This past weekend there was a bluegrass marriage in Alaska.
on August 15, Dan Booth, bass player with Frank Solivan & Dirty Kitchen was wed to Amanda Kerr, a prominent fiddle teacher in northern Virginia.
Though the couple makes their home in Alexandria, VA, they returned to their hometown of Anchorage for the wedding among family and dear friends.
In true bluegrass fashion, the groom sang John Hartford’s No End Of Love to his bride during the ceremony, accompanying himself on guitar. She promptly joined in singing harmony. What could be better?
Dan is the son of Greg Booth, another well-known Alaskan bluegrass musician. He performs on banjo and reso-guitar with The Kathy Kallick Band.
Best of luck to Dan and Amanda!