49 Winchester, Hip Gypsy and Trey Hensley w Driving Miss Crazy are all set to perform on a Great New Year’s Eve Weekend.
What a music lineup! Folk Soul Revival is one of the southeast’s most beloved and sought-after acts. Performing original, country-roots-rock, FSR consistently plays sold-out shows from Washington, D.C. and beyond. The band’s radio-ready lyrics, driving melodies, and the distinct, velvety vocals of front man Daniel Davis have garnered the band much success with high profile gigs opening for the likes of Travis Tritt, Jason Isbell, Eric Church, Justin Townes Earle, Dr. Ralph Stanley, and more. FSR’s unique brand of country-tinged Americana has earned the band a loyal fan base lovingly referred to as “The Congregation.” They are joined on the main stage New Year’s Eve by 49 Winchester, the heavy grassroots folk rock band. This ought to be one great show. VIP tickets are nearly sold out, but plenty of regular admission tickets are still available.
As good as that sounds, the Friday and Saturday night performers are also top notch. Hip Gypsy plays some incredible Rock & Roll and, not coincidentally, got their start at Holston River Brewing. We’re glad to have them back for sure! They take the main stage on Friday night at 8:30.
Grammy nominated Trey Hensley is returning home for a rockin’ reunion with Driving Miss Crazy on Saturday night. Special guest is Jason Lloyd. Acoustic Guitar called Trey “the hottest young guitar player in Nashville”. After you attend this event we’re guessing you will too!
All in all, this should be the premiere music venue in the Tri Cities this holiday. The Brewery has wonderful craft beers, inviting cocktails and really great food – all perfect complements to the wonderful entertainment they have planned. They continue to book great music events, and that makes us music lovers most appreciative!
By Paul Kavanaugh