Carnegie Hall’s 2014 Ivy Terrace free Summer Concert Series continues with a performance by the Possum Holler Glee Club. The concert will be held rain or shine Thursday, Aug. 14 at 6:30 p.m. Bring a picnic dinner and sit back with family and friends to enjoy a Lewisburg summer tradition.
Five veteran musicians, one unique sound: from the hills of West Virginia comes Possum Holler Glee Club. Brought together through their love of creating genre-jumping, feel good party music, these tune-smiths are eclectic, if not electric. Drawing on everything from old-time and blues, to folk and funk, to punk rock and reggae, the Glee Club creates a sound that is simultaneously catchy and profound. Whether it be an obscure traditional, a funky original, or an instantly recognizable ‘80s pop tune, you can expect a unique experience thanks to the off-the-cuff fluidity of Possum Holler.
“Possum Holler Glee Club delves into the old-timey blues and folk of yesteryear while always surprising their audience with modern songs featuring their signature twist.” —Josh Baldwin, The Greenbrier Valley Quarterly
Ending the 2014 Ivy Terrace summer series on Aug. 28 will be Sassafrazz. If you haven’t made it out for a free evening of music on the lawn at Carnegie Hall, mark your calendar for one or both of these remaining shows.
Carnegie Hall’s Ivy Terrace Series is sponsored by City National Bank. For more information on this or other Carnegie Hall programs call 304-645-7917 or visit www.carnegiehallwv.org.