Birthplace of Country Music Museum Intimate Concert Experience Is Also A Catered Affair
Just in time for Valentine’s Day, the Birthplace of Country Music proudly presents Phoebe Hunt & The Gatherers for an intimate concert experience at the Birthplace of Country Music Museum on Saturday, February 11, 2017 at 7:30 p.m. Hors d’oeuvres and cocktails are included in the ticket price, making the evening a perfect night out for couples or anyone who loves great, original live music in an amazing venue.
“This is not Phoebe Hunt’s first visit to Bristol,” said Leah Ross, Executive Director of the Birthplace of Country Music. “She has performed at our festival and she is a great talent. I suggest everyone purchase tickets as soon as they can, these performances usually sell out.”
Fans of Bristol Rhythm & Roots Reunion may remember Phoebe Hunt from her performances with The Belleville Outfit at the festival in 2009, the same year they were nominated for Best New and Emerging Artist by the Americana Music Association. The group disbanded in 2011, but this gave Hunt the creativity to make her own musical exploration.
“An accomplished Americana instrumentalist with foundations in jazz and swing music, Phoebe makes an impressive creative leap with her new album Shanti’s Shadow. It’s the culmination of a five year journey that has taken her from her Austin roots through Music Row, Brooklyn, and even to India to study with seventh-generation master violinist Kala Ramnath. Along the way, Phoebe found her voice and delivered her most inspired set of songs to date the soundtrack to her self-discovery.
Tickets to Phoebe Hunt & The Gatherers are $81 and includes taxes and fees. The doors open at 6:30 p.m. and attendees are urged to get their early to enjoy food and drinks prior to the show. For tickets and more information visit BirthplaceofCountryMusic.org.