There has been a good deal of excitement this past few weeks about the first-ever live performance of The Soggy Bottom Boys, the studio band that recorded Man Of Constant Sorrow for the soundtrack of O Brother, Where Art Thou in 2000.
Dan Tyminski, Barry Bales, Ron Block, Stuart Duncan and Mike Compton will reunite for a show this Saturday, March 22, on the Moonshine Holler Stage at the Ole Smoky Moonshine distillery in Gatlinburg, TN. The free show will also feature a set from Monroeville, and a special guest performance with Dr. Ralph Stanley. Late additions to the program are Josh and Bill from the popular Discovery Channel’s TV series, Moonshiners.
Ole Smoky is a legal distillery that makes moonshine whiskey the old fashioned way – with some modern technological enhancements. Tomorrow’s show kicks off their 2014 concert series, and will introduce their newest product, Ole Smoky Charred, i.e., brown liquor.
For those who can’t attend the show, Ole Smoky will broadcast a live video stream online, starting at 5:00 p.m. (EDT).
Sounds like fun.
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