FREE SHOW! Live Music Supporters & Customer appreciation night Jan 28th 8pm, The Antibodies with Pure Speculation and Local Honey
Posted on Nov.28, 2011
This is a full night with 3 bands for all of you who have supported live music. These guys were here back in 2010 and will be back again on Jan 28th. A Word from the band. We are a no-frills quartet. We are what you hear — the music, with many influences. The lyrics are thoughtful and sometimes quirky. From the touch of bluegrass in ABDUCTED to the grunge of DON’T BE QUIET to the beauty of JIMI. We’ve never been overly worried if you liked the music or not because if we didn’t like it, how could we put it out there? We enjoy performing live with energy, humor, theater and activism. Hope you’ll give the songs a listen.
Posted on Nov.27, 2011
Back in the dead heat of the summer, L Shape Lot feature on HBO Series East Bound & Down, stopped into visit Gaffney. Mixing a healthy amount of musical chops, honest, and creative songwriting, powerful stage presence and well sung four-part harmonies, L Shape Lot creates an original and dynamic American sound based in country, rock, bluegrass and roots/folk music. Their lively sound explores new ground, while still paying homage to their predecessors. L Shape Lot is from Wilmington, NC and consists of four members: Eric Miller (Acoustic guitar, vocals), Alex Lanier (electric, acoustic guitar, vocals) Rick Williams ( 6 string electric bass, upright bass, vocals) and John Kovalski (drums, vocals).
Their high-energy live shows have become a hot ticket at both night clubs and music festivals of all types. This group of veteran musicians has been perfecting their sound for over 8 years. In 2009, the band completed their second full-length studio release, Looks Like Snow, and earned excellent press and numerous honors including Encore Magazine’s Best Band and The Beat Magazine’s Best Country Band. They have become the go-to roots band in the area for touring national acts, sharing the stage with the Avett Brothers, Peter Frampton, Drew Emmit from Leftover Salmon, Larry Keel and Natural Bridge, Chatham County Line, and most recently Railroad Earth. 2010 finds LSL moving beyond the confines of their coastal stomping grounds to serve up their unique brand of “on your feet” Americana throughout the Southeastern US. Visit them http://www.lshapelot.com/home/ or watch some video L shape back in Aug
Posted on Nov.01, 2011
Standing Strong is a production of Cable Dickerson who will discuss some of the struggles and accomplishments that take place in today’s marriages. Cable Dickerson is a woman of many passions but her desire and passion to see people happy and in love is what birth out Unity Express. Seeing older couples still walk hand in hand, witnessing the purity and romance of two people just pouring out love onto each other is such a blessing. Cable has always believe that love was a beautiful thing and wanted to make sure she could help to keep it alive in our marriages today. As she pondered on how to do that, Unity Express crossed her mind and thus far she opened her on business. This Company sets out to accomplish its motto everyday ” Marriage and love is a beautiful thing and we are committed in making it stay that way”! Unity Express advertises, promotes and host events that help maintain an abundant marriage. Tickets on sale at http://unityexpress1.eventbrite.com/?s=6585595
Posted on Oct.25, 2011
Matt Joiner is one of the most admired up-and-coming guitarists in and around Athens, Georgia. Born June 18th, 1982 in Athens – a place known as much for its historic, rich, and electric music scene as it is for its largest resident: The University of Georgia, Matt began taking an interest in the guitar at an early age. Over the last 12 years, Matt has showcased his talents in many ways, including contributing to the Christian group Souls Forgiven and the classic rock cover band Assfault. He currently plays in his blues-influenced, southern rock band The Rattlers and has been invited onstage by Kevn Kinney to join Drivin’n’Cryin during their encore set at the 40 Watt Club in Athens. His guitar playing can also be heard in radio commercials for an assortment of businesses and industries. In 2010, Matt reached out to Clay Hinson (Bass) and Woody Hughes(Drums) and started working on his career. Music of choice for the group was straight forward Blues/Rock. Playing shows in 2010 at different venues like Mikes Down Under in Jefferson, Ga were mostly packed houses. Most recent shows have taken Matt to such locations as Nashville, Atlanta, Savannah, Columbus, Macon, Warner Robins, Birmingham and Charleston.
Watch Matt at Center Stage
Dec 9th 7:00pm, Cherokee Chronicle Presents, Trivia hosted by the Guinness World Record Holder Wilson Casey
Posted on Oct.21, 2011
Come out for a night of trivia sponsored by The Cherokee Chronicle and hosted by Expert Wilson Casey: Not just Trivia, but Trivia with the Guinness World Record Holder! Friday Dec 9th night head downtown for dinner and stop in for a fun filled night. Challenge other teams in many categories while having a great night out.
Posted on Oct.16, 2011
Jeff’s shows were already a big success in Charlotte and Greenville, now he’s found a mid point here for the 2 cities and gaining even more fans in Gaffney South Carolina. The limos you may have seen out front are his fans from both Charlotte and Greenville. If you have not seen a show like this in the bigger cities, it’s hard to described the passion and effort put into this form of art. This session of poetry usually has an instrumental band performing in the background along with a painter that sells his work after the show which makes for a really cool session. Please visit this website for info on the show. www.wyldamerica.com
Posted on Sep.21, 2011
If you have ever been to the Moonshiners Reunion, no need to read this post, you know what a awesome show it will be. For those who have been deprived, well here’s your chance to see these guys live here on Nov. 25th. Evergreen is a collaboration of some of the North Carolina Piedmont’s best! With Scott Moss from Moonshine Jenny on vocals, Roger Padgett, Phil Simmons, and Kelly Hull from former regional band Tater, plus multi-instrumentalist Rush Padgett -History is about to be made!!!
Habitat for Humanity of Cherokee County is a nonprofit housing
ministry that works in partnership with all people in need to build decent, affordable housing. Serving Gaffney, Blacksburg, and the surrounding
areas, HFH depends on the support of individuals, businesses, and churches
in the community – from advocacy and donations to volunteerism and
education. You can make a difference! We present to church groups and
civic organizations to grow awareness in our area of the dire need for
quality, safe, affordable housing – we’d love to speak at your next event.
Look for us in the Gaffney Christmas Parade, and thank you for your
donation at tonight’s Evergreen concert. Special thanks to the members of Evergreen and to the kind folks at the Capri for granting us this
opportunity to represent Habitat for Humanity of Cherokee County tonight!
Bring some extra cash for these cool shirts too!