Scary Good Music. Free Workshops. Picking and fiddling club. What we do is simple. We get Grammie winners, Downbeat Poll winners, Juno winners. We get artists who play the Kennedy Center. Lincoln Center. The Sydney Opera House. Buckingham Palace. We have them give free workshops. We put you, the audience, 9 feet away from them […]
So here’s where we get to boast about being the best concert/educational series around, maybe in the country. Check the concerts or workshop page for more details, but here’s the quick rundown of what’s on tap:
Skunk Misery Ramblers Fiddle Club: We practice down on the Madison Green most Sundays from 4-5. They’re loose rehearsals that anyone can join in on, or just sit back and enjoy the tunes..
September 21: Harpeth Rising
Our kind of band. Three incredibly gifted graduates of Indiana’s killer conservatory display amazing classical chops, but really, just wanna have fun. So they dig into old-time, and come up with a sound that’s different from, but every bit as sophisticated as the late great Crooked Still.
Nov. 8: Ben Sollee
Ben is a cutting-edge cellist/singer/songwriter/Ted Talks presenter, etc. Add it all up and it still doesn’t describe what Ben is all about. I’m guessing this will be one of the most talked-about shows for years to come.
Later on in the year, The Barefoot Movement, Ryan Shupe and Rubber Band, The Revelers, John Jorgenson, Alasdair Fraser and Natalie Haas