The Blues to Bluegrass Scenic Byway is divided into 3 specific trails.
They are: (This is a part of Bluegrass, Blues, Barbecue and soooo much more Initiative!!! )
Bill Monroe Bluegrass Scenic Byway Trail - some of the sites found along the route include: Crabb Family Music Group home, Bill Monroe home, Bill Monroe gravesite and monument, Jerusalem Ridge, Hancock County Museum, International Bluegrass Museum, Riverpark Center and the Owensboro Museum of Science and History. Will also find information and links about the Jerusalem Ridge Festival as well as the 2005 Visitor Report.
W.C. Handy Blues Trail- a few of the sites found along this route includes: Lee K. Nelson Wildlife Center, Little Sturgis, Camp Breckinridge Museum and Arts Center, St. Vincent Academy Girls' School, John James Audubon State Park & Museum, Henderson Fine Arts Center and the Home of W.C. Handy.
Merle Travis/Everly Brothers Rock-N-Roll Trail - Peabody Gibralter Mine office, "John Prine" Avenue, Airdrie Furnace site, Home of Mose Rager, Merle Travis Monument, historical marker honoring war veterans, National Thumbpicker's Hall of Fame, Everly Brothers Monument, Civil War battlefield and Camp Calhoun are a few of the sites along this trail.
Each one has much more than just music included in the stops.
For specific theme related trails along the scenic byway, click on those listed below.