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
Doors 9pm. Show 10pm. $10 ADV $15 DOS. GET TICKETS HERE: http://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/1155629 Knoxville’s own Josh Oliver will be performing songs from his most recent album ‘Part Of Life’ which was produced by Andrew Marlin from the North Carolina based duo, Mandolin Orange. The album features Marlin on mandolin, banjo, bass, and vocals as well his partner, Emily Frantz, on fiddle and vocals. Both Frantz and Marlin will join Josh onstage for this show. Josh Oliver https://josholiver.bandcamp.com/ Big Al Hall http://www.reverbnation.com/bigalhall "The first time I saw Josh Oliver play live, he was a multi-instrumentalist for the everybodyfields, the now-defunct group from Tennessee that featured Jill Andrews and Sam Quinn. I remember him picking up his electric guitar and blasting my ears during "Aeroplane," adding that extra amount of energy that makes that particular song fly. These days, Oliver still plays with Andrews and Quinn as a key part of their solo projects. But, that's not why I'm writing about him today". Oliver has just released his own album called Troubles, a solid debut from the guitarist/keyboardist/singer-songwriter. The project does feature some original material, but today's PJOTD is an amazing take on the traditional "Red Rocking Chair." Play it at twilight, and you just might get the chills.
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!
Bio: Alex Hall, or Big Al, was raised in the bread basket of traditional old time and string band music. He fell in love with the raw beauty in the ancient music. Alex quickly saw and felt a likeness between the energy of the rock music and the rowdy old time string bands. He began to focus on songwri...See Full Bio
“The artist and audience were elevated in the same moment. We could feel the room taking the journey of the song with the singer and the mood became one. An audience member wrote "It was probably one of the most enjoyable musical experiences my wife and I have been lucky enough to attend."”