Jason Kenney has been teaching and performing music for over 10 years. Originally from Dahlonega, Jason began playing bluegrass guitar at the age of 14. Jason left his hometown and toured throughout the country playing lead guitar with Corey Smith from 2004 to 2006. During this time he released a solo album in 2005 "Without Sidewalks" as well as collaborated on two of Smith's albums "The Good Life" and "In The Mood". At the end of 2006, he returned to Dahlonega and started a duo group with his wife, Lara Polangco, called "The Family Honor". During the next four years Jason learned how to play the mandolin and banjo with proficiency and began honing his skills as a singer/songwriter. In 2010, Jason was a founding member of the progressive folk band, HomeGrown Revival which recorded a highly acclaimed original album "Leaving Wynfield Station". HomeGrown Revival performed in sold out venues throughout Georgia. Jason has enjoyed the privilege of teaching children and adults around north Georgia for the last 5 years including a position at GA Pick and Bow. He is currently teaching guitar, mandolin, banjo, music theory, and songwriting at the Holly Theater in downtown Dahlonega. More info at www.reverbnation.com/jasonkenney All ages welcome. No cover charge.