An Evening with Pretty Little Goat
- Sunday, September 15, 2019
- $15 / $15
- 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
Join Pretty Little Goat for an intimate evening of original and traditional music from the Appalachian Mountains, as they promote their second studio album, “Let The Sun Shine In.”
Pretty Little Goat · 7:00pm
Pretty Little Goat is grassroots music at its finest. The band formed in 2013 through their common grounding in the deep well of local tradition found in the mountains of Western North Carolina. As young lovers of old-time music, Pretty Little Goat began winning string band competitions right away. Over the last four years, the Goats have collaborated with many well respected local musicians including Jamie Laval, Blake Ellege, members of the Steep Canyon Rangers and Jeff Sipe. Pretty Little Goat's distinct lineup makes them stand out in the world of string music. Mallory Carter plays washboard like nobody you've ever seen. JT Linville is an exceptionally tasteful and versatile bassist. Owen Grooms plunks clawhammer banjo like water rolling over rocks. Josh Carter presents a unique mandolin style and writes honest songs with powerful messages.
Together, these individuals form a unique groove that pushes boundaries and defies categorization, but is still rooted deeply in tradition. The Goats' new original music highlighted in their second release, "Let the Sun Shine In," is a testament to this, and shows new evolution and creativity in mountain string band music.