The Blue Water Ramblers organize our performances around themes. We offer twelve different programs which we arrange to meet the needs and expectations of your audience.
Michigan, The High Five State - songs about Michigan and the Great Lakes.
A Tribute To Rural America - traditional folk songs about farms and trains.
Bluegrass Old and New, Borrowed and Blue - Hot tunes, fast jams, sweet waltzes and improvization.
A Century Of Love Songs from 1904 to the 21st century - songs about the way we were.
All God's Critters - songs about animals, both living and extinct.
Hootenanny Time - folk songs from the Sixties that still inspire today.
I Saw The Light - a traditional Gospel Sing for young and old alike.
Don't Fence Me In - the best of the wild, wild west Cowboy music.
Swing Your Partner - a evening of lines, squares, rounds and reels taught and called by Banjo-Jim.
Kid Kraziness - Songs, stories, dances and activities for the young and young at heart.
Protest Song Residency - The union, civil rights and anti-war protest songs of the 20th century for high school and college history classes.