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