Legendary Shack Shakers

The Legendary Shack Shakers’ hell-for-leather roadshow has earned quite a name for itself with its unique brand of Southern Gothic that is all-at-once irreverent, revisionist, dangerous, and fun. Led by their charismatic, rail-thin frontman and blues-harpist JD Wilkes, the Shack Shakers are a four-man wrecking crew from the South whose explosive interpretations of the blues, punk, rock and country have made fans, critics and legions of potential converts into true believers.

After taking more than a year off to work on other projects (including JD Wilkes's book "Barn Dances & Jamborees Across Kentucky"), the band is re-mobilizing in the fall of 2014 much to the excitement of many a Shack Shaker fanatic. Despite the group’s time off, their reputation for intensity has stuck with them. On stage, JD has been compared to the likes of Iggy Pop, David Byrne, and Jerry Lee Lewis. The Nashville Scene named Wilkes “the best frontman in Nashville” in 2002, while former Dead Kennedys frontman Jello Biafra has called JD “the last great Rock and Roll frontman.” Having joined the band in early 2012, garage blues guitar player Rod Hamdallah--who also lends his prowess to Wilkes's side project ‘JD Wilkes and the Dirt Daubers'--is back in the Shack Shakers’ lineup. The rhythm section is rounded out with Brett Whitacre on drums and Mark Robertson thumping out the upright bass.

Coach N' Commando

Boot-Stompin', Gut-Bustin', Finger-Pickin' Psychohillbilly, Country and Folk, Tears in Your Beers Kicker From the Lower East Side of NYC!

The Break Lights

The Break Lights are an emerging alternative rock band from Parsippany, New Jersey influenced by artists such as The Beatles, Neil Young, Paul Simon, Wilco, Radiohead, and Spoon. Harmoniously blending their unique voices and confident instrumentation, The Break Lights perform songs that range from self-reflective ballads to upbeat rock. The band has released three self-produced EPs: “Ladies” in 2014, “Knockout” in 2015, and “The Bright Life” in 2017.

Blue Heart's Revelry

All original New/Bluegrass, Americana, Folk, with some Rock 'n Roll roots!

J.D. Pinkus

$15.00

Tickets

$15 in advance, or $18 cash at the door.

$5 Food & Beverage Minimum collected in cash at door for all guests under the age of 21; Voucher redeemable in restaurant.

Who’s Going

Upcoming Events
Stanhope House - Main Stage