May 14 Sierra Hull and Justin Moses married

Sierra Hull and Justin Moses married, May 14, 2017 in a small, private ceremony at an historic home in Brentwood, TN. Justin and Sierra had known each other for many years, but only began dating more recently. They perform on the road in Sierra’s touring show, so togetherness is how they live their lives.
Sierra shared a few memories from their big day…
“It was an outdoor wedding and truly more breathtaking than either of us could have imagined. Perfect weather! My mom did all of the flower arrangements and decorations… she did an amazing job!
We were surrounded by friends, family and lots of great food and music.
The ceremony was short and sweet with a song (Till the Rivers All Run Dry) from Alison Krauss, Dan Tyminski and Ron Block.
During the reception our pal Ronnie Bowman sang an original song for our first dance.
At the end of the evening after lots of BBQ, cake, games and laughter, we had a small jam with our friends that had brought their instruments. A perfect ending to a magical day!
Music before the ceremony was provided by Ethan Jodziewicz and Ron Block. And my sweet friend and bridesmaid, Maria Kowalski (along with Ethan on bass), played violin as I walked down the aisle.”

About the author

I enjoy researching Bluegrass, Bluegrass Gospel, and Country birthdays, anniversaries and interesting trivia dates. I am a piano/organ performance major who has taught privately and served as church accompanist since 1968 in North Carolina and Central Kentucky. Although classically trained, I appreciate all genres of music. My mother, who was also a church musician and taught public school music grades K-12, knew that Bluegrass music was the purest American music. She always introduced her students to this fine genre and began my musical studies with her at age 2. Bach to Berachah Valley, Mozart to Jimmy Martin, Sibelius to Stanley Brothers, the list goes on, I hope you find some moments of enjoyment and learn a few interesting facts along the way.
I am thankful for the many resources we have at our fingertips including Google. FaceBook and BluegrassBios by Wayne Rice. It was he who inspired me to tackle the task of trying to pass on knowledge about Bluegrass music. Thanks Wayne~!
Lou Ellen Wilkie

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