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Coming in FEB 2014, Overmountain Men, with South Carolina Broadcasters

Posted on Sep.26, 2013

They released their sophomore effort The Next Best Thing on Ramseur Records on January 22, 2013. The album is the follow-up to their highly-acclaimed 2010 debut, Glorious Day. The core of Overmountain Men is Bob Crawford, bass player for The Avett Brothers on bass and vocals; the Charlotte-based singer/songwriter, David Childers on guitar and vocals; guitarist Randy Saxon, who also contributes banjo and mandolin; and drummer/percussionist Robert Childers.   Crawford, a long-time fan of Childers, comments: “David is the most prolific NC songwriter alive. Everywhere I go people ask about him. It is great to see people constantly discovering this man and his massive body of work.” 

The South Carolina Broadcasters “Southern children going forward at top volume” is truly what this little mission band born at a Bar-B-Que joint on the side of the road is. The South Carolina Broadcasters are not to be missed. From heart stompin’ love songs to rowdy gospel numbers that’ll make you shout hallelujah there is a rare beauty and honesty in the trio’s music. Ivy, Sarah, and David share a common passion that creates a sound that often amazes even them. “It’s not old-time, it’s not bluegrass, it’s The South Carolina Broadcasters!” Be it an old standard out of the hymnal or a song from their own pen, their music is alive. The trio has shared the stage with Ralph Stanley, Taj Mahal, Ricky Scaggs, and the Carolina Chocolate Drops and can be found touring the country and bringing their distinctive sound to a venue near you.


Jan/17/8:00/$5 The Mark Dawson Group, John Henry’s Hammer and Sean Cronin & The Boogie Children

Posted on Sep.25, 2013

The Mark Dawson Group is a Spartanburg-based band that puts its own stamp on the blues, reinvigorating a genre that can sometimes come across as stale. The psychedelic-tinged group is celebrating the release of a new EP,” The Nashville Dogs,” which was produced by Greg Archilla, an industry veteran who has worked with such renowned artists as Matchbox Twenty, Buckcherry and Edwin McCain. spartanburg herald journal


John Henry’s Hammer formed at the beginning of 2011 when a few old friends found some new ones and decided to make some honky tonk music. With influences of traditional country and a little of their own sound, somewhere between Cash and Reckless Kelly, they had only the purpose of recording a country record which would release later that summer. After realizing, “Hey we’re pretty good”, they decided to keep on a truckin. So here it is 2013 and with a couple of shows under their belt and a couple changes in the line up, John Henry’s Hammer is still trying to keep the country alive and stop the murder and desecration that’s happening in Trashville. The line up currently consist of Willie Lipsey: Vocals, Rhythm Guitar, Jeff Kelly: Bass, Al Mitchell: Drums, and Michael “Hoss” Lowe, Jr: Lead Guitar. Keep ‘Er Between The Ditches!


Sean Cronin and the boogie children. Genres:     Blues / Rock n Roll / Jam Band. Sean Cronin an his boogie children bring seasoned blues, smoking riffs plus a rhythm section that puts it all in the right places. If you want to get your blues fix then Sean Cronin and his Boogie Children can really bring it to you. Don’t miss this if you are a blues aficionado … http://www.reverbnation.com/seancronin


Dec/21/8pm Holiday-vaganza A Musical Evening in Three Acts

Posted on Sep.20, 2013

 A Musical Evening in Three Acts: an exclusive combination of bands – from indie folk rock via modern cello music all the way to americana honey pop. From Asheville, Chapel Hill and Atlanta, you will get a full range of eclectic music during your evening out.

The Wilhelm Brothers – Indie Folk Rock with Melodic Cello.

There was chemistry and musical sparks flying when The Wilhelm Brothers Chris Wilhelm (guitar/lead vocals) and Cristof Ensslin (cello/vocal harmonies/tamburin) hit off their first note together at a recording session for Trail Of The Lonesome Pine in early 2012. Since then, they have been sharing the same dream: to play for crowds of 10,000 and more. All their energy is focused on this vision, playing over 200 shows per year. Highlights on their journey so far are recording their debut EP Lay Your Burden Down with Lenny Kravitz-producer Henry Hirsch, opening for acts such as Pearl And The Beard (as trio Wilhelm McKay) as well as David LaMotte, and receiving radio airplay including getting their own Pandora Radio channel.  Link: www.thewilhelmbrothers.com

8pm The Wilhelm Brothers http://www.thewilhelmbrothers.com/

Takenobu: With Nick Ogawa, cello, vocals, Brian Harper, violin and  John Craig, drums, Takenobu performs Indie, Modern Classical, Folk, Alternative.  Take a look, click here!

9:20 Takenobu http://www.takenobumusic.com/

A Mad Affair: Formed around a campfire in the spring of 2011. Inspired by nature, the Chapel Hill trio play as if they never left the birdsong & trees. The radiant voice of Valerie Wood cascades over the nuanced cadences of Garth Robertson’s vibrant guitar and the deep, resonant groove of double bassist, Eric Smith. Candy-coated harmonies and the happy bounce of a ukulele often dance throughout a song.
A Mad Affair released their debut album, Retro Honey Pop, in December 2012. The album was recorded at Warrior Sound in Chapel Hill, NC, by Al Jacob and mastered by Brent Lambert (Nnenna Freelon, Avett Brothers). Fiddlin’ Faye Petree also makes guest appearances on “Old Country Road” and “Sun and Moon.” Lively, heart-felt, fun and friendly, th
eir 13-track album will transport you into a warm landscape of starlit summer picnics and honeysuckle-scented breezes.

10:40 A Mad Affair http://www.amadaffair.com/




Dec/20/8pm/$5 The Abbey Elmore Band, Christmas break show

Posted on Aug.23, 2013

Like all of our shows, this one is for the whole family to take a break from the hustle and bustle of the last min gift shopping and head downtown for the evening.  More info to come. http://www.reverbnation.com/theabbeyelmoreband


10/5/12pm-3pm Private event, Limestone Athletic

Posted on Aug.18, 2013

Today during 12pm and 3pm the Theatre will be reserved for Limestone College.  Want to reserve the theatre, schedule your next meeting, workshop or special event here http://caprionmain.com/about/ 


Oct/12/8pm/$10 Grand Ole Opry Legend Billy Don Burns, along with Jim Garrett

Posted on Aug.18, 2013

Billy Don Burns (www.billydonburnsofficial) is a true Country Music Warrior. He wears his battle scars with honor, depicting the stories of his life in his songs with brutal and beautiful honesty. He’s respected far and wide for his long career in songwriting and performing. He’s lived it and breathed it through lifetimes of country music passion and pain. Billy Don Burns started out in this business working with legends, and somewhere along the way he became one himself.

Billy Don Burns has traveled the world playing his music. He has performed his music on the Grand Ole Opry. He unseated his hero, Country Music Icon Johnny Cash, who had been number one for fourteen weeks on the Gavin Americana charts and received a letter of congratulations from the Man in Black when he did. Billy Don Burns is a songwriter. His songs have been record by many artists to include Willie Nelson, Connie Smith, Johnny Paycheck and Sammy Kershaw. Producer Aaron Rodgers (SC native) has recorded this outlaw troubadour’s latest release on Rusty Knuckles Records, “Nights When I’m Sober: Portrait of a Honky Tonk Singer”.  He spent the early 80’s touring across North America and having Arkansas governor Bill Clinton proclaim March 27th, 1983, as Billy Don Burns Day.

 If you like real country music, songs that tell a story about real life, then look no farther this is the man.

JIM GARRETT (www.reverbnation.com/jimgarrett) has been performing music for over 50 years. He has a diverse background by playing in various country, rock and bluegrass bands, as well as studio work. He is an accomplished/in demand musician as he plays lead and acoustic guitar, lead and backup vocals. He is accomplished songwriter. He has performed as the opening band for Nashville recording artists John and Audrey Wiggins, Lonestar, Elizabeth Cook and Hellbound Glory. Has performed shows with Jim Avett (Avett Bros father), Billy Don Burns, J.B Beverly and many more.  He has played as headliner at local and regional County Fairs.  His music is a mixture of all of his influences.


Nov/14/5:30-7pm, Business after Hrs sponsored by Hospice & CCCC

Posted on Aug.18, 2013

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