We’ll be playing the Flatrock Music & Arts Festival this Saturday at 1:30 p.m. sharp, as part of a line-up that includes the Jack Silverman Ordeal (must be seen!) and the Metro high schools Mariachi Band (ditto). The festival is free and at Coleman Park, on the corner of Thompson Lane and Nolensville Road in Nashville. There’s arts and crafts, music from 10 to 3:30 and activities for kids. We’ll be representin’ for the blues, and this’ll be fun! It’s also our local community based festival here in Nashville, and it’s great to be able to play for the neighborhood for the first time.
Our monthly South Side Sundays Concert Series continues on Sunday, June 2, at 3 p.m. with some very special guests: Americana husband and wife duo Kristi Rose & Fat Kaplan — sublime music makers and entertainers — and the great singer-songwriter Kevin Gordon will share the stage. Scissormen’s Ted D will open with a short set and serve along with his wife Laurie as host. These performance are on the back porch of their home, in an idyllic setting in Nashville, and are by invitation only.
If you’d like to come, please write for a personal invitation and more details. More guests to be announced as the series continues.