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EOP Writers Series hosted by Chuck McDowell with with Malcolm Holcombe, Walter Parks and Wyatt Espalin

June 28, 2019 8:00 PM
Doors Open: 7:00 PM
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TICKET PRICES CURRENTLY AVAILABLE
DAY OF SHOW GENERAL ADMISSION:
Ticket Price: $25.00
Fees: $4.25
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GENERAL ADMISSION:
Ticket Price: $20.00
Fees: $3.40
Order fees: $0.00


TICKET SALE DATES
GENERAL ADMISSION Public Onsale: February 19, 2019 10:28 AM to June 28, 2019 6:00 PM
DAY OF SHOW GENERAL ADMISSION Public Onsale: June 28, 2019 6:00 PM to June 28, 2019 11:00 PM
General Admission

$20 in advance ($25 day of show)

Chuck Mcdowell from ESOEBO hosts the EOP Writer Series. Joining Chuck for the March 29th, 2019 show is with Malcolm Holcombe, Walter Parks and Wyatt Espalin.

Chuck McDowell

Chuck is a Georgia-based singer-songwriter and frontman for the band ESOEBO. He is a former winner of Eddie Owen Presents: Songwriters Open Mic Shootout.

Malcolm Holocombe

Born and raised in the Blue Ridge mountains of North Carolina, Malcolm Holcombe is being recognized by the contemporary U.S and European folk/americana community as a performer of national stature, and an uncommonly unique guitarist/vocalist about whom Rolling Stone Magazine says: "Haunted country, acoustic blues and rugged folk all meet [here]..."

Walter Parks

Vocalist and Swamp finger picking guitarist. Can be heard solo and with others including his band, Swamp Cabbage.

"Walter Parks is an extraordinary singer whose songs can break your heart as well as get you dancing. Lyrical and political, personal and otherworldly at the same time, transcendent as well as down to earth, Walter is a musical treasure, an artist of the highest caliber. To hear him is to be lifted into a mystical sphere. I adore him." - Judy Collins

Wyatt Espalin

Armed with a guitar and a desire to write songs, he paired with Cobi Ferguson to form the acclaimed Americana duo, Trees Leave. Combining electric guitar with traditional bluegrass roots led to a noticeably unique sound and a growing fan base. Having years of touring under their belts and two successful albums, Run (2008) and The Gospel of Hurt (2010), it was time for Cobi to settle down, and Wyatt to find a new setting fit for a more personal level of songwriting.His debut album, The Pardon, provides ten glimpses into breakups, burdens, colorful britches, and the light on the other side of it all.

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