Genre-hopping multi-instrumentalist Keller Williams' Keller In The Caverns event will return for its second year on August 28 and 29. The unique music experience takes place in the spectacular underground setting of The Caverns, a subterranean concert hall located in a cave below the Cumberland Plateau in Pelham, TN.
Shooter Jennings and Watkins Family Hour Added to the March 28 PBS TV Taping of Bluegrass Underground
Shooter Jennings and Watkins Family Hour join The Milk Carton Kids and Sam Lewis for the Saturday, March 28 PBS TV Taping of Bluegrass Underground. Tickets available now!
This event is a rare opportunity to see brother sister duo, Sean and Sara Watkins, as Watkins Family Hour, a project they started in 2002 in Los Angeles to try out some original songs and a few covers that wouldn’t work in Nickel Creek.
Dark Star Orchestra announces the dates for their Spring Tour hitting numerous markets in the Southeast. Performing a handful of new venues, DSO will debut at The Caverns in Pelham, TN and scored an upgrade in Atlanta with their authentic Grateful Dead show entertaining thousands at The Tabernacle.
Dynamic progressive-rock and electro-synth quintet Papadosio are proud to announce the debut of their new music video “Catalyst”. The single was performed for the first time at the iconic underground cave-accessed attraction The Caverns where the video was recorded in high definition using a five-angle multicam. In celebration of the release of “Catalyst,” Papadosio will kick off their fall tour later this week. A full list of tour dates is available below.
Two of the best voices in bluegrass music today will be down in The Caverns this weekend. On Saturday, June 29, we proudly host International Bluegrass Music Association (IBMA) award winners Danny Paisley and Becky Buller. It's an early show that starts at 1p CT, so bring the whole family for an afternoon of bluegrass underground.
The PBS string sensation, Annie Moses Band, re-imagines the Christmas season with stunning arrangements of beloved carols. Classical finesse and fast-paced fiddling fuse in a concert that bridges the gap between the halls of Juilliard and the American heartland. Beautiful original songs (“When The Christmas Baby Cries”) join eternal melodies (“O Holy Night," “Carol of the Bells”) in an Christmas experience that is virtuosic, deeply reverent, and unforgettable.