SAYING GOODBYE: Winston-Salem Symphony will current a Music that Pops live performance, that includes North Carolina’s personal Steep Canyon Rangers, who will be part of the Symphony for a night of bluegrass and extra at 7:30 p.m. Might 6 at R.J. Reynolds Auditorium at 301 Hawthorne Street NW in Winston-Salem. The Ashville-based Steep Canyon Rangers are Grammy Award winners, Billboard chart-toppers and frequent collaborators of the famend banjoist (and occasional comic) Steve Martin. The Rangers are Woody Platt on guitar and vocals, Graham Sharp of Greensboro on banjo and vocals, Mike Guggino on mandolin/mandola and vocals, Nicky Sanders on fiddle and vocals, Mike Ashworth on drums and vocals, and Barrett Smith on bass and vocals. This can be one of many final live shows that includes Platt, one of many founders of Steep Canyon Rangers. Platt has determined to step away from the group after 25 years. “We love Woody and owe him a massive debt for all the work he’s put in, both on the stage and behind the scenes. We’re excited for the next chapter of his life and also excited for the next chapter of Steep Canyon Rangers,” the group posted on its Fb web page. Winston-Salem Symphony was the primary orchestra the group performed with and now would be the final for the unique lineup. The live performance can be led by assistant conductor Karen Ní Bhroin. Tickets begin at $25 at 336-464-0145 or wssymphony.org.