Fargo, North Dakota.
Last night, I was scanning my presets in the car while on our way to dinner. I happened to notice on my XM Radio a photo of someone who looked pretty familiar. Now I don’t listen to bluegrass music much but there on the Bluegrass Junction channel was Bill Clifton. Huh? SiriusXM publishes small images of the artists to display on the radio screen. Looks like someone grabbed the wrong image. I’d swear that’s an image of our 42nd President, William Jefferson “Bill” Clinton.
Searching online, I found out more about Bill Clifton, a member of the International Bluegrass Music Association’s Hall of Fame, Bill Clifton is known for creating one of the first bluegrass festivals. The image below and more information about this folk and bluegrass musician’s biography can be found on Wikipedia here.
When I saw the screen on my car radio, I was hoping that we would get to our destination before the song finished so I could grab a cell pic to share with you this Cellpic Sunday. The rule for this feature is simple, the image must be captured on a mobile device, in this case, a Samsung S7.