Appalachian Road Show is kicking off Autumn

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TOWNSEND, TN – The Great Smokey Mountains Heritage Center is keeping up tradition by hosting the Appalachian Road Show. Award Winning Bands are embracing their southern roots here on July 29, 2022, at 7 p.m.

Starting off, the Great Smokey Mountains Heritage Center works hard to preserve the southern hospitality in East Tennessee. They upkeep the unique country culture by hosting yearly tours of historic grounds and opening their doors up for local music.

Following, many groups in East Tennessee are working hard to sponsor the Heritage Center as well. Blount Partnership, Care Institute Group, and Oak Ridge Strategy are just three of twelve groups that support the historic cause.

Next, the concert hall on the historic grounds will be hosting an abundance of autumn shows. Including bigger concerts such as the Tribute to John Denver in September. So, to kick of the season, the Heritage center is hosting the Appalachian Road Show this Friday!

This year’s show is combining acoustic sounds that embody the Appalachian people’s culture and regions. According to event brite, it is a fresh musical that will put you under an old country spell. The Award-Winning Talents of Lead Singer Barry Abernathy, tenor singer Darroll Webb, Grammy Winner fiddler Jim Vancleve, guitarist Zeb Synder, and bassist Todd Phillips all band together to make authentic sound.

The tickets can be purchased on eventbrite for thirty dollars.

Directions from Maryville and surrounding areas can be found here.

Following, the Appalachian roots are a virtue to come by at the Heritage Center this year. The live performances can be accompanied by a guided museum tour and locally owned gift shop.

Finally, an educational experience on cultures here in the Appalachian Mountains help will keep the history alive.


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