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Date: Thursday, June 10, 2021
Time: 7:00 p.m.
Location: Performance Theater, Birthplace of Country Music Museum
Limited in-person attendance, following health and safety guidelines.
Radio Bristol’s Farm and Fun Time hosts Rev. Peyton’s Big Damn Band and Caleb Caudle on Thursday, June 10, 2021 in the Performance Theater at the Birthplace of Country Music Museum. The show will also stream on Radio Bristol’s Facebook page and YouTube Channel.
Farm & Fun Time, the historic radio program broadcasting from Downtown Bristol, was a staple for listeners across the Southeast during the 1940s and 1950s on the former WCYB Radio. Radio Bristol breathes new life into the classic program with a fun, energetic show broadcasting live from the Birthplace of Country Music Museum. Hosted by Radio Bristol producer and house band-leader Kris Truelsen, Farm & Fun Time is an event the whole family can enjoy live, in the studio or when gathered around their radios.
ABOUT REV. PEYTON’S BIG DAMN BAND
The new album from Reverend Peyton’s Big Damn Band was written by candlelight and then recorded using the best technology available in the 1950s.
But listeners won’t find another album as relevant, electrifying and timely as Dance Songs for Hard Times. Released ib Thirty Tigers the album conveys the hopes and fears of pandemic living. Current BMA nominee, Rev. Peyton, is the Big Damn Band’s vocalist and world-class fingerstyle guitarist, he is joined by his wife Breezy Patton on washboard and Max Senteney on drums.
ABOUT CALEB CAUDLE
Caleb Caudle wanted an earthy, funky sound for his new album. He assembled several Grammy-winning musicians to chase it down in the Cash cabin, a small place with a big history.
He emerged from the shadows with Better Hurry Up, his eighth studio album. It’s 11 songs showcase Caudle’s vivid lyrics and foreboding vocals, as well as the work of an A-list cast of musicians. John Jackson of The Jayhawks produced, and guest vocalists include Courtney Marie Andrews, Elizabeth Cook, Gary Louris, and John Paul White.