The region takes its name from two musical genres and a unique style of cooking that each have beginnings here. These three “Bs” have not only made this area famous in Kentucky, but across the world!
Two musical pioneers have called the area home; the music they created shaped not only the local experience but has had a profound impact on American culture. Bill Monroe, born in Rosine, is the Father of Bluegrass music, having invented this groundbreaking art form in the 1930s. W.C. Handy, known as the Father of the Blues, wrote that his time spent in Henderson greatly influenced the music he would later write.
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