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AAFFM Presents: John Cable and The Georgia Mountain String Band, and Jim Culliton & Clear Creek

July 16 @ 8:00 pm - 10:00 pm EDT

$8 – $10

JOHN CABLE & THE GEORGIA MOUNTAIN STRING BAND

John CableJohn Cable is a veteran musician who began his career in the late 60s. After serving as lead guitarist and vocalist for Texas country rock pioneers Colours, John became a member of the Nitty Gritty Dirt Band. In 1977 they became the first American band in history to perform in the Soviet Union. John became the first American to lecture at the Moscow Conservatory of Music on the history of Western Blues and Rock music.

John has performed on The Tonight Show, Don Kirshner’s Rock Concert, The Midnight Special, Austin City Limits and the Grand Ole Opry. He has performed in some of the great concert venues, as well, including Wolftrap, Carnegie Hall and Red Rocks. John is currently playing and touring with John McEuen and The String Wizards.

John is excited to be bringing the Georgia Mountain Stringband to accompany him at Fiddler’s Green. Formed in 2015 by Jason Waller, the Georgia Mountain Stringband has quickly become one of the leading original Bluegrass acts in the Southeast. The group was recently voted Best Bluegrass Band in Atlanta for 2019 by Creative Loafing readers.The 5-piece is stacked with Waller on guitar, David Stephens on banjo, Brendan Held on fiddle, Eddie Kesler on mandolin and Robert Green on upright bass.
www.johncable.com
https://pleaserock.com/tribute/georgia-mountain-string-band/

JIM CULLITON & CLEAR CREEK

JIM CULLITON AND CLEAR CREEKThe multi-instrumental gifted talent of Jim Culliton has delighted Fiddlers Green audiences for many years. In Clear Creek Jim’s mandolin, fiddle and vocals share the stage with Joel Glogowski (upright bass) and Russell Weeks (guitar/vocals). This high energy trio offers an eclectic blend of different genres, mixing instrumental improvisation with traditional sounds and vocals.

Jim has played at the Fox Theatre, Atlanta Symphony Hall and many other concert venues. He was one of the early innovators in the New String Acoustic Movement – incorporating jazz, bluegrass, world music, rock, classical and vocals. With the formation of Clear Creek, he leads a trio that continues to deliver a truly innovative, entertaining, and dynamic acoustic sound.

jimcullitonmusic.com
Facebook: Jim Culliton & Clear Creek

 

TEMPORARY COVID RESTRICTIONS IN EFFECT IN JULY:

Attendance maximum 60. Come early!

Limited concessions provided outside before the show and during intermission, but feel free to bring your own. Eating is prohibited indoors. Brief sips of beverages are allowed inside.

Vaccine card or current negative test will be required for anyone entering the sanctuary—attendees must be prepared to prove their status.

All people entering the sanctuary must wear a mask for the entire time they are indoors. N-95 Mask use is strongly suggested.

Social-distancing will be implied by the lay-out of the chairs in the Sanctuary (some single, some in groups of two, three, etc.
Hand sanitizer and masks will be available.

Two portable Air filtration systems will be placed in the Sanctuary.

Details

Date:
July 16
Time:
8:00 pm - 10:00 pm EDT
Cost:
$8 – $10
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Website:
https://aaffm.org/aaffm-events/

Organizer

Atlanta Area Friends of Folk Music (AAFFM)

Venue

First Existentialist Congregation of Atlanta