Calendar

Jun
17
Sat
The Maggie Valley Band
Jun 17 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm
The Maggie Valley Band

Come on down to the prettiest little music venue in the mountains for an evening of mountain music from Maggie Valley Band! Bring a lawn chair!

Jun
24
Sat
Rob Tiger & Joe West!
Jun 24 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm
Jun
30
Fri
Troy Underwood @ Calaboose Cellars
Jun 30 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm
Troy Underwood @ Calaboose Cellars | Andrews | North Carolina | United States

Troy Underwood is a soul man. As simple and ultimately misleading as that may be, it’s about as close as anyone will ever come to describing him. With a voice that would be the envy of any in Nashville, and a groove as bone-deep as any blue-eyed soulsters’, Underwood can paint on as broad an aural landscape as he wishes. Whether it’s channeling Tony Joe White on his sizzling “Summertime In Georgia,” romancing the ether with “Dance In The Kitchen,” or bringing down the house with “Big Bottom Girls,” Underwood defies categorization.

Underwood hails from Ringgold, Georgia, where he learned to play the drums at four, and keyboards and guitar before reaching his teens. Possessed of a preternaturally old and soulful voice and the writing chops to compliment it, he seemed tailor made for the life of a troubadour. It was obvious to anyone who knew him that music was his calling. The only one who didn’t seem to know it was Underwood himself, and it would be some time before the call of his muse became too loud for even him to ignore.

Like many fledgling singer/songwriters, Underwood’s first experience came at local open mics where it quickly became obvious that he was no ordinary talent. His songs were immediately accessible, his playing sublime, and his voice… world weary yet hopeful, a gravelly drawl that carries weight, the voice of an old, old soul. As many of those who had to follow him at those first open mic performances would surely attest, it simply wasn’t fair.

Soon Underwood was pitching songs, first as a hobby but then with an increasing sense of determination. He moved to Nashville where he was soon teamed up with such writers as Wynn Varble, Shawn Harnett, Bobby Pinson, Mark Gray, and John Sturdivant Jr. He seemed well on the way to having a successful songwriting career before family issues intervened, and he was forced to return home to his native Ringgold.

Once home, Underwood began performing locally. A move to Chattanooga brought more opportunities, and soon he was gaining a following. He released the self-produced albums “Daydream” and “Drive,” and soon women as far afield as Atlanta were singing along when he’d perform. Hailed by critics – one of whom called him the long, lost love child of Stevie Wonder and Garth Brooks – Underwood has earned a loyal coterie of fans everywhere he plays. It’s not hard to understand why: This is what he was born to do.

Scott Stambaugh
Cherokee Scout NC

Jul
14
Fri
Liz Nance @ Calaboose Cellars
Jul 14 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm
Liz Nance @ Calaboose Cellars | Andrews | North Carolina | United States

Liz is from a time and place in Georgia where women did what they were told and held back tears to hold families together. It didn’t take her long to realize that just wasn’t her. She started playing bass in a country band at the age of 13 and soon traded it for an Alvarez acoustic guitar given to her by her grandfather. Leaving behind the idea that you can’t talk about the skeletons in the closet, she started writing to expose them in the form of song.

Jul
20
Thu
Chris West on Guitar!
Jul 20 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm
Jul
29
Sat
Granny’s Mason Jar
Jul 29 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm
Granny's Mason Jar

Come on down to the prettiest little music venue in the mountains for an evening of old-time Mountain Music from Granny’s Mason Jar. Bring a lawn chair!

Aug
12
Sat
Megan Saunders & The Driftless
Aug 12 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm
Megan Saunders & The Driftless

The songs of Megan Saunders build a sense of story and place, with inspiration drawn from exploits, love and insomnia across the back roads of rural America. Using a combination of earnest vocals and a variety of acoustic string instruments, she creates a sound that spans playful and luminous to sultry and haunting, all the while keeping a foot in American roots music.

Megan recently relocated from Santa Cruz, CA, where she opened for several nationally-acclaimed acts with her band, The Driftless, including Dead Winter Carpenters, The Blackberry Bushes, American Nomad and Evie Ladin.

Now a new member of the Chattanooga community, she is currently performing solo and with Jason Reed (guitar) and Ashley Cofield (violin). Together they create a joyous space, a refuge that you can share. As Tom Miller (concert programmer) explains, “The plaintive original melodies of Megan Saunders and The Driftless can take you to an earthy, vintage, dreamlike setting. They will hold you there like a feast of comfort food with no bones to pick or rinds to peel or bitter tastes to distract – seamless pleasure.”

Aug
17
Thu
The Blacktop Laurels
Aug 17 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm
The Blacktop Laurels

Don’t miss this wonderful return of Alma Russ accompanied by Tommy Partin!

Aug
19
Sat
Totality Town Gets Down! @ Hall Park on First Street
Aug 19 @ 4:00 pm – 9:00 pm
Totality Town Gets Down! @ Hall Park on First Street

Get your pre-eclipse party on at the park! We’ve got music, food, and drinks lined up for you starting at 4pm.

Here is the lineup for the evening:

4:30-6:30 Celtic Keg Stand
7:30-9:30pm Twelve Gauge Persuaders

Adult beverages will be provided by Andrews Brewing Company, Calaboose Cellars, FernCrest Winery Tasting Room, and Hoppy Trout Brewing Company. Food will be provided by Granieri’s Italian Restaurant.

This is a first-come first-serve event and also rain or shine, so reserve your space early and bring and umbrella.

Aug
21
Mon
The Great American Eclipse Center Line Celebration @ Hall Park on First Street
Aug 21 @ 12:00 pm – 6:00 pm
The Great American Eclipse Center Line Celebration @ Hall Park on First Street

Andrews, North Carolina is on the center line of the path of totality and will see 2 minutes and 39 seconds.  Since the portion of North Carolina within totality is small, the Moon’s shadow will pass quickly. The total solar eclipse first touches North Carolina at 2:33 p.m. EDT and exits at 2:49 p.m. EDT.

There will be many activities planned in town, including food, music, beer, and wine at Hall Park on First Street! Organized by Andrews Brewing Company, Calaboose Cellars, and Hoppy Trout Brewing Company!

Aug
26
Sat
Frank & Allie
Aug 26 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm
Frank & Allie

Come on down to the prettiest little music venue in the mountains for an evening of old-time, country blues, and spirital pieces from Frank Lee and Allie Burbrink.

ABOUT FRANK LEE & ALLIE BURBRINK
Frank Lee and Allie Burbrink present songs and tunes from the rural Southern, spanning bluegrass, old time, country blues, and spirituals. After a few years of collaborating, they took their duo act on the road in January 2016, with Frank playing guitar, slide guitar, and banjo and Allie playing guitar, banjo, and harmonica. They can be heard trading off lead and harmony vocals in their duo and with their old time string band The Freight Hoppers.

A passion for traditional songs and tunes from the rural South has fueled Frank’s love of performing for the past 40 years. As a founding member of The Freight Hoppers, he has shared this passion with audiences all over the United States, Canada, and northern Europe. His repertoire has a range of old time music that spans raw Blues from the Mississippi Delta to the hillbilly music recorded in the 1920s. Banjo players all over the world study and emulate Frank’s signature clawhammer sound.

Allie Burbrink is a founding member of The Whipstitch Sallies, a bluegrass-influenced band from Indiana that toured in North Carolina, Colorado, and Hawaii in addition to a busy local schedule. She has relocated to North Carolina, where she teaches Wernick Method Bluegrass Jam classes as well as performs in the duo and with The Freight Hoppers.

Frank and Allie produce live-streaming online concerts and banjo lessons through Concert Window. They are organizing an old time music retreat in the Great Smoky Mountains March 31-April 2 called the Banjo-Fiddle Frolic. You can also find Frank’s screen-printed t-shirt designs in their online store. Visit frankleeandallieburbrink.com to learn more about their endeavors.

Oct
7
Sat
Austin & Katie Coleman
Oct 7 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm
Austin & Katie Coleman

Come on down to the prettiest little music venue in the mountains for an evening of Americana from Austin and Katie Coleman. Bring a lawn chair!

Nov
4
Sat
Troy Underwood — Rain or Shine! @ Calaboose Cellars
Nov 4 @ 5:00 pm – 7:00 pm
Troy Underwood -- Rain or Shine! @ Calaboose Cellars | Andrews | North Carolina | United States

Troy Underwood is a soul man. As simple and ultimately misleading as that may be, it’s about as close as anyone will ever come to describing him. With a voice that would be the envy of any in Nashville, and a groove as bone-deep as any blue-eyed soulsters’, Underwood can paint on as broad an aural landscape as he wishes. Whether it’s channeling Tony Joe White on his sizzling “Summertime In Georgia,” romancing the ether with “Dance In The Kitchen,” or bringing down the house with “Big Bottom Girls,” Underwood defies categorization.

Underwood hails from Ringgold, Georgia, where he learned to play the drums at four, and keyboards and guitar before reaching his teens. Possessed of a preternaturally old and soulful voice and the writing chops to compliment it, he seemed tailor made for the life of a troubadour. It was obvious to anyone who knew him that music was his calling. The only one who didn’t seem to know it was Underwood himself, and it would be some time before the call of his muse became too loud for even him to ignore.

Like many fledgling singer/songwriters, Underwood’s first experience came at local open mics where it quickly became obvious that he was no ordinary talent. His songs were immediately accessible, his playing sublime, and his voice… world weary yet hopeful, a gravelly drawl that carries weight, the voice of an old, old soul. As many of those who had to follow him at those first open mic performances would surely attest, it simply wasn’t fair.

Soon Underwood was pitching songs, first as a hobby but then with an increasing sense of determination. He moved to Nashville where he was soon teamed up with such writers as Wynn Varble, Shawn Harnett, Bobby Pinson, Mark Gray, and John Sturdivant Jr. He seemed well on the way to having a successful songwriting career before family issues intervened, and he was forced to return home to his native Ringgold.

Once home, Underwood began performing locally. A move to Chattanooga brought more opportunities, and soon he was gaining a following. He released the self-produced albums “Daydream” and “Drive,” and soon women as far afield as Atlanta were singing along when he’d perform. Hailed by critics – one of whom called him the long, lost love child of Stevie Wonder and Garth Brooks – Underwood has earned a loyal coterie of fans everywhere he plays. It’s not hard to understand why: This is what he was born to do.

Scott Stambaugh
Cherokee Scout NC

Dec
23
Sat
The Pressley Girls — Rain or Shine!
Dec 23 @ 5:00 pm – 7:00 pm
The Pressley Girls -- Rain or Shine!

Come on down to the prettiest little music venue in the mountains for an evening of lovely harmonies by the Pressley Girls!. Bring a lawn chair!

Jan
6
Sat
The Sea Notes — Rain or Shine! @ Calaboose Cellars
Jan 6 @ 5:00 pm – 7:00 pm
Jan
13
Sat
Twelfth Fret — Rain or Shine!
Jan 13 @ 5:00 pm – 7:00 pm

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Twelfth Fret has recently relocated from outside of the Athens, Georgia area to Sylva, North Carolina. Twelfth Fret has played in various venues in Georgia and Western North Carolina Twelfth Fret also performs for community events such as the Dillsboro Arts and Crafts festival.

Mar
3
Sat
Wyatt Espalin
Mar 3 @ 5:00 pm – 7:00 pm
Mar
10
Sat
Stuart Fensom
Mar 10 @ 5:00 pm – 7:00 pm
Jun
9
Sat
The Andrew Chastain Band
Jun 9 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm
The Andrew Chastain Band

Andrew and the band!

Jun
22
Fri
Liz Nance @ Calaboose Cellars
Jun 22 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm
Liz Nance @ Calaboose Cellars | Andrews | North Carolina | United States

Liz is from a time and place in Georgia where women did what they were told and held back tears to hold families together. It didn’t take her long to realize that just wasn’t her. She started playing bass in a country band at the age of 13 and soon traded it for an Alvarez acoustic guitar given to her by her grandfather. Leaving behind the idea that you can’t talk about the skeletons in the closet, she started writing to expose them in the form of song.

Jun
23
Sat
Granny’s Mason Jar
Jun 23 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm
Granny's Mason Jar

Come on down to the prettiest little music venue in the mountains for an evening of old-time Mountain Music from Granny’s Mason Jar. Bring a lawn chair!

Jun
30
Sat
Trippin’ Hardie
Jun 30 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm
Aug
10
Fri
Somebody’s Child
Aug 10 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm
Somebody's Child

They are soul mates who have the privilege of writing, learning, and living music together. Through musical harmony we attempt to convey and better their own understanding of existence through experiences. They hope you enjoy the show.

They have no strings to hold them down!

Aug
18
Sat
Moriah Domby
Aug 18 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm
Aug
30
Thu
Gabe Myers
Aug 30 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm
Sep
1
Sat
The Harmed Brothers!
Sep 1 @ 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm
The Harmed Brothers!

They’re back! National recording artists — The Harmed Brothers!

Sep
2
Sun
Annual Bluegrass Festival @ Calaboose Cellars
Sep 2 @ 1:00 pm – 8:00 pm
Annual Bluegrass Festival @ Calaboose Cellars | Andrews | North Carolina | United States

Another great festival being planned!

Sep
13
Thu
Heidi Holton @ Calaboose Cellars
Sep 13 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

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When you think of the blues – real blues – you think of the Delta, and names like Lightning Hopkins, Robert Johnson and the Reverend Gary Davis… grizzled old men with hands like a pair of ancient snakeskin boots, bent from trials only they could know. What you don’t think of, what you don’t expect, is a woman named Heidi.

That’s about to change. Heidi Holton is turning heads with her unique take on one of America’s oldest popular musical traditions. At once authentic and yet utterly new, her take on blues standards such as Baby Please Don’t Go and Statesboro Blues is nothing short of a revelation. Her tasteful originals shine just as brightly, seemingly both familiar and fresh.

Sep
14
Fri
Jody West and The Boss Men
Sep 14 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm
Sep
15
Sat
Sukoshi Rice
Sep 15 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm
Sep
22
Sat
Dana Rogers
Sep 22 @ 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm
Sep
27
Thu
Troy Underwood
Sep 27 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm
Troy Underwood @ Andrews | North Carolina | United States

Troy Underwood is a soul man. As simple and ultimately misleading as that may be, it’s about as close as anyone will ever come to describing him. With a voice that would be the envy of any in Nashville, and a groove as bone-deep as any blue-eyed soulsters’, Underwood can paint on as broad an aural landscape as he wishes. Whether it’s channeling Tony Joe White on his sizzling “Summertime In Georgia,” romancing the ether with “Dance In The Kitchen,” or bringing down the house with “Big Bottom Girls,” Underwood defies categorization.

Underwood hails from Ringgold, Georgia, where he learned to play the drums at four, and keyboards and guitar before reaching his teens. Possessed of a preternaturally old and soulful voice and the writing chops to compliment it, he seemed tailor made for the life of a troubadour. It was obvious to anyone who knew him that music was his calling. The only one who didn’t seem to know it was Underwood himself, and it would be some time before the call of his muse became too loud for even him to ignore.

Like many fledgling singer/songwriters, Underwood’s first experience came at local open mics where it quickly became obvious that he was no ordinary talent. His songs were immediately accessible, his playing sublime, and his voice… world weary yet hopeful, a gravelly drawl that carries weight, the voice of an old, old soul. As many of those who had to follow him at those first open mic performances would surely attest, it simply wasn’t fair.

Soon Underwood was pitching songs, first as a hobby but then with an increasing sense of determination. He moved to Nashville where he was soon teamed up with such writers as Wynn Varble, Shawn Harnett, Bobby Pinson, Mark Gray, and John Sturdivant Jr. He seemed well on the way to having a successful songwriting career before family issues intervened, and he was forced to return home to his native Ringgold.

Once home, Underwood began performing locally. A move to Chattanooga brought more opportunities, and soon he was gaining a following. He released the self-produced albums “Daydream” and “Drive,” and soon women as far afield as Atlanta were singing along when he’d perform. Hailed by critics – one of whom called him the long, lost love child of Stevie Wonder and Garth Brooks – Underwood has earned a loyal coterie of fans everywhere he plays. It’s not hard to understand why: This is what he was born to do.

Scott Stambaugh
Cherokee Scout NC

Sep
28
Fri
Twelfth Fret
Sep 28 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm
Twelfth Fret

Live Music only lives when live people support live musicians by coming to live shows.

Sep
29
Sat
Oktoberfest Andrews 2018!
Sep 29 @ 2:00 pm – 7:00 pm
Oktoberfest Andrews 2018!

Join the throngs of other beer and food lovers (just like you) who will be on Main Street in Andrews at our third annual Oktoberfest jubilee!

Beer, beer, and even wine! And it’s all legal.
Andrews Brewing Company, Hoppy Trout Brewing Company, and even Calaboose Cellars

And the food will be the best you have ever tasted in your life!

Music? The very best!

Be warned that you will be snapping photos and maniacally sending them to your unfortunate friends who could not attend. And you will gloat, satisfied with the knowledge that you chose wisely.

Oct
4
Thu
Tom Edwards
Oct 4 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm
Oct
6
Sat
Tessia!
Oct 6 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm
Tessia!

Come on down to the prettiest little music venue in the mountains for an evening of Sweet Music from Tessia! Bring a lawn chair!

Oct
11
Thu
Kato Estill
Oct 11 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm
Oct
12
Fri
Scott Stambaugh
Oct 12 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm
Oct
13
Sat
The Trailer Hippies!
Oct 13 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm
The Trailer Hippies!

Live Music only lives when live people support live musicians by coming to live shows.

Oct
18
Thu
Bill Vespasian
Oct 18 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm
Bill Vespasian

Bill returns to the Calaboose!

Oct
19
Fri
Lindsay Beth Harper!
Oct 19 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm
Oct
20
Sat
Trevor Pattillo
Oct 20 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm
Trevor Pattillo

Guitar Virtuoso!

Oct
26
Fri
Blue Revue!
Oct 26 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm
Blue Revue! @ Andrews | North Carolina | United States

Mountain Standards. Close your eyes and you’ll swear you are at the turn of the century!

Oct
27
Sat
Jacob & Andrew Goins
Oct 27 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm
Nov
2
Fri
Andrew Chastain
Nov 2 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm
Nov
3
Sat
Jordyn Pepper
Nov 3 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm
Nov
9
Fri
Rachel Stewart
Nov 9 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm
Nov
10
Sat
Lon Eldrige
Nov 10 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm
Nov
16
Fri
George Ausman
Nov 16 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm
Nov
17
Sat
Alma Russ
Nov 17 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm
Alma Russ

Don’t miss this wonderful return of Alma Russ!