Music Feeds: Scott Miller & the Commonwealth / Mic Harrison and The High Score
Friday, October 4, 2019
TENNESSEE AMPHITHEATER (WORLD'S FAIR PARK) (map)
963 World's Fair Park Dr SW
Knoxville, Tennessee, USA 37916
Join Commercial Bank and Second Harvest Food Bank of East Tennessee for the 2nd Annual concert series, Music Feeds.
Friday, October 4: Scott Miller and the Commonwealth / Mic Harrison and The High Score
NEW this year: the Sweet P's Barbeque & Soul House experience. Come enjoy dinner and drinks before each show by upgrading your Music Feeds tickets to include the Sweet P’s Experience! The Sweet P’s Experience includes BBQ, ribs, brisket, Creole favorites and season specialties, complimentary nonalcoholic beverages, a private cash bar and a private bathroom. When purchasing your Music Feeds tickets, be sure to add the Sweet P’s Experience for $30. Only 150 Sweet P’s Experiences will be sold for each show!
Tickets can be purchased online atwww.knoxvilletickets.com/musicfeeds or by calling 865-656-4444.
Special thanks to Commercial Bank for presenting the series and to Delta Dental of Tennessee, Mast General Store, Miller Lite, Sugarlands Distilling Company, Visit Knoxville and YMCA of East Tennessee for their support of Music Feeds.
About Scott Miller:
“I wanted to call this record Thalia and Melpomene after the Greek muses (the smiley/frowny faces of the theatre) but my manager Kathi Whitley said, ‘You call this record THAT and I quit.’”So says Scott Miller of his tenth studio record since leaving the V-Roys, the 1990s Knoxville-based thinking-man’s party band. The V-Roys caught the ear of Steve Earle, who signed them to his somewhat ephemeral E-Squared label. Band and label collapsed at about the same time. Miller has survived a health scare, scaled back his erstwhile stoically-crazed lifestyle, hightailed it from the city lights of Knoxville, and taken up the life of a cattleman on his family’s Shenandoah Valley ranch. Somehow amid all that, this record is his tenth release under his own name, or that of his post V-Roys band, the Commonwealth.