An evening of Indie Country and Southern Rock from Few Miles South, with the Classic Country Rock of Russ Still & The Moonshiners, and the clever-as-the-dickens "modern day Hee-Haw Show" of the acoustic duo mmhmm.
$15 Adv – $20 Door
Doors @ 6 PM
All ticket sales are final. No refunds. Door is Cash Only.
Few Miles South is "bringing back that classic, country sound and honky-tonk atmosphere” (Skope Magazine). The group was created by south Georgia raised Blake English and Los Angeles native Tori Lund, who began writing together in 2014 with intentions to shop songs to other artists. After a couple years bonding with their catalog they decided to wrangle up some local musicians and form a band. Their single “On Down the Road” charted on HOTDISC’s Country Top 40 and they were awarded “Best International Music Video” in 2017. In February 2018, they released a 5 track EP, Might Could, and plan to put out a full length album in the Spring. FMS does all their writing, recording and producing in house, often from their home deep in the Georgia woods. They can be found performing and road tripping around the U.S., while raising their dogs.
Russ Still and the Moonshiners “Blending influences of country twang, southern rock n' roll, and Americana folk, Russ Still & The Moonshiners creates a sound all their own”. (Sharp Turn Records) The band has just released its 5th record, Bootleg (Batch 432) which Skope Magazine describes as “Catchy lyrics, fresh and collaborated instrumental arrangements, finely cooked music. 8.9/10 Stars”. They move seamlessly along the Americana spectrum. There’s something here for everyone.
Russ was born and raised in Alabama and has a sound honed in the honky tonks and juke joints from Georgia to Texas. He and The Moonshiners bring that special something that can only be delivered after decades of experience on the road, smoke filled bars and hard living.
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When midwest native, Hannah Fairlight, moved to Raelyn Nelson's hometown of Nashville, TN, the people of the village kept confusing them for one another so they formed a band sometime in mid-December of 2016.
The pair have individually gained a lot of traction with their solo projects but the universe pushed them together to form an acoustic duo that is “clever as the dickens” and “envelope pushing” (Nashville Arts Magazine). Their “modern day Hee-Haw Show” has grabbed the attention of the Nashville music scene with features in the East Nashvillian’s “Women in Music” issue that claimed mmhmm was “the breakout duo of the year.” With catchy melodies, pretty harmonies, Fairlight on acoustic guitar, Nelson on ukulele, both donned with chaps, it’s no wonder that the pair have been voted the “Cutest band around” by local publications. What makes the talented duo work so well?
“There are no "no’s" in mmhmm”- Fairlight says. “mmhmm”- agrees Nelson.