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Pretty Little Goat with Nicholas Williams
- Sunday, May 15, 2022
- The Main Stage
- General Admission Tickets are available on line :: Call the venue for Reserved Seating Tickets at 828-575-2737
- Main Floor Reserved Tickets are available with dinner reservations only :::: There is a $20 minimum in food and beverage purchases per person with your dinner reservation :::: These are the only main floor tickets available :::: You MUST call venue to make a dinner reservation & purchase your tickets :::: General Admission Tickets are available for the Balcony only :: There is no dinner service for balcony seating.
Join Pretty Little Goat and Nicholas Edward Williams for an evening of dynamic roots music that is familiar, yet enticingly fresh and original.
Pretty Little Goat plays grassroots music with one foot dancing in tradition, and the other rollicking in the modern age. The band formed in 2013 when Josh Carter (mandolin) Mallory Carter (percussion) Owen Grooms (banjo) and JT Linville (upright bass) built a sound around their common love of the deep well of local tradition found in the mountains of Western North Carolina. The band sees traditional music as a living art form; vibrant and evolving. Their debut self-titled album released in 2016 presents unique interpretations of old-time songs, along with original material. Their second album, Let The Sun Shine In (2019), is full of groovy original music that is “as close as we’ll ever be to our past while being as current as we need it to be,” as one of their musical inspirations, Mike Ashworth of the Steep Canyon Rangers once said. The Goats have just released their 3rd full length album, Big Storm, which has received acclaim from Bluegrass Today and Alternate Root, as well as others. Steve Wong of Blue Ridge Now had this to say about Pretty Little Goat’s newest release:
Holding a torch passed on by legendary pickers like Mississippi John Hurt and Doc Watson, Nicholas Edward Williams is a 35 year-old international touring storyteller blending folk songwriting with Piedmont blues and Travis-style fingerpicking, melodic vocals, rolling harmonica, stomp box and whistling creating a sound that feels familiar, yet new.
Come enjoy an evening of live music, food and drinks at the Isis. Reservations are highly recommended.
Reserved Seat Tickets are available with Dinner reservations – You must call the venue at 828-575-2737 for Reserve Seat Tickets and to make dinner reservations.
General Admission Tickets are available for the main stage balcony only. Seating in the balcony is first come, first serve.
Currently, Only General Admission Tickets are available on line