The 2018 Balsam Range Art of Music Festival is shaping up to be an exciting event! Make plans now to join us Thursday, Nov 29 for an evening of fun! We are kicking of the AOM with two different shows to choose from.
We are playing a few brand new (to us) festivals, and are tickled to be returning to some of our favorites, too.
We are so glad to announce that tickets are now available for the 2nd annual Balsam Range Art of Music Festival December 1st and and 2nd at Stuart Auditorium on the grounds of the beautiful Lake Junaluska. Come see us in our home county!
We have an awesome lineup scheduled again this year. Artists that we admire ourselves, and want to bring to our home including:
Balsam Range and The Atlanta Pops Mini-Orchestra (back by popular demand)
Bryan Sutton with Noam Pikelny, Shawn Lane, Aubrey Haynie, and Barry Bales. These great players will also be conducting Master Class Workshops!
Now that is a festival! Tickets will not last long. Go now and get your seat HERE-
OR for an inclusive Ticket/Meal/Hotel package look HERE
Visit our website for more info and concert schedule/Workshop info and more!
We can't wait to see you in Haywood County!!
On Saturday, March 4 we gathered at the Colonial Theatre in Canton, NC to celebrate our tenth year of playing music together...our bandiversary! What a night it was. We did songs from each of our six albums, what we could remember anyway! It was so gratifying to see so many people in the crowd that have been with us the entire ten years. Family and friends that mean so much to us. Also, new friends that have come on board with us along the way. It was a great night of stories and songs.
We have a lot of people to thank for the fact that we are still going after a decade of music.
-Mickey Gamble and our Mountain Home family for believing in our band even before we had a name for it.
-Mike Drudge at Class Act Entertainment for helping us get our music across the country, and soon, the world.
-John Holder, our sound engineer, for unparalleled excellence.
-Mandy Tenery, our tour manager, for keeping up with where we are supposed to be!
Most importantly, our wives. Hope, Carla, Anita, Jennifer, and Rachel. Thank you for having the strength to manage everything while we are away. None of these things would have happened without you!
To our kids, we love you all so much! Talking to you is the best part of any trip.
Thank you to all of you that come to hear us, buy our music, and play us on your stations. We hope that it has been worth it for you. It sure has been for us!
We hope you enjoy this fun mini-documentary about the aforementioned evening created by our friend, Becky Seymour with Shmeckie Media.
Here are a few images captured by another wonderful friend, Wayne Ebinger!