Back with Bim Strawser and Silverado tonight at The Hunter Street Saloon. Spent the afternoon learning more about the New Fender Tone Master Pro. Reinventing the wheel is fun! Having an afternoon for personal growth is a luxury that doesn’t happen often enough. We’ll hear what it’s like with my pedal steel tonight. I have a feeling I am going to enjoy the hell out of making some music!
Putting in the work! 27 new songs to bring together, to perform once. These people are special, and I am having so much fun doing the work and being part of it!
Sam Clark’s “Willie Nelson- A Tribute to the Life and Songs of a Living Legend”, brings a night of country hits from the red-headed stranger to the stage of the Ohio Valley Opry and the Twin City Opera House in McConnelsville.
Backed by the OVO staff band whose reputation for attention to detail is wide-spread, the arrangements are consistently faithful to the original hits. You’ll hear a gospel-inspired tinkling piano, a lonesome acoustic, a meandering steel guitar, and even a hint of the haunting harmonica that make Nelson’s songs so recognizable. Add in Clark’s exacting vocals, and you’ll swear Willie Nelson is in the house!
You’ll hear hit songs from “Blue Eyes Crying In the Rain” to “City of New Orleans” and everything in between at the November 18th Ohio Valley Opry Show.
In addition, you’ll also hear songs from David Clark, Matt Coleman, Dylan Mayle, Britney Reeves, The Clarks, Jada Riley, Mike Morrison and Ellie Gault.
The OVO Staff band will feature Marvin Clark on lead guitar; Gary Sigler on the drums; Andrew Ruggles on the acoustic guitar; David Spires on the steel; and Bryant Sigler on the bass. Also fiddle great Ray Cossin from Mt. Alto will be back with the band for the November show.
The show starts at 6pm, with doors opening at 5pm. Purchase tickets online at www.OhioValleyOpry.com, by calling the box office at 740.525.9218, or at the door while they last.
Leah Clark Memorial Concert in support of the Memorial Health Foundation.
Big fun playing with the Shawna Corder Trio at the The Trout Club Friday!
I was compelled to write a song about my memories and experiences at the Official Millersport Sweet Corn Festival.
Listen here on YouTube and come sing-along with me – September 1st, 8:30pm- at the Millersport Sweet Corn Festival!
When asked to play this gig there was no hesitation. I love PIE!
Great community event in the historic village center of Hebron. Delicious pie, live music, and pie events and activities! 2nd annual.
A wonderful way to enjoy old fashion traditions and entertainment while supporting local vendors and businesses. The proceeds from the event support this year’s applicant beneficiary, Lakewood Education Foundation. LEF supports Lakewood Local School students to help prepare them for life after high school, whether that is through entering the workforce, trade school, or college. Thanks for having me!
Unapologetic Millersport Townie! I love to play at home. I was sure the gig was going to be called off when it rained all day, but the sun came out and the crowd was thirsty! Doing all those country tunes.
Zanesville is in the vineyard! I love the view of the sunset here and Matt is always fun to play against…I mean with!