A native Tennessean, John Tomlin
grew up steeped in the Bluegrass tradition.
Soaking in the sounds of his grandfather’s banjo and great uncle’s guitar and Lester Flatt-styled singing, John quickly found his place in this musical family, learning the guitar and, ultimately, the mandolin.
Over the years, John has brewed his distinctive sound, rooted in the “tradition” of legends like Bill Monroe and Lester Flatt, infused with the “progressive” flavor influence of artists like John Duffey and Sam Bush, and seasoned with a bold shot of passion and energy. John has served up his signature blend of rich vocals and steaming hot mandolin licks on stages around the world‚ from “Music City” honky-tonks, to clubs and festivals throughout the United States, Canada and Europe, including the Johnny Keenan Banjo Festival in Ireland & Co.
John Tomlin – Mandolin
Brad Benge – Bass
Nick DiSebastian – Guitar
Eamon MgLoughlin – Fiddle
Josh Brand – Banjo
Southern Style Dinner Great Country Cooking!
$20 Dinner and admission, Call the store for reservations – 931-653-4151 $5.00 Admission –
Up Coming Bands:
29th – Silver Point
5th – The Borrowed Mules
12th – Fredonia Bluegrass Band
19th – Craig Morris & King Cotton
26th – The Bilbrey’s