Our next show will be at the Museum of Commerce located in Historic Pensacola on Thursday, February 7, 2019. Doors open at 5:00 p.m. and the show starts promptly at 6:00 p.m. Our featured artists are The Arcadian Wild, The Mosleys, and My Girl the River.
Tickets are $10 per person and may be purchased online in advance until 2:00 p.m. on the day of the show. You will receive an email confirmation of your purchase and you simply check-in at the door under your name. Tickets may also be purchased at the door if seats are available. Seating is first-come first-served.
The Arcadian Wild began in the fall of 2013 when a few choir students from Lipscomb University in Nashville, TN met up after class to jam for the afternoon.
Five years later, the band now consists of guitarist Isaac Horn, mandolinist Lincoln Mick, and fiddler Paige Park.
With roots running deep in formal vocal music, and influenced by progressive bluegrass and folk artists, The Arcadian Wild explores a unique acoustic sound that is simultaneously unified and diverse, offering up songs of invitation; calls to come and see, to find refuge and rest, or to journey and wonder.
The band has a self-titled full length album and several singles available through their website and through iTunes and Spotify.
The Mosleys, married songwriting duo Rachel and Stephen Mosley arrived on the music scene after winning an open mic competition in Senoia, GA. The first prize was studio time. As a result, The Mosleys recorded their first EP at Zac Brown's Crow's Nest in Atlanta. They have since released a full length studio album, Ordinary Time.
They keep themselves busy playing festivals and concert stages throughout the region and raising their 5 children. The Mosleys have been featured on NPR's Folk Alley.
Created by Kris Wilkinson Hughes, My Girl The River was born out of a song. 'The Last Song' was the first song written for this Americana, alt-country, folk and roots project featuring Kris and English bassist Joe Hughes.
Their debut album, This Ain't No Fairy Tale, features RadioLive alum and gifted songwriter Jonathan Byrd and Mobile, AL native Will Kimbrough. Many of the duo's songs reflect Kris' upbringing in Louisiana, including stories of life after Hurricane Katrina.