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People on the Porch

Friday, March 6, 2020 @ 7:30 pm - 10:00 pm

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One event on Friday, March 6, 2020 at 7:30 pm

People on the Porch consists of members: Jeremy Sayne – Vocals, Guitar Danny Elson – Vocals, Banjo David Cloud – Electric Bass/Upright Bass Becca Wolfe – Violin C.D. Vest – Electric Guitar/Mandolin Greg McGinnis -Drums

Emerging from Franklin TN, Americana/folk-rock band ‘People on the Porch’ are becoming a rising force in their local music scene. Gracefully merging genres in an effortless manner, while spreading their message of hope, truth, and love. Band members have inspirations from bands like The Avett Brothers, Pink Floyd, Simon and Garfunkel, and The Everly Brothers, among many others. Dropping their first full length effort in September 2019, titled ‘Gray Line’ which was Produced, Engineered, and Recorded by Mike Marsh of The Avett Brothers. Also, they have released a self-tilted 5 song EP , and a 5 song LIVE performance album in 2017. They have played shows all over Tennessee, from East to West, hitting some of the hottest live music venues in the state. Also, appearing in the festival scene, from Columbia’s Muletown Music Fest, Franklin’s PumpkinFest, and the rapidly popular Pilgrimage Music and Cultural Festival. They credit their ever growing fan base, and exposure to the opportunities given to them from The Legendary Kimbro’s Pickin Parlor, where they have held a monthly residency for over 3 years. So the story goes…. Back to high school for Jeremy and Danny. The two first met early in their high school days, and became friends immediately. Both had a major love for singing and music in general. Singing Tenor 1 and Tenor 2 in their High School elite singing group known as “Singers”, they developed their tight harmonies. Eventually after high school parted ways for different lives. 10 years later (2013) they reunited, both having families now. Life experiences were shared and talked about ,and emotions high and low were felt. Traumatic, Impressive, Hilarious, are words that best fit. 2 years of constant songwriting and arrangement, made for some very emotional driven series of songs that makes you feel alive! Although still very young as a band, when they hit the stage they deliver a powerful live show with an energy that thrills the people in attendance, from all ages new to old! They feel right at home on the porch too.

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