Guys & Gillian Welch, Emmylou Harris, and Alison Krauss

Charleston Music Hall Presents:

Guys & Gillian Welch, Emmylou Harris, and Alison Krauss

featuring, John Holenko, Bob Culver, Derek Deakins, Mark Yampolsky, Brad Edwardson, Bill Carson & Tyler Ross, Rob Williams, Ian Glaosen, Aaron Levy

Sun · November 4, 2018

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

$15 - Advance | $17 - Day of Show


Dinner & Show option available for an additional $32 

Call for reservations after purchasing Dinner & Show option

Dinner at Vincent Chicco's - (843) 203-3002

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Tickets can also be purchased at Music Hall Box Office:

37 John Street (843) 853-2252 | Monday - Thursday (12 pm - 6 pm) Friday (10 am - 6 pm)

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Guys & Gillian Welch, Emmylou Harris, & Alison Krauss
We are excited to announce we have added some more featured artists to our Guys & concert on Sunday, Nov. 4th at 7PM! The show will now feature songs by Gillian Welch, Emmylou Harris, & Alison Krauss! Come watch some of Charleston’s best male vocalists and female musicians pay tribute to these legendary female artists. 

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 2018. Women & have now paid tribute to Neil Young, David Bowie, Bob Dylan, Radiohead, The Rolling Stones, Leonard Cohen, Gram Parsons, Same Cooke, Dolly Parton, The Grateful Dead, and Tim Petty. We have gathered an amazing and diverse line up of singers ranging from age 18 – 63! 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.
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.
Derek Deakins
Derek Deakins
Derek Deakins is a fiddler, violinist, guitarist, and orchestra conductor originally from Kingsport, Tennessee.

Derek's musical journey began with Suzuki violin lessons at the age of five and has taken him all around the world as a professional musician. Derek has performed in several foreign countries and all of the 48 contiguous United States in venues ranging from Madison Square Garden to the Grand Ole Opry.

Derek graduated from Belmont University in Nashville, Tennessee, with a Bachelor of Music degree in Instrumental Music Education and holds a Master of Music degree in Orchestral Conducting from East Carolina University in Greenville, North Carolina.

While living in Nashville, Derek performed with major recording artists such as The Osborne Brothers, James Monroe, Mac Wiseman, Charlie Daniels, Craig Morgan, Tracy Byrd, Andy Griggs, Neil McCoy, and Blake Shelton. His television appearances include Grand Ole Opry Live, Good Morning America, The CBS Early Show, The Jimmy Kimmell Show, and Late Night with Craig Ferguson.

Derek has recorded and produced four professional albums, titled "If I Could Give the World," "The Fiddle, Bluegrass, and Me," "Double Fiddle Time," and "Where We Belong," as part of the Gravel Road Acoustic Trio. Visit Derek's music page for audio samples and purchasing information.

Recently, Derek has enjoyed working as Director of Orchestras at Wando High School in Mt Pleasant, South Carolina. He also pioneered the guitar program and Advanced Placement Music Theory program. Derek is a quarterfinalist for the Grammy Music Educator of the Year Award and has co-authored a music book called Fiddlin' Favorites Volume 2 for violin students.

When Derek is not teaching, you might find him playing guitar and singing as part of Gravel Road Acoustic Trio. He also enjoys performing with various other bluegrass and country groups throughout the southeast. Additionally, Derek is honored to be a musician on staff at Walt Disney World in Orlando, Florida.

He lives in Mt Pleasant, SC with his wife and son.
Mark Yampolsky
“Authentic.American.Music.”.....that is how founding member Mark Yampolsky describes the Forty Mile Detour sound. "It's Americana and draws from many American music styles, incorporating elements of blues, rock 'n' roll, folk and bluegrass."

The members of Forty Mile Detour are Mike Sparks on lead guitar, Krystal Halvorson (vocals, guitar, banjo) John Auwearter (bass) and Scott Tucker on drums. In addition to playing guitar, Mark is the the lead vocalist and principle songwriter for the band.

When Charleston South Carolina radio personality, Wolf of 105.5 FM The Bridge heard Forty Mile Detour for the first time he became an instant fan. “Outstanding,” he says of the band, “If you haven't seen them live you need to do yourself a favor and check them out. It's great Americana music. It's rock 'n' roll, blues and country all rolled up into one and it comes out sounding great.”

Forty Mile Detour has been performing their unique sound playing everywhere from craft beer houses to concert halls in the Lowcountry of South Carolina. “We love getting the opportunity to share our music” says Mark, “It is gratifying to see that our music is connecting with so many people.”

Forty Mile Detour plays their music from the heart, creating a sound that is true to the American spirit, the open road and the American dream. The band’s commitment to live performances continues to earn them many fans throughout the Lowcountry of South Carolina.
Brad Edwardson
Brad Edwardson
Brad Edwardson moved to Charleston in 2010 to play upright bass with some friends he had made while touring the southeast with a band from Milwaukee, WI. He played around the Charleston area for years before starting his own project in 2014 called Red Cedar Review. As guitarist and vocalist for Red Cedar Review, Edwardson focuses on fingerstyle guitar, similar to the sounds of Mississippi John Hurt and Doc Watson. They released their debut album, "The Highway" in July of 2018, and continue to play around the Charleston area on a weekly basis.
Bill Carson & Tyler Ross
Bill Carson & Tyler Ross
Bill Carson and Tyler Ross connected over their shared love of traditional American styles and have been collaborating for the past couple of years. The duo performs regularly as, most imaginatively, Carson/Ross.
Rob Williams
Rob Williams
Rob started out with Poison, then onto Grateful Dead and Led Zeppelin. In the mid-90’s he co-founded a band in college that played sort of a southern version of Pearl Jam grunge, but each show he delivered a note-perfect “Blue Sky” by the Allman Brothers. A few years ago he started writing songs, seeming to bypass the awkward early songwriting phase of bad rhymes and embarrassing concepts. He’s got that thing, those blues, that extra something you can’t touch but you know is there. Rob plays guitar and sings in Solid Country Gold, Henry’s Attic and 54 Bicycles.
Ian Glaosen
Ian Glaosen
Ina Glaosen was born in Wichita, Kansas. He is still learning to play the guitar, and hopes to play it well someday. He also is ok with you knowing that he has no feeling in his lower left leg. This is the only known photograph of the man.
Venue Information:
Charleston Music Hall
37 John Street
Charleston, South Carolina, 29403