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Live at The Silo Bar Music Series
May 10 @ 8:00 pm - 11:00 pm
Live at The Silo Bar is a weekly music series featuring the local area’s finest musicians performing under the backdrop of the Blue Ridge Mountains at TIEC’s outdoor Silo Bar.
Enjoy drinks and then kick back in a hammock while listening to awesome tunes, beginning at 8pm! This event is free and open to the public.
Steven Poteat will take the mic next at the Live at The Silo Bar series on Friday, May 10th! Get to know more about the artist below:
Catch Asheville guitarist Steven Poteat performing his one-man-loop-band takes on your favorite Classic Rock, Pop, and Americana tunes.
May 17th- Scott Moss
Scott is a singer/songwriter from the iconic town of Shelby, NC. Scott’s music tells the story of growing up in this all-American town with a striking, and sometimes gritty honesty. Throughout the 2000’s, Scott played with western North Carolina favorites Moonshine Jenny and Evergreen before joining Big Daddy Love in 2012. With BDL, Scott traveled most of the country with their blend of bluegrass, blues, and southern rock. From acoustic coffee houses to opening for Bob Seger in front of 10,000 people, Scott’s dynamic stage presence and easy going nature create an engaging and genuine experience for the crowd.
These days, with a new lease on songwriting and guitar playing, Scott is ready to show the music community what he has to offer as a solo artist.
May 24th – Grayson Crain
Performing with groups ranging from punk to country music since his teenage years, Grayson Crain truly has a diverse palette of music. Embracing the idea of music as entertainment, Crain shows in his performances that he genuinely care what his audience wants to hear, and revels in their entertainment. He performs modern and classic acoustic country with a spotlight on audience participation.
May 31st – Izzi Hughes
Izzi Hughes is a young, talented solo artist out of Hendersonville, NC. This 18-year old packs her weekends with performances that deliver youthful energy and musical maturity. Her five-foot stature belies a powerful voice that continues to “wow” patrons of all ages, as does her eclectic mix of songs that remind audiences of the old ones they have forgotten, while putting a unique twist on the new ones of today.