All Shows

Forever Doo Wop

at the Black Box Theatre

Presented in partnership with King’s Grant

Forever Doo Wop picFri, Sept. 13 –  Forever Doo Wop started performing in Myrtle Beach, S.C., in 2010. The band specializes in the music of the 50’s & 60’s. Come join us and reminisce to the old songs of days gone by.  Their goal, with your help, is to keep the music alive. As they said back in the day: “Be there or be square! ”

Tickets are $5 in advance from the MHC Visitor’s Center in uptown, as well as Rising Sun Breads on Brookdale Ave., or online (link below). Tickets will cost $8 the night of the show.

The concert will start at 7 p.m. at TheatreWorks’ Community Players black box theatre (44 Franklin St., Martinsville, Va.)

BUY TICKETS HERE


Town Mountain + Jon Stickley Trio

Sat., Nov. 2, 2019Come join us for an amazing co-bill of Asheville, N.C., bands! The first band starts at 8 pm, and both will play full-length sets. Tickets cost $15 advance and $20 day of show. Season passes are accepted! BUY TICKETS HERE.(Venue TBD)

About Town Mountain: Since releasing their debut album Original Bluegrass and Roots Country in 2007, Town Mountain has made a name for itself in bluegrass and roots circuits and have amassed a sizable catalog of original songs. They’ve toured with a who’s who of like-minded artists, including Ralph Stanley and His Clinch Mountain Boys, the Del McCoury Band, Greensky Bluegrass, Yonder Mountain String Band, Tyler Childers and many others. In 2016, Town Mountain made their Grand Ole Opry debut, performing both at the Opry House and at the famed Ryman Auditorium.

About Jon Stickley Trio: Jon Stickley Trio is a genre-defying and cinematic instrumental trio, who’s deep grooves, innovative flatpicking, and sultry-spacy violin moves the listener’s head, heart, and feet. “It’s not your father’s acoustic-guitar music—although Stickley’s pop showed him his first chords when he was 12 years old. Instead, Stickley’s Martin churns out a mixture of bluegrass, Chuck Berry, metal, prog, grunge, and assorted other genres—all thoroughly integrated into a personal style,” writes Guitar Player Magazine.

 


 

 

 

 

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