Concert admission $10; age 12 & under free. Doors Open 6:45 for VIP/Preferred/Presale Ticket Holders; 7:00 for General Admission. Tickets will be available at the door until they sell out. Click here to purchase tickets to evening concert.
Alash are masters of traditional Tuvan instruments as well as the ancient art of throat singing, a remarkable technique for singing multiple pitches at the same time. Believing that traditional music music constantly evolves, the musicians subtly infuse their songs with western elements, creating their own unique style that is fresh and new, yet true to the Tuvan musical heritage.
Since her exciting journey into the Top 12 on NBC’s The Voice, 17-year-old singer/songwriter Emily Keener has been writing and recording diligently in an effort to capture the energy of this most transformative year. From Wakeman, OH, Emily started playing the guitar and writing songs when she was 11 years old. Almost 6 years later, she has written over 100 original songs and released three EPs and two LPs.
Hailing from Akron, Shivering Timbers is an internationally-touring band with a sound like no other. “Utilizing disparate elements like scorching indie rock, rough cut blues, raw punk, sprightly pop, tent revival gospel, and dark folk, Shivering Timbers has crafted a sound that is both hauntingly appealing and a raucous party.” ~ Cincinnati’s City Beat
The Able Brothers
According to fiddler Bob Smakula, banjoist Mark Olitsky and guitarist Kevin Enoch, three brothers by the name of Hardly, Barely and Willie B. Able once dominated the fervent old-time music scene in Cleveland. They return for a rare reunion and, as mysterious as their missing photo, may never be heard from again.
Austin Walkin’ Cane
Blues singer, songwriter, and slide guitar impresario Austin Walkin’ Cane has toured the U.S., Australia, Colombia, Nepal, France, Germany, England, and Wales. His most-recent recording, One Heart Walkin, was nominated in 2015 for Best New Artist Album by the The Blues Music Awards, one of the highest accolades afforded blues music performers.