The International Bluegrass Museum now has a new executive director.
Chris Joslin will take over as director on September 1. Joslin has a long history working in business and in bluegrass music.
He was a founding member of a bluegrass group ‘Crucial Smith’. He played banjo and guitar.
After touring across the country for several years, Joslin settled in Nashville where he most recently worked as an executive talent recruiter.
Joslin says he is excited to be a part of the next chapter for the new bluegrass museum which is set to break gound in the fall.
That project, which will cost about 15 million dollars, will be built at the site of the old state building on the Owensboro riverfront.