See Buncombe Turnpike
In concert at the
Stecoah Valley Cultural Arts Center
Saturday, July 1, 2023, 7:30 pm
Buncombe Turnpike is one of the ten heritage musical groups performing in the Art Center's 24th edition of An Appalachian Evening concert series.
Tickets: Adults $18; Students/K-12 $10; plus tax. All concerts in the fully restored Lynn L. Shields Auditorium. Snacks and beverages available for purchase in the Schoolhouse Cafe beginning at 6 pm.
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Buncombe Turnpike is a long-time staple at Stecoah with a variety of heartfelt tunes ranging from traditional and contemporary bluegrass to gospel and handcrafted originals. With their crowd-pleasing demeanor, seasoned musicianship, and powerful vocals the band has made a name for themselves among traditional and contemporary listeners alike.
Tom Godleski (lead vocals & bass), Don Lewis (fiddle/mandolin), David Hyatt (guitar/mandolin), Korey Warren (guitar), and George Buckner (banjo). Godleski, founder of the twenty-year-old band, is also a poet and playwright. He and Hyatt are the main song writers of the group. Lewis is the son of famous Ralph Lewis of Monroe’s Bluegrass boys and has performed with Monroe and many other great musicians over the years including Ronnie Milsap and Roy Clark on Hee Haw. George Buckner known as one of the best Scruggs style players in our region, has played with Scruggs, opened for Bill Monroe, and even been cheered by Doc Watson.
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