This is a fundraiser event and donations for Jessica's music college fund are appreciated!
~ BYOB Drinks & munchies JAM SESSION at 4:00 pm
~ BBQ served at 5pm
~ Bluegrass show commences at 5:30 pm.
~ Outdoor and indoor accomodations for any weather.
~ Please bring your favorite covered dish or finger food to share.
Bluegrass Band Performers are: Jessica Whaley (fiddle), Shelby Phan (bass), Joe Cullison (dobro), Rowdy Hood (guitar), Sam Whaley (mandolin), and Stephen Grant (banjo).
Twin fiddle specials with Beth Hood Joining in!
~ Special invitational guest performers include Barry and Emma Darnell ~
Acoustic Productions is proud to present the 2010 World Picking Federation Star - Jessica Whaley, performing with the Juliette Junction Bluegrass Band at Joe Cullison's house in North Macon. The "Jessica Whaley and Friends" festivities will commence with a BYOB and appetizer jam session around the bonfire at 4pm. BBQ and fixin's will be served at 5pm. The bluegrass show will start at 5:30 and proceed until around 8pm.
Jessica is best known for her fiddling and vocals as a member of the local bluegrass band - Redline Express. She has a rich musical resume and has peformed on stage with many top nationally-acclaimed artists including, Jim Hurst, David Grier, Cadillac Sky, Orrin Starr, Robin Bullock, Steve Baughman, Stelling Nelson, and Stephen Bennett. Jessica began playing fiddle at age ten, playing first in The Old Cross Roads Band and later with the infamous Cow Tippers of Macon, GA. She is now a member of the Americana Group "Death Goat" which has performed at several major venues in Macon - specializing in cemeteries and weddings. In 2011, she received a music scholarship from Wesleyan College where she is now a music major studying voice and violin in her senior year.
Come join the fun. Bring a lawn chair, BYOB, and bring finger food or a covered dish. BBQ, soft drinks, chips, beans, and slaw will be provided. If it rains, we will just have the festivities inside - minus the bonfire!
Please RSVP by emailing or calling Joe Cullison: