Guys & Gillian: A Tribute to Gillian Welch

Charleston Music Hall Presents:

Guys & Gillian: A Tribute to Gillian Welch

John Holenko, Bob Culver, Derrick Deakins, Mark Yampolsky

Sun · November 4, 2018

Doors: 6:00 pm / Show: 7:00 pm

$15 - Advance | $17 - Day of Show | $50 – 4 Show Subscription Package


*you must select your seat and purchase a ticket to each show using the Ticket Type "Four Show Package" in order to receive package discount*

Dinner & Show option available for an additional $32 

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Guys & Gillian: A Tribute to Gillian Welch
Guys & Gillian: A Tribute to Gillian Welch
The Charleston Music Hall is thrilled to announce our 2018 Women & Series! Women & The Dead: A Tribute to the Grateful Dead on Friday, Jan. 12th at 8PM, Women & Petty: A Tribute to Tom Petty on Friday, Mar. 30th at 8PM, Women & The Beatles: A Tribute to The Beatles on Thursday, Sept. 6th at 7:30PM, and Guys & Gillian: A Tribute to Gillian Welch on Sunday, Nov. 4th at 7PM! These shows will feature some of Charleston’s best female and male vocalists and musicians.

The series is the brainchild of local musicians Lindsay Holler and Hazel Ketchum who thought it would be interesting to have women interpret the songs of Tom Waits back in 2015. It was a magical evening indeed. So magical, that we decided to keep the series rolling through 2016 and 2017 with Women & Young, Women & Bowie, Women & Dylan, Women & Radiohead, Women & The Rolling Stones, Women & Leonard Cohen, Women & Gram Parsons, Women & Cooke, and Dudes & Dolly. We have gathered an amazing and diverse line up of singers ranging from age 18 – 63! Each evening will consist of two different bands backing these women with two sets. The Music Hall’s most successful local concert series to date, the “Women & Series” is a fun way to celebrate some of the artists we all love while also celebrating and encouraging our local musicians. The line up of musicians for the shows will be announced in the coming months. Through January 11th, you can buy the Women & 2018 Season ticket for only $50. 4 shows for $50, what a deal!
John Holenko
John Holenko
Multi-instrumentalist John Holenko has been playing and performing music all his life. From Traditional Folk to Classical to Rock, John has performed on acoustic and electric guitars, mandolin, banjo, and historic Medieval and Renaissance instruments, both as a soloist and ensemble player. While receiving degrees in Classical Guitar Performance from The New England Conservatory and University of Southern California, John also played and studied Renaissance music, and later, Medieval music. John performed and recorded with the Medieval ensemble Sonus. John has played with The Charleston Symphony Orchestra and the Spoleto Orchestra. His own group, The Hungry Monks, performs original and traditional music, both acoustic and electric. He is also a member of the group Porto Seguro, playing Brazilian chorus and bossa nova.
John runs Hungry Monk Music, a music teaching studio with over 10 teachers, in Charleston, SC. He has been active in the American Music Systems, residencies through the South Carolina Arts Commission, Charlotte Children’s Theatre in Charlotte, NC, and at the Cuyahoga Valley Environmental Education Center in Ohio, where he has also been Artist-in Residence.

John has made a number of recordings including a solo guitar recording, three Hungry Monks recordings, and guest appearances on several other artists recordings. Mr. Holenko has published several editions with Mel Bay Publications.
Bob Culver
Bob Culver
Bob Culver is the fiddle player for the Hungry Monks and the guitarist for The Harrows. As a reporter for The Mountain Press in Sevier County Tennessee, he attended the unveiling of the Dolly Parton statue on the lawn of the Sevier County Courthouse, and is rumored to have founded the tradition of rubbing a certain part of the statue for good luck.
Venue Information:
Charleston Music Hall
37 John Street
Charleston, South Carolina, 29403