Preserving, promoting, and presenting old-time music
in the Central Rocky Mountain region
4th Annual Rocky Mountain Old-Time Music Festival at the Parrish Ranch: July 11-14, 2013
Now available for purchase as a festival fundraiser: Vesta Johnson and Steve Hall at the Rocky Mountain Old-Time Music Festival on June 2, 2012. The DVD showcases Vesta's inimitable fiddle style, including rolicking breakdowns and a couple of beautiful waltzes. Also featured is Vesta's grandson Steve Hall's rock solid guitar accompaniment. The DVD is available for a limited time as a festival fundraiser, courtesy of Vesta, Steve, and Piggysnout Productions. Now's your chance to get some
fine Missouri fiddle music and support your local old-time festival at the
same time: all for only $20! To get your copy of this collector's item,
contact Ellen or Bob. See below for a clip from the DVD!
Last year's Rocky Mountain Old-Time Music Festival was so much fun! Check out the video below for highlights.
Welcome to CROMA's website, where you'll find the Central Rockies' hub for all things old-time! We encourage you to browse our site to:
Old-time music is the pre-bluegrass, fiddle and banjo music that grew organically from rural traditions in places like Southern Appalachia and the Ozarks. This music traveled with settlers who came west, and subsequently took root in various mining camps and settlements throughout the Central Rockies.
The old-time scene in the Central Rockies is vibrant with old-timers and
new-timers (from all over!) playing, listening to and dancing to music throughout these beautiful mountains.
Old-time music was the old-time name for
real mountain-type folk music.
-- Mike Seeger