Fri Jun 22, 2018


Headlining: QIET

For those with eclectic music tastes to those who can’t taste anything, there is Qiet.  Unclassifiable as a musical act, Qiet defies the bounds of traditional music, taking from every culture on the planet and orchestrating the sound, feel and spirit into a high-energy pop package.  It is as fun is it is unique with its blend of rock, jazz, gypsy, funk and beyond.  Notorious for moving even the most stoic to dance, Qiet’s chemistry resonates with the audience to create an experience for you to remember as well as a whole new perspective on music performance.   
Qiet is:
Christopher Vincent - Lead vocal, guitar, percussion
Max Venoy - Trumpet
James Maddox - Bass
Steve Barker - Drums

Tracy Lipscomb - Violin

Jared Layman - Trombone, keys, backup vocals

Auxiliary members include:

Shayla Leftridge- Backing Vocals & Percussion

Holly Elizabeth Forbes- Backing Vocals & Percussion

Jarren Jackson- Keyboards

Opening: Short and Company

Short and Company - Sweet ‘n’ Nasty Soul Guitar Grooves All the Way Down

Brought up in Jackson, Ky., (hometown of Sturgill Simpson), original recipe singer/songwriter and genre-bending guitar blazer Jeremy Short has quickly risen to the top shelf of must-hear players on the regional scene.

Jeremy Short was raised in a musical family where music just poured out whether it was over at the Wolverine United Methodist Church, at the piano, or at the dinner table. The son of a rock ‘n’ roll drummer, he first found his professional groove as lead guitarist and front man for the R&B horn band, Downtown King and the lead guitarist for Sasha Colette's red-hot Americana backing band, The Magnolias.

Tangled up in the roots and blues, Short released his first solo EP, "Songs From the Chicken Shack," a stringer full of country-fried Delta-slide blues keepers, while Short and Company have blue-collar built regional audiences, electrifying crowds in Memphis, besting hundreds of bands to make it to the semi-finals of the International Blues Challenge while also quickly becoming a favorite on the regional festival and club scene.

Influenced by a wild-eyed range of guitarists such as Frank Zappa and Robin Trower and blessed with sweet Southern flowing vocal soul, Short - and his lock-step Company - testify there is plenty left to be said and added to the great scrolls of soul-shined Southern Rock.

Short and Company