450 Franklin Street, Rocky Mount VA 24151 - 540-484-8277

Faded Travelers with Josh Marlowe & Rhinestone Twang and Roger Handy & Denny Alley

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Faded Travelers with Josh Marlowe & Rhinestone Twang and Roger Handy & Denny Alley
Saturday, September 2, 2017 7:00 PM
Harvester Performance Center, Rocky Mount, VA
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  • Ticket Price: $10.00 - $15.00
  • Door Time: 6:30 PM
  • Show Type: Americana
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Faded Travelers formed in early 2015. After playing together with various groups for several years, we decided to move in a creative direction. Together we were able to blend individual styles and influences into our own sound. These influences can be traced to, in no particular order : Waylon Jennings, Bob Seger, Johnny Cash, George Jones, Billy Joel, Merle Haggard, Van Halen, David Allen Coe, Red Hot Chilli Peppers, Jason Isbell, Chris Stapleton, Reckless Kelly, Cross Canadian Ragweed, Tom Petty, Robert Earl Keen, Chris Knight among others.

Josh Marlowe & Rhinestone Twang -
Josh Marlowe plays real country music. Plain and simple. But there is nothing plain and simple about what happens on stage. An accomplished guitarist, Josh, weaves driving chords together with intricate licks. But his playing comes off as a subtle foundation for rich baritone voice that brings to mind traditional country singers. And there is nothing put on about the twang in his voice. It's as country as the winding roads, tobacco barns, and back woods of Dry Fork, VA, where he grew up. Josh honed his skills playing at church and sitting in with local and regional bluegrass and country bands. So when he and his band, Rhinestone Twang, play an original song or a classic cover, what comes out is real country music that anyone is more likely to enjoy.

Roger Handy…longtime singer and performer with The Lost and Found and Roger Handy and Southern Depot. Born and raised in a Franklin County and a crowd favorite wherever he performs.
Denny Alley picks a mean guitar,in the Atkins/Travis style, and has played with Roger Handy for quite a while, including opening for The Gibson Brothers at the Harvester last year.