Banjo Earth Band originates in the Appalachian Mountains but pulls inspiration from music all over the world. The band’s overall style is a mix of global awakening and a banjo twang that can only be found in the South. Come check them out at the Pub! Listen to their music here.

Guys, we’re so excited about the Big Dumb Hick coming to play in our Breezeway. A solo acoustic singer/songwriter/storyteller that’s guaranteed to make you laugh, cry, and also ponder life’s serious questions. Don’t believe us? Refer to his song, “You Can’t Trust a Fart”. Jeff Wall is filled with immense talent and even though he […]

Guys, we’re so excited about the Big Dumb Hick coming to play in our Breezeway. A solo acoustic singer/songwriter/storyteller that’s guaranteed to make you laugh, cry, and also ponder life’s serious questions. Don’t believe us? Refer to his song, “You Can’t Trust a Fart”. Jeff Wall is filled with immense talent and even though he […]

The Grand Ole Uproar cooks up a musical gumbo with the Texas twang of Waylon Jennings, the electric carnival of Bob Dylan, the improvisation of the Grateful Dead, and the laid-back swampy sound of J.J. Cale, as well as many other (and older) songs and artists in the American tradition. About The Grand Ole Uproar […]

  Banjo Earth Band originates in the Appalachian Mountains but pulls inspiration from music all over the world. The band’s overall style is a mix of global awakening and a banjo twang that can only be found in the South. Come check them out at the Pub! Listen to their music here.

This North Carolina native has a deep love for making and playing music. His guitar and harmonica playing evoke the simple and pure roots of folk, bluegrass, and country, while his voice lends unmistakable emotion to every song. You can find out more about his music here

  Banjo Earth Band originates in the Appalachian Mountains but pulls inspiration from music all over the world. The band’s overall style is a mix of global awakening and a banjo twang that can only be found in the South. Come check them out at the Pub! Listen to their music here.

The Grand Ole Uproar cooks up a musical gumbo with the Texas twang of Waylon Jennings, the electric carnival of Bob Dylan, the improvisation of the Grateful Dead, and the laid-back swampy sound of J.J. Cale, as well as many other (and older) songs and artists in the American tradition. About The Grand Ole Uproar […]