The Kentucky Headhunters Headline Big Labor Day Birthday Bash

The Legendary Grammy Winning Kentucky Headhunters Once Again graced The Shed Stage by Headlining The Smoky Mountain Harley Davidson Eighteenth Birthday bash Labor Day Weekend! Boy was it a party! Opening The Show was The Fantastic Georgia Thunderbolts! ( See my Other Review on them). Its Always wonderful Labor day weekend when the Kentucky Headhunters Play The Shed!
The Kentucky Headhunters Took to the stage and wasted no time getting right to the music. The Crowd was Estatic and Cheered Very Loudly. The Guys Did all your favorite Kentucky Headhunter Songs Like “ Walk Softly On This Heart Of Mine” “ Dumas Walker” The Ever so Fun Song “ Daddy Was A Milk Man” and Including one of my favorites “ Spirit In The Sky”. They Also played Their Christmas song called ” Lets All Get Together and Fight” off their latest Album titled “ Thats A Fact Jack” . Its A Great Fun Song! and The Album is Totally Awesome! They Had The Whole Audience singing and listening intently all night long. Fred Did His Amazing Drum Solo . First by playing with his drum sticks then with just his hands! The Whole crowd was chanting “GO FRED GO!”
Near The End Of The Night They Brought up Smoky Mountain Harley Davidson and Shed Owner Scott Maddux to play a song . Richard Young handed over his guitar for Scott to play. You could just tell everyone was having a wonderful time! Singing, Dancing and Throwing their hands in the air. They Ended The Night Doing some Beatles music. ( Hey Jude) and Had The Crowd Singing along. It Was an Awesome show and Great night of Music! Be Sure To keep up with the Kentucky Headhunter’s by going to https://www.thekentuckyheadhunters.com They have been Touring alot and September is a very Busy Month for them so be sure to catch them soon!
Angela Richardson-Newman Music Matters Magazine.

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