LIVE ENTERTAINMENT LIKE YOU’VE NEVER SEEN BEFORE!
Witness the amazing wonders of hypnotism or imagine volunteering to be a part of the show! Don’t miss this unique and hilarious entertainment experience with Master Hypnotist Tanya Oskey.
**Due to the nature of the show, children under the age of 15 are not permitted.
Premium seating: $24 ($27 day of show)
Reserved seating: $20 ($23 day of show)
Good Rockin' Tonight is a 1950's Rock and Rockabilly Tribute that features professional Nashville musicians who perform the most influential songs in Rock and Roll history.
The band covers the songs of Elvis, Buddy Holly, Little Richard, Chuck Berry, The Everly Brothers, Jerry Lee Lewis, Eddie Cochran, Roy Orbison and more with excited energy and musical accuracy. Good Rockin Tonight also recently recorded a live album, due out soon at the Legendary Sun Records in Memphis where the genre of Rock n Roll was created
$18 in advance
$22 day of show
VOTED "BEST LOCAL BAND" BY DAILY TAR HEEL READERS AND STAFF IN APRIL 2015.
"THIS FOLKSY, SWING-RAGTIME BAND FROM CHAPEL HILL IS MAKING WAVES FOR IT'S HIGH ENERGY PERFORMANCES AND GROOVY DANCE TUNES."
- DAILY TAR HEEL: CAROLINA'S FINEST 2014-2015
"THESE WHISKEY-SOAKED TUNES CAN EASILY LEAD TO SOME FOOT-STOMPIN' HOOTIN' AND HOLLERIN' (PARDON, THAT'S THE EASTERN NORTH CAROLINA COMING OUT IN ME)"
- 88.1 WKNC
“Acoustic Blues & Slide Guitar Workshop with Scott Ainslie”
Concert: 8 pm (General Admission) $20 advance tickets ($25 day of show)
Concert and Workshop: $45
Steeped in traditional music from both sides of the color line, Scott Ainslie is a renowned acoustic blues guitarist, singer and songwriter. He learned southern old-time ballads, banjo and fiddle from senior musicians in North Carolina and West Virginia
Emily Ann Peterson
The Wineskins (Keith Moore)
Nathan Evans Fox
$10 in advance ($13 at the door)
"Based out of Atlanta, by way of Cincinnati, Tyler is a singer-songwriter who brings a fresh and purposeful approach to pop music.
Beginning his career by playing shows throughout Chattanooga, while in college, Tyler continued his career in the Cincinnati music scene and has played on bills with countless artists at numerous venues throughout Cincinnati.
After moving to Atlanta, Tyler has begun paying his dues in the Atlanta music scene through open mics such as Eddie Owens Presents Songwriter Showcase and the Tin Roof Acoustic Showdown as well as playing venues such as Smiths Olde Bar. In June of this year, Tyler released an EP titled Revelry which tells stories of triumph but also heartbreak, choices, dreams and decisions."
Sarah Zúñiga is a New York born singer-songwriter and guitarist who has made Athens, Georgia her home. Sarah is fluent in Spanish having parents from Ecuador and Nicaragua; a different but beautiful combination.
Sarah has written and composed a great deal of songs both in Spanish and English in genres including folk, coffeehouse, and alternative. Some of these songs will be featured in her upcoming debut EP, Someday Soon. She has released her first single, People Do Crazy Things For Love, on Spotify, iTunes, GooglePlay, Apple Music, and Amazon! You may find her on Reverbnation, Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube as SarahZunigaMusic.
$15 in advance ($20 day of show)
The Canadian born Nick Nace is a "highly-respected wordsmith among East Nashville’s Americana scene" (-American Songwriter). He lived in NYC for over a decade and was one half of the folk duo A Brief View of the Hudson (Best Folk Duo - NY Press). The pair recorded two albums and composed the soundtrack for Tell Your Friends! The Concert Film! which premiered at SXSW.
In 2015 he moved to Nashville and has since toured Ireland (Whelans, The Ruby Sessions), was selected to perform at the Mississippi Songwriter Festival, Druid City Songwriter Festival, The Dripping Springs Songwriter Festival, Panama City Songwriter Festival and is a winner of the gulf coast's biggest songwriting competition The Gulf Coast Songwriter Shootout (judged by Travis Meadows).
This summer he toured the Southeast with Nashville songwriters Jon Latham & Darrin Bradbury and opened for Texas troubadour Hayes Carll. He released his debut EP Canadiana Americana last year and has played Canada and all across the United States in support of it. He will be recording his debut album this autumn.
A folk songwriter out of Nashville, TN. Originally from Monroe, CT, he started playing his songs at bars when he was young. After winning the 2017 Kerrville New Folk songwriting competition, he released his debut record Bad Parts EP.
The momentum allowed him to tour around the country consistently since then. Armed with a batch of deep, poetic songs and a striking stage presence, Chris seems like a man hellbent on the truth; “..the places most would rather stay away from” he says. “I like real stories more than I like parables.
Things that are a little uglier and maybe don’t give you all the answers.” He has recently shared the stage with folk troubadours like Joe Ely and Jonathan Byrd. This summer, Chris will be playing shows in Texas, Colorado, Nashville and up and down the east coast.
“One of my favorite songwriters in town. Chris is a rather unassuming guy but his songs will blow you away.” - Ear to the Ground
Born and raised in the Pacific Northwest, Emily moved her earthy roots to Nashville, Tennessee in 2016 to continue pursuing her career goals as an entertainer, singer, and songwriter (in that order). After landing a songwriter position in Masterclass and being mentored by Reba McEntire on the ins and outs of the music industry in Nashville in 2016, Emily has continued to write and perform in and around Nashville. Emily's music lilts effortlessly between the spirit of Ella Fitzgerald's lullabies, the fiery integrity of Loretta Lynn's ballads, and the irresistible groove of modern farm. Her first single entitled "I Baked You a Pie" is set to release September 30th, 2018.
Featuring Scott Thompson, Brent McDonald & Friends
Christmas Back Home opened its inaugural season in December 2017 to rave reviews! Scott Thompson and Brent McDonald put together an eight-piece, all-star band of musicians for a new take on timeless holiday masterpieces.
A classic Christmas show with a twist, Christmas Back Home will win its way into your heart as a new family Christmas tradition.
Join us for Standards and Classics of Christmas - an original musical review of classics Christmas songs from the 1940's, 50's and 60's.
Standards and Classics was inspired on the stage of the Red Clay Theatre by local Duluth artists and premiered there in December of 2017.
Day of show tickets: $24
Steve Baughman will be in Austria for the 200th anniversary singing of "Silent Night" at the chapel where it was first performed. Due to his journey, he'll be unable to be in the Celtic Christmas tour this year. Robin and Steve's friend and champion harp player, Sue Richards, will be filling in for Steve.
Hailed as a “Celtic guitar god” by Baltimore City Paper and “one of the best folk instrumentalists in the business” by Sing Out! Magazine, Robin Bullock is one of the preeminent acoustic music masters of our time.
His virtuosity on guitar, cittern and mandolin blends the ancient melodies of the Celtic lands, their vigorous American descendants, and the masterworks of the Baroque and Renaissance eras into one powerful musical vision.
$27 advanced ($32 day of show)
$23 advanced ($28 day of show)
“Pierce Pettis doesn’t write mere songs, he writes literature...End to end the songwriting is brilliant...Pierce Pettis albums are events in my listening. His writing just gets better all the time and his singing is marvelous, wry and warm..." -Sing Out!
"...One of the more vital and critically acclaimed folk stars of recent years."
-Performing Songwriter Magazine
Pettis was a staff songwriter for PolyGram from 1993-2000 and when his High Street contract ended, Pettis signed to Compass Records where he has released Making Light of It (1996), Everything Matters (1998), State of Grace (2001), and Great Big World (2004). Pierce Pettis’ songs have been recorded by artists including Susan Ashton, Dar Williams, Garth Brooks and Art Garfunkel.
Andy Offutt Irwin
A storyteller, theatre director, singer-songwriter, and Shakespearean actor, Andy has been Artist-in-Residence at Emory University’s Oxford College since 1991. He has performed at LaGuardia High School of Performing Arts in New York, The Library of Congress, Walt Disney World, and a bunch of times at the National Storytelling Festival in Jonesborough, Tennessee.
Andy lives in Covington, Georgia. He thinks he is funny.
Premium: $28 ($33 day of show)
Premium: $28 ($33 day of show)
Premium: $28 ($33 day of show)
Premium: $28 ($33 day of show)
$20 in advance ($25 day of show)
“Beth Wood is a musical triple-threat — a thoughtful songwriter and talented multi-instrumentalist with a supple, soulful voice.” — Washington Post
Beth’s skills in the craft of songwriting have been recognized by the prestigious Kerrville New Folk Award, The Sisters Folk Festival Dave Carter Memorial Songwriting Award, the Billboard World Song Contest, and many more.
There have been incredible and surreal moments in the spotlight: opening for Steve Winwood, Michael McDonald, Shawn Colvin, Chris Whitley; being a four-time featured artist on Cayamo, a week-long Caribbean songwriters’ cruise along with most of her living musical heroes; singing the national anthem for 42,000 people at a major league baseball game; discussing guitar tunings with David Crosby backstage at a festival; being featured on “Troubadour, TX”, a nationally syndicated documentary-style singer-songwriter reality television series airing in almost 40 million households and 140 U.S. markets.
Sarah Siskind continues to be one of today’s most respected and covered songwriters as well as a stand-out independent artist, who Spin Magazine calls “an artist you must hear now”.
Armed with a striking vocal style and solid guitar and piano work, Sarah is a regular NPR performer with features on NPR’s Tiny Desk Concerts, World Cafe with David Dye, All Songs Considered, Song Of The Day and most recently NPR’s Mountain Stage.
She has toured with Bonnie Raitt, Paul Brady, Grammy winner Bon Iver (who also famously covered her “Lovin’s For Fools”) and The Swell Season and had songs recorded by Alison Krauss (the GRAMMY nominated “Simple Love”), Randy Travis, Madi Diaz and many more.
Premium: $35 ($40 day of show)
Reserved: $30 ($36 day of show)
Some of Suzy's accomplishments include ten albums for Capitol Records, one of which has been certified platinum and three others, gold. Eight of her singles have cracked country music's top 5. Suzy is the recipient of a GRAMMY award (for Best Traditional Folk Album as a part of Beautiful Dreamer: The Songs of Stephen Foster) as well as several awards from the Academy of Country Music, The Country Music Association, CMT, and ASCAP.
Her songs have been heard on television shows and in commercials. She has performed on many national television shows including: In Performance At The White House (PBS), A Capitol 4th (PBS), Austin City Limits, The Tonight Show with Jay Leno, Live With Regis And Kelly, and The View. Suzy is a frequent guest on National Public Radio's A Prairie Home Companion with Garrison Keillor.
In 2011 Suzy released American Folk Songbook a 17 song CD and hardcover book with stories and sheet music, available online and nationally at Cracker Barrel Old Country Stores.