Bring your favorite instrument, or borrow one of ours, for acoustic style music on the patio. Musicians of all skill levels are welcome to come out and jam with other Queen City musicians. Freehttp://www.blueblazebrewing.com/events/
Charlotte-based singer-songwriter-guitarist Mitch Hayes nominated in Folk/Americana Category for 10th Annual Queen City Music Awards, Saturday, December 10 at Community Outreach Christian Ministries Center, 1800 Brewton Dr., Charlotte. Info: http://cocmcharlotte.org/. $10.http://cocmcharlotte.org/
Mandy Barnett, a native of Crossville, Tenn., started singing at 5 years old. She has been singing since. Mandy's style is rooted in the classic country and pop crooning of iconic singers and enduring sounds. She delves into a song with a keen interpretative sense, studying the intricacies of its emotional content and rendering a powerful performance through her full bodied voice. $31.00http://dongibsontheatre.com
Non-tradtional folk rock outfit The Avett Brothers was formed by Seth Avett and Scott Avett in 2000. Since then they released nine studio albums. They work in different musical genres including country, bluegrass, punk, pop, and others. Band's latest album True Sadness was released this June.
Marty Stuart is a five time GRAMMY winner, platinum recording artist, Grand Ole Opry star, country music archivist, Southern culture historian, photographer, musician, songwriter, TV show host, charismatic force of nature and country music fan. celebrating American roots music with a missionary's zeal. His teenage years on tour with bluegrass legend Lester Flatt in the 70's were followed by 6 years in Johnny Cash's band during the 80s and a chart-topping tenure as a solo artist in the 90s. $71.00-79.00http://www.dongibsontheatre.com
"I feel so humbled and blessed to be where I am right now" says Travis. I'm constantly playing and working to become a better guitar and banjo player, vocalist and songwriter. Tritt incorporates lifelong influences in Southern Rock, blues and gospel into his country sound. $71.00-79.00http://www.dongibsontheatre.ccom
Forty-five years after its original release, The Who’s rock opera TOMMY has been transformed by the HillBenders into a full-length bluegrass tribute with all the original record’s energy, instrumental showmanship and rock star vocals intact. Originally recorded with a full rock band, the dynamic bluegrass quintet recreated the legendary album with a banjo, Dobro, mandolin, bass, and guitar. $25 Adult, $15 Studenthttp://battecenter.org/event-details/?_eid=103