Wash Hole Jam

O'Bannon Park, Saint Nicholas Ave., Brewton, AL

Wash Hole Jam 2015

Labor Day Weekend Brewton Music Festival hosts along with Low Country Adventures Events: EASTON CORBIN A young country star who is just now #1 on the Billboard charts is headlining this year's Wash Hole Jam! Our small town, our really big stage, on one amazing night! You will not get another chance to see Easton Corbin at such an intimate venue.

Performances start at 10am with local bands followed by Willie Sugarcapps, Grayson Capps, Sugarcane Jane, will kimbrough, then as the sun goes down the lights come up!

Spread a blanket under the live oaks and groove to roots, country and americana tunes with us at Wash Hole Jam.


MKAF Bluegrass at the Beach

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Mattie Kelly Cultural Arts Village, 4323 Commons Drive West , Destin, FL 32541

Blue Highway (Headliner), Hillbenders, Willie Sugarcapps, Run Boy Run, Moore Brothers Band, Dread Clampitt, Dismal Creek.

Tickets $55/person and $45/MKAF member and children 12 and under free Ticket prices increase day of event VIP table with 8 chairs LIMITED AVAILABILITY -- for reservations, call 850.650.2226 Cultural Arts Village directions & parking Sorry, no pets allowed Bluegrass at the Beach is a new annual signature event presented by Mattie Kelly Arts Foundation and ResortQuest by Wyndham Vacation Rentals & Real Estate. This all-day music event takes place on the MKAF Village green and features seven award-winning bluegrass bands from around the country with headliner, Blue Highway. Other notables include The Hillbenders, Run Boy Run, Willie Sugarcapps, Moore Brothers Band, Dread Clampitt and Dismal Creek. Music, food, beverages, interactive kid’s art activities and much more! Doors open at 10 AM. Convenient onsite parking and free shuttle service from convenient satellite parking areas.

$55/person and $45/MKAF member; children 12 and under free; Ticket prices increase day of event Age limit: All ages



Eddie's Attic

Eddie's Attic, 515 N McDonough St , Decatur, GA 30030

Friday, September 18th

7:00pm / doors at 6:00pm

Advance general admission: $25

At the door: $32

Table of 4 reserved seats: $125

Advanced sales end at 5:00pm the day of each show. Remaining tickets are available at the door.




10:00-11:15 Holli Mosley

11:30-1:30 Lisa Mills

2:00-4:00 Lee Yankie & the Hellz Yeah

4:30-6:00 Sandra Kaye with Midnight Confessions

6:30-8:00 Sugarcane Jane

8:30-10:00 Dr. Zarr’s Amazing Funk Monster


10:00-11:30 Lisa Christian

11:45-1:15 Vic Saul

1:30-3:30 Top Hat and Jackie

4:00-5:30 David Jones

6:00-7:30 The Sand Band

8:00-10:00 The Tip Tops

EAST FRIDAY 10/9/2015

10:00-11:30 Dale Drinkard Jr.

12:00-1:30 Gregg Fells

2:00-3:30 Les Hall

4:00-6:00 Ty Bates

6:30-8:00 Cary Laine

8:30-10:00 The Velcro Pygmies

WEST FRIDAY 10/9/2015

10:00-11:15 Brent Burns

11:30-1:00 Patterson, Danley, & Reid

1:30-3:00 Seth Walker

3:30-5:30 Adam Holt

6:00-7:30 Mr. X

8:00-10:00 Dr. Zarr’s Amazing Funk Monster

EAST SATURDAY 10/10/2015

10:00-11:30 The Perdido Brothers

12:00-1:30 Betsy Badwater

2:00-4:00 The Jason Abel Project

4:30-6:00 Mother Mojo

6:30-8:00 The Underhill Family Orchestra

8:30-10:00 Willie Sugarcapps

WEST SATURDAY 10/10/2015

10:00-12:00 Singing for Scholarships

12:15-2:00 Robert Lee

2:15-3:45 Ryan Balthrop

4:00-5:30 Derek Norsworthy

6:00-7:30 Jonesy’s Crowned Jewelz Band

8:00-10:00 Molly Ringwalds

EAST SUNDAY 10/11/2015

10:00-11:15 Lisa Dotolo

11:30-1:00 Strickly Isbell

1:15-2:45 The Tommy Morse Band

3:15-5:00 Southern Drawl Band

WEST SUNDAY 10/11/2015

10:00-11:30 Liberty Church Worship Service

11:45-1:15 Eric Erdman

1:45-3:00 Mainstream Band Ga.

3:30-5:00 Rhythm Intervention

*Bands, times, and locations are subject to change



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It's been nearly a year since we've headed up to Kentucky and the Southgate House Revival.  I remember it vividly because southern women do not fair well on snow and ice and cold temperatures!  Apparently the people and places we saw made it all worth it because we are doing it again.  This time venturing as far north as Cleveland, Ohio.  And so far, crossing my fingers here, the forecast looks good!!  Well as good as we can hope for, no snow (except maybe an inch or two in Cleveland)!  But lord have mercy… Read more

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Willie Sugarcapps wins Americana Album of the Year 2013 by the IMAs 

Best Americana Album of 2013  

"Known for championing original work by artists who follow their own muse, The IMAs provides winners with performance, promotion, and distribution opportunities that will place them in front of music supervisors, talent buyers, record label executives, and most importantly, fans worldwide." (IMA)

The judging panel included a number of talented respectable recording artists including Ann Wilson & Nancy Wilson of Heart, Suzanne VegaJim LauderdaleShelby Lynne, Chris Wood &amp… Read more

Willie Sugarcapps on Mountain Stage 

Willie Sugarcapps appears on Mountain Stage, recorded live at the Culture Center in Charleston, West Virginia.  Many of the Willie Sugarcapps' members have played on Mountain Stage separately over the years - including Kimbrough, who appeared with Todd Snider's road band The Nervous Wrecks during his Mountain Stage debut in 1995 and Crawford, who appeared with Paula Cole.

Photo credit: Brian Blauser/Mountain Stage

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