Art & Culture

PHOTOS: 25th Annual Good Old-Fashioned Bluegrass Festival

Check out photos from Day Two of the music festival held at San Benito County Historical Park.

Bluegrass fans gathered Friday, Aug. 10 at the San Benito County Historical Park to celebrate day two of the 25th Annual Good Old-Fashioned Bluegrass Festival.

Michael Hall, president of the Northern California Bluegrass Society that hosted the event, announced that the 1800s-era Cottage Bar and Saloon would be open for the first time in the festival’s history.

Friday’s main stage performers featured Wildcat Mountain Ramblers, Red Dog Ash, Faux Renwah, Goat Hill Girls, Snap Jackson & The Knock on Wood Players, and Blue Summit.




Hello! My name is Joshua Miller and I am a photojournalism student at San Francisco State University and a former Haybaler at San Benito High School. While attending SBHS, I held the position of chief photographer, as well as the photo editor of the 2014 yearbook staff. After graduation, I transferred to Long Beach City College to continue my journalism education. While attending LBCC, I held numerous positions on the college newspaper staff such as editor-in-chief, design editor, photo editor and photographer. When I am not taking pictures, you can usually find me digging through crates of vinyl records in Santa Cruz or collecting antique cameras to restore and use. I have worked for over 8 years professionally as a freelance photojournalist with various media outlets around the state. I am very proud to be able to work with BenitoLink's news team to provide eye-catching photos to the people of San Benito County.