Bootsy Collins Funks the Halls

Bootsy Collins Photos and Review

At Music City Roots you got what you needed

Featuring Bill Mize, Annabelle’s Curse, Michael Super Granda, Langhorne Slim, and Paul McDonald.

Ludacris at Bonnaroo 2012

Concert photos and review of Ludacris at Bonnaroo 2012.

Thursday, March 26, 2015

Galactic with Erica Falls and The Record Company at 20th Century Theater

Galactic just keeps outdoing themselves in bringing the best New Orleans funk experience to the masses. Galactic is featuring Erica Falls as their current vocalist and this girl has "it." As a backup vocalist for Sting, John Fogerty, and several other international touring artists, it's great to hear her in the spotlight and out in front. When she is in New Orleans, she also fronts for the legendary Allen Toussaint. As a not so distant relative of Fats Domino, Erica has what is takes to do whatever she wants in the music industry. Galactic is of course the perfect band to back this rising talent as they played all their classics and some NOLA standards. Galactic is on tour all over the U.S. and will be performing several sets at Jazz Fest in a few weeks. Also check out The Record Company out of Los Angeles for some great garage filled blues.

Images by Doug Siegel

Monday, March 23, 2015

Lorrie Morgan, Vince Gill, Pam Tillis, and so many more at The WildHorse Saloon

March 23, 2015
Music City USA

Story by Katy Rogers
Photos by Butch Worrell of One Heart Photo

In true Nashville community fashion, friends, family, and fans came together last week to the Wild Horse Saloon to honor the memory of music industry veteran Debby Ballentine.

Thursday, March 19, 2015

Steve Kimock's Jerry Garcia Tribute Show makes Magic

March 19, 2015
Music City USA

Story and Photos by Butch Worrell of One Heart Photo

It was Friday, March 13, a day many would consider unlucky. But the Jerry Garcia Tribute Band proved the opposite. In fact for legendary bass player Bobby Vega it was the luckiest of days, for that day he married Allison. The sun shined bright that day on their wedding and that aura continued on to the Band's show that night. The show was sold out, for the word was out, this band is a must see.

Friday, March 13, 2015

Willie Nelson and Family at Harrah's Cherokee Casino

Willie Nelson
Willie Nelson
Willie Nelson & Family graced Western North Carolina this past February with an amazing night of his brand of rebellious country music at Harrah’s Cherokee Casino Resort Event Center.  Willie Nelson is an American icon who is known as a philanthropist and activist for marijuana and animal rights.  The sold out venue contained 3,000 fans eager to see Willie perform with his trusted guitar, Trigger, and his family band.  Nelson’s band included his sister, Bobbie Nelson on piano, his son Lukas on guitar, and Kevin Smith on upright bass.  The show was full of classic Nelson songs including “Roll Me Up and Smoke Me When I Die”. 

Wednesday, March 11, 2015

Gregg Allman at Harrah's Cherokee Casino

Gregg Allman
Gregg Allman
Harrah’s Cherokee Casino, the only casino in Western North Carolina, hosted a night with Gregg Allman on beautiful January night in the mountains.  Harrah’s Casino Resort is a spectacular venue for a show.  They have all of the casino games you could ever want to gamble on: craps, roulette, slots, poker; Harrah’s has it all.  Their 3,000 person capacity event center is quite decadent, and the room full of fans was delighted to be able to see one of the founding members of one of the most influential southern rock jambands of all time: The Allman Brothers.

The Station Inn and BMI complete Emi Sunshine's Grand Slam of a Year!!

March 11, 2015
Nashville, TN.

Review and Photos by Butch Worrell of One Heart Photo

Emi Sunshine has had quite a year. Her first appearance at the Ryman for Marty Stuart's Late Night Jam, her Grand Ole Opry Debut, and this last week saw her first appearance at Nashville's iconic Station Inn followed by a music industry showcase at BMI.

Wednesday, March 4, 2015

JJ Grey & Mofro with The London Souls

JJ Grey & Mofro played at the Taft Theater last friday to a crowd of loyal fans. They packed the house and played lots of old and new songs. Their new album Ol' Glory is now in stores and is one of JJ Grey & Mofro's best albums to date. Check them out on tour with The London Souls this spring and summer.

Images by Doug Siegel

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