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July 19 - Devon Gillfillian w/ Joslyn & The Sweet Compression
Soulful rocker Devon Gilfillian fuses sweltering blues guitar riffs with rich gospel vocals for velvet-smooth jams that pack a punch.
July 26 - Flor de Toloache
New York City’s first and only all-female mariachi group, GRAMMY Award-winning ensemble Flor de Toloache, is pushing genre boundaries and getting concertgoers dancing with their fresh, versatile take on traditional Mexican music.
August 2 - Mountain Park Old Time Band w/ Back Porch Grass
Known for their joyous bluegrass dance-music, Mountain Park Old Time Band weaves fast and furious banjo picking, lilting fiddles and Appalachian storytelling into vibrant music that is sure to get your feet moving and spirit soaring.
August 9 - Mo Pitney w/ George Molton
Old soul crooner Mo Pitney treats audiences to a no-frills departure from the pop-tinged country music on the airwaves with heartfelt storytelling and molasses-thick vocals that will sooth your soul.
August 23 - Caleb Caudle / Joe Coe
Gritty troubadour Caleb Caudle crafts pure Americana music that conjures country music's roots—back when melody, mood and message ‘ruled the roost.’
August 30 - The Black Lillies w/ Blue Mother Tupelo
Roots-rockers The Black Lillies are breathing new life into Appalachian folk and Americana with raw, energetic, genre-bending melodies for a foot-stompin’ hand-clappin’ good time.
September 20 - Sierra Hull w/ Robin Alice (featuring Middlesboro's own Jeff Hortillosa)
GRAMMY-nominated singer-songwriter Sierra Hull enchants audiences as she takes listeners across emotionally intricate bluegrass soundscapes guided by her honey-crisp voice and stunning prowess on the mandolin.
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