January 31st, 2015
Featuring Becky Buller
Opening Butch Ross
February 28th, 2015
Featuring The VW Boys
Opening Kelli Johnson
March 28th, 2015
Featuring The New Coon Creek Girls
Opening Jeff & Marcy Paulson
Woodsongs Dalton. Music That Matters!
The Woodsongs Dalton Concert Series features great acoustic music with quality sound
in a warm and friendly environment. Stage 123 features a state of the art sound system and professional lighting
and is a great venue for both musician an audience alike.
The VW Boys
The VW Boys' show is a nice blend of magic, comedy and string music. The VW Boys believe that the best medicine for mankind is music and laughter... the VEW Boys supply plenty of both. Veterans of the entertainment world, the VW Boys put together a show that appeals to all age groups.
She's been often compared to Alison Krauss, but Kelli Johnson is defining her own style of music. Her angelic vocals range from soft and tender ballads to soulful rock anthems. Mix in the earthy and real songwriting style of her award winning original songs, and you've got a glimpse of this rising star.
New Coon Creek Girls
Back by popular demand, Pam Gadd on banjo and guitar, Wanda Barnett on guitar and fiddle, Vicki Simmons on bass and banjo, and Pam Perry Combs on mandolin and guitar. Though each of them have experienced their own success in music, they all hold their tenure with the New Coon Creek Girls as a highlight in their careers.
Jeff and Marcy Paulson
Marcy and Jeff started playing old-time music together several years ago, but took a long break from it while raising two young children. Now they are starting up again and having a lot of fun. They play in several different bands across the country. When Jeff and Marcy start picking, everybody stops to listen.
If you're a fan of acoustic music, particularly bluegrass, and you haven't heard of fiddler Becky Buller, there's a good chance you've heard some of her songs. Becky's compositions have been recorded by Ricky Skaggs, Rhonda Vincent, Doyle Lawson & Quicksilver, Josh Williams, and Russell Moore & IIIrd Tyme Out.
Typically the dulcimer is used for playing simple tunes and accompanying the voice which is probably why the one phrase you'll hear a lot at a Butch Ross concert is "I didn't know you could do THAT on a dulcimer!" Ross has energized the dulcimer with technical wizardry, inventive arrangements and a healthy dose of rock-n-roll attitude.
Past performers include: Dale Ann Bradley, Louisa Branscomb, New Coon Creek Girls, Special Consensus, Carrie Hassler, Earl Brackin, Claire Lynch Band, Natasha Borzilova, Spatial Effects, Nu-Blu, Kathy Reed, Gary Stanley, Donna Ulisse, and more.