7:30 pm - 8:30 pm
Ed Snodderly, a Southern music legend
“A one of a kind singer whose lyrics seemingly fall out, land square and stand ragged and true like the East Tennessee mountains they were born in, Ed Snodderly’s musical creativity drinks from an old well conjuring up a singular modern Appalachian style you won’t forget.”
The name Ed Snodderly is synonymous with the best Southern music and culture. If you saw the movie Oh, Brother Where Art Thou? you saw Ed as the village idiot whose fiddling took center stage. If you visited Nashville’s Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum, you read Ed’s song lyrics inscribed into the wall, chosen for their simple eloquence to embody that renowned institution. Born in East Tennessee, Ed is a musician, songwriter, actor and co/owner of one of the country’s longest running music venues, The Down Home located in Johnson City, Tennessee. In the 90’s his musical brilliance was feted in a duo with Eugene Wolf known as “The Brother Boys,” acknowledged critically for a decade with their now classic recordings on Sugar Hill. Ed will offer a free songwriting workshop and a concert in the evening. Visit here to reserve a seat for the concert.