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LOCAL LIVE: BEATLES BASH Jan 21st 2019 at 7pm

Tickets:
$10



It's a night of nonstop fun and Fab Four tunes

!


Featuring 

The Riftshifters

Jay Brown
Aditi Seti
Bob Hinkle
Greg Candle
and a special appearance by
Savanna Brown


Join us as we perform all your favorite Beatles music!


An American roots musician, Jay Brown has hundreds of classic songs in his repertoire, as well as another hundred or so originals. Jay can often be found playing in pubs around Asheville, but he has also studied and performed music across the far reaches of the world, including New Orleans, California, India, Ghana, Peru, and Swannanoa.  His sensual storytelling is imbued with the heart of American Roots music, delivered in a way that doesn’t feel old or dated but… timeless.

For more info about Jay, click here.




As a child under the guidance of her parents and grandparents from India, Aditi Seti began offering devotional music from the Sikh and Hindu traditions and Indian folk music to her community in Augusta, Georgia. More recently, she has been studying Indian devotional and classical music with her guru, Krishna Kant Shukla, who lives in Varnasi, India.

Greg Candle is a storyteller, songwriter, author and entertainer living near Asheville, North Carolina. He is the creator of a place he calls Bunkum County — a place “where days are sweet and time moseys on.”
To attend his performance is to experience the people, places and events of Bunkum County. Greg does this through his humorous and heartfelt stories and songs many of which are taken from his book, A Bunkum County Almanak, and its companion recording, “The Ballads of Bunkum County”.   In his late thirties Greg finally decided to put down his post hole digger in favor of a banjo and has been writing and performing ever since.
Our very own Bob Hinkle has a lifetime of experience in the music industry which includes, touring, recording, and singing backup.   Bob Hinkle and Jeb Hart successfully managed the careers of leading pop music starts including: The J. Geils Band, Tom Chapin, Manfred Mann, Naked Eyes, Patti Lupone, Etta James and others.  
Bob returned to the WNC mountains to open White Horse Black Mountain, which recently celebrated their 10th anniversary.