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Adair Arbor & Jesse Barry’s Tribute to Johnny Cash
- Wednesday, November 6, 2019
- $15 Advance // $15 Door
- Tickets on Sale Now
- Seated Lounge Show - Limited Tables Available with a Dinner Reservation :: All Other Seating is First Come First Serve General Admission :: Please Call Venue for Dinner Reservations
An evening of Johnny Cash’s legendary songs brought to you by the beautiful vocals of Adair Arbor and Jesse Barry: a female take on the music of one of the best selling artists of all time.
Adair Arbor is a musician, artist and gardener in Asheville. She grew up on Johnny Cash's music and has always loved to sing and play his songs. A classically trained vocalist from ages 10-18, she then took up ukulele and guitar in high school, which led to a love of songwriting. Currently, she's also working on songs of her own with her project, Haegtessa. When she's not playing guitar, you can find her in the garden, making chalkboard art, or out hiking with her husband, Chris, and dog, Sina.
Jesse Barry, known for her soulful blues pipes and contagious enthusiasm on stage, began her music career at the tender age of 8 years old. She competed on the popular TV show “American Idol” in season 9 and has made a lasting impact on her hometown, Asheville, NC. She is currently working with her group Jesse Barry and The Jam, special events band A Social Function, and Steely Dan tribute band Dirty Logic.
Keith Snyder has been playing music professionally for 25 years. Growing up in the competitive Philadelphia music scene made it necessary to be able to perform at a high level in a wide range of styles and genres. This versatility has led Keith to perform in various projects that have traveled throughout the US. Most recently Keith spent 5 years as the bassist for one of South Florida's premier Jam Bands, The Happy Dog. Keith now divides his time performing throughout the Asheville region and Key West.
Micah Thomas is an Asheville NC based musician who graduated with a BA in Fine Arts and Music Performance in 2007. He has played with some of the greatest jazz musicians in the world, such as Randy Brecker of the "Brecker Brothers" and legendary steel pan player, Othello Molineaux of Jaco Pastorius' "Word of Mouth" band. Micah has toured Europe and the US with NYC's own, Mike Savino from "Tall Tall Trees" and is now an Adjunct Faculty member at WCU teaching Commercial Percussion and Principals of Drum Set.