Discussions and plans of building a museum dedicated to the father of Bluegrass music are finally coming to fruition. Bill Monroe will have a museum in his honor in his hometown of Rosine in Ohio County.
This is quite an honor. The New York Times has put out a list of the "52 Places to Go in 2016" and coming in at number 42? Rosine, Kentucky, the birthplace of Bill Monroe and the birthplace of Bluegrass.
Not only is Rosine's Alex Taylor a writer and a college instructor, he's a PUBLISHED author and me and my family couldn't be more proud.
For as long as I can remember, Alex was writing stories. I would go in his room and see piles of notebook paper with his signature barely legible writing on the front and back of each page...