Music in the Park
It’s a great day of Music in the Park at the picnic shelter at Watoga State Park. The foundation supports this event and encourages one and all to enjoy listening to these musicians and artists:
11:00 a.m. until 12:00 p.m. – Trevor Hammons – Bluegrass
Pocahontas County native Trevor Hammons has made a name for himself in West Virginia, Virginia, and other surrounding states. Trevor was also part of a band, “Mud Hole OUT of Control,” for 6 years. Having won many awards for his ability to play banjo, Trevor has some roots in bluegrass music that run deep. He released a CD with his former band in 2016, and has performed on various stages. Trevor can play with the best. He was born with an “old soul” that you definitely do not want to miss listening to.
12:30 until 2:30 p.m. – Amy Andrews – Country
Born and raised in Baltimore, MD, Amy Andrews is a wildly talented, charming, and award-winning artist known for brilliant performances, stunning vocals, unassuming charm on stage, and traveling the continent to perform gigs with her dog in tow.
In the last year alone, Amy has gone solo, received national press, chatted with the good folks of National Public Radio, and completed an international tour, sharing stages and opening for artists from Gregory Alan Isakov, Rose Cousins, Stu Larsen, Joseph Arthur, Glen Phillips and Toad the Wet Sprocket, Levi Lowrey and Clay Cook (of Zac Brown Band and John Mayer), and more.
This tree-hugging, ever-traveling, modern day torch-singer and songwriter is one you need to hear live!
3:00 – 5:00 p.m. – Rush Run Philharmonic – Americana
An eclectic group of musicians occupying the hills and hollers of southern West Virginia, Rush Run Philharmonic plays music rich with harmonies. The band created their name based from the words“Rush Run,” a creek in West Virginia; and “Philharmonic,”a French word meaning the love of music and harmonies. Combining acoustic guitars, bass and vocals, the band interprets songs from artists such as Bob Dylan, Paul Simon, James Taylor, Woody Guthrie, and many more. Rush Run weaves a harmonious musical trail through songs we all love.
5:30 – 8:30 p.m. – Phoenix Rising – Southern Rock
Composed of mixed musicians who have played in various bands previously, they are rising from the ashes of those bands to bring one of the best in classic and southern rock in Pocahontas County. Having performed on various stages, Phoenix Rising can get the crowds going, and give you a performance you won’t forget.
- Start Date: September 15, 2018