Sweet Seasons: A Celebration of the Music and Life of Carole King brings audiences back to the generation shaped by the songs of legendary, two-time Hall of Fame inductee, Carole King. Twenty-six year old lead singer and piano prodigy Michelle Foster brings a vibrant and nuanced sound to the material you know and love.
Take a trip back to the ’50s with The Holy Rocka Rollaz! This high-energy trio from Minneapolis has been bringing their exciting show to family-friendly events for several years. Using vintage instruments, this band knows how to deliver the spirit and sound of pioneer rock ‘n’ rollers. Lead singer/guitarist Mark Flora plays a hollow body Gretsch through tube amps, bassist /singer Lisa Lynn slaps a mean upright bass, and drummer/singer Matt Alexander pounds an old Gretsch drum kit. The Holy Rocka Rollaz brings audience back to the classic sound of early American rock ‘n’ roll.
The Highwaymen are a country music tribute group that has traveled the world performing country music to millions of fans. Their show is full of upbeat, honky-tonk hits like Ring of Fire, Dukes of Hazard, and On the Road Again.
Poppa Bear Norton is America’s only – and therefore number one – daredevil country act! Their music harkens back to the days of Buck Owens and Johnny Cash, and the outlaw era of Waylon, Willie, and Haggard. A time when a song was written like a well-crafted story and performed with passion, sincerity and humor. When Poppa Bear and “B” hit the stage and fire up their one-part honky-tonk, one-part Hee-Haw styled country show, it’s fast, exciting, fun, and entertaining.