Down Home Days, 2002
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Pictures by Stephanie Collett and Leah Newman.
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Rain, rain, go away ...
Workers set up the main stage on the Gordon Lee Memorial High School football field early Saturday morning.
Rain couldn't stop the hundreds of craftsmen who sell their work up and down the streets of Chickamauga each Down Home Days.
Rocky rocks the city.
The Down Home Days parade is Chickamauga's largest annual parade, and this year was no different, with fire trucks, horses, tractors, the Gordon Lee High School Band and Rocky from local attraction Rock City.
Brad Martin.
An up-and-coming country artist was the highlight of the 2002 festivities in the square downtown. After Martin's 3:00 p.m. set, the crowd rushed to the nearby GLHS campus, where they waited in line up to an hour to see Ricky Scaggs.
Signing his life away ...
Ashley Clark, one of the six brothers that comprise The Clark Family Experience, signs autographs for fans before taking the stage. The band was greeted with hundreds of gifts from fans and thanked each and every one by signing everything from guitars to pants legs both before and after their show.
CFX takes the stage.
Returning for a second consecutive year, the Clark Family Experience warmed up the crowd for Bluegrass legend Ricky Scaggs. The evening also included a set from bluegrass youngsters The Old Crow Medicine Show.
Singing in the rain ...
Ricky Scaggs brought a little bit of light to the otherwise soaked festivities, sharing the music that makes him one of the premier string players of his generation.