Will be streamed live at YouTube.com/EOPLive!
$15 in advance ($20 day of show)
Johnny’s music has been on the radio, television and in movies. His 30th solo album is due in the fall of 2018. The band he founded, Apostles of Bluegrass (not a Gospel group), works constantly and has recorded 5 albums of their own. He was picked by Creative Loafing magazine in Atlanta as critic’s choice for Best Local Singer/Songwriter. Roquemore is a three time and current Georgia State Harmonica Champion. Acoustic Guitar magazine chose him as the winner of their First Ever Songwriting Competition. Taking home the grand prize on the original Gong Show with Chuck Barris, the description of Johnny as “Little Suck Face” was bleeped all across America.
Her voice is sweet and strong, her lyrics are catchy and clever. Candy Fernaux has the soulful sound of a story-telling country and western diva from days gone by; she calls her style of music 'Candy Country'. Her new single “Farm Girl” hits radio July 30, and is the title track for her second album, scheduled for release this fall. Nebraska born ‘n Texas grown- this rockin' country girl makes her home in Nashville, TN.
“Tall Tales and Troubadours is a tour de force performance…” – Ron Wray, No Depression “Mike writes songs that are a little closer to the bone.” – Chuck Dauphin, Billboard “A performer loved by all audiences.” – Virginia Arts Council
Mike Aiken is an Americana, Country, Roots artist with an ocean view. This songwriter, guitarist and sea captain is originally from rural Western New York, outside of Buffalo. He currently lives aboard his sailboat in Norfolk, Virginia when he’s not on the road or in in Nashville. His highly anticipated seventh studio album, WAYWARD TROUBADOUR, will be released early in 2018, a follow up to Grammy-nominated CAPTAINS & COWBOYS. Mike brings his favorite band (of wayward troubadours) together to help tell the musical stories behind the songs including Kenny Vaughan (Marty Stuart) on extra guitars, David Roe (Chet Atkins, Johnny Cash) on upright bass and vocal appearances by co-writers Henry Paul (Outlaws, Blackhawk) and Chris P James (Burrito Brothers).