Outdoor Americana Music Festival with riverside camping in Middle Tennessee. September 24, 25, 26, & 27 2015. For full line up and info visit www.jamminathippiejacks.com
LIVE from Barley's Taproom and Pizzeria in Maryville, Behind the Barn features local, regional, and nationally acclaimed artists. You can join i105 live at Barley's for food, drink and fun, or just tune the show in every Thursday at 8 p.m. The shows format is simple. Hosts, Jeff Barbra and Sarah Pirkle start the evening with a welcome and a little bit of music and then turn the stage over to the featured act of the evening. Whether there in person, tuned in on the radio, or listening online, this show is sure to tickle your musical fancy.
Scott McMahan / Cary Cooper $8 Advance / $8 Door 5PM Door :: 7PM Show General Admission Seated Lounge Show :: Limited Tables Available with Dinner Reservation otherwise seating is first come first serve. (Call 828-575-2737 for dinner reservations) Only 50 tickets will be sold to this concert. Scott McMahan blurs the lines between Soul & Folk, Country & Rock. Honest and direct - he sings of longing, loss, and the hope of redemption. His warm, gritty baritone is at times weary and emotion-laced, bringing to mind artists like Otis Redding and Van Morrison. Cary Cooper - The darling of the Texas songwriter scene, and cast in the nationally televised show, "Troubadour, TX", Cary sings from the perspective of a lover, a mother, a daughter and a friend. Her songs will make you laugh, cry, think and most of all celebrate your place in the world.
Sounds Like: Darrell Scott, Ray Lamontagne, Otis Redding, Van Morrison (Official), Tom Waits
Bio: Scott McMahan blurs the lines between Soul & Folk, Country & Rock. Honest and direct - he sings of longing, loss, and the hope of redemption. His warm, gritty baritone is at times weary and emotion-laced, bringing to mind artists like Otis Redding and Van Morrison.
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“I stayed to hear the three finalists, Scott McMahon from Knoxville (pictured above), Andy Elwell from Minneapolis and local chanteuse Kate Wright. All were good, particularly McMahon who won the event. He'll move on to the semi-annual Open Mic Shootout, where each week's winner performs in a round-robin style tournament. Past Eddie's Open Mic Shootout winners include John Mayer & Clay Cook, Jennifer Nettles of Sugarland and Jennifer Daniels. Their names are on a plaque at Eddie's right near platinum records by Mayer and Sugarland. Each week a couple dozen songwriters climb the stairs of Eddie's with a dream to get on that plaque and a hope to become the next success story to come out of the fabled club. The amazing thing is, some of them will.”