Live Music at Muddy Creek Café
Over the past couple of years, The Muddy Creek Café in Bethania has been attracting musicians from Indie rock bands to folk singers. They typically perform on the porch there during the summer months. Owner Shana Whitehead says the popularity of these free casual evening concerts eventually meant having to turn folks away due to lack of space. Well, no longer. The historic Muddy Creek Café has now expanded to include the Muddy Creek Music Hall in the adjoining building.
In addition to the music, Muddy Creek Café and Music Hall offers the Art and Soul event, celebrating women in the arts is on June 28th. You’ll find lots of local art hanging in the café year round, and Art and Soul will bring the artists together to mingle with the public. The event ends with a performance in the Music Hall by the Indie duo the Von Strandts. Every Sunday at 11am you’ll find sound therapy offerings with crystal bowls and chimes, and starting this fall look out for the Muddy Creek Café and Music Hall brunch.
In today's show, Shana’s joined by lifelong musician Bill Heath, lead singer for the Muddy Creek Players and his band Billsfault, and we sample from their new album Present Elusive.