Sat, Mar 28|
Yellow Cab Tavern
Leather & Pearl: a country music festival
The Yellow Cab Tavern is excited to host the first annual, Leather & Pearl: a country music festival on Saturday, March 28.
Time & Location
Mar 28, 2020, 6:00 PM – 11:59 PM
Yellow Cab Tavern, 700 E 4th St, Dayton, OH 45402, USA
About the event
The Yellow Cab Tavern is excited to host the first annual, Leather & Pearl: a country music festival on Saturday, March 28 with performances from Kyle Eldridge & The Rhythm Rounders, Mack McKenzie, Charlie & Amanda, Buck Owens Music Review comprised of many talented Dayton musicians, and Rob Heiliger. Cover starts at 6pm with tickets at $10 in advance and $15 at the doors.
The evening will also feature local vendors and a Snap Off Western Wear contest.
Tickets are available at https://www.soundvalleydayton.com/events/leather-pearl-a-country-music-festival
Kyle Eldridge & The Rhythm Rounders If you’re a fan of twangy, jazzy, western swing and rockabilly guitar playing, smooth yet folksy singing, upright bass slappin’, and rock solid traditional style drumming, then Kyle Eldridge & The Rhythm Rounders have something for you! Come on out to a show near you and be a part of the fun!
Mack McKenzie Originally based out of Dayton, Alternative-Country and Roots Rock are the cornerstone of Mack's music. Sonically similar to acts such as Son Volt, Drive-by Truckers and Jason Isbell, Mack's music has depth and meaning the everyday working class individual can relate to.
Listen at https://www.mackband.com/media
Charlie & Amanda Jackson Charlie Jackson of Charlie Jackson and the Heartland Railway teams up with his wife Amanda in this Classic Country Duet. Reminiscent of Conway Twitty and Loretta Lynn, George Jones and Tammy Wynette, and Johnny Cash and June Carter; they bring songs of truth, love, and laughter from the married perspective.
Buck Owens Music Review Buck Owens was the king of the Bakersfield, California country music sound that inspired hundreds of folks in country music, most notably, Dwight Yaokam. This music review features local Dayton musicians, Matt and Dan Spaugy, Rob Heliger, and Brian Hoeflich.
Rob Heiliger With two albums to his name, Yellow Spring's Rob Heiliger plays jangly country songs about love and loss that will have you laughing to keep from crying. No matter what he's singing about, it's guaranteed to make you smile.
Listen at https://soundcloud.com/robheiliger
Cover starts at 6pm and tickets are $10 in advance and $15 at doors. Advanced tickets close on Friday, March 27 at 11:30pm.
Yellow Cab's resident truck, The Pizza Bandit will be set up and serving all night long.
Produced by Ten High Productions.