Brosville, VA - One man in the Southside is gaining national attention for his musical abilities.
Bluegrass artist James King from Brosville has been nominated for a Grammy.
King's new album, Three Chords and the Truth is up for Best Bluegrass Album of the Year.
King says this album was about a year and half in the making and is completely different from the rest of his albums.
King and his band covered 12 country songs and put a Bluegrass twist to them. He says he was shocked to hear the news.
"I couldn't believe it. Really I mean, ‘Grammy nominees' that means there was about a hundred and something CD's submitted for Bluegrass, and I'm in the top five. I'm really thankful, I am," King said.
King will be heading to the Grammys on January 26 to find out if he's the winner.
Either way, King says he's honored to just be nominated.
Danville, VA - A tree, almost 100 feet tall, came crashing down during Tuesday's storm, just missing a house in Danville. Around 5:30 PM, John Tate heard what sounded like a small explosion outside his
Danville, VA - A tree, almost 100 feet tall, came crashing down during Tuesday's storm, just missing a house in Danville.