"Rhythm N Blooms" is a taste of East Tenn. Music

KNOXVILLE, Tenn. (WVLT)- East Tennessee's tradition of great music...from the Carter family to Sevier County's own Dolly Parton...is a big inspiration for the annual Rhythm N Blooms concert series.

It's one of the many highlights of the Dogwood Arts Festival.

Market Square had a good size crowd on Friday night.

A variety of musicians performed both inside a number of the "square's" businesses, or outside at the Bill Lyon Stage.

Music lovers tell us they can't get enough.

And there's plenty more throughout the weekend.


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