Good Time Charley
We could not have asked for a better lineup this year- Three nights of amazing music, jamming, camping, swimming, playing, floating, boating, and an all around good time! See you on the Elk! Thursday 7/16 SunUp Stage (River Stage) 5:00pm- Use the Farm Tools 6:00pm- Karli Shae 6:30pm- Jeremy Shane 7:00pm- Buckcreek 8:00pm- Famous Seamus and the Travelbongs 9:00pm- The Creek Heathens 10:00pm- Hip Billy Friday 7/17 SunUp Stage (River Stage) 1:00pm- Penny Arcade 2:00pm- The Ozark Travelers 3:00pm- James Rose 4:00pm- The Floating Hut 5:00pm- Nicholas Saint James 6:00pm- Rachel Kate 7:00pm- Tornado Rose SunDown Stage 8:00pm- Jeff Shepherd 9:00pm- Token Grass 10:00pm- Sugar Britches 11:00pm- Signal Ashes (A2I and Signal Ridge) 12:00am- Monzie Leo and the Big Sky Saturday 7/18 SunUp Stage (River Stage) 10:30am- Electric Breakfast w/ Jon Gamache at Acoustic Vacation 12:00pm- Mike Helvey 1:00pm- Teddy & The Bears 2:00pm- Boot Money 3:00pm- The Max Fred Band 4:00pm- Loopus Parker 5:00pm- Whiskey for the Lady 6:00pm- Sky Smeed 7:00pm- Short Skirts 7:30pm- Luke, Kahlen, and Phil SunDown Stage 8:15pm- Freshgrass 9:00pm- Tyler Gregory 10:00pm- Cowgirl’s Train Set 11:00pm- Sally on the Side 12:00am-? Open jam in campground !
Sounds Like: Mountain Sprout, The Devil Makes Three, Useful Jenkins, Punch Brothers, Split Lip Rayfield
“Some bands take themselves too seriously. Whiskey for the Lady isn’t one of them.”
–Shea Conner, St. Joe Live
Missouri sextet Whiskey for the Lady celebrated the release of their debut album, “Too Many F Holes,” in Spring 2014. With a sound described by one fan as “Gogol Bordello meets The Lum...See Full Bio
“Bluegrass is a love or hate it thing for most people. It can be unpredictable and enthralling or it can be boring and monotonous. Luckily for Whiskey For The Lady, they tap into an intriguing mix of songs for their album “Too Many F Holes.” As “No Pants Party” and “Catch The Gout” suggest, they have a playful side and that will become even more apparent when you hear “Where’s the A?” Vocal comparisons to Yonder Mountain String Band and Primus are inevitable but never taint any song during the album. Coated with a heavy dose of violin (although calling it a fiddle may be more appropriate) and a loose, junkyard jam band style, the songs keep the record from falling into any ruts it can’t get out of.”