Chapmanville W.Va. — If you aren't familiar with the name Liam Farley, it's only a matter of time. The 9 year old fiddle playing phenom from Logan County has been tearing it up since he was 4, and has played for dignitaries, large crowds, and won several competitions in West Virginia and around the country.
He started with a plastic toy guitar and drumstick, and has been on a rocket like trajectory ever since. Liam along with his playing companion and grandfather Phillip Farley, have played at several large bluegrass festivals, Tamarak, The West Virginia Music Hall of Fame, and West Virginia Power Park. Liam won first place at the 2018 Vandalia Gathering, and recently played for Governor Jim Justice at the annual Christmas party at the governor's mansion. Liam Farley has also become a YouTube sensation with millions of views covering several videos. You can check him out on Facebook here.