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Red Clay Revival with J.J. Hipps & the Hideaway – The Whole Bloomin’ After Party – The Lineside
May 13 @ 6:00 pm - 11:00 pm$5
The Whole Bloomin’ After Party – Presented by Frog Level Brewing Co. & Adamas Entertainment
FEATURING: Red Clay Revival & J.J. Hipps & the Hideaway
DATE: Saturday, May 13, 2023
WHERE: The Lineside @ Frog Level Brewing Co. (our new multi-use space next-door to the taproom)
COVER: $5.00 – paid at door
About the Event
Join us after The Whole Bloomin’ Thing Spring Festival as we continue the days celebrations! We’re excited to be partnering up with Adamas Entertainment to bring you the first Whole Bloomin’ After Party, featuring performances from Asheville legends Red Clay Revival, and a local favorites J.J. Hipps & the Hideaway.
Red Clay Revival
Born in the soul-basted countryside of Alabama, and brought to the heart of the Blue Ridge mountains to marinade and mature, Red Clay Revival delivers an experience that reshapes the parameters of “roots music” as its known. Songsmith extraordinaire, Doug McElvy, lays a solid foundation at the epicenter of Red Clay’s musical magnitude. McElvy’s skillful, heart-driven compositions are orbited by the most notable and virtuosic musicians in the industry today.
For the 2012 full-length debut, “Barefoot,” McElvy teams with resophonic guitar guru, Billy Cardine, as creative consultant and co-producer. The album features collaborations with decorated pros, such as; Keller Williams, Larry and Jenny Keel, and Tim Carbone of Rail Road Earth. “Barefoot” received stellar reviews and accolades from industry peers, and listeners alike. The title track earned a spot on Relix Magazine’s widely distributed July-August 2012 compilation disc.
For the 2014 EP, “Chilly,” McElvy and Cardine again pair in production, recruiting the talents of world class violinist, Casey Driessen, and beat master Jeff Sipe for backing elements. “Chilly” delivers nothing short of pure musical gold. Red Clay Revival’s powerful live performance harnesses an energy that electrifies any room, leaving audiences with an embedded musical experience.
J.J. Hipps & the Hideaway
What he found when he went looking was Otis Rush, Muddy Waters, Howlin’ Wolf, and the Three Kings, Freddie, Albert, and B.B., many gone long before Jacob Johnson Hipps picked up a guitar. Their music lives on in the set list of J.J. Hipps and The Hideaway, The Blues at their most pure, most honored, most revered played by a self taught steward of cultural history, an old soul born to find his way to strings…