Uncle Shuffelo and His Haint Hollow Hootenanny
Uncle Dave Macon Days Heritage Award Winner 2022 Joining the ranks of Bill Monroe and Ricky Skaggs, Uncle Shuffelo was the recipient of the prestigious Uncle Dave Macon Days Heritage Award for their lifetime work in preserving old-time music and dance. They have been instrumental in the preservation of Old-time Buckdancing and Clogging with the formation of the Thomas Maupin Festival, an event now happening annually in Unionville, Tennessee. WGNS RADIO.COM
Uncle Shuffelo and His Haint Hollow Hootenanny is a seven-piece, old-time string band from Rover, Tennessee, with musical influences by the Carter Family, Gid Tanner, Uncle Dave Macon, the Coon Creek Girls and many other old-time bands from years past.
Uncle Shuffelo and the Hootenanny have won many accolades including old-time band championships at the State of Tennessee Old Time Fiddlers Convention, Tennessee Valley Fiddlers Convention and the Uncle Dave Macon Old Time Music Festival
The Hootenanny plays “old-time hillbilly music for the soul.”