Kentucky derby party from 4 to 8 phantom playboys 4 to 6 possum creek 6 To 8. check poplar grove plantation website for more details. ticket price includes lots of hospitality
Midtown music from 10 to 1!
it's Halloween and Poplar Grove Plantation is having a bunch of fun events. Saturday the 25th possum Creek with Big Al Hall will be playing from 6 to 8 in the gazebo. couldn't ask for a nicer place to hear some bluegrass out on the farm pony rides bouncy castles train rides. bring a lawn chair bring the kids bring your parents bring all the fun folks!
we will be picking some bluegrass up at Poplar Grove Plantation just north of Wilmington. around 5 until dusk.
Bio: Possum Creek began as a jam among a few bluegrass pickers in the Wilmington, NC area. Soon people wanted the band for parties and weddings. The group eventually distilled down to a trio. Big Al Hall on Banjo and guitar, Jones Smith mandolin, banjo and Ben Chontos rounding it out on the Upright b...See Full Bio
Possum Creek has a show on 05/08/2015 at 08:00 PM @ Sweet n Savory Pub in Wilmington, NC http://www.reverbnation.com/q/5t5yzn #concert
“When Melissa McCarthy's comedy “Tammy” hits screens nationwide Wednesday, local music fans will hear some familiar tunes. Big Al Hall & Possum Creek, a bluegrass and old-time music band based in Wilmington, is featured on the film's soundtrack and appears in a lengthy bar scene that was shot last summer, when the movie filmed in town for nearly two months. The band's brush with fame came about when McCarthy handpicked them after seeing them play. Early last June, while performing during a weekly Sunday night jam session at Satellite Bar and Lounge, Jones Smith, who plays mandolin for Possum Creek, was told that McCarthy was in the crowd. Smith said he At the time, the band was performing as a trio, with Hall on banjo and lead vocals, Ben Chontos on bass and Smith, who plays in a number of area bands including The Phantom Playboys and Da Howlies, on mandolin. the trio pulled in two frequent collaborators – Sean Gould on guitar and Joe Baxter on the fiddle.”