03/19/13 - 7:19am
Deanna Beauchamp contends the once-a-month bluegrass jam session she attends at the Kenai United Methodist Church is social in more than one way.
Besides catching up and playing music with friends, Beauchamp contends bluegrass itself is social — a dance among however many players show up that day.
One leads and the rest follow, feeling their way through the tune. But this dance isn’t a stuffy waltz. The music pouring out of the Kenai church Sunday jumped and bounced, as if a warm Kentucky breeze blew through the air.