Bio: Joe Bob Matteson and Jim Bob White are The Buzzard Mountain Boys. These two guys play an amusing selection of Brother Duet and Old-Time music, interspersed with enough corny humor to warm your heart and take you back to the days of the traveling minstrels! Both musicians are residents of Lumpkin... See Full BioMore Info
Dear loyal supporters, we are proud to announce the Grand Re-Opening of The Crimson Moon! The event will take place on Friday, February 8th from 7 pm till 9 pm. Chef Taylor Jimmerson and kitchen manager David Jowell have reconstructed our tasty lunch and dinner menu and will be offering the new menu items for tasting. Harley Ward has worked hard to adjust the Coffeehouse menu, which features lower prices and fun new drinks. Jason Spencer has a new position for sound mixing and has installed new and improved equipment to insure everything is sounding exceptional. Bogy Patton headed up the various construction projects, stabilizing the 150 year old floors and making some alterations to the coffeehouse. Dana LaChance's historic décor is now making the listening room look and feel cozier than ever. Audrey Jo Bauer Murdock's artistic approach to decorating is ever present throughout the building, making use of all the amazing art in Dana’s collection. The entertainment for the evening will be local favorites, Buzzard Mountain Boys. A small cover will be charged to cover event expenses. We look forward to seeing all of you again in what is going to be an exciting year of live music, great food and organic coffee!
TRADITIONAL MUSIC JAM Continuing a 90 year old tradition of pickin', singin', and grinnin' in the c. 1858 Parker-Nix Storehouse where The Crimson Moon Cafe is located! --The 4th Sunday of the month is led by 'The Buzzard Mtn. Boys' and/or 'Barefoot Creek'— www.myspace.com/buzzardmountainboys www.myspace.com/barefootcreek Multi talented local musicians and band members from several different area bands usually host this nearly 100 year old weekly tradition in the c.1858 Parker Nix Storehouse where The Crimson Moon Cafe makes its home. Blue Grass, Old Time, Country/Blues standards, and American Folk are the most likely tunes to bubble up, but any American traditional music is welcome. Occasionally, the owner of The Crimson Moon Cafe climbs on stage to join them for a few songs as well, but anyone who knows how to play an instrument or sing is welcome to join in - often with talented musicians picking on their instruments to back you up if desired!
BMB's will be hosting a traditional music jam, open and free to all. 2-5pm