When: Sunday, August 11, 2019 @ 7:30 pm
Where: Chappaquiddick Community Center
Why: a) Because He’s Here!! b) Because he’s Good!
For: Donation $20 pp / $15 student (to benefit Artist)
Nashville-based guitarist songwriter Jordan Tice is being recognized as one of the most exciting young artists on the American roots music scene today. Having worked with legendary performers including Dave Rawlings, banjo virtuoso Tony Trischka, folk-rocker Michelle Shocked, and musician-comedian Steve Martin, his four solo albums of original music have garnered wide critical acclaim. His latest release, Horse County, features solid singing and songwriting in addition to his established instrumental guitar-picking skills with a sound reminiscent of the music of Roger Miller, John Hartford, and Norman Blake. In addition to his solo work and sideman gigs, Jordan is also a member of the esteemed instrumental supergroup, Hawktail, featuring members of Punch Brothers, Crooked Still, and The Deadly Gentlemen. He has toured the US, Europe, and Australia and has been featured on ‘Live from Here’ (formerly ‘Prairie Home Companion’) as well as at many festivals and bluegrass gatherings.