Caldwell Community College and Technical Institute’s J.E. Broyhill Civic Center will present the 18th Annual Caldwell Traditional Musicians Showcase on Saturday, Feb. 27 at 7:30 p.m.
This year’s showcase, titled “Cherish the Ladies,” will be hosted by local favorite Strictly Clean and Decent and will feature several local female performers and their supporting musicians.
Acts will include The Djangovers, a local gypsy jazz group featuring Lauren Hayworth on accordion, Kim France on bass, Justin Butler on guitar and Bobby Steadman on guitar; Acoustic duo Kathryn Waters and Kevin Smith; Alyssa McLean; American roots band Mama’s Remedy featuring Jill Benfield on guitar, Kurt Benfield on bass, Nathan Brown on guitar, Jaret Carter on guitar and Waylon Von Smith on drums; singer/songwriter Zoie Sain; Lynne Carter; violinist Molly Barrett; and vocalist Shelby Rae Moore with Brent and Chet Palmer, Rick Stapleton and Kurt Stracener. The Caldwell Arts Council’s Junior Appalachian Musicians also will make a cameo appearance. Nancy Posey will serve as the emcee for the evening.
Tickets for the show are $11 for adults and $5.50 for students and children. For more information or for tickets.