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No Tools Loaned, Bluegrass Band


No Tools Loaned No Tools Loaned is a hot new bluegrass band based in Frankfort. The members’ individual styles blend to create a unique overall sound they refer to as “third-generation bluegrass.”

Although No Tools Loaned performs much of its own material, the band also plays the more traditional bluegrass music that all the members grew up listening to at live performances. The result is great instrumentals, tight vocal harmonies, and a lot of fun for band and audience alike.

Although this band is newly formed, each of its members is a seasoned veteran. Separately and together, they have played at venues ranging from concert halls and festivals to weddings and churches.

Among them, the men of No Tools Loaned—Wesley Atha, Jack Burch, Scotty Campbell, and Paul Douglas Williams—play banjo, mandolin, guitar, dobro, and bass fiddle.



Program 410

Billy Hertz introduces an exhibit at Galerie Hertz, and Lucia Montero talks about productions at the Lexington Ballet. Also, a visit to the studio of artist Shayne Hull and the bluegrass sounds of No Tools Loaned. (#410)

Program 423

This special edition of Mixed Media is a retrospective of guests from past shows. The program features: bluegrass music from No Tools Loaned; jazz from the Osland Dailey Duo; and a bit of classical music performed by the Ceruti Chamber Players. We'll also check out the paintings of Shayne Hull and hear from storyteller Mary Hamilton. (#423)

Program 820

The Lexington Children’s Drum Choir with the Something Special Dancers, Louisville painter Dionisio Ceballos, stone carver Tim Lewis, and music from Hell’s Half-Acre and No Tools Loaned. (#820)





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