Folly [fol-ee] noun [plural fol-lies] 1. the state or quality of being foolish; lack of understanding or sense. 2. a foolish action, practice, idea, adsurdity: the folly of performing without a rehearsal. 3. a costly and foolish undertaking; unwise investment or expenditure.
Performing traditional and contemporary bluegrass music, the Millers Folly Bluegrass Band plays festivals, club, worship, and private events around the Kentucky, southern Indiana and southern Ohio region since 2013. Featuring Roz Carothers on fiddle, Roger Miller on banjo, Keith Hardison on mandolin, Keith Chasteen on guitar, Jenny Morse on the upright bass, and Deb Singery on vocals, the group brings a great sound and presence to the stage. The band released its first CD in 2018 called Straight Bluegrass: Small Batch #1 to honor their roots in the heart of bluegrass and bourbon country.