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Eight Weeks ‘Til 7th Annual Holiday Hootenanny!

2 Nov

2016 Holiday Hoot Jam

$25 ADV/$35 DOS, Showtime 7PM – Doors 6 PM, Silent Auction begins at 6 PM

Advance Tickets

Tickets are ON SALE NOW at the Terminal West box office (no service fee) and online through the Terminal West website for the 7th Annual Atlanta’s Holiday Hootenanny, taking place Wednesday December 20. Get yours today! We are incredibly excited fhs_rev about this year’s edition and at the same time remembering good friend Col. Bruce Hampton, who participated in not only every Holiday Hoot but also many other TDawg produced events. Be sure you’re a part of the celebration AND supporting a great cause in Atlanta Habitat by getting your tickets!

The Holiday Hoot is now only 8 WEEKS OUT and promises to be an amazing and dizzying night of music featuring some of the finest musicians from the Atlanta music scene and the Southeast region.  All of the musicians involved were touched by Col. Bruce one way or another in their development, making this year’s edition extra special. I couldn’t be happier to have the gathered ensemble of players to celebrate the life and music of one of the most amazing individuals in my life and countless others.

The Schedule is as follows and is subject to change:

7PM – 8PM: Ralph Roddenbery & Friends

8:30PM – 9:30PM: TBA

10PM – 11PM: ZambiGrass Jam

11:30PM – 12:30AM: Zambi finale

Artist Lineup (subject to change)

Larry Keel
Jeff Mosier
Count M’Butu
Yonrico Scott
Johnny Knapp
Ralph Roddenbery
Matthew Williams
(Pickled Holler)

Nick DiSebastian
Bill Fleming (pedal steel)
Kevin Thomas (keyboards)
Richie Jones (drums & percussion)
Gaurav Malhotra (drums & percussion)
Bobby Miller (mandolin)
Zebulon Bowles (Hot Buttered Rum)
Jared Womack (The Grass Is Dead & Rockygrass dobro competition winner)
Fiddlin Faye

The final pieces to the puzzle that is better known as the Holiday Hootenanny lineup will be announced at the end of next week, and there will be some surprise special guests, too!

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TDawg’s Back Porch Hootenanny Apr 10-11! Featuring: Jason Kenney, Packway Handle Band, Strung Like A Horse

18 Mar

So many amazing performers have graced the stage at TDawg’s Back Porch Hootenanny, and this year is certainly no exception to what we take for granted at these events!  The Friday night showcase with Dangermuffin commences festivities, and Saturday will leave you dizzy with musical interludes spinning around your head all day long, while enjoying the intimate confines of Starbridge Event Center.  Please read on to view some videos of the bands!

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Strung Like A Horse (10:30-midnight) is going to take the 18th edition of the Hootenanny out with a bang!  Check out this great video shot at Cherokee Farms in LaFayette, GA, of the song “Gypsy Jane”.

TDawg Presents welcomes back Packway Handle Band (8:30PM-10PM) to the Hootenanny stage for the second time!  This Athens, GA-based quintet really grips you as they make their way through their set with genuine songwriting and tight instrumentation, single-mic or all-electric.  You don’t know what you’ll get sometimes!!  Check out this clip from Eddie’s Attic in Decatur, Packway Handle Band performing “I Wish I hadn’t Done It”.

Please welcome Jason Kenney (6:15PM-7:45PM) to the Hootenanny stage for the first time!  This incredible singer/songwriter comes from just down the road in Dahlonega, and you feel the local roots in his music.  Pure and true is his music, and you’ll see for yourself in the video for “Turn This Sorrow Into Joy”, title track from his latest album.

Atlanta’s own Cajun masters Hair of the Dog bring their rockin’ sound to the Tree Stage at the Hootenanny for the first time!  Trust me, they’re the real deal.  Been around a long time playing what they love, and pedal steel maestro Bill Fleming will keep his rig up there for the rest of the evening so you never know what will happen with all those great musicians gathered all night long!  Check out this raw yet rockin’ clip from a neighborhood party (I was there!) featuring HoD performing “Leona Had A Party”.  Your whole family will be kickin it during this set!

The Higher Choir (1:45PM-3:15PM) has been climbing the ladder for several years now, and folks, they very well might be reaching a moment of reckoning, in a state of mind where their Southern rock sound touches your bones and your soul!  They wowed the crowd on the Lynyrd Skynyrd Cruise, have been packing venues around the Southeast, and as you see from this video, “The Working Title” from their CD Release party in 2013, it’s a kickin’ sound that has you boogey’in!  I first saw these folks at the Wheelbarrow Fest in Reynoldstown a few years back, and they blew me away!

Performing on the Music On Main Street (MOMS) stage, Gibson Wilbanks Band is going to bring two sets (3:15PM-4PM, 5:30PM-6:15PM) , one after The Higher Choir and the second after Hair of the Dog, that are gonna have you groovin’ even more so.  The interlay of slide and rhythm by both Carly Gibson and BJ Wilbanks, along with at-large artist Richie Jones on drums and the insane harmonica of Brad Bauman, will make these two sets ones you don’t want to miss!  The soulfulness comes through loud and clear on this video, enjoy!

Dangermuffin: Friday Night Showcase (April 10) at TDawg’s Back Porch Hootenanny

16 Mar

TDawg Presents is excited to welcome the dynamic trio Dangermuffin to the 18th edition of TDawg’s Back Porch Hootenanny!  If you’ve not had a chance to familiarize yourself with them quite yet, this is your chance, and there promises to be a few special sit-ins that might happen along the way through two-set, 3 hour performance!  From Folly Beach, SC just outside of Charleston, their melodic sound represents three musicians bringing you something unique.  Dangermuffin has recently completed a run of shows with bluegrass buddies The Larry Keel Experience and is gearing up for an extremely busy festival season this year!  They  perform Friday night only, and you must have a two-night pass to see them. So plan on coming out Friday, get your campsite up, and hear that set which is just for YOU!

The two videos – “Cicada” and “Little Douglas” – are from a performance at The Pour House in Charleston.

Starbridge Event Center
396 Starbridge Rd.
Murrayville, GA 30564
(706) 344-2398

Advance Tickets are available NOW!  Help the event out by purchasing yours ahead of time.

FRI-SAT (April 10-11) $60ADV/$75 Gate

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SAT ONLY (April 11) $55 ADV/$65 Gate

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SAT DAY PASS (NO camping) ~ $50 GATE.  Kids 12 & under are admitted FREE!  Kids ages 13-16 $20 at gate.  NO DOGS PLEASE!

Hootenanny Spring 2015 Handbill Front

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