Next Wednesday we welcome to Evergreen, progressive folk artists Harpeth Rising!

HARPETH RISING chose to name themselves after a river because water is both dynamic and powerful. These words also describe the music created by the three women – Jordana Greenberg (violin, vocals), Rebecca Reed-Lunn (banjo, vocals) and Maria Di Meglio (cello, vocals). Unapologetic genre-benders, they fuse Folk, Newgrass, Rock and Classical into a sound that is organically unique.

Hallmarks of their music include expansive three-part harmonies, consummate musicianship and a deft, yet soulful lyrical perspective. Harpeth Rising’s roots run deep – from their varied ancestry across Eastern Europe to the musical hotbed of the Mid-South they now call home, they weave together ancient and modern ideas, creating a sound that is both familiar and impossible to categorize.

“We don’t set out to create something different, we just write in a way that is true to ourselves while trying to always expand and explore the new influences in our lives.” says Greenberg. “We’re aware of genre divisions, we’re just not bound by them.” 

Opening the evening will be the Kort McCumber Duo. Arrive early to check out Kort and his sister, Beth Wilberger!

Remember, concerts will begin at 5:00, with the headline act's performance beginning at 7:00.

Once again, parking is scarce. VIP Parking is SOLD OUT for the remaining concerts! There are 160 parking spots at the Lake House and 50 of these are used for VIP Parking. The remaining free spots will fill up by 4:00. We will have shuttles from the Wulf Rec Center and from Christ the King Church. The shuttles run regularly and bring you right to the park gates. The shuttles run until 9:15 every concert. 

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