Here’s your chance to see the amazing and critically acclaimed 10 String Symphony at a street fest in the hometown of The Song Show, Petersburg, IN!!
As part of the 2017 Azalea Festival and presented by The Pike County Chamber of Commerce, 10 String Symphony will bring their unique bluegrass stylings to a quaint outdoor stage just off Main Street in Petersburg. there will be 60 spots for reserved seating in front of the stage and you can get your spot here!
Mike Wheeler will kick things off at 7pm followed by 10 String Symphony.
Of course The Song Show will be there to record the event.
I am so excited to announce that 10 String Symphony will be the second installment of The Song Show Concert Series, thanks to the generous support to The Pike County Chamber of Commerce. Believe it or not, this show will be in Petersburg, Indiana on May 5… and is totally free.
I can’t wait to put this show on in the hometown of The Song Show. Mark your calendars now!!
Stay tuned for more info and links to reserve (free) seating in front of the stage…
I’d always heard I should check out Paul Blake. For some reason our paths hadn’t crossed. Either we were both gigging on the same night or one of us was out of town. I’m glad I finally met this guy. His reach has the potential to be far and wide.
His new record “Hungover and Heartbroken” is solid as hell. Some great songs and the performances are really great. We had a chance to talk a bit about the process and his influences. I think you’re going to like him. I know I did.
Corky Siegel brought his Chamber Blues project to the Under the Beams Concert Series in New Harmony, Indiana and The Song Show was there to record the festivities.
I was also blessed to spend at least an hour with Corky and we chatted about just about everything under the sun. I was also treated to a lovely private concert/rehearsal. What an amazing weekend in New Harmony.
Elli Perry came to me from a friend. K Phillips‘ manager Austin sent me the pre-release tracks for her upcoming LP “Little Thieves” and I immediately made plans to run down to Nashville to meet her.
I loved the tracks. There was a haunting, yet optimistic sound. I was drawn in. My wife even came in to ask who I was listening to. She never does that, unless she knows it is something new from Paul Weller. So high praise indeed.
I headed down to Nashville to conduct 5 interviews in about 6 hours. I took trusted friend Ron Rhodes (TV Weather Guy) to keep me company and shoot some video. We were lucky that Elli was our first interview. Had it been downer, it would have been a long day. Elli rose to the occasion. She made us feel welcome and I had the best time learning about her story. Which, by the way, you’ll need to listen to the program to hear. But its worth the time!
Here’s a video we shot with iPhones of a wonderfully intimate performance of a song I can’t play on the air (FCC)… but I think you’ll dig it.