This Saturday, October 24th, the Summerville Trade Day Drive-in Music Show hosted by Howard Finster’s Paradise Garden featuring LIVE MUSIC with KINDRED FIRE, and Russell Cook & the Sweet Teeth will happen at Trade Day.
Gates open at 6pm. Show starts at 7pm. No alcohol is permitted. Trade Day Concessions will be open with home made corn dogs & funnel cakes, and beverages. Bring chairs or blankets to sit outside…the music will also be available to hear on your car radio. Merchandise will be available to purchase from the bands, and from Paradise Garden.
ABOUT THE BANDS:
Kindred Fire is a creative partnership between musicians Austen Earp and Haley Morgan Smith. The two creatives met and became friends as students at Shorter College in 2007 after Austen’s dad, a professor at the university, heard Haley sing and connected her with his piano prodigy son. From there, both played in various bands, and had various successes with major record label deals, touring, and song writing. A decade later, the two began working together writing and performing. Austen resides in Rome, GA with his wife, Emily, and Haley resides in North Georgia with her dog Boone and 3 chickens T-boz, Left Eye and Chili.
Rome, Georgia’s Russell Cook & the Sweet Teeth is a two-guitar and drums juke-joint style trio, using sharp-edged songwriting to open up a vein of electrified Americana. Featuring the sparkling guitar work of Scotty Knight and ace drummer Jeremy Clark, the Sweet Teeth play new songs, traditional songs, and original songs written by Cook. Cook is a visual artist and a college professor raised in the small northwest Georgia town Fairmount. He also plays music with wife and co-writer Cameron Cook in the bluegrass folk duo the Little Country Giants.
This is a RAIN OR SHINE event.
Tickets can be purchased ONLINE ONLY at kindredfire.eventbrite.com.
To insure social distancing, only a limited amount of tickets will be available.
THANK YOU SPONSORS
“Southeast 1st National Bank”
“#1 Fans of Kindred Fire”
THANK YOU Larry and Jane Schlacter of Trade Day for use of the site and facilities!
All proceeds benefit Howard Finster’s Paradise Garden!