Monday, November 26th, 2012 at 7:00pm
Singer Dave Kennedy, bassist Russ Torbett, fiddler Shawna Cyphers and drummer Andrew Bryant are Kelsey’s Woods, a Chattanooga-born, Knoxville-based band that in just a few years has become one of East Tennessee’s most exciting alt-country bands. Band members proudly wear their love of Merle Haggard and Steve Earle on their embroidered sleeves, and Kennedy’s earthy, gritty vocals are just the ticket for feeling good when feeling bad. Their debut CD, One More Heart to Break, came out in July 2012. www.KelseysWoods.bandcamp.com
Kingston, Tennessee, native Adam Hill once called Knoxville home and fronted a rock band The Satellite Pumps. After a stint in New York City, he moved to Nashville and has been making music solo and with a band (His Sunday Best) for a good many years now. This month he released his latest solo CD, Banjo Moon, a swampy, scratchy earful of roots rock (with plenty of banjo). Fellow East Tennessee native Chelle Rose recorded his song, Leona Barnett, on her acclaimed CD, Ghost of Browder Holler. http://www.AdamHillSongs.com
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