The Steep Canyon Rangers, plus Logan Halstead, Jerry Salley, Buffalo Wabs & The Price Hill Hustle

07aug5:00 pm9:00 pmThe Steep Canyon Rangers, plus Logan Halstead, Jerry Salley, Buffalo Wabs & The Price Hill Hustle

Event Details

Presented by: CP Mangement
We’ll kick the evening off at 5:30 with Logan Halstead, Jerry Salley will entertain you with stories of his songs and more beginning at 6:15, Buffalo Wabs and the Price Hill Hustle will heat it up at 7:15 and then Grammy winners The Steep Canyon Rangers will close the evening out at 8:30! Several crafters from around Southern Ohio will be on hand through the evening and snacks and drinks will be available all night. Doors open at 5pm.
The Steep Canyon Rangers With OUT IN THE OPEN, Steep Canyon Rangers affirm their place as one of the most versatile bands in contemporary American music. The GRAMMY® Award-winning sextet has spent nearly two decades bending and shaping the bluegrass aesthetic, wedding it to elements of pop, country, and folk rock to create something original. OUT IN THE OPEN is the Rangers bravest excursion thus far, transcending bluegrass while also getting closest to the genre’s true form thanks to 3x GRAMMY® Award-winning producer Joe Henry’s traditional approach toward recording. Since Steep Canyon Rangers came together in 2000, they have developed a remarkable catalogue of original music that links them to the past while also demonstrating their ambitious intent to bring string-based music into contemporary relevance. Steep Canyon Rangers are easily among the hardest working bands in any genre, pulling double duty on their own and as collaborators with Steve Martin (Mr. Martin will not be traveling with the Rangers this summer).
Jerry Salley has had an incredibly successful, multi-award winning songwriting career. The 2003 SESAC Country Music Songwriter of the Year, Salley has had over 500 different songs recorded and his songs have sold in excess of 17 million records worldwide. Writing and singing in Nashville since 1982, he has written multiple hits in country, bluegrass, and gospel music and may well be the most successful songwriter to have earned equal recognition from all three genres of music. Born in the small southern Ohio town of Chillicothe, he signed with Performing Rights Organization SESAC at eighteen years old. After earning a degree from Ohio University in 1982, Salley moved to Nashville and landed a job in the Country Music USA cast at Opryland theme park, a job that would become a springboard for what was to come. In the bluegrass genre, Jerry is a two-time IBMA Songwriter Of The Year nominee and has had hundreds of songs, including numerous chart-toppers, recorded. Jerry will be performing solo and telling the stories of some of your favorite Bluegrass songs that he wrote!
At only 17 years old, Logan hails from Boone County, West Virginia – home of Jesco White, coal mines, and…not much else. He’s got a sound and song writing ability that’s eerily reminiscent of guys like Tyler Childers and Zach Bryan, in the best possible way. After doing a session with Radio WV, Halstead’s song “Dark Black Coal,” a haunting look at life for many who work in the coal mines of southern West Virginia, has already racked up almost half a million views on YouTube. And he talked about that song with our friends over at Hippies and Cowboys: “Man, I wrote that song just based on my experience growin’ up in these parts. You know what I mean? Growing up here, you really do feel trapped sometimes. You feel like there’s no escape. Like you don’t have nothin’ but coal mines and drugs. You have to drive 30miles if you want to work at a damn Kroger or something like that. There’s nothing here. So the coal mine is all we got. It’s a love/hate relationship with the mines, it really is. That song is really about that experience growing up, that trapped feeling.”
Kids 10 years and younger are only $15!


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