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Knoxville-based guitarist Mike Baggetta will undoubtedly return to East Tennessee on tour, but his time as a local resident is drawing to a close as he and his wife prepare to move to Florida.
What started out as some bluegrass picking for a Boy Scout troop chili dinner has become a full-fledged ensemble of pals who make music fun. Friday, the Drift Boat Cowboys will perform at the Great Smoky Mountains Heritage Center in Townsend.
Robyn Long McCammon spent her pandemic year overhauling her school and her personal life, and this weekend, her students at the Rock and Metal Academy of Alcoa will perform at The Bird and the Book.
Emilie "EmiSunshine" Hamilton, who performs Friday at The Open Chord in Knoxville, is preparing to release a new album in August: "Judgment Day," which sounds unlike anything she's done up to this point.
William Wright was making music around East Tennessee before Emilie "EmiSunshine" Hamilton was even born, but the two have joined forces to bolster the latter's musical vision, even as the former expands his creative palate.
Singer-songwriter Parker Pressley calls Alcoa home, hails from Western North Carolina and has Nashville in his sights ... but he'll always remain true to his roots, he tells The Daily Times.
The Po' Ramblin' Boys started out as the house band at the Ole Smoky Moonshine Distillery in Pigeon Forge ... and five years later, the band was nominated for a Grammy. Tonight, they'll perform at Dancing Bear Lodge in Townsend.
Jon Klenck — a.k.a. Jonny Monster — is headed back to Brackins Blues Club in downtown Maryville this weekend, ready to play his unique brand of alternative blues for a crowd he always finds appreciative.
Blount County music teacher, bluegrass picker and singer-songwriter Roscoe Morgan recently released "The Peaceful Absence of Ambition," a new album that he'll celebrate with a Friday night performance in Knoxville.
For a decade, singer-songwriter Grady Milligan was a fixture around Blount County. But after going through something of an existential crisis, he let go of a narrowly defined worldview and began to see the world through new eyes.