CMH, Charleston Magazine, Piccolo Spoleto present:
Grass in the Hall
featuring, Red Cedar Review, Marshgrass Mamas, The Bluestone Ramblers
Wed · May 29, 2019
Doors: 6:00 pm / Show: 7:00 pm
$20 - Individual | $15 - Student (Box Office Only)
Dinner Add On option available for an additional $32
Call for reservations after purchasing Dinner Add On option
Dinner at Vincent Chicco's - (843) 203-3002
Dinner at Virginia's on King - (843) 735-5800
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Grass in the Hall
Grass in the Hall is back for its 5th year as part of The Charleston Music Hall Piccolo Spoleto Series with three amazing local bluegrass bands. If you love Bluegrass, Americana, and Folk music, you will love the musical stylings of Red Cedar Review, Marshgrass Mamas, and Bluestone Ramblers. This show is presented in a Grand Ole Opry style, as we seek to open your ears to the sounds of Lowcountry Music.
The Marshgrass Mamas are a bevy of Johns Island musical gals. The roots of their music stem from traditional bluegrass and Appalachian old-time, but over the decades the sound has morphed into a unique sound of their own. Band members consist of Cary Ann Hearst pickin’ the lead guitar, Kristen Meierer thumping the doghouse bass, Dee Payne wailing on the banjo, Gina Perez and Chandler Marburg sawing on the fiddles, and Lauren Bevins Cahill putting the chop on the mandolin. Beautiful harmonies mixed with ridiculousness are sure to melt your heart and keep you around for more. The Marshgrass Mamas are known for being entertaining on stage while stomping out their own signature sound.
Photo by Eric Rayburn.
The Bluestone Ramblers
Founded in 2006 by guitarist Sandy Nivens and mandolin player Keith McCullough, the Bluestone Ramblers are a Lowcountry bluegrass band headquartered in Charleston, South Carolina. In addition to Nivens and McCullough, Gary Payne on the banjo, and Shawn Beckner on the bass. Hailing from varied and distinct Southern backgrounds, their sound is heavily influenced by the likes of Bill Monroe, Flatt and Scruggs, Seldom Scene, and Hot Rize. The quintet is a staple on stage across the Carolinas with headlining appearances at the BB&T Charleston Wine + Food Festival, the Southeastern Wildlife Exposition, the Lowcountry Oyster Festival, Harvest Festival, in addition to private events.