Erynn Marshall & Carl Jones – Friday, Oct 23

Carl and Erynn back bridge 2015 lr Jackson & Moser photography copy
Friday October 23rd
Location: The Whirlybird
Concert: 8 pm. Doors open at 7:00pm. Seating limited! You can purchase tickets in advance by visiting: Click here for Eventbrite

Info: email Jim at: thewhirlybird@gmail.com • (337) 290-1601
Admission: $10 general. Directions provided after you buy your tickets via Eventbrite.

Optional: bring a snack to share. BYOB.
Where: Secret location in Southwest Louisiana – approximately 20 minutes from Lafayette.

Erynn Marshall and Carl Jones (Kelli Jones-Savoy’s dad 🙂 are old-time musicians and inspired tunesmiths who live in Galax, Virginia. They are married – in life and music. Southern song-duets and powerful fiddle, guitar, mandolin, banjo tunes comprise their diverse sets. They play with ease, spontaneity and vitality. While rooted in the traditional sounds of older players, this duo stays true to their own muse by composing new, tradition-rooted music. Carl and Erynn’s original tunes and songs are played by many musicians play around the world and Carl’s song, Last Time on the Road was featured on the grammy-award winning album “Unleashed” by the Nashville Bluegrass Band. Instrumentally, Marshall and Jones have won many awards for their playing including Erynn’s 1st place fiddle win at Clifftop and Carl’s 3rd place fingerpicking-guitar win at Winfield – both premier festivals in the United States. In the last year Marshall and Jones performed in 25 states, Canada, England, Wales, Ireland and Scotland. In 2015 they released a duet CD called Sweet memories… never leave. For more information on these traditional artists please visit www.dittyville.com

Video Links:

http://tinyurl.com/pkloqto
Erynn and Carl play Maple on the Hill and the Lohman Waltz at a house concert in Colorado.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6AdSySvF2Lo
Erynn, Carl and friends play Brushy Fork of John’s Creek in the Clifftop band finals

http://tinyurl.com/odws62x
Erynn is interviewed by Virginia Voices at the Galax Old Fiddlers Convention