Live Music on the Brow Park Stage
The music is free.
Brett Greer Singer, songwriter, and musician Brett Greer is an award-winning Nashville recording artist. He has played regionally and nationally for the past 14 years. Brett will perform Saturday morning at 10.
Richard Schrei is an international recording artist whose eclectic musical experiences – classical, new age, ambient, blues, jazz, Chinese modal music, musical Qigong, Sui Zen, Tibetan & Sanskrit chanting, and Native American – make him a truly versatile and interesting musician. His music has tremendous depth of feeling and the capacity to touch the innermost places of mind, body and spirit to bring profound release, healing and relaxation. He'll perform on Saturday morning at 11:15.
The Django Riders are a 4-piece group of “jive honkies” coming from the Middle Tennessee, “looking to make a name for themselves off the almighty religion that is Rock ‘n Roll.” They will perform on Saturday afternoon at 12:30 p.m.
Singer-songwriter Coty Still was brought up in the South Georgia countryside without television and very limited radio exposure, and therefore had little musical influences as a youth other than what he experienced in church. Even so, his music often tended to be a bit rock and bluesy – much to his grandfather’s surprise – but with a touch of undeniable southern gospel style. Even in adulthood, his music still carries this blues rock with a southern gospel feel. Roots run deep. His storytelling writing style leads the listener on a unique journey with each new song performance. His songs are about love, loss, uncertainty, spiritualism, fun, and hope; songs that reflect real life and a bit of imagination. Coty will perform at 1:45 on Saturday.
The Vegetaters are a genuine old-time string band from DeKalb County. They got their start and name from playing their wildly entertaining mixture of local and regional numbers, traditional fiddle tunes, and old-time banjo songs at local farmers markets. You can catch them at 3 on Saturday afternoon.
Lisa Crow inherited musical talents from both of her grandmothers who were musicians and sang beautifully. She has been singing most of her life and started playing the guitar at 24. She enjoys singing songs that touch her heart and moves her listeners. James Loy Roberts cites his father (a distinguished bluegrass musician) as his greatest influence. James plays guitar, bass and Dobro. He has toured extensively throughout the Southeast with Deja Blues, opening for Delbert McClinton, Wet Willie, and others. Join Lisa and James at 4:15 on Saturday afternoon.
Csilla and Emily. Csilla Elam sang for many years as a worship leader, and at coffee houses, conferences, and festivals until she was diagnosed with cancer and lost her singing voice. Her daughter, Emily, was 3 years old. Csilla survived the cancer and regained her voice. Now Emily is 14 and sings with her mother, who says, “I am really blessed and grateful to be alive and come out and show others through music that God is with us through the hardest times in our lives.” They'll perform on Sunday at 11:15.
At only 14, Danielle Salabarria, aka ‘DENI’, began writing and performing with her sister around the metro Atlanta area in 2009 as half of the acoustic duo ‘Luna & Sol’. And while the sisters continue to play and record together occasionally, DENI’s solo career as a singer/songwriter began to take off in late 2013. She is a multi-instrumentalist who brings amazing stage presence and intense emotion into her songs, and she continues to build a fan base everywhere she performs. Her unique style can best be described as Pop R&B, and she incorporates both piano and guitar into her repertoire. Musically reminiscent of Adele, Carole King, or John Legend, her actual sound is totally individual and distinct. She is best known for her hard-hitting, crystal-clear, and wide-ranging vocals combined with intensely poetic and personal lyrics. You can see her performance on Sunday at 12:30.
Southern-raised, Craig Hendricks has laid his head from the Piedmont of Middle Georgia to the Alabama heights of Lookout Mountain. However, Craig has found his place on stages from Savannah, GA, to Rangeley, ME, and from Fort Payne, AL to Gatlinburg, TN. Craig brings his own unique character and smooth style to create a personal and interactive experience for his listeners with the charisma often found in troubadours of yesteryear; also, a national award winner for his songwriting and recognition of his vocal talents. Between a variety of covers and originals, Craig can keep you listening...or maybe on your feet! Craig will perform on Sunday at 1:45 p.m.
Joe Johnson has been playing instruments and singing since he was 10 years old. A multi-instrumentalist, pure country vocalist, and songwriter, he has played and recorded with many brand name country acts, performing on the same bill with acts such as Dr. Ralph Stanley, Marty Rabon (Shenandoah), and Doug Stone. Joe will perform on Sunday at 3.
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