May Shows!

Date: May 6th

Location: Maryville, TN The Shed Smoke House & Juke Joint 

Time: 1pm-11pm (Mic and The High Score go on at 7pm)

Cost: Free!

Info from Black Dragon Breakdown: The Black Dragon Breakdown is the south’s premier motorcycle show! This year, it features live music all day long!

The BDB will kick off at 1pm and go until 11pm with live music all day long. Hear music from Sneaky Tree, Jacob Stiefel, Pale Root, Mic Harrison and The High Score, and Chris Simmons!

There will be custom bikes, vendors, and plenty of biker games!

ABSOLUTELY FREE TO ATTEND!

 

Date: May 13th

Location: Abingdon, VA Wolf Hills Brewery 

Cost: Free!

Time: 6-9pm

 

RSD 2017

We get pretty excited about RSD in Knoxville, we’re lucky to have great record stores in town.

This year we’re playing at the great Lost and Found!

Info from Lost and Found Records:

Lost And Found Records presents
the 10th Anniversary of
Record Store Day

It’s our favorite holiday of the year and we’ve got lots of cool stuff happening this year!

Here’s the music schedule:

6pm – Richard Lloyd / The Official Richard Lloyd Fan Page

5pm – Mic Harrison And The High Score

4pm – The Shazam

3pm – BARK.

2pm – The Canceled

1pm – Whole Wizard

noon – DADDY DONT

Ammi Knight will bring her The Fantastic Traveling Photo Stand for the day, and we’ll have hot dogs and refreshments all day.

Come find your favorite records and enjoy the day with us!

SHOWS UPDATE!

We have a few shows coming up fast!

March 4th: Atlanta, GA

 

March 10: Knoxville, TN VANISHING SOUTH ALBUM RELEASE

 

April 1st: Raleigh, NC

 

More shows announced soon, keep checking back.  Or always our updated SHOWS page or facebook, instagram and twitter.  We’re all over the interwebs!

Waynestock 2017!

We’re honored to play Waynestock again this year!

 

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Show info from Waynestock:

Who wants an early Christmas present? Yeah? Well here you go: Announcing Waynestock VII, taking place Feb. 3 and 4 at Relix Variety Theatre, 1208 N. Central St. in the “Happy Holler” neighborhood!

The Reader’s Digest version: Waynestock began as a celebration of life for Andrew “Drew” Bledsoe, the son of local music writer extraordinaire Wayne Bledsoe, who died suddenly in 2010. Wayne’s friends, many of them local musicians, wanted to offer comfort the only way they knew how: By playing.

It was amazing. It was life-affirming. It was magic, so much so that we did it again the following year for the family of the late Phil Pollard … and the year after that … and so on, until Waynestock became a festival that raised funds for worthy causes (including the Community School of the Arts, the E.M. Jellinek Center, WUTK The Rock and the Knoxville Girls Rock Camp) in addition to being a hell of a good time.

This year’s beneficiary is the iconic Old City venue known as The Pilot Light, which this year obtained 501(c)(3) status and now operates as a non-profit. It’s a beloved local institution, a bastion of culture and music you won’t find anywhere else and fits perfectly with the Waynestock aesthetic. According to Pilot Light Executive Director Jason Boardman, “We are so thankful to be chosen as this year’s beneficiary. The interior fixtures, seating and lights, made largely by volunteer help, are now 12-15 years old and need some help. We plan to use the money raised to replace and repair things that have always had to wait due to more pressing priorities. These are features that will make it a more comfortable environment to see a show.”

Speaking of shows, here’s who you’ll see gracing the Waynestock stage this year!

FRIDAY, FEB. 3
7 p.m.: Exit 65
8 p.m.: John Myers Band
9 p.m.: Andrew Leahey & the Homestead
10 p.m.: Sweet Years – band
11 p.m.: Guy Marshall
Midnight: The Billy Widgets

SATURDAY, FEB. 4
6 p.m.: Greg Horne Music
7 p.m.: Good Guy Collective
8 p.m.: Paperwork
9 p.m.: Mic Harrison And The High Score
10 p.m.: Electric Darling
11 p.m.: “The Departed: A Celebration of Artists Claimed by 2016,” featuring a who’s who of local scenesters. Who’ll be playing? What’ll they play? Show up and find out!

As always, admission is only $5 per night. And as always, there will be a raffle going on with plenty of sweet prizes. And as always, you’ll come away with new friends, new favorite bands and a renewed appreciation for just how spectacular this local scene is.

Mark your calendars and plan on being there. We can’t wait to see you and celebrate once again.

 

September Shows!

September is right around the corner with some great shows!

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Sept 16th:Knoxville, TN
Preservation Pub
8pm-9:30pm
Handsome and the Humbles
10pm-11:45pm
Llama Train
12:15
Mic Harrison And The High Score
Ticket: $5
Age: 21+

Sept 17th: Bristol, TN
Bristol Rhythm & Roots Reunion
Showtime: 11pm
Stage: MACHIAVELLI’S INDOOR STAGE

Full line-up and festival ticket info: http://www.birthplaceofcountrymusic.org/festival/
http://lineup.bristolrhythm.com/

Sept 30th: Maryville, TN
Royal Oaks Acoustic Concert Series
7:30 pm
SPECIAL DOUBLE BILL AND ACOUSTIC PERFORMANCE
Mic Harrison (Mic Harrison And The High Score)
Josh Smith (of Handsome and the Humbles)
More info: Tickets to all concerts are $15 which also includes complementary non-alcoholic beverages and snacks. To guarantee reserved seating, please call (865) 984-4260

More info on our SHOWS page or check us out on facebook