Jack Marion and the Pearl Snap Prophets with openers Momma Molasses and Same Foster

Tickets are available for online purchase up until 3:00 pm the day of the show. If you would like tickets the day of show please visit us at 185 King Street anytime after 4:00 pm.

March 26, 2021 8:00 pm

$7 a seat/must purchase entire table/tables are limited

 

Jack Marion and the Pearl Snap Prophets:

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Formed in 2017 in the mountains of North Carolina, Jack Marion and The Pearl Snap Prophets bring the storytelling of folk music and mix it with the high-energy and recklessness of outlaw country. The band was born out of an idea between founding members Jack Marion(vocals/guitar), Chandler Bell(bass), and Marcus Clonts(drums) to make music reminiscent of their favorite artists (Johnny Cash, Turnpike Troubadours, American Aquarium, Drive-By Truckers ) and to create songs that they themselves would enjoy. The band then brought in members Owen Myers(Lead Guitar) and Matt Guard(Keyboard) to round out their sound. With their style of Country Rock, Jack Marion and The Pearl Snap Prophets keep audiences moving and never leave a crowd disappointed. Hard work and perseverance drives the band to continue to play shows across the state of North Carolina and reach audiences at every corner of the Old North State and beyond. 

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Momma Molasses:

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North Carolina Native, currently based in the “Birthplace of Country Music” Bristol, TN/VA; singer-songwriter Ella Patrick, aka Momma Molasses has been steadily gaining ground as a new voice in roots music. Singing with a rich, syrupy-sweet alto, and accompanied by her homespun finger-picked parlor guitar; Momma Molasses harkens back to the “classic” era of country music, blending flavors of old-time, swing, blues, folk, and bluegrass. Commonly compared by listeners to female greats such as; Patsy Cline, Maybelle Carter, and an “acoustic” Janis Joplin; Momma Molasses has an unforgettable vocal tone and a unique guitar style. While touring full time, she also curates a radio program, broadcasting live from The Birthplace of Country Music Museum, on WBCM-LP Radio Bristol, and hosts a monthly concert series for emerging musicians called “For The Song’s Sake” in Bristol, TN.

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Sam Foster: 

Hailing from Winston-Salem, NC, Sam Foster has been blazing the roads and ears of listeners since he busted out in the North Carolina music scene. Be it performing and recording as a solo act, or as a founding member of Whiskey Foxtrot; the road dog, DIY mentality is evident. With two solo albums and one Whiskey Foxtrot album to back it up, Foster’s influences of Roots Music, such as rock ‘n roll, soul, and country are evident through the songs.

 

 

Live shows and events will be looking a little different in order to do our part with social distancing while still filling the space we have available efficiently. The garage door at the rear of our stage will remain open during all performances so that you can enjoy the show from inside our venue space OR in our outdoor courtyard.  Tickets will be sold as table reservations.  There are tables for groups of 2,3,4,6, and 8 people.  You must purchase the entire table in order to make a table reservation.  We do not issue physical tickets; however, your name will be on a guest list when you arrive for the show.  If you are arriving at a different time than the rest of your party be sure they know the last name that you made the table reservation under.   You can use the graphic below to see the layout of our space and the description of different seating options.  Make a note of which tables would suit your needs and then click the "tickets" button above the artist bio to proceed with your purchase.  We look forward to having you!  Please remember masks are required for entry.  

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