The Kentucky Headhunters Return to the Smoky Mountain Harley Davidson The Shed for their 17th year Labor Day Bash.Certain things go together like peanut butter and jelly, Ham N eggs and The Kentucky Headhunters and the Shed on Labor Day weekend!After the pandemic closed down all the music venues in 2020 The Shed is back and going strong. It would not be Labor Day weekend … Continue reading The Kentucky Headhunters Headline Shed Labor Day Birthday Bash and More!
One of the biggest names in Christian music today, Zach WIlliams took to the main stage at the Kentucky State Fair Monday, August 23rd. Opening for Zach was “Breakout Single of the Year” award winning trio Cain. Cain brought the crowd to life, setting up what fans anticipated as an incredible night of music and worship. Zach made his way to center stage through the … Continue reading Zach Williams LIVE in Concert Exclusive Photo Gallery & Review!
A triumph song, a super cool band. Owls & Aliens have just landed on the scene and they have already taken hold of listeners of metal/rock/nu metalcore everywhere. This is what music is supposed to sound and feel like. The balance between clean and unclean vocals is delivered in a most simpatico way. “You Can’t Save Everyone” is really long overdue. “Mercy” was their first … Continue reading Owls & Aliens Soar with “You Can’t Save Everyone”
The Steel Woods Headline The Shed for Two days!After a Disasterous 2020 and The Shed was closed they have come back this year bigger and better! ( The Smoky Mountain Harley Davidson The Shed in Maryville, Tn.) It was an extremely hot and humid day in Tennessee but people showed up in droves To see The Steel Woods .The Steel Woods are no stranger to … Continue reading The Steel Woods Headline The Shed Two days!
Southern Rock Music is Alive and well Thanks in part to bands like Them Dirty Roses. Thanks to The Guys from Filthy Nasty Productions for bringing Them Dirty Roses to The Open Chord All Things Music Stage Recently. Open Chord is an All Music Venue located in Knoxville Tennessee. Great sound and lights! Always a Great Time!Opening the show was a cool Rock band called … Continue reading Them Dirty Roses Rock Knoxville Tennessee
June 19, 2021 Will be a Day They Remember for a long time as The Georgia Thunderbolts make their Headlining debut at The Famous Smoky Mountain Harley Davidson “ The Shed” In Maryville Tennessee. The Georgia Thunderbolts Hailing from Rome Georgia are no stranger to The Shed. They Have played there several times before opening for Acts like The Kentucky Headhunters, Blackberry Smoke Just to … Continue reading The Georgia Thunderbolts ROCK Headline Show at The Shed
Vegas/Ohio – Rockers Lovesick Radio has released their new single/video “Nothing Left To Lose”. Lovesick Radio carry their own brand of dirty raw Rockin blues sound. From the moment their latest, “Nothing Left To Lose” spins you expect a vinyl crack and snap sound. The music is peeled back, and unabashedly free. “It would seem that Lovesick Radio is a meld of both its parts working/living and rocking … Continue reading Lovesick Radio New Video for “Nothing Left To Lose”
Eli Fox is a Knoxville Tennessee Multi Instrumentalist Folk Singer-Songwriter. He now resides in Nashville Tennessee to further his career. Eli has been playing and writing since he was a teenager. He can play anything! At least 10 instruments. Including but not limited to The Dobro, Banjo, Pedal Steel, Harmonica, Guitar, Piano, Fiddle, Accordion, Drums. He’s a one man band! He can play just about … Continue reading Eli Fox -Multi Talented Singer Songwriter Plays Knoxville Tennessee
New Rising Artist ALLIE COLLEEN is a Country/ Americana artist. She is a Graduate of Belmont University with a degree in songwriting and music business. She is Taking the music industry by storm. Allie has been singing and writing since she was about 14 years old. She is from Owasso Oklahoma who now resides in Nashville Tennessee. Allie Has an Iconic strong distinctive voice that … Continue reading Allie Colleen Wows Knoxville Tennessee!
Halfway From Nashville “All the songs that I write are about schmucks and losers, I guess autobiography is my chosen form,” Sean Harrison sings in the opening title track of this charmingly quirky collection that lyrically mines the golden, literary territory of Townes Van Zandt, John Prine, Tom T. Hall and Guy Clark, while musically moving with ease from classic country, accompanied by weepy steel guitar, to skillful splashes of … Continue reading Sean Harrison-‘Halfway From Nashville’ Album Review