Red Light Café is excited and proud to host the Cedar Hill 40-Year Reunion Show! Join all surviving past members and current band line up for an evening of music, historical event accounts, as well as meet and greet.
Doors at 7pm, Meet-and-Greet at 7:30pm, Show at 8pm.
$8 Adv – $10 Door
Doors @ 7 PM
All ticket sales are final. No refunds.
Cedar Hill is an Atlanta, Georgia based group which features high energy bluegrass entertainment. Cedar Hill was voted “Best Bluegrass Band” and “Entertainer of the Year” five years in a row by the audiences at the McIntosh Opry, a showcase for Southeastern talent in located in Peachtree City, Georgia.
The award winning Cedar Hill, in addition to authentic bluegrass music, performs “grassified” versions of familiar songs borrowed from pop, gospel, country, rock, jazz and barbershop. With over 200 songs in their repertoire, Cedar Hill has a special song for every listener–young and old alike.
What makes Cedar Hill exciting is their ability to entertain audiences. All five members sing, play several instruments and surprise crowds with their slightly offbeat brand of humor and wit. No Cedar Hill performance is complete without at least one “DuckWave” song to spark a few laughs. Cedar Hill is transformed into “The Dazzling Duckwavers” by means of ridiculous hats and sunglasses. Jim “Duck” Adkins, singing in his renowned “duck voice”, leads this rowdy troupe and delights audiences with such songs as “Elvira” or “Duck of Constant Sorrow.”
Cedar Hill’s professional reputation and strong following are a result of performing throughout the Southeast at bluegrass festivals, clubs, conventions and private functions since 1976! The groups has shared the stage with such notables as Doc Watson, Earl Scruggs, Bill Monroe, Phish, Leon Russell, Tony Rice, Hot Rize, The Ozark Mountain Daredevils, and many other national music acts.
Cedar Hill is:
Jim “Duck” Adkins — banjo, vocals
Bob MacIsaac — guitar, vocals
Jerry Zee — bass, vocals
David Ellis — mandolin, fiddle, dobro, vocals