Tag Archives: Family-Friendly

The Po’ Ramblin’ Boys / AJ Lee & Blue Summit

Additional Showtimes: 7 pm, Sunday, April 7 Formed in the Smoky Mountains, The Po’ Ramblin’ Boys are exactly what you would expect and not at all what you would expect from a tattooed East Tennessee bluegrass outfit. However, they take pride in being ambassadors of their genre. The group has brought their music from rural…

Latin Dance Party: Orquesta Akokán

Additional Showtimes: 9 pm, Saturday, April 6 Led by dynamic singer José “Pepito” Gómez, producer Jacob Plasse, arranger Michael Eckroth and the “island’s greatest instrumentalists” (The New York Times), Orquesta Akokán has a cohesion forged by years of international touring. The Cuban powerhouse ensemble’s sound has blossomed into an intimate dialogue between good friends, allowing…

Cajun Dance Party: The Savoy Family Cajun Band

Additional Showtimes: 7 pm, Saturday, April 6 Aptly named the “First Family of Cajun Music,” the Savoy Family Cajun Band hails from Eunice, Louisiana. Patriarch and celebrated accordion builder Marc Savoy is a National Heritage Fellow. His wife Ann Savoy wrote a well-known book on Cajun music history, and has produced numerous recordings with the…

Stephane Wrembel Quartet / Tatiana Eva-Marie & Avalon Jazz Band

Additional Showtimes: 8:30 pm, Thursday, April 4 Widely considered one of the masters of the Django Reinhardt style, French guitarist Stephane Wrembel’s music has expanded to incorporate jazz, blues, classical, swing, flamenco and rock ‘n’ roll. He immersed himself in Django’s native Sinti culture (a Western European Roma group), learning from Sinti guitarists Angelo Debarre…

Dervish

Additional Showtimes: 8:30 pm, Saturday, March 30 Dervish is renowned for their live performances, which combine dazzling sets of Irish tunes with stunning interpretations of traditional songs. Having recently received a lifetime achievement award from the BBC, all six members of Dervish are steeped in the musical traditions of counties Sligo and Leitrim in northwest…

Bayou Boogie! A Tribute to Clifton Chenier “The King of Zydeco” Feat. C.J. Chenier, Marcia Ball & The Red Hot Louisiana Band

Additional Showtimes: 9 pm, Friday, March 29 Clayton Joseph Chenier is Creole music royalty. His father, the legendary Clifton Chenier, invented the style of music we know today as Zydeco and was the first Creole musician to be recognized with a Grammy Award. Marcia Ball’s rollicking Texas boogies, swampy New Orleans ballads and groove-laden Gulf…

Oumou Sangaré

Additional Showtimes: 8 pm, Thursday, March 28 Referred to as the “songbird of Wassolou,” Malian superstar Oumou Sangaré is known worldwide for her vibrant and powerful music. A Grammy Award winner, Sangaré’s sound spans traditional to contemporary, with distinctive vocals that have propelled her onto the international stage. Don‚Äôt miss this Savannah Music Festival debut…