The Misty Mountain String Band will perform at the Glema Mahr Center for the Arts on Friday, October 30 at 7:30 pm in a Hancock Bank and Trust Coffeehouse presentation.
Drawing influence from old-time music, Americana, bluegrass, and songs of labor and protest, Misty Mountain String Band doesn’t stray far from their upbringings in Kentucky and West Virginia. Formed as a pickup group for an old-time camp revival, MMSB has evolved into a professional band that’s as at home playing with the Louisville Philharmonic Orchestra as at bluegrass festivals with Americana favorites.
The group connects with fans of folk music around the world, sharing unique string band music written for today but informed by tradition. MMSB has universal appeal, combining high energy with charismatic storytelling and a warm, conversational attitude.
General admission tickets are $20. Call (270) 821-2787 or visit glemacenter.org for more information.