Kare Strong and The Chase Sisters will share the stage from 6-8 p.m. at Traditional Tunes at Twilight, in Weaverville’s Main Street Nature Park.
Kare Strong is a singer/songwriter who makes “simple, loving music in the treasured old styles from plainer times”, according to Grammy Lifetime Achievement Award winner Tom Paxton. She has released two CDs in conjunction with Grammy Award winner Josh Goforth, and her lyrical and poetic music from these albums is written with the whole family in mind, and the songs are about friendship, generosity, goodwill, innocence, and most of all, love.
Lillian Chase is a 15-year old native of Weaverville, and she will be joined onstage by her 13-year old sister, Sara Nell Chase. The Chase Sisters play harmony fiddle, a mixture of the old-time and bluegrass music that is historic to these mountains, and they interweave instrumentation with sweet harmony vocals and ballads. Lillian played at Merlefest in 2018, and her concert on the Song of the Mountains stage in Marion, VA, will air later this year on PBS stations nationwide.
Saturday, June 22, 5-9 PM
Featuring The Phantom Playboys, Drayton & The Dreamboats, & 5J Barrow
Weaverville’s Music on Main is an open-air, one-night concert event on Main Street in Weaverville, featuring three powerful bands, each with a distinct style and sound. 5J Barrow, a dynamic folk/rock inspired duo originally from NY, will open the show, followed by Asheville’s Drayton & The Dreamboats, performing a well-crafted mix of swing tunes, latin numbers, and vocal ballads from the golden age of radio. Our headliner this year is The Phantom Playboys, playing Rock-a-billy and 50’s Rock-n-Roll with a splash of surf! The concert will take place in front of Town Hall (30 South Main Street, Weaverville, NC 28787) from 5:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. Saturday, June 22, 2019. The event is free and open to the public.
Music on Main is brought to the community by the Weaverville Business Association and the Music on Main Sponsors.
There will be food, drink, kids activities and booths. Local restaurants will be open all along Main Street. Traffic will be stopped between Merrimon Avenue and Brown Street.
Rain or shine, come join us — Weaverville’s Music on Main is not to be missed!!