Cultural Arts Council
"On the Bricks" at O'Neal Plaza, Douglasville
SATURDAY, September 11th, 7-9 pm
North Georgia's EMERALD ROSE is a Celtic folk-rock band with a rich, original sound. Many of the band's musical themes draw from Celtic myth and legend, but their style is modern, upbeat and accessible, ranging from traditional jigs and reels to original folk rock and pop numbers. The four-man group has been playing and singing for over seven years, weaving their musical spell on audiences as diverse as Irish pubs and festivals, sci-fi conventions, and Hollywood cast parties. With influences ranging from the Chieftains to Jethro Tull, Emerald Rose blends unique and diverse songwriting, rich vocal harmonies, Celtic insrumentation (pennywhistle, Irish pipes, bodhran), and driving guitars to produce an energetic performance style that is exciting and entertaining.
EMERALD ROSE is:
Brian (Logan) Sullivan - vocals, guitar, mandola
Arthur Hinds - vocals, bodhran, guitar
Larry Morris - vocals, pennywhistle, percussion, uilleann pipes
Clyde Gilbert - vocals, bass, percussion
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SATURDAY, September 18th, 7-9 pm
TOMMY DODD plays pedal steel with TIMELESS HIGHWAYS as well as working as a studio musician, recording and performing with a select group of musicians/singers/songwriters around the Southeast. Tommy has had the opportunity to perform with a wide variety of entertainers including Clint Black, Travis Tritt, Tanya Tucker, the Judds, Charley Pride, Randy Travis, the Supremes, Robert Goulet and many others. He even has the distinct honor to have been on stage with Elvis one time as a result of a recording done with J.D. Sumner & the Stamps quartet (Elvis' back-up group). He also performs as an invited guest at multiple steel guitar shows around the country and demonstrates the limitless capabilities of the steel guitar.
SATURDAY, September 25th, 7-9 pm
ZYDECO T began 5 years ago when Louisianan Bill Burbank (gtr, voc) got together with Atlanta Swamp Opera's Larry English (acc, voc) and began work. Early in 2000 the band really came together with the addition of veteran pro musicians Doug Landsburg (dr) and Joe Fleming (bs). The final kick comes from dance instructor Anthony Lewis (rb, voc) who drives the band with Creole shouts and percussive rhythm. At the Dance Vortex Festival, Birmingham's City Stages Fest, Atlanta Cajun Dance Association, Huntsville's Zydeco Cajun Connection, Asheville's Summer Concert series, South Florida's Fiesta Tropicale and venues all around Atlanta, the word is out: "This is one of the best Zydeco bands we've EVER heard!"
Visit the band's website.
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