SEVIERVILLE, Tenn. – Music in Commons, featuring musicians from across East Tennessee, is a new, free music series happening 7 p.m. Oct. 6 and continuing each Friday in October at the Gazebo in downtown Sevierville.
The Music in Commons concert series kicks off with local favorite Boogertown Gap that specializes in the music played by early settlers of the Great Smoky Mountains.
On Oct. 13, the multi-talented Ed Snodderly, a musician, songwriter, and playwright from Johnson City, Tennessee, performs. Ed Snodderly’s music is often referred to as modern Appalachian with an eclectic mix of traditional country, bluegrass and all things southern.
Misty River from Maryville, Tennessee performs Oct. 20. Regional songwriters and musicians Lisa Chambers, Doug Batchelor, Kenny Dodson, and Randy Watson perform bluegrass inspired traditional and original compositions.
Oct. 27 concludes the series with Johnson City quartet, Bill and the Belles. Long time musicians Kris Truelsen, Kalia Yeagle, Grace Van’t Hof, and Karl Zerfas celebrate the diversity of the region’s traditional music genres offering a reimagining of a bygone era.
The Sevierville Commons Arts Council is a neighborhood revitalization organization of individuals, artists, studios, galleries and businesses dedicated to the promotion and awareness of the arts and culture through education, entertainment, community interaction and trade in Sevierville and Sevier County, Tennessee.
For more information, visit www.SeviervilleCommonsArtsCouncil.org.
This free concert series is sponsored by Misty and Bob Benson, Citadel Construction, Cherokee Group, Edward H. Hamilton, and Carl Hatcher Furniture and Bistro 109 Restaurant.