• RAC becomes Belfry Fellows

    Presto chango! Rockin' Acoustic Circus is now Belfry Fellows. The band has decided to effect a name change to go along with their new musical direction following some major personnel changes late last year. What began as a group of teen

  • Rockin’ Acoustic Circus in Nashville

    Rockin' Acoustic Circus has a new look, and a new ZIP code. The popular Oklahoma band has moved to the Nashville area, sans their cello-playing, shoe-echewing singer Emma Hardin and, as we reported earlier, their founding mentor and chaperone, Rick Morton. It

  • New look for Rockin’ Acoustic Circus

    Along with their move to the Nashville area from Oklahoma, Rockin' Acoustic Circus has made a couple of personnel changes. The group got their start when the original band members were studying with Rick Morton, and he took on the guitar

  • Rockin’ Acoustic Circus at IBMA

    Watching Emma Hardin take the stage with her carbon-fiber cello was a solid clue that the assembled crowd was not about to see another Bluegrass Boys clone; a clue that proved to be delightfully correct in the ensuing 25 minutes.Eric

  • Yet even more Gettysburg pics

    Here are more of Frank Baker's images from Gettysburg 2011, featuring photos he took during performances by Larry Cordle & Lonesome Standard Time and Michael Cleveland & Flamekeeper. Frank also caught two sets from Rockin' Acoustic Circus, a mostly young band

  • Lonestar Lullabye from RAC

    Another young group that is making waves in the bluegrass/acoustic world is Rockin' Acoustic Circus, an Oklahoma band of talented teens - with one "old guy" riding herd. Their ages range from 15 to 18 (plus the "old guy") and