappoint. <!–more–>

Tucson is home to a very active bluegrass music community. In 1995, Greg Morton won the Arizona State Guitar Championship. In 2001, 2002, and 2004, Greg won the extremely prestigious TAMMIES Award (Tucson Area Music Awards) for Best Acoustic Guitarist. He was runner-up in 2003. Greg’s band, the “Greg Morton Trio”, won the TAMMIES Award for Best Country &amp; Western Band in 2003, and Best Bluegrass Band in 2004.

Details

Date:
August 4, 2023
Time:
5:30 pm - 9:00 pm
Series:

Venue

La Cocina

Greg’s travels eventually brought him to Tucson, Arizona. Far from the hills of Tennessee, Greg found that the ‘high lonesome’ sounds of bluegrass music were already reverberating through the canyons of the Sonoran Desert in southern Arizona. Joined with a rotating cast of musicians, ths bluegrass night is sure not to disappoint. <!–more–>

Tucson is home to a very active bluegrass music community. In 1995, Greg Morton won the Arizona State Guitar Championship. In 2001, 2002, and 2004, Greg won the extremely prestigious TAMMIES Award (Tucson Area Music Awards) for Best Acoustic Guitarist. He was runner-up in 2003. Greg’s band, the “Greg Morton Trio”, won the TAMMIES Award for Best Country &amp; Western Band in 2003, and Best Bluegrass Band in 2004.

Details

Date:
November 24, 2023
Time:
5:30 pm - 9:00 pm
Series:

Venue

La Cocina

Greg’s travels eventually brought him to Tucson, Arizona. Far from the hills of Tennessee, Greg found that the ‘high lonesome’ sounds of bluegrass music were already reverberating through the canyons of the Sonoran Desert in southern Arizona. Joined with a rotating cast of musicians, ths bluegrass night is sure not to disappoint. <!–more–>

Tucson is home to a very active bluegrass music community. In 1995, Greg Morton won the Arizona State Guitar Championship. In 2001, 2002, and 2004, Greg won the extremely prestigious TAMMIES Award (Tucson Area Music Awards) for Best Acoustic Guitarist. He was runner-up in 2003. Greg’s band, the “Greg Morton Trio”, won the TAMMIES Award for Best Country &amp; Western Band in 2003, and Best Bluegrass Band in 2004.

Details

Date:
March 15, 2024
Time:
5:30 pm - 9:00 pm
Series:

Venue

La Cocina

Greg’s travels eventually brought him to Tucson, Arizona. Far from the hills of Tennessee, Greg found that the ‘high lonesome’ sounds of bluegrass music were already reverberating through the canyons of the Sonoran Desert in southern Arizona. Joined with a rotating cast of musicians, ths bluegrass night is sure not to disappoint. <!–more–>

Tucson is home to a very active bluegrass music community. In 1995, Greg Morton won the Arizona State Guitar Championship. In 2001, 2002, and 2004, Greg won the extremely prestigious TAMMIES Award (Tucson Area Music Awards) for Best Acoustic Guitarist. He was runner-up in 2003. Greg’s band, the “Greg Morton Trio”, won the TAMMIES Award for Best Country &amp; Western Band in 2003, and Best Bluegrass Band in 2004.

Details

Date:
July 5, 2024
Time:
5:30 pm - 9:00 pm
Series:

Venue

La Cocina

Greg’s travels eventually brought him to Tucson, Arizona. Far from the hills of Tennessee, Greg found that the ‘high lonesome’ sounds of bluegrass music were already reverberating through the canyons of the Sonoran Desert in southern Arizona. Joined with a rotating cast of musicians, ths bluegrass night is sure not to disappoint. <!–more–>

Tucson is home to a very active bluegrass music community. In 1995, Greg Morton won the Arizona State Guitar Championship. In 2001, 2002, and 2004, Greg won the extremely prestigious TAMMIES Award (Tucson Area Music Awards) for Best Acoustic Guitarist. He was runner-up in 2003. Greg’s band, the “Greg Morton Trio”, won the TAMMIES Award for Best Country &amp; Western Band in 2003, and Best Bluegrass Band in 2004.

Details

Date:
April 12, 2019
Time:
5:30 pm - 9:00 pm
Series:

Venue

La Cocina

Greg’s travels eventually brought him to Tucson, Arizona. Far from the hills of Tennessee, Greg found that the ‘high lonesome’ sounds of bluegrass music were already reverberating through the canyons of the Sonoran Desert in southern Arizona. Joined with a rotating cast of musicians, ths bluegrass night is sure not to disappoint. <!–more–>

Tucson is home to a very active bluegrass music community. In 1995, Greg Morton won the Arizona State Guitar Championship. In 2001, 2002, and 2004, Greg won the extremely prestigious TAMMIES Award (Tucson Area Music Awards) for Best Acoustic Guitarist. He was runner-up in 2003. Greg’s band, the “Greg Morton Trio”, won the TAMMIES Award for Best Country &amp; Western Band in 2003, and Best Bluegrass Band in 2004.

Details

Date:
August 2, 2019
Time:
5:30 pm - 9:00 pm
Series:

Venue

La Cocina

Greg’s travels eventually brought him to Tucson, Arizona. Far from the hills of Tennessee, Greg found that the ‘high lonesome’ sounds of bluegrass music were already reverberating through the canyons of the Sonoran Desert in southern Arizona. Joined with a rotating cast of musicians, ths bluegrass night is sure not to disappoint. <!–more–>

Tucson is home to a very active bluegrass music community. In 1995, Greg Morton won the Arizona State Guitar Championship. In 2001, 2002, and 2004, Greg won the extremely prestigious TAMMIES Award (Tucson Area Music Awards) for Best Acoustic Guitarist. He was runner-up in 2003. Greg’s band, the “Greg Morton Trio”, won the TAMMIES Award for Best Country &amp; Western Band in 2003, and Best Bluegrass Band in 2004.

Details

Date:
November 22, 2019
Time:
5:30 pm - 9:00 pm
Series:

Venue

La Cocina

Greg’s travels eventually brought him to Tucson, Arizona. Far from the hills of Tennessee, Greg found that the ‘high lonesome’ sounds of bluegrass music were already reverberating through the canyons of the Sonoran Desert in southern Arizona. Joined with a rotating cast of musicians, ths bluegrass night is sure not to disappoint. <!–more–>

Tucson is home to a very active bluegrass music community. In 1995, Greg Morton won the Arizona State Guitar Championship. In 2001, 2002, and 2004, Greg won the extremely prestigious TAMMIES Award (Tucson Area Music Awards) for Best Acoustic Guitarist. He was runner-up in 2003. Greg’s band, the “Greg Morton Trio”, won the TAMMIES Award for Best Country &amp; Western Band in 2003, and Best Bluegrass Band in 2004.

Details

Date:
March 13, 2020
Time:
5:30 pm - 9:00 pm
Series:

Venue

La Cocina

Greg’s travels eventually brought him to Tucson, Arizona. Far from the hills of Tennessee, Greg found that the ‘high lonesome’ sounds of bluegrass music were already reverberating through the canyons of the Sonoran Desert in southern Arizona. Joined with a rotating cast of musicians, ths bluegrass night is sure not to disappoint. <!–more–>

Tucson is home to a very active bluegrass music community. In 1995, Greg Morton won the Arizona State Guitar Championship. In 2001, 2002, and 2004, Greg won the extremely prestigious TAMMIES Award (Tucson Area Music Awards) for Best Acoustic Guitarist. He was runner-up in 2003. Greg’s band, the “Greg Morton Trio”, won the TAMMIES Award for Best Country &amp; Western Band in 2003, and Best Bluegrass Band in 2004.

Details

Date:
July 10, 2020
Time:
5:30 pm - 9:00 pm
Series:

Venue

La Cocina

Greg’s travels eventually brought him to Tucson, Arizona. Far from the hills of Tennessee, Greg found that the ‘high lonesome’ sounds of bluegrass music were already reverberating through the canyons of the Sonoran Desert in southern Arizona. Joined with a rotating cast of musicians, ths bluegrass night is sure not to disappoint. <!–more–>

Tucson is home to a very active bluegrass music community. In 1995, Greg Morton won the Arizona State Guitar Championship. In 2001, 2002, and 2004, Greg won the extremely prestigious TAMMIES Award (Tucson Area Music Awards) for Best Acoustic Guitarist. He was runner-up in 2003. Greg’s band, the “Greg Morton Trio”, won the TAMMIES Award for Best Country &amp; Western Band in 2003, and Best Bluegrass Band in 2004.

Details

Date:
October 30, 2020
Time:
5:30 pm - 9:00 pm
Series:

Venue

La Cocina

Greg’s travels eventually brought him to Tucson, Arizona. Far from the hills of Tennessee, Greg found that the ‘high lonesome’ sounds of bluegrass music were already reverberating through the canyons of the Sonoran Desert in southern Arizona. Joined with a rotating cast of musicians, ths bluegrass night is sure not to disappoint. <!–more–>

Tucson is home to a very active bluegrass music community. In 1995, Greg Morton won the Arizona State Guitar Championship. In 2001, 2002, and 2004, Greg won the extremely prestigious TAMMIES Award (Tucson Area Music Awards) for Best Acoustic Guitarist. He was runner-up in 2003. Greg’s band, the “Greg Morton Trio”, won the TAMMIES Award for Best Country &amp; Western Band in 2003, and Best Bluegrass Band in 2004.

Details

Date:
February 19, 2021
Time:
5:30 pm - 9:00 pm
Series:

Venue

La Cocina

Greg’s travels eventually brought him to Tucson, Arizona. Far from the hills of Tennessee, Greg found that the ‘high lonesome’ sounds of bluegrass music were already reverberating through the canyons of the Sonoran Desert in southern Arizona. Joined with a rotating cast of musicians, ths bluegrass night is sure not to disappoint. <!–more–>

Tucson is home to a very active bluegrass music community. In 1995, Greg Morton won the Arizona State Guitar Championship. In 2001, 2002, and 2004, Greg won the extremely prestigious TAMMIES Award (Tucson Area Music Awards) for Best Acoustic Guitarist. He was runner-up in 2003. Greg’s band, the “Greg Morton Trio”, won the TAMMIES Award for Best Country &amp; Western Band in 2003, and Best Bluegrass Band in 2004.

Details

Date:
June 11, 2021
Time:
5:30 pm - 9:00 pm
Series:

Venue

La Cocina

Greg’s travels eventually brought him to Tucson, Arizona. Far from the hills of Tennessee, Greg found that the ‘high lonesome’ sounds of bluegrass music were already reverberating through the canyons of the Sonoran Desert in southern Arizona. Joined with a rotating cast of musicians, ths bluegrass night is sure not to disappoint. <!–more–>

Tucson is home to a very active bluegrass music community. In 1995, Greg Morton won the Arizona State Guitar Championship. In 2001, 2002, and 2004, Greg won the extremely prestigious TAMMIES Award (Tucson Area Music Awards) for Best Acoustic Guitarist. He was runner-up in 2003. Greg’s band, the “Greg Morton Trio”, won the TAMMIES Award for Best Country &amp; Western Band in 2003, and Best Bluegrass Band in 2004.

Details

Date:
October 1, 2021
Time:
5:30 pm - 9:00 pm
Series:

Venue

La Cocina

Greg’s travels eventually brought him to Tucson, Arizona. Far from the hills of Tennessee, Greg found that the ‘high lonesome’ sounds of bluegrass music were already reverberating through the canyons of the Sonoran Desert in southern Arizona. Joined with a rotating cast of musicians, ths bluegrass night is sure not to disappoint. <!–more–>

Tucson is home to a very active bluegrass music community. In 1995, Greg Morton won the Arizona State Guitar Championship. In 2001, 2002, and 2004, Greg won the extremely prestigious TAMMIES Award (Tucson Area Music Awards) for Best Acoustic Guitarist. He was runner-up in 2003. Greg’s band, the “Greg Morton Trio”, won the TAMMIES Award for Best Country &amp; Western Band in 2003, and Best Bluegrass Band in 2004.

Details

Date:
January 21
Time:
5:30 pm - 9:00 pm
Series:

Venue

La Cocina

Greg’s travels eventually brought him to Tucson, Arizona. Far from the hills of Tennessee, Greg found that the ‘high lonesome’ sounds of bluegrass music were already reverberating through the canyons of the Sonoran Desert in southern Arizona. Joined with a rotating cast of musicians, ths bluegrass night is sure not to disappoint. <!–more–>

Tucson is home to a very active bluegrass music community. In 1995, Greg Morton won the Arizona State Guitar Championship. In 2001, 2002, and 2004, Greg won the extremely prestigious TAMMIES Award (Tucson Area Music Awards) for Best Acoustic Guitarist. He was runner-up in 2003. Greg’s band, the “Greg Morton Trio”, won the TAMMIES Award for Best Country &amp; Western Band in 2003, and Best Bluegrass Band in 2004.

Details

Date:
May 13
Time:
5:30 pm - 9:00 pm
Series:

Venue

La Cocina

Greg’s travels eventually brought him to Tucson, Arizona. Far from the hills of Tennessee, Greg found that the ‘high lonesome’ sounds of bluegrass music were already reverberating through the canyons of the Sonoran Desert in southern Arizona. Joined with a rotating cast of musicians, ths bluegrass night is sure not to disappoint. <!–more–>

Tucson is home to a very active bluegrass music community. In 1995, Greg Morton won the Arizona State Guitar Championship. In 2001, 2002, and 2004, Greg won the extremely prestigious TAMMIES Award (Tucson Area Music Awards) for Best Acoustic Guitarist. He was runner-up in 2003. Greg’s band, the “Greg Morton Trio”, won the TAMMIES Award for Best Country &amp; Western Band in 2003, and Best Bluegrass Band in 2004.

Details

Date:
September 2
Time:
5:30 pm - 9:00 pm
Series:

Venue

La Cocina

Greg’s travels eventually brought him to Tucson, Arizona. Far from the hills of Tennessee, Greg found that the ‘high lonesome’ sounds of bluegrass music were already reverberating through the canyons of the Sonoran Desert in southern Arizona. Joined with a rotating cast of musicians, ths bluegrass night is sure not to disappoint. <!–more–>

Tucson is home to a very active bluegrass music community. In 1995, Greg Morton won the Arizona State Guitar Championship. In 2001, 2002, and 2004, Greg won the extremely prestigious TAMMIES Award (Tucson Area Music Awards) for Best Acoustic Guitarist. He was runner-up in 2003. Greg’s band, the “Greg Morton Trio”, won the TAMMIES Award for Best Country &amp; Western Band in 2003, and Best Bluegrass Band in 2004.

Details

Date:
December 30
Time:
5:30 pm - 9:00 pm
Series:

Venue

La Cocina

Greg’s travels eventually brought him to Tucson, Arizona. Far from the hills of Tennessee, Greg found that the ‘high lonesome’ sounds of bluegrass music were already reverberating through the canyons of the Sonoran Desert in southern Arizona. Joined with a rotating cast of musicians, ths bluegrass night is sure not to disappoint. <!–more–>

Tucson is home to a very active bluegrass music community. In 1995, Greg Morton won the Arizona State Guitar Championship. In 2001, 2002, and 2004, Greg won the extremely prestigious TAMMIES Award (Tucson Area Music Awards) for Best Acoustic Guitarist. He was runner-up in 2003. Greg’s band, the “Greg Morton Trio”, won the TAMMIES Award for Best Country &amp; Western Band in 2003, and Best Bluegrass Band in 2004.

Details

Date:
April 21, 2023
Time:
5:30 pm - 9:00 pm
Series:

Venue

La Cocina

Greg’s travels eventually brought him to Tucson, Arizona. Far from the hills of Tennessee, Greg found that the ‘high lonesome’ sounds of bluegrass music were already reverberating through the canyons of the Sonoran Desert in southern Arizona. Joined with a rotating cast of musicians, ths bluegrass night is sure not to disappoint. <!–more–>

Tucson is home to a very active bluegrass music community. In 1995, Greg Morton won the Arizona State Guitar Championship. In 2001, 2002, and 2004, Greg won the extremely prestigious TAMMIES Award (Tucson Area Music Awards) for Best Acoustic Guitarist. He was runner-up in 2003. Greg’s band, the “Greg Morton Trio”, won the TAMMIES Award for Best Country &amp; Western Band in 2003, and Best Bluegrass Band in 2004.

Details

Date:
August 11, 2023
Time:
5:30 pm - 9:00 pm
Series:

Venue

La Cocina

Greg’s travels eventually brought him to Tucson, Arizona. Far from the hills of Tennessee, Greg found that the ‘high lonesome’ sounds of bluegrass music were already reverberating through the canyons of the Sonoran Desert in southern Arizona. Joined with a rotating cast of musicians, ths bluegrass night is sure not to disappoint. <!–more–>

Tucson is home to a very active bluegrass music community. In 1995, Greg Morton won the Arizona State Guitar Championship. In 2001, 2002, and 2004, Greg won the extremely prestigious TAMMIES Award (Tucson Area Music Awards) for Best Acoustic Guitarist. He was runner-up in 2003. Greg’s band, the “Greg Morton Trio”, won the TAMMIES Award for Best Country &amp; Western Band in 2003, and Best Bluegrass Band in 2004.

Details

Date:
December 1, 2023
Time:
5:30 pm - 9:00 pm
Series:

Venue

La Cocina

Greg’s travels eventually brought him to Tucson, Arizona. Far from the hills of Tennessee, Greg found that the ‘high lonesome’ sounds of bluegrass music were already reverberating through the canyons of the Sonoran Desert in southern Arizona. Joined with a rotating cast of musicians, ths bluegrass night is sure not to disappoint. <!–more–>

Tucson is home to a very active bluegrass music community. In 1995, Greg Morton won the Arizona State Guitar Championship. In 2001, 2002, and 2004, Greg won the extremely prestigious TAMMIES Award (Tucson Area Music Awards) for Best Acoustic Guitarist. He was runner-up in 2003. Greg’s band, the “Greg Morton Trio”, won the TAMMIES Award for Best Country &amp; Western Band in 2003, and Best Bluegrass Band in 2004.

Details

Date:
March 22, 2024
Time:
5:30 pm - 9:00 pm
Series:

Venue

La Cocina

Greg’s travels eventually brought him to Tucson, Arizona. Far from the hills of Tennessee, Greg found that the ‘high lonesome’ sounds of bluegrass music were already reverberating through the canyons of the Sonoran Desert in southern Arizona. Joined with a rotating cast of musicians, ths bluegrass night is sure not to disappoint. <!–more–>

Tucson is home to a very active bluegrass music community. In 1995, Greg Morton won the Arizona State Guitar Championship. In 2001, 2002, and 2004, Greg won the extremely prestigious TAMMIES Award (Tucson Area Music Awards) for Best Acoustic Guitarist. He was runner-up in 2003. Greg’s band, the “Greg Morton Trio”, won the TAMMIES Award for Best Country &amp; Western Band in 2003, and Best Bluegrass Band in 2004.

Details

Date:
July 12, 2024
Time:
5:30 pm - 9:00 pm
Series:

Venue

La Cocina

Greg’s travels eventually brought him to Tucson, Arizona. Far from the hills of Tennessee, Greg found that the ‘high lonesome’ sounds of bluegrass music were already reverberating through the canyons of the Sonoran Desert in southern Arizona. Joined with a rotating cast of musicians, ths bluegrass night is sure not to disappoint. <!–more–>

Tucson is home to a very active bluegrass music community. In 1995, Greg Morton won the Arizona State Guitar Championship. In 2001, 2002, and 2004, Greg won the extremely prestigious TAMMIES Award (Tucson Area Music Awards) for Best Acoustic Guitarist. He was runner-up in 2003. Greg’s band, the “Greg Morton Trio”, won the TAMMIES Award for Best Country &amp; Western Band in 2003, and Best Bluegrass Band in 2004.

Details

Date:
April 19, 2019
Time:
5:30 pm - 9:00 pm
Series:

Venue

La Cocina

Greg’s travels eventually brought him to Tucson, Arizona. Far from the hills of Tennessee, Greg found that the ‘high lonesome’ sounds of bluegrass music were already reverberating through the canyons of the Sonoran Desert in southern Arizona. Joined with a rotating cast of musicians, ths bluegrass night is sure not to disappoint. <!–more–>

Tucson is home to a very active bluegrass music community. In 1995, Greg Morton won the Arizona State Guitar Championship. In 2001, 2002, and 2004, Greg won the extremely prestigious TAMMIES Award (Tucson Area Music Awards) for Best Acoustic Guitarist. He was runner-up in 2003. Greg’s band, the “Greg Morton Trio”, won the TAMMIES Award for Best Country &amp; Western Band in 2003, and Best Bluegrass Band in 2004.

Details

Date:
August 9, 2019
Time:
5:30 pm - 9:00 pm
Series:

Venue

La Cocina

Greg’s travels eventually brought him to Tucson, Arizona. Far from the hills of Tennessee, Greg found that the ‘high lonesome’ sounds of bluegrass music were already reverberating through the canyons of the Sonoran Desert in southern Arizona. Joined with a rotating cast of musicians, ths bluegrass night is sure not to disappoint. <!–more–>

Tucson is home to a very active bluegrass music community. In 1995, Greg Morton won the Arizona State Guitar Championship. In 2001, 2002, and 2004, Greg won the extremely prestigious TAMMIES Award (Tucson Area Music Awards) for Best Acoustic Guitarist. He was runner-up in 2003. Greg’s band, the “Greg Morton Trio”, won the TAMMIES Award for Best Country &amp; Western Band in 2003, and Best Bluegrass Band in 2004.

Details

Date:
November 29, 2019
Time:
5:30 pm - 9:00 pm
Series:

Venue

La Cocina

Greg’s travels eventually brought him to Tucson, Arizona. Far from the hills of Tennessee, Greg found that the ‘high lonesome’ sounds of bluegrass music were already reverberating through the canyons of the Sonoran Desert in southern Arizona. Joined with a rotating cast of musicians, ths bluegrass night is sure not to disappoint. <!–more–>

Tucson is home to a very active bluegrass music community. In 1995, Greg Morton won the Arizona State Guitar Championship. In 2001, 2002, and 2004, Greg won the extremely prestigious TAMMIES Award (Tucson Area Music Awards) for Best Acoustic Guitarist. He was runner-up in 2003. Greg’s band, the “Greg Morton Trio”, won the TAMMIES Award for Best Country &amp; Western Band in 2003, and Best Bluegrass Band in 2004.

Details

Date:
March 20, 2020
Time:
5:30 pm - 9:00 pm
Series:

Venue

La Cocina

Greg’s travels eventually brought him to Tucson, Arizona. Far from the hills of Tennessee, Greg found that the ‘high lonesome’ sounds of bluegrass music were already reverberating through the canyons of the Sonoran Desert in southern Arizona. Joined with a rotating cast of musicians, ths bluegrass night is sure not to disappoint. <!–more–>

Tucson is home to a very active bluegrass music community. In 1995, Greg Morton won the Arizona State Guitar Championship. In 2001, 2002, and 2004, Greg won the extremely prestigious TAMMIES Award (Tucson Area Music Awards) for Best Acoustic Guitarist. He was runner-up in 2003. Greg’s band, the “Greg Morton Trio”, won the TAMMIES Award for Best Country &amp; Western Band in 2003, and Best Bluegrass Band in 2004.

Details

Date:
July 17, 2020
Time:
5:30 pm - 9:00 pm
Series:

Venue

La Cocina

Greg’s travels eventually brought him to Tucson, Arizona. Far from the hills of Tennessee, Greg found that the ‘high lonesome’ sounds of bluegrass music were already reverberating through the canyons of the Sonoran Desert in southern Arizona. Joined with a rotating cast of musicians, ths bluegrass night is sure not to disappoint. <!–more–>

Tucson is home to a very active bluegrass music community. In 1995, Greg Morton won the Arizona State Guitar Championship. In 2001, 2002, and 2004, Greg won the extremely prestigious TAMMIES Award (Tucson Area Music Awards) for Best Acoustic Guitarist. He was runner-up in 2003. Greg’s band, the “Greg Morton Trio”, won the TAMMIES Award for Best Country &amp; Western Band in 2003, and Best Bluegrass Band in 2004.

Details

Date:
November 6, 2020
Time:
5:30 pm - 9:00 pm
Series:

Venue

La Cocina

Greg’s travels eventually brought him to Tucson, Arizona. Far from the hills of Tennessee, Greg found that the ‘high lonesome’ sounds of bluegrass music were already reverberating through the canyons of the Sonoran Desert in southern Arizona. Joined with a rotating cast of musicians, ths bluegrass night is sure not to disappoint. <!–more–>

Tucson is home to a very active bluegrass music community. In 1995, Greg Morton won the Arizona State Guitar Championship. In 2001, 2002, and 2004, Greg won the extremely prestigious TAMMIES Award (Tucson Area Music Awards) for Best Acoustic Guitarist. He was runner-up in 2003. Greg’s band, the “Greg Morton Trio”, won the TAMMIES Award for Best Country &amp; Western Band in 2003, and Best Bluegrass Band in 2004.

Details

Date:
February 26, 2021
Time:
5:30 pm - 9:00 pm
Series:

Venue

La Cocina

Greg’s travels eventually brought him to Tucson, Arizona. Far from the hills of Tennessee, Greg found that the ‘high lonesome’ sounds of bluegrass music were already reverberating through the canyons of the Sonoran Desert in southern Arizona. Joined with a rotating cast of musicians, ths bluegrass night is sure not to disappoint. <!–more–>

Tucson is home to a very active bluegrass music community. In 1995, Greg Morton won the Arizona State Guitar Championship. In 2001, 2002, and 2004, Greg won the extremely prestigious TAMMIES Award (Tucson Area Music Awards) for Best Acoustic Guitarist. He was runner-up in 2003. Greg’s band, the “Greg Morton Trio”, won the TAMMIES Award for Best Country &amp; Western Band in 2003, and Best Bluegrass Band in 2004.

Details

Date:
June 18, 2021
Time:
5:30 pm - 9:00 pm
Series:

Venue

La Cocina

Greg’s travels eventually brought him to Tucson, Arizona. Far from the hills of Tennessee, Greg found that the ‘high lonesome’ sounds of bluegrass music were already reverberating through the canyons of the Sonoran Desert in southern Arizona. Joined with a rotating cast of musicians, ths bluegrass night is sure not to disappoint. <!–more–>

Tucson is home to a very active bluegrass music community. In 1995, Greg Morton won the Arizona State Guitar Championship. In 2001, 2002, and 2004, Greg won the extremely prestigious TAMMIES Award (Tucson Area Music Awards) for Best Acoustic Guitarist. He was runner-up in 2003. Greg’s band, the “Greg Morton Trio”, won the TAMMIES Award for Best Country &amp; Western Band in 2003, and Best Bluegrass Band in 2004.

Details

Date:
October 8, 2021
Time:
5:30 pm - 9:00 pm
Series:

Venue

La Cocina

Greg’s travels eventually brought him to Tucson, Arizona. Far from the hills of Tennessee, Greg found that the ‘high lonesome’ sounds of bluegrass music were already reverberating through the canyons of the Sonoran Desert in southern Arizona. Joined with a rotating cast of musicians, ths bluegrass night is sure not to disappoint. <!–more–>

Tucson is home to a very active bluegrass music community. In 1995, Greg Morton won the Arizona State Guitar Championship. In 2001, 2002, and 2004, Greg won the extremely prestigious TAMMIES Award (Tucson Area Music Awards) for Best Acoustic Guitarist. He was runner-up in 2003. Greg’s band, the “Greg Morton Trio”, won the TAMMIES Award for Best Country &amp; Western Band in 2003, and Best Bluegrass Band in 2004.

Details

Date:
January 28
Time:
5:30 pm - 9:00 pm
Series:

Venue

La Cocina

Greg’s travels eventually brought him to Tucson, Arizona. Far from the hills of Tennessee, Greg found that the ‘high lonesome’ sounds of bluegrass music were already reverberating through the canyons of the Sonoran Desert in southern Arizona. Joined with a rotating cast of musicians, ths bluegrass night is sure not to disappoint. <!–more–>

Tucson is home to a very active bluegrass music community. In 1995, Greg Morton won the Arizona State Guitar Championship. In 2001, 2002, and 2004, Greg won the extremely prestigious TAMMIES Award (Tucson Area Music Awards) for Best Acoustic Guitarist. He was runner-up in 2003. Greg’s band, the “Greg Morton Trio”, won the TAMMIES Award for Best Country &amp; Western Band in 2003, and Best Bluegrass Band in 2004.

Details

Date:
May 20
Time:
5:30 pm - 9:00 pm
Series:

Venue

La Cocina

Greg’s travels eventually brought him to Tucson, Arizona. Far from the hills of Tennessee, Greg found that the ‘high lonesome’ sounds of bluegrass music were already reverberating through the canyons of the Sonoran Desert in southern Arizona. Joined with a rotating cast of musicians, ths bluegrass night is sure not to disappoint. <!–more–>

Tucson is home to a very active bluegrass music community. In 1995, Greg Morton won the Arizona State Guitar Championship. In 2001, 2002, and 2004, Greg won the extremely prestigious TAMMIES Award (Tucson Area Music Awards) for Best Acoustic Guitarist. He was runner-up in 2003. Greg’s band, the “Greg Morton Trio”, won the TAMMIES Award for Best Country &amp; Western Band in 2003, and Best Bluegrass Band in 2004.

Details

Date:
September 9
Time:
5:30 pm - 9:00 pm
Series:

Venue

La Cocina

Greg’s travels eventually brought him to Tucson, Arizona. Far from the hills of Tennessee, Greg found that the ‘high lonesome’ sounds of bluegrass music were already reverberating through the canyons of the Sonoran Desert in southern Arizona. Joined with a rotating cast of musicians, ths bluegrass night is sure not to disappoint. <!–more–>

Tucson is home to a very active bluegrass music community. In 1995, Greg Morton won the Arizona State Guitar Championship. In 2001, 2002, and 2004, Greg won the extremely prestigious TAMMIES Award (Tucson Area Music Awards) for Best Acoustic Guitarist. He was runner-up in 2003. Greg’s band, the “Greg Morton Trio”, won the TAMMIES Award for Best Country &amp; Western Band in 2003, and Best Bluegrass Band in 2004.

Details

Date:
January 6, 2023
Time:
5:30 pm - 9:00 pm
Series:

Venue

La Cocina

Greg’s travels eventually brought him to Tucson, Arizona. Far from the hills of Tennessee, Greg found that the ‘high lonesome’ sounds of bluegrass music were already reverberating through the canyons of the Sonoran Desert in southern Arizona. Joined with a rotating cast of musicians, ths bluegrass night is sure not to disappoint. <!–more–>

Tucson is home to a very active bluegrass music community. In 1995, Greg Morton won the Arizona State Guitar Championship. In 2001, 2002, and 2004, Greg won the extremely prestigious TAMMIES Award (Tucson Area Music Awards) for Best Acoustic Guitarist. He was runner-up in 2003. Greg’s band, the “Greg Morton Trio”, won the TAMMIES Award for Best Country &amp; Western Band in 2003, and Best Bluegrass Band in 2004.

Details

Date:
April 28, 2023
Time:
5:30 pm - 9:00 pm
Series:

Venue

La Cocina

Greg’s travels eventually brought him to Tucson, Arizona. Far from the hills of Tennessee, Greg found that the ‘high lonesome’ sounds of bluegrass music were already reverberating through the canyons of the Sonoran Desert in southern Arizona. Joined with a rotating cast of musicians, ths bluegrass night is sure not to disappoint. <!–more–>

Tucson is home to a very active bluegrass music community. In 1995, Greg Morton won the Arizona State Guitar Championship. In 2001, 2002, and 2004, Greg won the extremely prestigious TAMMIES Award (Tucson Area Music Awards) for Best Acoustic Guitarist. He was runner-up in 2003. Greg’s band, the “Greg Morton Trio”, won the TAMMIES Award for Best Country &amp; Western Band in 2003, and Best Bluegrass Band in 2004.

Details

Date:
August 18, 2023
Time:
5:30 pm - 9:00 pm
Series:

Venue

La Cocina

Greg’s travels eventually brought him to Tucson, Arizona. Far from the hills of Tennessee, Greg found that the ‘high lonesome’ sounds of bluegrass music were already reverberating through the canyons of the Sonoran Desert in southern Arizona. Joined with a rotating cast of musicians, ths bluegrass night is sure not to disappoint. <!–more–>

Tucson is home to a very active bluegrass music community. In 1995, Greg Morton won the Arizona State Guitar Championship. In 2001, 2002, and 2004, Greg won the extremely prestigious TAMMIES Award (Tucson Area Music Awards) for Best Acoustic Guitarist. He was runner-up in 2003. Greg’s band, the “Greg Morton Trio”, won the TAMMIES Award for Best Country &amp; Western Band in 2003, and Best Bluegrass Band in 2004.

Details

Date:
December 8, 2023
Time:
5:30 pm - 9:00 pm
Series:

Venue

La Cocina

Greg’s travels eventually brought him to Tucson, Arizona. Far from the hills of Tennessee, Greg found that the ‘high lonesome’ sounds of bluegrass music were already reverberating through the canyons of the Sonoran Desert in southern Arizona. Joined with a rotating cast of musicians, ths bluegrass night is sure not to disappoint. <!–more–>

Tucson is home to a very active bluegrass music community. In 1995, Greg Morton won the Arizona State Guitar Championship. In 2001, 2002, and 2004, Greg won the extremely prestigious TAMMIES Award (Tucson Area Music Awards) for Best Acoustic Guitarist. He was runner-up in 2003. Greg’s band, the “Greg Morton Trio”, won the TAMMIES Award for Best Country &amp; Western Band in 2003, and Best Bluegrass Band in 2004.

Details

Date:
March 29, 2024
Time:
5:30 pm - 9:00 pm
Series:

Venue

La Cocina

Greg’s travels eventually brought him to Tucson, Arizona. Far from the hills of Tennessee, Greg found that the ‘high lonesome’ sounds of bluegrass music were already reverberating through the canyons of the Sonoran Desert in southern Arizona. Joined with a rotating cast of musicians, ths bluegrass night is sure not to disappoint. <!–more–>

Tucson is home to a very active bluegrass music community. In 1995, Greg Morton won the Arizona State Guitar Championship. In 2001, 2002, and 2004, Greg won the extremely prestigious TAMMIES Award (Tucson Area Music Awards) for Best Acoustic Guitarist. He was runner-up in 2003. Greg’s band, the “Greg Morton Trio”, won the TAMMIES Award for Best Country &amp; Western Band in 2003, and Best Bluegrass Band in 2004.

Details

Date:
July 19, 2024
Time:
5:30 pm - 9:00 pm
Series:

Venue

La Cocina

Greg’s travels eventually brought him to Tucson, Arizona. Far from the hills of Tennessee, Greg found that the ‘high lonesome’ sounds of bluegrass music were already reverberating through the canyons of the Sonoran Desert in southern Arizona. Joined with a rotating cast of musicians, ths bluegrass night is sure not to disappoint. <!–more–>

Tucson is home to a very active bluegrass music community. In 1995, Greg Morton won the Arizona State Guitar Championship. In 2001, 2002, and 2004, Greg won the extremely prestigious TAMMIES Award (Tucson Area Music Awards) for Best Acoustic Guitarist. He was runner-up in 2003. Greg’s band, the “Greg Morton Trio”, won the TAMMIES Award for Best Country &amp; Western Band in 2003, and Best Bluegrass Band in 2004.

Details

Date:
January 4, 2019
Time:
5:30 pm - 9:00 pm
Series:

Venue

La Cocina

Greg’s travels eventually brought him to Tucson, Arizona. Far from the hills of Tennessee, Greg found that the ‘high lonesome’ sounds of bluegrass music were already reverberating through the canyons of the Sonoran Desert in southern Arizona. Joined with a rotating cast of musicians, ths bluegrass night is sure not to disappoint. <!–more–>

Tucson is home to a very active bluegrass music community. In 1995, Greg Morton won the Arizona State Guitar Championship. In 2001, 2002, and 2004, Greg won the extremely prestigious TAMMIES Award (Tucson Area Music Awards) for Best Acoustic Guitarist. He was runner-up in 2003. Greg’s band, the “Greg Morton Trio”, won the TAMMIES Award for Best Country &amp; Western Band in 2003, and Best Bluegrass Band in 2004.

Details

Date:
April 26, 2019
Time:
5:30 pm - 9:00 pm
Series:

Venue

La Cocina

Greg’s travels eventually brought him to Tucson, Arizona. Far from the hills of Tennessee, Greg found that the ‘high lonesome’ sounds of bluegrass music were already reverberating through the canyons of the Sonoran Desert in southern Arizona. Joined with a rotating cast of musicians, ths bluegrass night is sure not to disappoint. <!–more–>

Tucson is home to a very active bluegrass music community. In 1995, Greg Morton won the Arizona State Guitar Championship. In 2001, 2002, and 2004, Greg won the extremely prestigious TAMMIES Award (Tucson Area Music Awards) for Best Acoustic Guitarist. He was runner-up in 2003. Greg’s band, the “Greg Morton Trio”, won the TAMMIES Award for Best Country &amp; Western Band in 2003, and Best Bluegrass Band in 2004.

Details

Date:
August 16, 2019
Time:
5:30 pm - 9:00 pm
Series:

Venue

La Cocina

Greg’s travels eventually brought him to Tucson, Arizona. Far from the hills of Tennessee, Greg found that the ‘high lonesome’ sounds of bluegrass music were already reverberating through the canyons of the Sonoran Desert in southern Arizona. Joined with a rotating cast of musicians, ths bluegrass night is sure not to disappoint. <!–more–>

Tucson is home to a very active bluegrass music community. In 1995, Greg Morton won the Arizona State Guitar Championship. In 2001, 2002, and 2004, Greg won the extremely prestigious TAMMIES Award (Tucson Area Music Awards) for Best Acoustic Guitarist. He was runner-up in 2003. Greg’s band, the “Greg Morton Trio”, won the TAMMIES Award for Best Country &amp; Western Band in 2003, and Best Bluegrass Band in 2004.

Details

Date:
December 6, 2019
Time:
5:30 pm - 9:00 pm
Series:

Venue

La Cocina

Greg’s travels eventually brought him to Tucson, Arizona. Far from the hills of Tennessee, Greg found that the ‘high lonesome’ sounds of bluegrass music were already reverberating through the canyons of the Sonoran Desert in southern Arizona. Joined with a rotating cast of musicians, ths bluegrass night is sure not to disappoint. <!–more–>

Tucson is home to a very active bluegrass music community. In 1995, Greg Morton won the Arizona State Guitar Championship. In 2001, 2002, and 2004, Greg won the extremely prestigious TAMMIES Award (Tucson Area Music Awards) for Best Acoustic Guitarist. He was runner-up in 2003. Greg’s band, the “Greg Morton Trio”, won the TAMMIES Award for Best Country &amp; Western Band in 2003, and Best Bluegrass Band in 2004.

Details

Date:
March 27, 2020
Time:
5:30 pm - 9:00 pm
Series:

Venue

La Cocina

Greg’s travels eventually brought him to Tucson, Arizona. Far from the hills of Tennessee, Greg found that the ‘high lonesome’ sounds of bluegrass music were already reverberating through the canyons of the Sonoran Desert in southern Arizona. Joined with a rotating cast of musicians, ths bluegrass night is sure not to disappoint. <!–more–>

Tucson is home to a very active bluegrass music community. In 1995, Greg Morton won the Arizona State Guitar Championship. In 2001, 2002, and 2004, Greg won the extremely prestigious TAMMIES Award (Tucson Area Music Awards) for Best Acoustic Guitarist. He was runner-up in 2003. Greg’s band, the “Greg Morton Trio”, won the TAMMIES Award for Best Country &amp; Western Band in 2003, and Best Bluegrass Band in 2004.

Details

Date:
July 24, 2020
Time:
5:30 pm - 9:00 pm
Series:

Venue

La Cocina

Greg’s travels eventually brought him to Tucson, Arizona. Far from the hills of Tennessee, Greg found that the ‘high lonesome’ sounds of bluegrass music were already reverberating through the canyons of the Sonoran Desert in southern Arizona. Joined with a rotating cast of musicians, ths bluegrass night is sure not to disappoint. <!–more–>

Tucson is home to a very active bluegrass music community. In 1995, Greg Morton won the Arizona State Guitar Championship. In 2001, 2002, and 2004, Greg won the extremely prestigious TAMMIES Award (Tucson Area Music Awards) for Best Acoustic Guitarist. He was runner-up in 2003. Greg’s band, the “Greg Morton Trio”, won the TAMMIES Award for Best Country &amp; Western Band in 2003, and Best Bluegrass Band in 2004.

Details

Date:
November 13, 2020
Time:
5:30 pm - 9:00 pm
Series:

Venue

La Cocina

Greg’s travels eventually brought him to Tucson, Arizona. Far from the hills of Tennessee, Greg found that the ‘high lonesome’ sounds of bluegrass music were already reverberating through the canyons of the Sonoran Desert in southern Arizona. Joined with a rotating cast of musicians, ths bluegrass night is sure not to disappoint. <!–more–>

Tucson is home to a very active bluegrass music community. In 1995, Greg Morton won the Arizona State Guitar Championship. In 2001, 2002, and 2004, Greg won the extremely prestigious TAMMIES Award (Tucson Area Music Awards) for Best Acoustic Guitarist. He was runner-up in 2003. Greg’s band, the “Greg Morton Trio”, won the TAMMIES Award for Best Country &amp; Western Band in 2003, and Best Bluegrass Band in 2004.

Details

Date:
March 5, 2021
Time:
5:30 pm - 9:00 pm
Series:

Venue

La Cocina

Greg’s travels eventually brought him to Tucson, Arizona. Far from the hills of Tennessee, Greg found that the ‘high lonesome’ sounds of bluegrass music were already reverberating through the canyons of the Sonoran Desert in southern Arizona. Joined with a rotating cast of musicians, ths bluegrass night is sure not to disappoint. <!–more–>

Tucson is home to a very active bluegrass music community. In 1995, Greg Morton won the Arizona State Guitar Championship. In 2001, 2002, and 2004, Greg won the extremely prestigious TAMMIES Award (Tucson Area Music Awards) for Best Acoustic Guitarist. He was runner-up in 2003. Greg’s band, the “Greg Morton Trio”, won the TAMMIES Award for Best Country &amp; Western Band in 2003, and Best Bluegrass Band in 2004.

Details

Date:
June 25, 2021
Time:
5:30 pm - 9:00 pm
Series:

Venue

La Cocina

Greg’s travels eventually brought him to Tucson, Arizona. Far from the hills of Tennessee, Greg found that the ‘high lonesome’ sounds of bluegrass music were already reverberating through the canyons of the Sonoran Desert in southern Arizona. Joined with a rotating cast of musicians, ths bluegrass night is sure not to disappoint. <!–more–>

Tucson is home to a very active bluegrass music community. In 1995, Greg Morton won the Arizona State Guitar Championship. In 2001, 2002, and 2004, Greg won the extremely prestigious TAMMIES Award (Tucson Area Music Awards) for Best Acoustic Guitarist. He was runner-up in 2003. Greg’s band, the “Greg Morton Trio”, won the TAMMIES Award for Best Country &amp; Western Band in 2003, and Best Bluegrass Band in 2004.

Details

Date:
October 15, 2021
Time:
5:30 pm - 9:00 pm
Series:

Venue

La Cocina

Greg’s travels eventually brought him to Tucson, Arizona. Far from the hills of Tennessee, Greg found that the ‘high lonesome’ sounds of bluegrass music were already reverberating through the canyons of the Sonoran Desert in southern Arizona. Joined with a rotating cast of musicians, ths bluegrass night is sure not to disappoint. <!–more–>

Tucson is home to a very active bluegrass music community. In 1995, Greg Morton won the Arizona State Guitar Championship. In 2001, 2002, and 2004, Greg won the extremely prestigious TAMMIES Award (Tucson Area Music Awards) for Best Acoustic Guitarist. He was runner-up in 2003. Greg’s band, the “Greg Morton Trio”, won the TAMMIES Award for Best Country &amp; Western Band in 2003, and Best Bluegrass Band in 2004.

Details

Date:
February 4
Time:
5:30 pm - 9:00 pm
Series:

Venue

La Cocina

Greg’s travels eventually brought him to Tucson, Arizona. Far from the hills of Tennessee, Greg found that the ‘high lonesome’ sounds of bluegrass music were already reverberating through the canyons of the Sonoran Desert in southern Arizona. Joined with a rotating cast of musicians, ths bluegrass night is sure not to disappoint. <!–more–>

Tucson is home to a very active bluegrass music community. In 1995, Greg Morton won the Arizona State Guitar Championship. In 2001, 2002, and 2004, Greg won the extremely prestigious TAMMIES Award (Tucson Area Music Awards) for Best Acoustic Guitarist. He was runner-up in 2003. Greg’s band, the “Greg Morton Trio”, won the TAMMIES Award for Best Country &amp; Western Band in 2003, and Best Bluegrass Band in 2004.

Details

Date:
May 27
Time:
5:30 pm - 9:00 pm
Series:

Venue

La Cocina

Greg’s travels eventually brought him to Tucson, Arizona. Far from the hills of Tennessee, Greg found that the ‘high lonesome’ sounds of bluegrass music were already reverberating through the canyons of the Sonoran Desert in southern Arizona. Joined with a rotating cast of musicians, ths bluegrass night is sure not to disappoint. <!–more–>

Tucson is home to a very active bluegrass music community. In 1995, Greg Morton won the Arizona State Guitar Championship. In 2001, 2002, and 2004, Greg won the extremely prestigious TAMMIES Award (Tucson Area Music Awards) for Best Acoustic Guitarist. He was runner-up in 2003. Greg’s band, the “Greg Morton Trio”, won the TAMMIES Award for Best Country &amp; Western Band in 2003, and Best Bluegrass Band in 2004.

Details

Date:
September 16
Time:
5:30 pm - 9:00 pm
Series:

Venue

La Cocina

Greg’s travels eventually brought him to Tucson, Arizona. Far from the hills of Tennessee, Greg found that the ‘high lonesome’ sounds of bluegrass music were already reverberating through the canyons of the Sonoran Desert in southern Arizona. Joined with a rotating cast of musicians, ths bluegrass night is sure not to disappoint. <!–more–>

Tucson is home to a very active bluegrass music community. In 1995, Greg Morton won the Arizona State Guitar Championship. In 2001, 2002, and 2004, Greg won the extremely prestigious TAMMIES Award (Tucson Area Music Awards) for Best Acoustic Guitarist. He was runner-up in 2003. Greg’s band, the “Greg Morton Trio”, won the TAMMIES Award for Best Country &amp; Western Band in 2003, and Best Bluegrass Band in 2004.

Details

Date:
January 13, 2023
Time:
5:30 pm - 9:00 pm
Series:

Venue

La Cocina

Greg’s travels eventually brought him to Tucson, Arizona. Far from the hills of Tennessee, Greg found that the ‘high lonesome’ sounds of bluegrass music were already reverberating through the canyons of the Sonoran Desert in southern Arizona. Joined with a rotating cast of musicians, ths bluegrass night is sure not to disappoint. <!–more–>

Tucson is home to a very active bluegrass music community. In 1995, Greg Morton won the Arizona State Guitar Championship. In 2001, 2002, and 2004, Greg won the extremely prestigious TAMMIES Award (Tucson Area Music Awards) for Best Acoustic Guitarist. He was runner-up in 2003. Greg’s band, the “Greg Morton Trio”, won the TAMMIES Award for Best Country &amp; Western Band in 2003, and Best Bluegrass Band in 2004.

Details

Date:
May 5, 2023
Time:
5:30 pm - 9:00 pm
Series:

Venue

La Cocina

Greg’s travels eventually brought him to Tucson, Arizona. Far from the hills of Tennessee, Greg found that the ‘high lonesome’ sounds of bluegrass music were already reverberating through the canyons of the Sonoran Desert in southern Arizona. Joined with a rotating cast of musicians, ths bluegrass night is sure not to disappoint. <!–more–>

Tucson is home to a very active bluegrass music community. In 1995, Greg Morton won the Arizona State Guitar Championship. In 2001, 2002, and 2004, Greg won the extremely prestigious TAMMIES Award (Tucson Area Music Awards) for Best Acoustic Guitarist. He was runner-up in 2003. Greg’s band, the “Greg Morton Trio”, won the TAMMIES Award for Best Country &amp; Western Band in 2003, and Best Bluegrass Band in 2004.

Details

Date:
August 25, 2023
Time:
5:30 pm - 9:00 pm
Series:

Venue

La Cocina

Greg’s travels eventually brought him to Tucson, Arizona. Far from the hills of Tennessee, Greg found that the ‘high lonesome’ sounds of bluegrass music were already reverberating through the canyons of the Sonoran Desert in southern Arizona. Joined with a rotating cast of musicians, ths bluegrass night is sure not to disappoint. <!–more–>

Tucson is home to a very active bluegrass music community. In 1995, Greg Morton won the Arizona State Guitar Championship. In 2001, 2002, and 2004, Greg won the extremely prestigious TAMMIES Award (Tucson Area Music Awards) for Best Acoustic Guitarist. He was runner-up in 2003. Greg’s band, the “Greg Morton Trio”, won the TAMMIES Award for Best Country &amp; Western Band in 2003, and Best Bluegrass Band in 2004.

Details

Date:
December 15, 2023
Time:
5:30 pm - 9:00 pm
Series:

Venue

La Cocina

Greg’s travels eventually brought him to Tucson, Arizona. Far from the hills of Tennessee, Greg found that the ‘high lonesome’ sounds of bluegrass music were already reverberating through the canyons of the Sonoran Desert in southern Arizona. Joined with a rotating cast of musicians, ths bluegrass night is sure not to disappoint. <!–more–>

Tucson is home to a very active bluegrass music community. In 1995, Greg Morton won the Arizona State Guitar Championship. In 2001, 2002, and 2004, Greg won the extremely prestigious TAMMIES Award (Tucson Area Music Awards) for Best Acoustic Guitarist. He was runner-up in 2003. Greg’s band, the “Greg Morton Trio”, won the TAMMIES Award for Best Country &amp; Western Band in 2003, and Best Bluegrass Band in 2004.

Details

Date:
April 5, 2024
Time:
5:30 pm - 9:00 pm
Series:

Venue

La Cocina

Greg’s travels eventually brought him to Tucson, Arizona. Far from the hills of Tennessee, Greg found that the ‘high lonesome’ sounds of bluegrass music were already reverberating through the canyons of the Sonoran Desert in southern Arizona. Joined with a rotating cast of musicians, ths bluegrass night is sure not to disappoint. <!–more–>

Tucson is home to a very active bluegrass music community. In 1995, Greg Morton won the Arizona State Guitar Championship. In 2001, 2002, and 2004, Greg won the extremely prestigious TAMMIES Award (Tucson Area Music Awards) for Best Acoustic Guitarist. He was runner-up in 2003. Greg’s band, the “Greg Morton Trio”, won the TAMMIES Award for Best Country &amp; Western Band in 2003, and Best Bluegrass Band in 2004.

Details

Date:
July 26, 2024
Time:
5:30 pm - 9:00 pm
Series:

Venue

La Cocina

Greg’s travels eventually brought him to Tucson, Arizona. Far from the hills of Tennessee, Greg found that the ‘high lonesome’ sounds of bluegrass music were already reverberating through the canyons of the Sonoran Desert in southern Arizona. Joined with a rotating cast of musicians, ths bluegrass night is sure not to disappoint. <!–more–>

Tucson is home to a very active bluegrass music community. In 1995, Greg Morton won the Arizona State Guitar Championship. In 2001, 2002, and 2004, Greg won the extremely prestigious TAMMIES Award (Tucson Area Music Awards) for Best Acoustic Guitarist. He was runner-up in 2003. Greg’s band, the “Greg Morton Trio”, won the TAMMIES Award for Best Country &amp; Western Band in 2003, and Best Bluegrass Band in 2004.

Details

Date:
January 11, 2019
Time:
5:30 pm - 9:00 pm
Series:

Venue

La Cocina

Greg’s travels eventually brought him to Tucson, Arizona. Far from the hills of Tennessee, Greg found that the ‘high lonesome’ sounds of bluegrass music were already reverberating through the canyons of the Sonoran Desert in southern Arizona. Joined with a rotating cast of musicians, ths bluegrass night is sure not to disappoint. <!–more–>

Tucson is home to a very active bluegrass music community. In 1995, Greg Morton won the Arizona State Guitar Championship. In 2001, 2002, and 2004, Greg won the extremely prestigious TAMMIES Award (Tucson Area Music Awards) for Best Acoustic Guitarist. He was runner-up in 2003. Greg’s band, the “Greg Morton Trio”, won the TAMMIES Award for Best Country &amp; Western Band in 2003, and Best Bluegrass Band in 2004.

Details

Date:
May 3, 2019
Time:
5:30 pm - 9:00 pm
Series:

Venue

La Cocina

Greg’s travels eventually brought him to Tucson, Arizona. Far from the hills of Tennessee, Greg found that the ‘high lonesome’ sounds of bluegrass music were already reverberating through the canyons of the Sonoran Desert in southern Arizona. Joined with a rotating cast of musicians, ths bluegrass night is sure not to disappoint. <!–more–>

Tucson is home to a very active bluegrass music community. In 1995, Greg Morton won the Arizona State Guitar Championship. In 2001, 2002, and 2004, Greg won the extremely prestigious TAMMIES Award (Tucson Area Music Awards) for Best Acoustic Guitarist. He was runner-up in 2003. Greg’s band, the “Greg Morton Trio”, won the TAMMIES Award for Best Country &amp; Western Band in 2003, and Best Bluegrass Band in 2004.

Details

Date:
August 23, 2019
Time:
5:30 pm - 9:00 pm
Series:

Venue

La Cocina

Greg’s travels eventually brought him to Tucson, Arizona. Far from the hills of Tennessee, Greg found that the ‘high lonesome’ sounds of bluegrass music were already reverberating through the canyons of the Sonoran Desert in southern Arizona. Joined with a rotating cast of musicians, ths bluegrass night is sure not to disappoint. <!–more–>

Tucson is home to a very active bluegrass music community. In 1995, Greg Morton won the Arizona State Guitar Championship. In 2001, 2002, and 2004, Greg won the extremely prestigious TAMMIES Award (Tucson Area Music Awards) for Best Acoustic Guitarist. He was runner-up in 2003. Greg’s band, the “Greg Morton Trio”, won the TAMMIES Award for Best Country &amp; Western Band in 2003, and Best Bluegrass Band in 2004.

Details

Date:
December 13, 2019
Time:
5:30 pm - 9:00 pm
Series:

Venue

La Cocina

Greg’s travels eventually brought him to Tucson, Arizona. Far from the hills of Tennessee, Greg found that the ‘high lonesome’ sounds of bluegrass music were already reverberating through the canyons of the Sonoran Desert in southern Arizona. Joined with a rotating cast of musicians, ths bluegrass night is sure not to disappoint. <!–more–>

Tucson is home to a very active bluegrass music community. In 1995, Greg Morton won the Arizona State Guitar Championship. In 2001, 2002, and 2004, Greg won the extremely prestigious TAMMIES Award (Tucson Area Music Awards) for Best Acoustic Guitarist. He was runner-up in 2003. Greg’s band, the “Greg Morton Trio”, won the TAMMIES Award for Best Country &amp; Western Band in 2003, and Best Bluegrass Band in 2004.

Details

Date:
April 3, 2020
Time:
5:30 pm - 9:00 pm
Series:

Venue

La Cocina

Greg’s travels eventually brought him to Tucson, Arizona. Far from the hills of Tennessee, Greg found that the ‘high lonesome’ sounds of bluegrass music were already reverberating through the canyons of the Sonoran Desert in southern Arizona. Joined with a rotating cast of musicians, ths bluegrass night is sure not to disappoint. <!–more–>

Tucson is home to a very active bluegrass music community. In 1995, Greg Morton won the Arizona State Guitar Championship. In 2001, 2002, and 2004, Greg won the extremely prestigious TAMMIES Award (Tucson Area Music Awards) for Best Acoustic Guitarist. He was runner-up in 2003. Greg’s band, the “Greg Morton Trio”, won the TAMMIES Award for Best Country &amp; Western Band in 2003, and Best Bluegrass Band in 2004.

Details

Date:
July 31, 2020
Time:
5:30 pm - 9:00 pm
Series:

Venue

La Cocina

Greg’s travels eventually brought him to Tucson, Arizona. Far from the hills of Tennessee, Greg found that the ‘high lonesome’ sounds of bluegrass music were already reverberating through the canyons of the Sonoran Desert in southern Arizona. Joined with a rotating cast of musicians, ths bluegrass night is sure not to disappoint. <!–more–>

Tucson is home to a very active bluegrass music community. In 1995, Greg Morton won the Arizona State Guitar Championship. In 2001, 2002, and 2004, Greg won the extremely prestigious TAMMIES Award (Tucson Area Music Awards) for Best Acoustic Guitarist. He was runner-up in 2003. Greg’s band, the “Greg Morton Trio”, won the TAMMIES Award for Best Country &amp; Western Band in 2003, and Best Bluegrass Band in 2004.

Details

Date:
November 20, 2020
Time:
5:30 pm - 9:00 pm
Series:

Venue

La Cocina

Greg’s travels eventually brought him to Tucson, Arizona. Far from the hills of Tennessee, Greg found that the ‘high lonesome’ sounds of bluegrass music were already reverberating through the canyons of the Sonoran Desert in southern Arizona. Joined with a rotating cast of musicians, ths bluegrass night is sure not to disappoint. <!–more–>

Tucson is home to a very active bluegrass music community. In 1995, Greg Morton won the Arizona State Guitar Championship. In 2001, 2002, and 2004, Greg won the extremely prestigious TAMMIES Award (Tucson Area Music Awards) for Best Acoustic Guitarist. He was runner-up in 2003. Greg’s band, the “Greg Morton Trio”, won the TAMMIES Award for Best Country &amp; Western Band in 2003, and Best Bluegrass Band in 2004.

Details

Date:
March 12, 2021
Time:
5:30 pm - 9:00 pm
Series:

Venue

La Cocina

Greg’s travels eventually brought him to Tucson, Arizona. Far from the hills of Tennessee, Greg found that the ‘high lonesome’ sounds of bluegrass music were already reverberating through the canyons of the Sonoran Desert in southern Arizona. Joined with a rotating cast of musicians, ths bluegrass night is sure not to disappoint. <!–more–>

Tucson is home to a very active bluegrass music community. In 1995, Greg Morton won the Arizona State Guitar Championship. In 2001, 2002, and 2004, Greg won the extremely prestigious TAMMIES Award (Tucson Area Music Awards) for Best Acoustic Guitarist. He was runner-up in 2003. Greg’s band, the “Greg Morton Trio”, won the TAMMIES Award for Best Country &amp; Western Band in 2003, and Best Bluegrass Band in 2004.

Details

Date:
July 2, 2021
Time:
5:30 pm - 9:00 pm
Series:

Venue

La Cocina

Greg’s travels eventually brought him to Tucson, Arizona. Far from the hills of Tennessee, Greg found that the ‘high lonesome’ sounds of bluegrass music were already reverberating through the canyons of the Sonoran Desert in southern Arizona. Joined with a rotating cast of musicians, ths bluegrass night is sure not to disappoint. <!–more–>

Tucson is home to a very active bluegrass music community. In 1995, Greg Morton won the Arizona State Guitar Championship. In 2001, 2002, and 2004, Greg won the extremely prestigious TAMMIES Award (Tucson Area Music Awards) for Best Acoustic Guitarist. He was runner-up in 2003. Greg’s band, the “Greg Morton Trio”, won the TAMMIES Award for Best Country &amp; Western Band in 2003, and Best Bluegrass Band in 2004.

Details

Date:
October 22, 2021
Time:
5:30 pm - 9:00 pm
Series:

Venue

La Cocina

Greg’s travels eventually brought him to Tucson, Arizona. Far from the hills of Tennessee, Greg found that the ‘high lonesome’ sounds of bluegrass music were already reverberating through the canyons of the Sonoran Desert in southern Arizona. Joined with a rotating cast of musicians, ths bluegrass night is sure not to disappoint. <!–more–>

Tucson is home to a very active bluegrass music community. In 1995, Greg Morton won the Arizona State Guitar Championship. In 2001, 2002, and 2004, Greg won the extremely prestigious TAMMIES Award (Tucson Area Music Awards) for Best Acoustic Guitarist. He was runner-up in 2003. Greg’s band, the “Greg Morton Trio”, won the TAMMIES Award for Best Country &amp; Western Band in 2003, and Best Bluegrass Band in 2004.

Details

Date:
February 11
Time:
5:30 pm - 9:00 pm
Series:

Venue

La Cocina

Greg’s travels eventually brought him to Tucson, Arizona. Far from the hills of Tennessee, Greg found that the ‘high lonesome’ sounds of bluegrass music were already reverberating through the canyons of the Sonoran Desert in southern Arizona. Joined with a rotating cast of musicians, ths bluegrass night is sure not to disappoint. <!–more–>

Tucson is home to a very active bluegrass music community. In 1995, Greg Morton won the Arizona State Guitar Championship. In 2001, 2002, and 2004, Greg won the extremely prestigious TAMMIES Award (Tucson Area Music Awards) for Best Acoustic Guitarist. He was runner-up in 2003. Greg’s band, the “Greg Morton Trio”, won the TAMMIES Award for Best Country &amp; Western Band in 2003, and Best Bluegrass Band in 2004.

Details

Date:
June 3
Time:
5:30 pm - 9:00 pm
Series:

Venue

La Cocina

Greg’s travels eventually brought him to Tucson, Arizona. Far from the hills of Tennessee, Greg found that the ‘high lonesome’ sounds of bluegrass music were already reverberating through the canyons of the Sonoran Desert in southern Arizona. Joined with a rotating cast of musicians, ths bluegrass night is sure not to disappoint. <!–more–>

Tucson is home to a very active bluegrass music community. In 1995, Greg Morton won the Arizona State Guitar Championship. In 2001, 2002, and 2004, Greg won the extremely prestigious TAMMIES Award (Tucson Area Music Awards) for Best Acoustic Guitarist. He was runner-up in 2003. Greg’s band, the “Greg Morton Trio”, won the TAMMIES Award for Best Country &amp; Western Band in 2003, and Best Bluegrass Band in 2004.

Details

Date:
September 30
Time:
5:30 pm - 9:00 pm
Series:

Venue

La Cocina

Greg’s travels eventually brought him to Tucson, Arizona. Far from the hills of Tennessee, Greg found that the ‘high lonesome’ sounds of bluegrass music were already reverberating through the canyons of the Sonoran Desert in southern Arizona. Joined with a rotating cast of musicians, ths bluegrass night is sure not to disappoint. <!–more–>

Tucson is home to a very active bluegrass music community. In 1995, Greg Morton won the Arizona State Guitar Championship. In 2001, 2002, and 2004, Greg won the extremely prestigious TAMMIES Award (Tucson Area Music Awards) for Best Acoustic Guitarist. He was runner-up in 2003. Greg’s band, the “Greg Morton Trio”, won the TAMMIES Award for Best Country &amp; Western Band in 2003, and Best Bluegrass Band in 2004.

Details

Date:
January 20, 2023
Time:
5:30 pm - 9:00 pm
Series:

Venue

La Cocina

Greg’s travels eventually brought him to Tucson, Arizona. Far from the hills of Tennessee, Greg found that the ‘high lonesome’ sounds of bluegrass music were already reverberating through the canyons of the Sonoran Desert in southern Arizona. Joined with a rotating cast of musicians, ths bluegrass night is sure not to disappoint. <!–more–>

Tucson is home to a very active bluegrass music community. In 1995, Greg Morton won the Arizona State Guitar Championship. In 2001, 2002, and 2004, Greg won the extremely prestigious TAMMIES Award (Tucson Area Music Awards) for Best Acoustic Guitarist. He was runner-up in 2003. Greg’s band, the “Greg Morton Trio”, won the TAMMIES Award for Best Country &amp; Western Band in 2003, and Best Bluegrass Band in 2004.

Details

Date:
May 12, 2023
Time:
5:30 pm - 9:00 pm
Series:

Venue

La Cocina

Greg’s travels eventually brought him to Tucson, Arizona. Far from the hills of Tennessee, Greg found that the ‘high lonesome’ sounds of bluegrass music were already reverberating through the canyons of the Sonoran Desert in southern Arizona. Joined with a rotating cast of musicians, ths bluegrass night is sure not to disappoint. <!–more–>

Tucson is home to a very active bluegrass music community. In 1995, Greg Morton won the Arizona State Guitar Championship. In 2001, 2002, and 2004, Greg won the extremely prestigious TAMMIES Award (Tucson Area Music Awards) for Best Acoustic Guitarist. He was runner-up in 2003. Greg’s band, the “Greg Morton Trio”, won the TAMMIES Award for Best Country &amp; Western Band in 2003, and Best Bluegrass Band in 2004.

Details

Date:
September 1, 2023
Time:
5:30 pm - 9:00 pm
Series:

Venue

La Cocina

Greg’s travels eventually brought him to Tucson, Arizona. Far from the hills of Tennessee, Greg found that the ‘high lonesome’ sounds of bluegrass music were already reverberating through the canyons of the Sonoran Desert in southern Arizona. Joined with a rotating cast of musicians, ths bluegrass night is sure not to disappoint. <!–more–>

Tucson is home to a very active bluegrass music community. In 1995, Greg Morton won the Arizona State Guitar Championship. In 2001, 2002, and 2004, Greg won the extremely prestigious TAMMIES Award (Tucson Area Music Awards) for Best Acoustic Guitarist. He was runner-up in 2003. Greg’s band, the “Greg Morton Trio”, won the TAMMIES Award for Best Country &amp; Western Band in 2003, and Best Bluegrass Band in 2004.

Details

Date:
December 22, 2023
Time:
5:30 pm - 9:00 pm
Series:

Venue

La Cocina

Greg’s travels eventually brought him to Tucson, Arizona. Far from the hills of Tennessee, Greg found that the ‘high lonesome’ sounds of bluegrass music were already reverberating through the canyons of the Sonoran Desert in southern Arizona. Joined with a rotating cast of musicians, ths bluegrass night is sure not to disappoint. <!–more–>

Tucson is home to a very active bluegrass music community. In 1995, Greg Morton won the Arizona State Guitar Championship. In 2001, 2002, and 2004, Greg won the extremely prestigious TAMMIES Award (Tucson Area Music Awards) for Best Acoustic Guitarist. He was runner-up in 2003. Greg’s band, the “Greg Morton Trio”, won the TAMMIES Award for Best Country &amp; Western Band in 2003, and Best Bluegrass Band in 2004.

Details

Date:
April 12, 2024
Time:
5:30 pm - 9:00 pm
Series:

Venue

La Cocina

Greg’s travels eventually brought him to Tucson, Arizona. Far from the hills of Tennessee, Greg found that the ‘high lonesome’ sounds of bluegrass music were already reverberating through the canyons of the Sonoran Desert in southern Arizona. Joined with a rotating cast of musicians, ths bluegrass night is sure not to disappoint. <!–more–>

Tucson is home to a very active bluegrass music community. In 1995, Greg Morton won the Arizona State Guitar Championship. In 2001, 2002, and 2004, Greg won the extremely prestigious TAMMIES Award (Tucson Area Music Awards) for Best Acoustic Guitarist. He was runner-up in 2003. Greg’s band, the “Greg Morton Trio”, won the TAMMIES Award for Best Country &amp; Western Band in 2003, and Best Bluegrass Band in 2004.

Details

Date:
August 2, 2024
Time:
5:30 pm - 9:00 pm
Series:

Venue

La Cocina

Greg’s travels eventually brought him to Tucson, Arizona. Far from the hills of Tennessee, Greg found that the ‘high lonesome’ sounds of bluegrass music were already reverberating through the canyons of the Sonoran Desert in southern Arizona. Joined with a rotating cast of musicians, ths bluegrass night is sure not to disappoint. <!–more–>

Tucson is home to a very active bluegrass music community. In 1995, Greg Morton won the Arizona State Guitar Championship. In 2001, 2002, and 2004, Greg won the extremely prestigious TAMMIES Award (Tucson Area Music Awards) for Best Acoustic Guitarist. He was runner-up in 2003. Greg’s band, the “Greg Morton Trio”, won the TAMMIES Award for Best Country &amp; Western Band in 2003, and Best Bluegrass Band in 2004.

Details

Date:
January 18, 2019
Time:
5:30 pm - 9:00 pm
Series:

Venue

La Cocina

Greg’s travels eventually brought him to Tucson, Arizona. Far from the hills of Tennessee, Greg found that the ‘high lonesome’ sounds of bluegrass music were already reverberating through the canyons of the Sonoran Desert in southern Arizona. Joined with a rotating cast of musicians, ths bluegrass night is sure not to disappoint. <!–more–>

Tucson is home to a very active bluegrass music community. In 1995, Greg Morton won the Arizona State Guitar Championship. In 2001, 2002, and 2004, Greg won the extremely prestigious TAMMIES Award (Tucson Area Music Awards) for Best Acoustic Guitarist. He was runner-up in 2003. Greg’s band, the “Greg Morton Trio”, won the TAMMIES Award for Best Country &amp; Western Band in 2003, and Best Bluegrass Band in 2004.

Details

Date:
May 10, 2019
Time:
5:30 pm - 9:00 pm
Series:

Venue

La Cocina

Greg’s travels eventually brought him to Tucson, Arizona. Far from the hills of Tennessee, Greg found that the ‘high lonesome’ sounds of bluegrass music were already reverberating through the canyons of the Sonoran Desert in southern Arizona. Joined with a rotating cast of musicians, ths bluegrass night is sure not to disappoint. <!–more–>

Tucson is home to a very active bluegrass music community. In 1995, Greg Morton won the Arizona State Guitar Championship. In 2001, 2002, and 2004, Greg won the extremely prestigious TAMMIES Award (Tucson Area Music Awards) for Best Acoustic Guitarist. He was runner-up in 2003. Greg’s band, the “Greg Morton Trio”, won the TAMMIES Award for Best Country &amp; Western Band in 2003, and Best Bluegrass Band in 2004.

Details

Date:
August 30, 2019
Time:
5:30 pm - 9:00 pm
Series:

Venue

La Cocina

Greg’s travels eventually brought him to Tucson, Arizona. Far from the hills of Tennessee, Greg found that the ‘high lonesome’ sounds of bluegrass music were already reverberating through the canyons of the Sonoran Desert in southern Arizona. Joined with a rotating cast of musicians, ths bluegrass night is sure not to disappoint. <!–more–>

Tucson is home to a very active bluegrass music community. In 1995, Greg Morton won the Arizona State Guitar Championship. In 2001, 2002, and 2004, Greg won the extremely prestigious TAMMIES Award (Tucson Area Music Awards) for Best Acoustic Guitarist. He was runner-up in 2003. Greg’s band, the “Greg Morton Trio”, won the TAMMIES Award for Best Country &amp; Western Band in 2003, and Best Bluegrass Band in 2004.

Details

Date:
December 20, 2019
Time:
5:30 pm - 9:00 pm
Series:

Venue

La Cocina

Greg’s travels eventually brought him to Tucson, Arizona. Far from the hills of Tennessee, Greg found that the ‘high lonesome’ sounds of bluegrass music were already reverberating through the canyons of the Sonoran Desert in southern Arizona. Joined with a rotating cast of musicians, ths bluegrass night is sure not to disappoint. <!–more–>

Tucson is home to a very active bluegrass music community. In 1995, Greg Morton won the Arizona State Guitar Championship. In 2001, 2002, and 2004, Greg won the extremely prestigious TAMMIES Award (Tucson Area Music Awards) for Best Acoustic Guitarist. He was runner-up in 2003. Greg’s band, the “Greg Morton Trio”, won the TAMMIES Award for Best Country &amp; Western Band in 2003, and Best Bluegrass Band in 2004.

Details

Date:
April 10, 2020
Time:
5:30 pm - 9:00 pm
Series:

Venue

La Cocina

Greg’s travels eventually brought him to Tucson, Arizona. Far from the hills of Tennessee, Greg found that the ‘high lonesome’ sounds of bluegrass music were already reverberating through the canyons of the Sonoran Desert in southern Arizona. Joined with a rotating cast of musicians, ths bluegrass night is sure not to disappoint. <!–more–>

Tucson is home to a very active bluegrass music community. In 1995, Greg Morton won the Arizona State Guitar Championship. In 2001, 2002, and 2004, Greg won the extremely prestigious TAMMIES Award (Tucson Area Music Awards) for Best Acoustic Guitarist. He was runner-up in 2003. Greg’s band, the “Greg Morton Trio”, won the TAMMIES Award for Best Country &amp; Western Band in 2003, and Best Bluegrass Band in 2004.

Details

Date:
August 7, 2020
Time:
5:30 pm - 9:00 pm
Series:

Venue

La Cocina

Greg’s travels eventually brought him to Tucson, Arizona. Far from the hills of Tennessee, Greg found that the ‘high lonesome’ sounds of bluegrass music were already reverberating through the canyons of the Sonoran Desert in southern Arizona. Joined with a rotating cast of musicians, ths bluegrass night is sure not to disappoint. <!–more–>

Tucson is home to a very active bluegrass music community. In 1995, Greg Morton won the Arizona State Guitar Championship. In 2001, 2002, and 2004, Greg won the extremely prestigious TAMMIES Award (Tucson Area Music Awards) for Best Acoustic Guitarist. He was runner-up in 2003. Greg’s band, the “Greg Morton Trio”, won the TAMMIES Award for Best Country &amp; Western Band in 2003, and Best Bluegrass Band in 2004.

Details

Date:
November 27, 2020
Time:
5:30 pm - 9:00 pm
Series:

Venue

La Cocina

Greg’s travels eventually brought him to Tucson, Arizona. Far from the hills of Tennessee, Greg found that the ‘high lonesome’ sounds of bluegrass music were already reverberating through the canyons of the Sonoran Desert in southern Arizona. Joined with a rotating cast of musicians, ths bluegrass night is sure not to disappoint. <!–more–>

Tucson is home to a very active bluegrass music community. In 1995, Greg Morton won the Arizona State Guitar Championship. In 2001, 2002, and 2004, Greg won the extremely prestigious TAMMIES Award (Tucson Area Music Awards) for Best Acoustic Guitarist. He was runner-up in 2003. Greg’s band, the “Greg Morton Trio”, won the TAMMIES Award for Best Country &amp; Western Band in 2003, and Best Bluegrass Band in 2004.

Details

Date:
March 19, 2021
Time:
5:30 pm - 9:00 pm
Series:

Venue

La Cocina

Greg’s travels eventually brought him to Tucson, Arizona. Far from the hills of Tennessee, Greg found that the ‘high lonesome’ sounds of bluegrass music were already reverberating through the canyons of the Sonoran Desert in southern Arizona. Joined with a rotating cast of musicians, ths bluegrass night is sure not to disappoint. <!–more–>

Tucson is home to a very active bluegrass music community. In 1995, Greg Morton won the Arizona State Guitar Championship. In 2001, 2002, and 2004, Greg won the extremely prestigious TAMMIES Award (Tucson Area Music Awards) for Best Acoustic Guitarist. He was runner-up in 2003. Greg’s band, the “Greg Morton Trio”, won the TAMMIES Award for Best Country &amp; Western Band in 2003, and Best Bluegrass Band in 2004.

Details

Date:
July 9, 2021
Time:
5:30 pm - 9:00 pm
Series:

Venue

La Cocina

Greg’s travels eventually brought him to Tucson, Arizona. Far from the hills of Tennessee, Greg found that the ‘high lonesome’ sounds of bluegrass music were already reverberating through the canyons of the Sonoran Desert in southern Arizona. Joined with a rotating cast of musicians, ths bluegrass night is sure not to disappoint. <!–more–>

Tucson is home to a very active bluegrass music community. In 1995, Greg Morton won the Arizona State Guitar Championship. In 2001, 2002, and 2004, Greg won the extremely prestigious TAMMIES Award (Tucson Area Music Awards) for Best Acoustic Guitarist. He was runner-up in 2003. Greg’s band, the “Greg Morton Trio”, won the TAMMIES Award for Best Country &amp; Western Band in 2003, and Best Bluegrass Band in 2004.

Details

Date:
October 29, 2021
Time:
5:30 pm - 9:00 pm
Series:

Venue

La Cocina

Greg’s travels eventually brought him to Tucson, Arizona. Far from the hills of Tennessee, Greg found that the ‘high lonesome’ sounds of bluegrass music were already reverberating through the canyons of the Sonoran Desert in southern Arizona. Joined with a rotating cast of musicians, ths bluegrass night is sure not to disappoint. <!–more–>

Tucson is home to a very active bluegrass music community. In 1995, Greg Morton won the Arizona State Guitar Championship. In 2001, 2002, and 2004, Greg won the extremely prestigious TAMMIES Award (Tucson Area Music Awards) for Best Acoustic Guitarist. He was runner-up in 2003. Greg’s band, the “Greg Morton Trio”, won the TAMMIES Award for Best Country &amp; Western Band in 2003, and Best Bluegrass Band in 2004.

Details

Date:
February 18
Time:
5:30 pm - 9:00 pm
Series:

Venue

La Cocina

Greg’s travels eventually brought him to Tucson, Arizona. Far from the hills of Tennessee, Greg found that the ‘high lonesome’ sounds of bluegrass music were already reverberating through the canyons of the Sonoran Desert in southern Arizona. Joined with a rotating cast of musicians, ths bluegrass night is sure not to disappoint. <!–more–>

Tucson is home to a very active bluegrass music community. In 1995, Greg Morton won the Arizona State Guitar Championship. In 2001, 2002, and 2004, Greg won the extremely prestigious TAMMIES Award (Tucson Area Music Awards) for Best Acoustic Guitarist. He was runner-up in 2003. Greg’s band, the “Greg Morton Trio”, won the TAMMIES Award for Best Country &amp; Western Band in 2003, and Best Bluegrass Band in 2004.

Details

Date:
June 10
Time:
5:30 pm - 9:00 pm
Series:

Venue

La Cocina

Greg’s travels eventually brought him to Tucson, Arizona. Far from the hills of Tennessee, Greg found that the ‘high lonesome’ sounds of bluegrass music were already reverberating through the canyons of the Sonoran Desert in southern Arizona. Joined with a rotating cast of musicians, ths bluegrass night is sure not to disappoint. <!–more–>

Tucson is home to a very active bluegrass music community. In 1995, Greg Morton won the Arizona State Guitar Championship. In 2001, 2002, and 2004, Greg won the extremely prestigious TAMMIES Award (Tucson Area Music Awards) for Best Acoustic Guitarist. He was runner-up in 2003. Greg’s band, the “Greg Morton Trio”, won the TAMMIES Award for Best Country &amp; Western Band in 2003, and Best Bluegrass Band in 2004.

Details

Date:
October 7
Time:
5:30 pm - 9:00 pm
Series:

Venue

La Cocina

Greg’s travels eventually brought him to Tucson, Arizona. Far from the hills of Tennessee, Greg found that the ‘high lonesome’ sounds of bluegrass music were already reverberating through the canyons of the Sonoran Desert in southern Arizona. Joined with a rotating cast of musicians, ths bluegrass night is sure not to disappoint. <!–more–>

Tucson is home to a very active bluegrass music community. In 1995, Greg Morton won the Arizona State Guitar Championship. In 2001, 2002, and 2004, Greg won the extremely prestigious TAMMIES Award (Tucson Area Music Awards) for Best Acoustic Guitarist. He was runner-up in 2003. Greg’s band, the “Greg Morton Trio”, won the TAMMIES Award for Best Country &amp; Western Band in 2003, and Best Bluegrass Band in 2004.

Details

Date:
January 27, 2023
Time:
5:30 pm - 9:00 pm
Series:

Venue

La Cocina

Greg’s travels eventually brought him to Tucson, Arizona. Far from the hills of Tennessee, Greg found that the ‘high lonesome’ sounds of bluegrass music were already reverberating through the canyons of the Sonoran Desert in southern Arizona. Joined with a rotating cast of musicians, ths bluegrass night is sure not to disappoint. <!–more–>

Tucson is home to a very active bluegrass music community. In 1995, Greg Morton won the Arizona State Guitar Championship. In 2001, 2002, and 2004, Greg won the extremely prestigious TAMMIES Award (Tucson Area Music Awards) for Best Acoustic Guitarist. He was runner-up in 2003. Greg’s band, the “Greg Morton Trio”, won the TAMMIES Award for Best Country &amp; Western Band in 2003, and Best Bluegrass Band in 2004.

Details

Date:
May 19, 2023
Time:
5:30 pm - 9:00 pm
Series:

Venue

La Cocina

Greg’s travels eventually brought him to Tucson, Arizona. Far from the hills of Tennessee, Greg found that the ‘high lonesome’ sounds of bluegrass music were already reverberating through the canyons of the Sonoran Desert in southern Arizona. Joined with a rotating cast of musicians, ths bluegrass night is sure not to disappoint. <!–more–>

Tucson is home to a very active bluegrass music community. In 1995, Greg Morton won the Arizona State Guitar Championship. In 2001, 2002, and 2004, Greg won the extremely prestigious TAMMIES Award (Tucson Area Music Awards) for Best Acoustic Guitarist. He was runner-up in 2003. Greg’s band, the “Greg Morton Trio”, won the TAMMIES Award for Best Country &amp; Western Band in 2003, and Best Bluegrass Band in 2004.

Details

Date:
September 8, 2023
Time:
5:30 pm - 9:00 pm
Series:

Venue

La Cocina

Greg’s travels eventually brought him to Tucson, Arizona. Far from the hills of Tennessee, Greg found that the ‘high lonesome’ sounds of bluegrass music were already reverberating through the canyons of the Sonoran Desert in southern Arizona. Joined with a rotating cast of musicians, ths bluegrass night is sure not to disappoint. <!–more–>

Tucson is home to a very active bluegrass music community. In 1995, Greg Morton won the Arizona State Guitar Championship. In 2001, 2002, and 2004, Greg won the extremely prestigious TAMMIES Award (Tucson Area Music Awards) for Best Acoustic Guitarist. He was runner-up in 2003. Greg’s band, the “Greg Morton Trio”, won the TAMMIES Award for Best Country &amp; Western Band in 2003, and Best Bluegrass Band in 2004.

Details

Date:
December 29, 2023
Time:
5:30 pm - 9:00 pm
Series:

Venue

La Cocina

Greg’s travels eventually brought him to Tucson, Arizona. Far from the hills of Tennessee, Greg found that the ‘high lonesome’ sounds of bluegrass music were already reverberating through the canyons of the Sonoran Desert in southern Arizona. Joined with a rotating cast of musicians, ths bluegrass night is sure not to disappoint. <!–more–>

Tucson is home to a very active bluegrass music community. In 1995, Greg Morton won the Arizona State Guitar Championship. In 2001, 2002, and 2004, Greg won the extremely prestigious TAMMIES Award (Tucson Area Music Awards) for Best Acoustic Guitarist. He was runner-up in 2003. Greg’s band, the “Greg Morton Trio”, won the TAMMIES Award for Best Country &amp; Western Band in 2003, and Best Bluegrass Band in 2004.

Details

Date:
April 19, 2024
Time:
5:30 pm - 9:00 pm
Series:

Venue

La Cocina

Greg’s travels eventually brought him to Tucson, Arizona. Far from the hills of Tennessee, Greg found that the ‘high lonesome’ sounds of bluegrass music were already reverberating through the canyons of the Sonoran Desert in southern Arizona. Joined with a rotating cast of musicians, ths bluegrass night is sure not to disappoint. <!–more–>

Tucson is home to a very active bluegrass music community. In 1995, Greg Morton won the Arizona State Guitar Championship. In 2001, 2002, and 2004, Greg won the extremely prestigious TAMMIES Award (Tucson Area Music Awards) for Best Acoustic Guitarist. He was runner-up in 2003. Greg’s band, the “Greg Morton Trio”, won the TAMMIES Award for Best Country &amp; Western Band in 2003, and Best Bluegrass Band in 2004.

Details

Date:
August 9, 2024
Time:
5:30 pm - 9:00 pm
Series:

Venue

La Cocina

Greg’s travels eventually brought him to Tucson, Arizona. Far from the hills of Tennessee, Greg found that the ‘high lonesome’ sounds of bluegrass music were already reverberating through the canyons of the Sonoran Desert in southern Arizona. Joined with a rotating cast of musicians, ths bluegrass night is sure not to disappoint. <!–more–>

Tucson is home to a very active bluegrass music community. In 1995, Greg Morton won the Arizona State Guitar Championship. In 2001, 2002, and 2004, Greg won the extremely prestigious TAMMIES Award (Tucson Area Music Awards) for Best Acoustic Guitarist. He was runner-up in 2003. Greg’s band, the “Greg Morton Trio”, won the TAMMIES Award for Best Country &amp; Western Band in 2003, and Best Bluegrass Band in 2004.

Details

Date:
January 25, 2019
Time:
5:30 pm - 9:00 pm
Series:

Venue

La Cocina

Greg’s travels eventually brought him to Tucson, Arizona. Far from the hills of Tennessee, Greg found that the ‘high lonesome’ sounds of bluegrass music were already reverberating through the canyons of the Sonoran Desert in southern Arizona. Joined with a rotating cast of musicians, ths bluegrass night is sure not to disappoint. <!–more–>

Tucson is home to a very active bluegrass music community. In 1995, Greg Morton won the Arizona State Guitar Championship. In 2001, 2002, and 2004, Greg won the extremely prestigious TAMMIES Award (Tucson Area Music Awards) for Best Acoustic Guitarist. He was runner-up in 2003. Greg’s band, the “Greg Morton Trio”, won the TAMMIES Award for Best Country &amp; Western Band in 2003, and Best Bluegrass Band in 2004.

Details

Date:
May 17, 2019
Time:
5:30 pm - 9:00 pm
Series:

Venue

La Cocina

Greg’s travels eventually brought him to Tucson, Arizona. Far from the hills of Tennessee, Greg found that the ‘high lonesome’ sounds of bluegrass music were already reverberating through the canyons of the Sonoran Desert in southern Arizona. Joined with a rotating cast of musicians, ths bluegrass night is sure not to disappoint. <!–more–>

Tucson is home to a very active bluegrass music community. In 1995, Greg Morton won the Arizona State Guitar Championship. In 2001, 2002, and 2004, Greg won the extremely prestigious TAMMIES Award (Tucson Area Music Awards) for Best Acoustic Guitarist. He was runner-up in 2003. Greg’s band, the “Greg Morton Trio”, won the TAMMIES Award for Best Country &amp; Western Band in 2003, and Best Bluegrass Band in 2004.

Details

Date:
September 6, 2019
Time:
5:30 pm - 9:00 pm
Series:

Venue

La Cocina

Greg’s travels eventually brought him to Tucson, Arizona. Far from the hills of Tennessee, Greg found that the ‘high lonesome’ sounds of bluegrass music were already reverberating through the canyons of the Sonoran Desert in southern Arizona. Joined with a rotating cast of musicians, ths bluegrass night is sure not to disappoint. <!–more–>

Tucson is home to a very active bluegrass music community. In 1995, Greg Morton won the Arizona State Guitar Championship. In 2001, 2002, and 2004, Greg won the extremely prestigious TAMMIES Award (Tucson Area Music Awards) for Best Acoustic Guitarist. He was runner-up in 2003. Greg’s band, the “Greg Morton Trio”, won the TAMMIES Award for Best Country &amp; Western Band in 2003, and Best Bluegrass Band in 2004.

Details

Date:
December 27, 2019
Time:
5:30 pm - 9:00 pm
Series:

Venue

La Cocina

Greg’s travels eventually brought him to Tucson, Arizona. Far from the hills of Tennessee, Greg found that the ‘high lonesome’ sounds of bluegrass music were already reverberating through the canyons of the Sonoran Desert in southern Arizona. Joined with a rotating cast of musicians, ths bluegrass night is sure not to disappoint. <!–more–>

Tucson is home to a very active bluegrass music community. In 1995, Greg Morton won the Arizona State Guitar Championship. In 2001, 2002, and 2004, Greg won the extremely prestigious TAMMIES Award (Tucson Area Music Awards) for Best Acoustic Guitarist. He was runner-up in 2003. Greg’s band, the “Greg Morton Trio”, won the TAMMIES Award for Best Country &amp; Western Band in 2003, and Best Bluegrass Band in 2004.

Details

Date:
April 17, 2020
Time:
5:30 pm - 9:00 pm
Series:

Venue

La Cocina

Greg’s travels eventually brought him to Tucson, Arizona. Far from the hills of Tennessee, Greg found that the ‘high lonesome’ sounds of bluegrass music were already reverberating through the canyons of the Sonoran Desert in southern Arizona. Joined with a rotating cast of musicians, ths bluegrass night is sure not to disappoint. <!–more–>

Tucson is home to a very active bluegrass music community. In 1995, Greg Morton won the Arizona State Guitar Championship. In 2001, 2002, and 2004, Greg won the extremely prestigious TAMMIES Award (Tucson Area Music Awards) for Best Acoustic Guitarist. He was runner-up in 2003. Greg’s band, the “Greg Morton Trio”, won the TAMMIES Award for Best Country &amp; Western Band in 2003, and Best Bluegrass Band in 2004.

Details

Date:
August 14, 2020
Time:
5:30 pm - 9:00 pm
Series:

Venue

La Cocina

Greg’s travels eventually brought him to Tucson, Arizona. Far from the hills of Tennessee, Greg found that the ‘high lonesome’ sounds of bluegrass music were already reverberating through the canyons of the Sonoran Desert in southern Arizona. Joined with a rotating cast of musicians, ths bluegrass night is sure not to disappoint. <!–more–>

Tucson is home to a very active bluegrass music community. In 1995, Greg Morton won the Arizona State Guitar Championship. In 2001, 2002, and 2004, Greg won the extremely prestigious TAMMIES Award (Tucson Area Music Awards) for Best Acoustic Guitarist. He was runner-up in 2003. Greg’s band, the “Greg Morton Trio”, won the TAMMIES Award for Best Country &amp; Western Band in 2003, and Best Bluegrass Band in 2004.