Last week we were coming down off of the high of another fantastic Born & Bred Concert Series and we want to share the photo album of that show with you. Thanks to our photographer TZM Photo for capturing these shots.

Whether it was being greeted in the lobby by Truman England JR., the VIP Lounge with Andy Tuck or in the concert hall as Kelsey Jeffries warmed up the crowd, the tone for the evening was set from the time you walked through the double glass doors of The Robinson Grand Performing Arts Center.

The show was kicked off by host Appalachian Soul Man Aristotle Jones and his band with a surprise guest appearance from The RG’s very open Jason Young on Jones’ original song West Virginia Hills.

The show rolled right along with the bluegrass folk stylings of Chris Haddox.

Taylor County’s own country group Taylor Made brought the house down with their uptempo set.

The night was capped off with the jazzy and sultry performance of A Tale Of Two. Stephanie Adlington and Aaron Lessard filled the auditorium with their jazzicana storytelling.

Before the show began the bands were gathered in the back and a spontaneous performance of Country Roads was shared by members of each band and the crew.

Be sure to get your tickets for the next Born & Bred Concert Series happening January 20th at The Robinson Grand.

Born & Bred Co-Founder Brendan Gallagher talks about the series and magazine.
The bands joined host Aristotle Jones to close out the evening.