Event Date: Tuesday, August 4, 2015 – 7:00pm to 11:00pm
Event Venue: Market Pavilion
Ticket price (advance): $7.50
Ticket price (door): $10.00
Please note: advance ticket sales end 2 hours prior to show time. At that point, tickets may be purchased at the gate with cash or check only. Seating is virtually unlimited, so come on and join us!
Acoustic Reaction: This three member band of brothers places strong emphasis on three-part harmony and performs original music as well as acoustic versions of classic hits by The Eagles, CCR, The Beatles, The Doobie Brothers, Simon and Garfunkel, Jason Mraz, Grand Funk Railroad, and many more.
Ron Addison will be heard playing guitar, mandolin and percussion. He and his wife Debbie have three children. Ron is currently a Senior Trooper with the Virginia State Police. While in the military, Ron was an Army helicopter pilot and also had the opportunity to sing in many countries and states. His musical interests and influences include a wide variety from Merle Haggard to B.B. King.
Alan Addison will be heard playing guitar, ukulele, and recorder. He is currently Principal of Lebanon Middle School in Russell County and Choir Director at Lebanon Memorial United Methodist Church. He and his wife Lori have three sons. Alan has played music as a solo artist in many local businesses and has performed for numerous weddings and receptions in the area. His influences are Jim Croce and James Taylor.
Martin Addison will be heard playing bass guitar and saxophone. He is currently the General Manager for Coyne Textile and has been in the local music scene for the past twenty years. He and his wife Holly have three children. Martin has played with many bands including Yukon, Blackwolf, and Blue Country (their father’s band). He includes funk and R & B as his biggest influences.
RO-SHAM-BO: Southwest Virginia’s very own home grown rockers. This band has been entertaining audiences young and old alike for the past 20 years. Their clever mixture of tight, infectious riff originals and amped up covers has earned this high energy rump-shakin’ band a place at the head of the table in the exploding Appalachian Indie Rock scene. From Johnny Cash to Tommy Tutone to Blondie, they play it all. Juan Reynolds of The Alvarado Times calls RO-SHAM-BO “Dirty garage floor rock with an oily smear of funk! This band is a MUST SEE!”