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Faith Bemiss | DemocratThe Show-Me Bluegrass Festival was one of the highlights at the Missouri State Fair on Wednesday. Carina Baker, 13, dances to the “Orange Blossom Special” in the Baker Family Band's closing song at the Show-Me Tent Wednesday morning. Trustin Baker, 15, played fiddle, Elijah Baker, 10, played bass, while Carrie Baker played guitar for Carina. The family, from Birch Tree, performed and played several selections during a 50-minute set including “Sadie's New Dress” and “Rocky Top.”
Faith Bemiss | DemocratThe Show-Me Bluegrass Festival was one of the highlights at the Missouri State Fair on Wednesday. Carina Baker, 13, dances to the “Orange Blossom Special” in the Baker Family Band's closing song at the Show-Me Tent Wednesday morning. Trustin Baker, 15, played fiddle, Elijah Baker, 10, played bass, while Carrie Baker played guitar for Carina. The family, from Birch Tree, performed and played several selections during a 50-minute set including “Sadie's New Dress” and “Rocky Top.”
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Faith Bemiss | Democrat


The Show-Me Bluegrass Festival was one of the highlights at the Missouri State Fair on Wednesday. Carina Baker, 13, dances to the “Orange Blossom Special” in the Baker Family Band’s closing song at the Show-Me Tent Wednesday morning. Trustin Baker, 15, played fiddle, Elijah Baker, 10, played bass, while Carrie Baker played guitar for Carina. The family, from Birch Tree, performed and played several selections during a 50-minute set including “Sadie’s New Dress” and “Rocky Top.”


Faith Bemiss | Democrat


The Sherman Mountain Boys, from Jasper, Ark., were getting ready to sing “Suzanne” on the Budweiser Stage at the MSF at noon Wednesday. From left are Kyle Barnard, Colby Pruitt, Glendon Lackey and Quinn Rylee.


Faith Bemiss | Democrat


Members of the Farnum Family performed bluegrass specials at the FarmCo Building at the MSF on Wednesday. The family is from southwest Missouri. The oldest son, Daniel, was playing the bass fiddle for the the group to the tune of “When You and I Were Young Maggie.”


Faith Bemiss | Democrat


Ed Sellers, left, and Randy Denney had just read over the 15 songs they planned to play Wednesday morning at the MSF Bluegrass Festival at the Show-Me Tent. The men are part of the Bluegrass Missourians from the Kansas City area. The other band members not shown are Bob White, Dave Dotson and Brian McCarty.


 
 
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