This past weekend saw the return of the Born & Bred Concert Series to our home at The Robinson Grand Performing Arts Center. It was an incredible night of music and artistry that continues to shine a light on the amazing musicians that West Virginia continues to inspire to create high levels of art. Check out our pictorial review from the concert below. Thank you to our photographer TZM Photos for capturing these moments.
The show was kicked off throughout the theater by several artists. When concert goers came in they were greeted by the country stylings of A.M. Benson.
Meadow Run entertained the crowds as they found their seats. Their daughter was incorporated into their set and was a crowd favorite.
The Appalachian Horndawgs entertained people in The VIP lounge.
The show was kicked off by the host of the Born & Bred Concert Series, The Appalachian Soul Man – Aristotle Jones and his band.
Corduroy Brown took the stage with his energetic power pop rock and the crowd loved every minute of it.
What can we say about The Lords Of Lester? If you haven’t seen them live you are missing out on an amazing show. The story telling and musicianship are off the charts.
The evening was closed out by The John Inghram Band and they put on a show that left the crowd wanting more. So much so that they played an encore to the denizens of onlookers.
Some behind the scenes shots.