Balsam Range ‘Winter Concert Series’ welcomes John Driskell Hopkins

art balsamrangeRenowned bluegrass/gospel group Balsam Range’s 4th annual “Winter Concert Series” will continue with John Driskell Hopkins at 7:30 p.m. Jan. 4 at the historic Colonial Theatre in Canton. Hopkins is a multi-award winner and founding member of the Zac Brown Band. 

 

Vancouver Island Music Award winner The Sweet Lowdown perform Feb. 1; premier studio musicians Jeff Collins, David Johnson and Tony Creasman, March 1; and country and bluegrass masters Larry Cordle, Carl Jackson and Jerry Salley, April 5. Balsam Range, winner of the 2013 IBMA Album of the Year for PAPERTOWN, will perform at each show.

Patrons can enjoy the added benefit of dinner with members of Balsam Range before the concerts. Tickets for each concert are $20 at The Colonial Theatre box office or by calling 828.235.2760.

The Balsam Range Winter Concert Series is sponsored by Amy Spivey, Waynesville Inn and Smoky Mountain Roasters.

www.balsamrange.com.

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