We had a busy December, culminating with our appearance at the LJVM Coliseum as part of the Winston-Salem Symphony/Fox 8 Holiday Concert, and our performance for the Shalom Project Holiday Dinner–where over 170 hot dinners were served and many toys were given out. Looking ahead, we are opening for the awesome Celtic Roots band Runa at Muddy Creek Music Hall on February 8, and there’s a possible appearance at The Blue Ridge Music Center later this spring. Don’t forget to check our FaceBook page https://www.facebook.com/DanRiverGirls/ for more up-to-the-minute announcements.
We are excited to be playing at the Dixie Classic Fair in Winston Salem, NC, for the first time. We’ll be at the Clocktower Stage at 2:30 on Saturday, October 1. After the show, stick around for the rides, games, racing pigs, giant pumpkins, cotton candy, kettle corn, and fried oreos!
Today is the fifth anniversary of Muddy Creek Cafe and Music Hall. We’re honored to be part of the celebration. Tonight at 6:00 we’ll be playing a few tunes with some other bands, and at 7:00 we’ll be recording an episode of Across the Blue Ridge with Paul Brown.
Apple Fest at Bethabara Park is Saturday, September 17. We’ll be playing at 12:00 and 3:00 at the Barn Stage. There will be all sorts of apple-related fun!
Don’t forget to check our FaceBook page for the most up-to-date information on our upcoming events! Coming up, we’ll be playing at 1:00 on Sunday, June 26, at the Millennium Center in downtown Winston Salem, as part of the NC Musicians United For Equality concert. There will be a lot of great bands, including two of our favorites–Laurelyn Dossett and Jeffrey Dean Foster. Hope to see you there!
Our show at Muddy Creek Music Hall is coming up! Music starts at 8:00 on Saturday, April 23. Get there early for dinner–the food is great. Tickets are $10 at the door. Hope to see you all there!
Muddy Creek Cafe and Music Hall, 5455 Bethania Rd, Winston-Salem, NC 27106
We are looking forward to our next few performances.
Look out for us on Friday, February 5, at the McGee Music Barn in King, NC. We’ll be performing with Mason Via, who is commanding attention with his powerful vocal styling and original songwriting. His music displays the best elements of old-time/bluegrass, R&B, funk and swing.
Showtime is 7:30pm. Adults $20, 15 and younger $10. Seating is limited and highly likely to sell out. RSVP to Rex McGee via messenger or firstname.lastname@example.org or call King Music Center 336 983-4951. Check out the link on our FaceBook page.
On Saturday, February 6, we’re playing for the Children’s Law Center fundraiser, Heart of the Community, at Temple Emanuel in Winston Salem.
On February 27, we’ll be at the Vienna Civic Club, and then on March 3 we’re at the Millennium Center in downtown Winston Salem. And looking ahead, don’t forget we’ll be back at The Muddy Creek Music Center on April 23!