UPCOMING SHOWS

 

AUGUST 24

MIKE FARRIS

Coming off of an incredible GRAMMY win for 2015’s SHINE FOR ALL THE PEOPLE (Best Roots Gospel album), Nashville rocker Mike Farris keeps it earthy and personal on SILVER & STONE, out September 7 on Compass Records. The title refers to his wife Julie's wedding ring, and the album is a celebration of their 23 years of marriage and her steadfastness in sticking by him through his years struggling with addiction and alcoholism. Now sober for 7 years, Farris has the energy and conviction of a man saved, a stack of anecdotes and life experiences that would make most people’s heads spin, and a soulful vocal delivery reminiscent of Sam Cooke or Otis Redding.

 
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august 31

Barefoot movement

Heartfelt, energetic, and down home. Heralded by CMT Edge as "one of the most promising bands on the bluegrass scene," the music of the Nashville based group The Barefoot Movement is as down to earth as their intention for members of their audience: sit back, relax, take your shoes off, and stay a while. All the worries and frustrations of the world melt away as this charming, acoustic band takes listeners back to a simpler place and time. Whether you're seeking emotional ballads or rip-roaring barn-burners, you can expect a collection of music that offers something for everyone.

 

SEPTEMBER 14

MICHELLE MALONE

A singer, songwriter, guitarist, producer whose music is informed by roots rock, blues, folk and Georgia soul, Michelle Malone's performances can go from contemplative coffeehouse quiet to rowdy and "Deluxe reverb on 10" at the turn of a dime. Her passionate, uncompromising style has won her loyal following worldwide. 

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SEPTEMBER 21

Laura cortese & the dance cards

Laura Cortese wears many hats: fiddler, singer, songwriter, multi-instrumentalist, bandleader, community builder, and creativity instigator. Her band Laura Cortese & the Dance Cards is a quartet of singing string players whose original music draws from diverse traditions and experiences to create a broad-minded yet clear-eyed sonic vision. It’s based in the lyrical rituals of folk music while exploring new territories, moving seamlessly from gauzy, ethereal vocal harmonies to rowdy indie-rock percussion to propulsive fiddle melodies directly from Appalachia or Scotland.

 

November 16

violet bell

Violet Bell’s original Americana is woven from threads of folk, soul, bluegrass, psychedelic, and classical music.  On stage and in the studio, the energy between Lizzy Ross and Omar Ruiz-Lopez is fiery, intimate and intuitive. Based out of Durham, the pair have played shows from Montreal to Miami since forming in 2016, resulting in a strong onstage chemistry that’s evident in person and in videos of these live performances.

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december 7

MARY GAUTHIER with special guest jaimee harris

Mary Gauthier Wins “International Artist Of The Year” And “Album Of The Year” For Her Acclaimed Album “Rifles & Rosary Beads”

Rifles & Rosary Beads, the latest album from singer-songwriter Mary Gauthier has continued to gather accolades from the press and beyond since its January 26th (2018) release via Thirty Tigers. Gauthier was recently awarded the Americana Music Association’s UK “International Artist Of The Year” Award and followed that by winning “Album Of The Year” at the International Folk Music Awards (Folk Alliance). The album garnered a GRAMMY nomination in the “Best Folk Album” category and was nominated for “Album Of The Year” by the Americana Music Association. The LA Times also named Rifles & Rosary Beads their 2018 Singer/Songwriter Album Of The Year, and supported with an in-depth feature. (Read HERE)