Alan Bibey & Grasstowne will be performing at The Arts Place of Stokes on Sunday, October 7, 2018 beginning at 3pm with 100% of admission proceeds supporting the new Stokes Junior Pickers instructional program.
Alan Bibey is a Stokes County, NC native who is recognized as one of the most creative and technically gifted mandolin players in bluegrass and acoustic music. A stylist who turned heads as an original member of The New Quicksilver, IIIrd Tyme Out, BlueRidge and now Alan Bibey & Grasstowne, his tasteful innovations and pristine execution earned him inclusion in The Young Mando Monsters project, Mel Bays Mandolin book The Greatest Mandolin Players Of The Twentieth Century as well as The Bluegrass All-Stars Sugar Hill Records project.
Alan will be joined on October 7 by some of the finest young musicians in bluegrass today, Grasstowne members Zak McLamb, Laura Orshaw, Mike Bentley, and Justin Jenkins.
The band’s new album, Alan Bibey & Grasstowne 4, has already yielded 2 huge chart hits, ”This Old Guitar and Me” and “Cold Dark Ground.” Bluegrass Today reviews the album by saying, “Anyone who appreciates contemporary bluegrass played with precision, soul, and authority will want this one in their library.” This fall, the band is also set to release their first all gospel project on Mountain Fever Records.
The concert will include two sets of music with intermission, followed by a meet & greet with the band. Doors open at 2pm On Sunday, October 7, 2019. Concert begins at 3pm
Tickets can be purchased at the Stokes Arts office located at 500 N. Main Street in Danbury, or by calling 336 593-8159, or via Brown Paper Tickets at https://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/3617806
$20 Advance for Adults
$10 Advance for Youth Ages 18 and under
$30 day of the performance for all ages