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Singing the blues
Bluegrass Underground to leave Warren County
The beauty of the Volcano Room of Cumberland Caverns served as part of the show, according to Bluegrass Underground creator Todd Mayo. Pictured is Drivin N Cryin performing at the cave in 2016.
Bluegrass Underground has turned into a country song for Warren County.The popular TV and radio concert series will be leaving Cumberland Caverns at the end of this year, according to creator Todd Mayo.The departure will end a nine-year relationship between Bluegrass Underground and Warren County. Mayo said Bluegrass Underground is moving to a permanent location called The Caverns in Grundy County near Pelham. It’s at the base of Monteagle Mountain 10 minutes off Exit 127 on Interstate 24.“This is a dream come true to find a cave system that expands and improves the live and televised musical experiences of underground performances we have been curating since 2008,” Mayo said.