April 26, 2014
Voted ‘Best Local Band in Nashville’ by the Tennessean, the classically trained women of Harpeth Rising bring an exciting and distinctively new sound to Americana music on violin, banjo, cello, foot percussion, and powerful, three-part vocals. Their latest album, ‘Tales from Jackson Bridge,’ remains true to Harpeth Rising’s folk, bluegrass, country, and classical roots throughout, while it expands on their blues and rock influences and adds in some new flavors such as Texas Swing and Gypsy Jazz. The album has already been named No. 6 on the Folk DJ Charts, in the Top Fifteen on the EuroAmericana Charts, Americana Radio Top Five Most Added List, the Roots Music Report’s Top Forty, Alternate Root’s Top Ten Songs of the Week, and Amazon’s Top Twenty Hot New Releases in Roots Rock. Reservations are encouraged at http://www.BrownCountyPlayhouse.org.
May 30, 2014
Friday May 30, at Celebrations (357 Tanger Outlet) in Seymour. Relay For Life team Walking for Love will be hosting a dinner and wine pull! Doors will open at 5:30pm, dinner starts at 6:30. You don’t wanna miss this! Live music will be provided all through the night, bring your dancing shoes! This Old Guitar, Tom Rasely and Bad Medicine will be playing! There will also be a silent auction, and a wine pull! Tickets are $15 for no wine pull and $20 for wine pull! Dinner is included! Join us May 30 to help raise money to end cancer! Contact Emerald Hays (812-530-7778) or Amy Siefker (812-530-7387) for more information or ticket purchase! Hope to see you there!