"Sheriff Uncle Bob runs the show," explains a thirtysomething woman playing a worn guitar in between chugs of beer. "He's the sheriff of good times, so if you're not having a good time, it's time for you to go." Sheriff Uncle Bob stands six foot two, six foot three maybe with the cowboy hat, and as the self-proclaimed lawman and musical leader of this here bar (read: Baggot Inn), it is his sole duty to strap on a Dobro and rock you till the wee hours of every Wednesday night. Well, maybe more like "pick" you or just steer you into some kind of knee-slapping fervor until you're convinced your real home is a backwoods farm in southern Kentucky. Either way, it's fair to say that Bob, co-founder Tom "Banjo" Hanway, and the other mandolin, flute, guitar, fiddle, harmonica, and stand-up bass players will leave you feeling far, far away... More >>>