Big night coming up at the Carter Fold!

Saturday, March 23rd, 2019, at 7:30 p.m., the Carter Family Fold in Hiltons, Virginia will present a concert of bluegrass music by Troublesome Hollow with Tim White and special guests Glen Harlow and Randy Jackson. Admission to the show $10 for adults, $2 for children 6 to 11, under age 6 free. Tickets are available at the door. Doors open at 6:00 p.m.

Troublesome Hollow is a dynamic bluegrass and Americana band from Hickory Tree, Tennessee. The band has been together for many years performing all across the eastern United States. Troublesome Hollow features Tim White on banjo, guitar and on vocals; Donnie Ollis on guitar and vocals; and his younger brother Garry Ollis on upright bass and vocals. They perform everything from hard driving traditional bluegrass to old music, newgrass, and old ballads as well as Americana and comedy. To date, they have six recordings to their credit and have performed on many television shows. Recently on Song of the Mountains which is seen across America on public television (PBS), they were one of the featured acts. Tim White has hosted and been the driving force of Song of the Mountains since its’ beginning in 2005. The band’s latest recording was produced in Nashville, Tennessee. Titled “Troublesome Hollow-Old School,” it is on the Fat Dog Records label. Troublesome Hollow will be joined for this concert by champion fiddler Kevin Jackson and Glen Harlow on mandolin and vocals on stage at the Carter Family Fold March 23rd. The great music and comedy of Troublesome Hollow, Randy, and Glen promises to make this concert an unforgettable evening of family fun. Audiences are thoroughly entertained at the group’s performances. For more information on the band, you can visit www.troublesomehollow.com or their page on Facebook.

Carter Family Memorial Music Center is a nonprofit, rural arts organization established to preserve traditional, acoustic mountain music. The center is a family-friendly, drug and alcohol free venue. In addition to the performance area, we also maintain the Carter Family Museum and the A.P. Carter birthplace cabin. Both are historic landmarks and are open from 6:00 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. and later at performance intermission on Saturdays. For more information on the center, go to our site on the internet –www.carterfamilyfold.org/. Partial program funding for shows at the Fold is provided by the Virginia Commission for the Arts, the National Endowment for the Arts, and by Virginia Tourism Corporation. To access recorded information on shows coming up at the Fold, call 276-386-6054. We can be found on Facebook – page Carter Fold – and Twitter – @carterfoldinfo. To speak to a Fold volunteer staff member, call 276-594-0676.