A Bluegrass Christmas with Cane Mill Road
December 7 @ 6:30 pm - 9:00 pm$85 – $160
Enjoy a night out at the Earl Scruggs Center with dinner and a show! Join us for a concert with Cane Mill Road and a three-course dinner by the chefs at The Dutch Broad Cafe.
Each ticket for the evening includes:
One specialty cocktail
Three-course dinner with your choice of entree
One drink ticket to use at dinner (cash bar will be available for additional beverages)
Intimate concert with Cane Mill Road
Seats are limited and ticket sales end November 22.
About the artist:
Think of a young Steep Canyon Rangers, Infamous Stringdusters, or Nickel Creek, then mix in the on-stage energy of Billy Strings and homespun rapport of Balsam Range — that’s Cane Mill Road.
Rapidly rising in the bluegrass scene, the Billboard-charting artists are the youngest to garner an IBMA Momentum Band-of-the-Year nomination (2018) and are nominated again in 2019 for IBMA’s Momentum Band-of-the-Year Award. In addition, mandolin/fiddle player Liam Purcell and banjo player Tray Wellington are nominated for Momentum Instrumentalist-of-the-Year. Cane Mill Road landed a prestigious IBMA Ramble Band slot in 2017. Grey Fox selected them as an Emerging Artist in 2018 and Cane Mill Road will opened the main stage at Grey Fox on Friday and Saturday in 2019.
Signed by the Patuxent Music label, the band’s first two albums spent seven weeks on Billboard’s bluegrass albums chart, including two top 10 debuts.
You’ve seen them at not only MerleFest, but Wide Open Bluegrass, Grey Fox, Delaware Valley, Bluegrass Island, Carolina in the Fall, Silver Dollar City, and hundreds of other venues/festivals over the past five years including internationally on a 9-day tour of Argentina.
Growing up just down the road from Doc Watson, Cane Mill Road rocks the traditional bluegrass standards they were raised on, yet boldly write original music with roots in the fertile grounds of bluegrass, with a little hint of old-time, blues, jazz, and Americana music that influences the band members.
About the caterer:
The Dutch Broad unites farm-grown vegetables and humanely locally raised animals with creative culinary skills. The food is beautifully presented, deeply flavored and simply delicious.
The Dutch Broad is named after its owner’s heritage and location on the Broad River. At the Dutch Broad we have a great love and respect for the land and its preservation. It is all about farm-fresh, organic, regionally grown dishes. White Turtle Farm is a modern family farm using sustainable and organic small-scale practices. White Turtle Farm is situated on 100 acres, of which 85 acres are in sustainable tree production. Biodiversity and natural ecosystem processes are conserved through Agroforestry. Two spring-fed creeks as well as the Broad River define the property boundaries.