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Live Music: Hay Fever with Doug Wilcox

OUTDOOR CONCERT: Family-friendly, by the river


Hay Fever is a neo-traditional Appalachian band with a sound unique to itself. While leaning heavily on the flavors and traditional of the Old-Time fiddle music played in the hills of West Virginia, each member brings his or her own musical history to the band. When listening to Jim Morris (Guitar), Josh Haza (Mandolin) and Dakota Karper (Fiddle) it is no surprise to hear hints of the Beatles, Bluegrass or even Beethoven. Whatever the style being highlighted, Hay Fever is sure to deliver a musical experience with both finesse and the raw, breathing sounds of living music.



Over the course of his career, singer/songwriter Doug Alan Wilcox has traveled a road from solo acoustic artist through numerous electric bands of various stripes and back again, performing along the way at some of the country’s more notable venues as well as countless small cafes and concert spaces. Through the years he's honored to have shared a bill with acoustic music luminaries Pierce Pettis, Stacey Earle, L.J. Booth, Peter Mayer, and many more.

The sound is a singer/songwriter patchwork of of bluesy folk, and acoustic soul. The message speaks straight to the human condition.

Exercising talents that stretch beyond the realm of solo act, as a sideman, Doug's work on hand drums, harmonica and harmony vocals has supported numerous world-class performing singer/songwriters.

Intimate, thought-provoking and on occasion, wryly humorous, Wilcox delivers music that will stick in your head - as well as your heart.


$5 Cover Charge. Kids 12 and under, FREE

Earlier Event: August 12
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