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Restoration efforts recognized with Historic Preservation Awards


Efforts to revitalize several century-old downtown structures and residential properties within Bristol, Tennessee’s historic districts were recognized Thursday for their positive impact on the community.

Spearheaded by the City’s Department of Development Services and hosted by local businessman Joseph R. Gregory at the E.W. King building on Shelby Street, the 2nd annual Historic Preservation Awards program recognized property owners in five categories. Gregory received the prestigious Stewardship Award for his careful attention to detail in preserving the King building, now known as The Bristol Renaissance Center, and the adjacent Bristol Post Office and Custom House.

Built in 1899 by architect James Knox Taylor, the Bristol Post Office and Custom House at 620 Shelby Street features brick quoining, elaborate cut-stone cornices at the roof line, original cold-steel wrought iron pieces, and finely detailed leaded-glass windows. The building served as Bristol, Tennessee’s main postal facility until 1983 and was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1985. Gregory purchased it in 1999 and began restoration efforts, preserving the unique historic features while adapting the building for modern uses. Today it houses the Gregory family offices.

Next door, the 636 Shelby Street building inscribed with “E.W. King Co.” over the door now houses retail shops and professional space. When the 75,000 square-foot building originally opened a century ago, it was used by King to display merchandise and provide sample rooms for his nearby retail business. Gregory purchased the building in 2003 and took great care to preserve the unique exterior features, which include a recessed entrance to an arched vestibule and concrete wall buttresses with Gothic influences and arched inset panels.

The City-Wide Award was presented to local businessman J. Allen Hurley II for his work to restore City Centre, the 100 5th Street building that was the original site of the Bristol YMCA. Hurley purchased the building in 2011 and, after carefully cleaning and restoring the exterior features of the 1888 building, created modern office suites within the building to attract business to downtown Bristol.

Hurley also received the Downtown Historic District Award for restoration of the 620 State Street structure that originally served as the H.P. King Department Store. Built in 1898, the 43,000-square-foot building was a shopping mecca for generations of visitors who traveled to Bristol by train in days past. Hurley purchased it in 2011, then transformed it into a showplace through a $4.3 million renovation project. The building now has all the modern touches needed for the restaurant and event space within, but careful attention was taken to restore original touches like the 19-foot tin ceilings, original staircase, and building support timbers that were cut in Steele Creek Park and brought downtown by horse and buggy more than 100 years ago.

Phil and Nedra Hartley were presented with the Holston Avenue Historic District Award for their restoration of the Strauss/Hartley House at 700 Holston Avenue. Built in 1910 by Josef and Ester Strauss, the Victorian Queen Anne style home features a red brick exterior with a wrap-around porch, attic turret, and stained glass windows. Since purchasing the home in 1993, the Hartleys have worked closely with an architectural historian to choose appropriate colors for the exterior and install steel roofing that resembles the clay tiles originally used. Additionally, the Hartley took great care to construct an addition to the home and created a period-correct formal garden with a fountain, greenhouse, garden shed and brick pathway on an adjacent property.

The restoration of Lynwood Cottage, an American Arts & Crafts style home that originally served as a summer resort home, earned owner Christa McClellan the Fairmount Historic District Award. Built in 1917, the home at 312 Lynwood Street features the original cedar shake siding, large timber corbels, glass sleeping porch with pocket windows, and hand-blown glass windows. The original carriage house/potting shed still stands on the property, which also features antique flowering shrubs and old-growth trees.

Nominations were accepted from community members and organizations, and award winners were chosen by the Historic Preservation Award Committee. Committee members are Linda Kirk, Becky Wilkerson, Susan Tanner, Kelly Moran, Gray Stothart, Maggie Bishop, and Joel Staton.

For additional information on the Historic Preservation Awards, please contact City Planner Cherith Young at (423) 989-5500, ext. 2082, or cyoung@bristoltn.org.



Special Holiday Offer from Paramount Bristol and The Bristol Hotel

Book by November 30th and save 15% on accommodations this holiday season and you'll also receive 15% off dining at Vivian's Table, as well as $6 off each ticket for any of the shows below at Paramount Bristol:

11/29 — T’N’T Tour Featuring Tnsly Ellis and Tommy Castro & The Painkillers
12/1 — Mark O’Connor’s An Appalachian Christmas
12/7 — Robert Earl Keen — Countdown to Christmas
12/22 — The Wizards of Winter

For more information, visit www.bristolhotelva.com/offers.



River's Way: Walking Into Fall


This fall, River's Way is significantly increasing the number of students served in goal-based walking programs. We are running programs in more classes and schools in Bristol, building on pilot walking programs that we ran last spring. These walking programs vary from school to school, but they typically take place one day a week for eight weeks. We run walking programs with a variety of different classes and individuals of all abilities. We aim to build "communities of walkers" where individuals with differing abilities are able to contribute and make a positive difference in the overall health of our community.Walking participants include our Program Director, several "walking leaders" (young adults with differing abilities involved in our programming), students, teachers, and classroom assistants. We set goals, walk to the very best of our abilities, encourage each other, socialize, and have fun!

Walking Program Goals

  • To build goal setting and self regulation skills with young people with differing abilities and with students in PE classes
  • To promote walking as a means for our community to increase rates of physical activity among youth and adults of all abilities.
  • To insert young people with differing abilities into goal based walking programs where they have an opportunity to interact with students of all abilities, and where students of all abilities are able to benefit from the presence of young people with differing abilities.

River's Way is conducting walking programs at Vance Middle School, Virginia Middle School, the VMS After-School Academy, Tennessee High School, Virginia High School, Sullivan East High School, and Morrison School for the 2019/2020 school year. We plan to walk with over 600 students of all abilities this semester!

We just wrapped up our program at Vance Middle School last week. Our group of 23 students and 5 adults walked over 245 miles together in just 7 weeks! There are many success stories to share, and these will be highlighted in upcoming newsletters and our Facebook Pagetitled "Walking Spotlight".

The primary aim of these walking programs is to influence and improve the health, well-being and physical activity levels of our entire community, with students and young adults of differing abilities leading the charge. The physical inactivity level of adults age 18-64 in Sullivan county is 35%. This means a large percentage of adults get very little to no physical activity in our area. Walking is an extremely accessible physical activity, and people of all activity levels can start right away. You don't need to spend any money to walk, and there are great walking spots in and around Bristol. Follow us on Facebook for more walking updates, and as the fall weather approaches, get out and enjoy a walk around Bristol!



Downtown Bristol Events

Health Literacy Month

October 23 | Bristol Public Library


October is Health Literacy Month! We're celebrating by partnering up with the Bristol Public Library to present some awesome, FREE information to the community! Stop by between 10 a.m. and noon to join in on the fun! Freebies will be available!

Heavy Metal Show

October 23 | O'Mainnin's Pub


Heavy metal Show includes 4 bands sure to rock your head off: Make Contact, Killing Merci, Paradoxum, PaleBlood!

Plus it's $1.50 draft night!

Radio Bristol Book Club — A Walk in the Woods by Bill Bryson

October 24 | Birthplace of Country Music Museum


Tune in on the air, online, or through our free mobile app October 24 at 11am EST as the Radio Bristol Book Club explores the novel A Walk in the Woods: Rediscovering America on the Appalachian Trail by Bill Bryson.

Readers from Birthplace of Country Music Museum and the Bristol Public Library are coming together to explore books inspired by our region with this monthly program that airs on WBCM Radio Bristol.

Hosted by Bristol Public Library Executive Director Amy Kimani and museum Head Curator Dr. René Rodgers, the Radio Bristol Book Club airs monthly every 4th Thursday.

Book discussions will dig deep into the feelings and questions raised by each selection, learn more about the authors, and celebrate the joys of being a bookworm!

Listeners may tune in to Radio Bristol at 100.1 FM in the Bristol area, online at ListenRadioBristol.org, or download the free Radio Bristol mobile app.

Faherty Event at Wm. King

October 24 | Wm. King Clothiers


You are cordially invited...

Wm. King Clothiers is pleased to invite you to our Faherty event. By popular demand, we are having Mr. Chris Shelton, our Faherty representative, back to the haberdashery for another event! Come hang out with us and check out all of the vintage-inspired casual sportswear that is both rugged and refined.

Thursday, October 24th
Downtown Bristol
12:00 – 7:00 pm
Cocktails

The Great Pumpkin Canvas Class

October 24 | Kil'n Time Ceramics Studio


Join #KTCrewMember Susan on Thursday, October 24th to recreate #TheGreatPumpkin Painting for #CanvasClass! Cost is $35 per painter. Call or message us to reserve your seats.

The Diamonds

October 24 | Blackbird Bakery


From East Tennessee, The Diamonds play a diverse mix of music, specializing in jazz standards. The group performs at various venues and events throughout the region, including weddings, parties, and restaurants. They have also volunteered at many nursing homes, assisted living homes, and charitable organizations in the area.

Dan Deel

October 25 | Cascade Draft House


We are bringing back some great music with Dan Deel taking our stage! You are in for a treat.

Cleve Edwards

October 25 | Blackbird Bakery


An evening of Jazz, Blues and R&B featuring "Cleve Edwards Live at Blackbird Bakery", October 25th from 8:00pm to 10:00pm. We are sure you will enjoy this inspiring, life-long musician and accomplished artist!! Mr. Edwards' vocal talents are akin to Michael McDonald and Louis Armstrong...a deep, “bluesy”, soulful style of music. His repertoire is broad and ever changing, and believes no artist can ever “stand still” in his talents and to grow in music is to still have the passion for the artistry.
In the early 1970’s, Cleve performed with various well known artists, and opened for big name bands such as Bonnie Raitt, The Four Seasons, Ike and Tina Turner, Johnny Winter, and The Allman Brothers Band, just to name a few.

Cameron Rogers

October 25 | Quaker Steak and Lube


Come down and enjoy a solo set by Cameron Rogers here at The Lube!

Pumpkin Palooza and Downtown Trick or Treating

October 26 | Downtown Center


It's time for the Annual Pumpkin Palooza and Trick-or-Treating on State Street! On Saturday October 26, 9am to 12 noon, kids of all ages can come to the Farmers' Market at the Downtown Center, 810 State Street for a spooktacular event! Hosted by Bristol Tennessee Parks & Recreation Department and Believe in Bristol, there will be fun and games galore — children can decorate a pumpkin with a variety of fun craft materials. There will be treat bags for kids to take home (while supplies last), along with the pumpkin they decorated. The fun continues as downtown merchants are open for trick-or-treating at various shops along State Street from 10am until 12 noon, or until the candy runs out! It's fun for the whole family!

Community Day

October 26 | Birthplace of Country Music Museum


The Birthplace of Country Music Museum invites you to our FREE Community Day on Saturday, October 26, 10:00am—6:00pm. All day long you can visit the museum’s permanent exhibits and the current special exhibit, American Ballads: The Photographs of Marty Stuart, for FREE.

We will also be hosting a FREE Family Fun Day event at the museum from 12:00 to 2:00 pm, offering a variety of engaging and fun activities that all of the family will enjoy, such as storytelling, an “instrument petting zoo,” and crafts.

Both of these opportunities are the perfect partner to other Historic Downtown Bristol events on Saturday, October 26: Pumpkin Palooza and Downtown Trick or Treating from 9:00 am to 12:00 noon and 6th Street Comic Book Fest. Make a day of it!

Halloween Comic Fest

October 26 | Mountain Empire Comics


Bibbity, Boppity, Books!!!
Halloween Comic Fest will be happening at Mountain Empire Comics in Bristol on October 26th! There will be free comics, vendors, candy, costumes, food, and prizes all day!
This October marks 35 years of business for Mountain Empire Comics! We will be running sales till November the 1st to celebrate!

Kids' Karaoke

October 26 | Quaker Steak and Lube


Come hang out with us after the Downtown Bristol Trick-or-Treating Event on October 26th! We'll have Karaoke set up specifically for kids. All kids will receive a free cookie!

Maleficent Kids Canvas Class

October 26 | Kil'n Time Ceramics Studio


Join #KTCrewMember Victoria for our #KidsCanvasClass happening on October 26th! Starting at 12 Victoria will be teaching painters how to recreate the #Maleficent Painting! Cost is $20 per painter. Parents are welcome and encouraged to join! Call or message us to reserve your seats!

Bristol League of Gamers Halloween Extravaganza

October 26 | Bristol Public Library


Open gaming: Bring any games you want to play. You don't have to bring anything at all as we'll be bringing lots of different games to play from our collection. If you have any requests for any game you would like to play you can leave a comment and one of our members might be able to bring it if they have it. For this meetup we will also be doing a Halloween Costume Contest.

COSTUME CONTEST

  • The grand prize will be a mystery.
  • Costumes will be voted on by all members attending the meetup. Most Votes will win the grand prize.
  • Your costume does not have to be board game related.

Adults and teens only (13 or older). RSVP is required.

Donnie and the Dry Heavers / Doctor Ocular Halloween Bash!

October 26 | Bloom Cafe & Listening Room


Donnie and the Dry Heavers return to Bloom Cafe and Listening Room on their Shoestring Tour 2019, this time with their good friends Doctor Ocular! It's Halloween Bash time, so come in your best costume for a chance to win a $20 gift card to Bloom!

$2 Domestic drafts all night!

Chris Knight

October 26 | Paramount Bristol


For the past 20 years, Chris Knight has been making music his own way, flying under the mainstream radar, touring steadily, all while influencing a generation of young up and coming artists. Knight’s lyrics connect so intensely with his fans because he tells the real- life stories, often overlooked by mainstream music. His dedication to his craft has stood the test of time.

"Working in the best storytelling traditions of Mellencamp and Springsteen, Knight sings of dreams that will come true and some that won't and not only the dreams, but also the life that comes in between them." — USA Today

Pinion Pine

October 26 | Blackbird Bakery


Join us at Blackbird Bakery for music by Pinion Pine!

Matt Smile

October 26 | Quaker Steak and Lube


If you like to grin while listening to music, then Matt will make you Smile! Come hang out and listen to the cool array of songs Matt performs.

Super Affordable Art Auction for the Cure!

October 27 | State Street Brewing


Some of your favorite local artists have contributed work to help raise funds for Virginia Blue Ridge Affiliate of Susan G. Komen!

Pieces in this auction include paintings, prints, drawings, and even jewelry from artists working in a variety of styles so there's sure to be something for everybody! And this auction is truly for everybody — starting bids will be low and all proceeds will go toward the treatment and prevention of breast cancer in our region.

Come out, enjoy some delicious beer, some excellent art, and maybe some fun and games along the way!

*All payments for auction items or other donations should be by cash or check only. We cannot accept credit or debit card payments.

Artists who have pieces up for auction include:

Aria Asbury
Laken Bridges
Kyle Buckland
Brett Marcus Cook
Jennifer Counts-Buckland
Briana Morris Fillers
Richard Gibian
Richard Graves
Mimi Harris
Ashley Helbert
Elizabeth Hickman
Greg Howser
Sarah Nobles
Lori Rouse-Mann
Brian Serway
Eric Drummond Smith
Suzanne Stryk

and more!

Can’t make the auction but still want to make a difference? You can donate online here: www.komenvablueridge.org/BigWigCallie

Halloween Baking for Kids

October 29 | Mercantile on State


In this fun Halloween class for kids, we will be making adorable Halloween themed desserts! On the menu is:

  • Pumpkin Mummy Hand Pies
  • Monster Punch
  • Spooky Cinnamon Sugar Chips and Fruit "Salsa"

Your little chef will be able to go home and recreate these desserts just in time for trick-or-treating! Dress up in your costumes and join in at the Mercantile!

Community Notice Board

Holiday Booking special offer from Tri-Cities Escape Game

October 18 – November 30


We're now booking Christmas events! Whether you're part of a small office or a large corporation, the Tri-Cities Escape Game is an INCREDIBLY FUN and UNIQUE Christmas outing for everyone — even families!

Earn a $25 or $50 gift card!
And, because we know how much work it to arrange the office Christmas Party, we want to say "thank you" with a $50 gift card (valid on Fridays January 1 to November 30, 2020) to the individual who "organizes" an office Christmas event of 16 or more people! (If you're booking 8 to 16 people, never fear, we have a $25 gift card for you!)

Here's a few quick facts for you!

  • We can accommodate groups of all sizes! We host groups as small as 4 all the way up to more than 100 people.
  • Small Office Escapes:For the small office gathering, you might enjoy an escape and then dinner at any of our incredible restaurants and bakeries in downtown Bristol! We're happy to coordinate dinner arrangements with you. We do it all of the time!
  • Large Office Events:For large office gatherings, we work closely with Stateline Bar & Grille and other locations in Bristol to utilize their space for food and drink — while escapees make their way to us at an assigned time to try their hand at an ESCAPE! They then re-join the rest of the party for bragging rights! Many of our neighboring venuesdo not charge rental space as long as you are purchasing food of some sort. We're happy to help you coordinate details.
  • LARGE Group Discounts: For groups of 17 people or more, we offer large group discounts.

Also Coming Up

Health Literacy Month
October 23 | Bristol Public Library
Heavy Metal Show
October 23 | O'Mainnin's Pub
Radio Bristol Book Club — A Walk in the Woods by Bill Bryson
October 24 | Birthplace of Country Music Museum
Faherty Event at Wm. King
October 24 | Wm. King Clothiers
The Great Pumpkin Canvas Class
October 24 | Kil'n Time Ceramics Studio
The Diamonds
October 24 | Blackbird Bakery
Dan Deel
October 25 | Cascade Draft House
Cleve Edwards
October 25 | Blackbird Bakery
Cameron Rogers
October 25 | Quaker Steak and Lube
Pumpkin Palooza and Downtown Trick or Treating
October 26 | Downtown Center
Community Day
October 26 | Birthplace of Country Music Museum
Halloween Comic Fest
October 26 | Mountain Empire Comics
Kids' Karaoke
October 26 | Quaker Steak and Lube
Maleficent Kids Canvas Class
October 26 | Kil'n Time Ceramics Studio
Bristol League of Gamers Halloween Extravaganza
October 26 | Bristol Public Library
Donnie and the Dry Heavers / Doctor Ocular Halloween Bash!
October 26 | Bloom Cafe & Listening Room
Chris Knight
October 26 | Paramount Bristol
Pinion Pine
October 26 | Blackbird Bakery
Matt Smile
October 26 | Quaker Steak and Lube
Super Affordable Art Auction for the Cure!
October 27 | State Street Brewing
Halloween Baking for Kids
October 29 | Mercantile on State
Bingo
October 30 | Bristol Public Library
Real OG Halloween Dance Hooley with DJ B-Digital
October 31 – November 1 | O'Mainnin's Pub
Loose Leaves
October 31 | Lumac Rooftop Bar
First Fridays: Scavenger Hunt
November 1 | Downtown Bristol
Russian Ballet Theatre's Swan Lake
November 1 | Paramount Bristol
Halloween Party with DJ B-Digita
November 1 | State Line Bar & Grill
Digital Photography Class for Beginners
November 2 | Birthplace of Country Music Museum
Digital Photography Class For Beginners
November 2 | Birthplace of Country Music Museum
How To Workshop: Christmas Trees
November 2 | Kil'n Time Ceramics Studio
BPL Anime Theater: Barakamon
November 2 | Bristol Public Library
Bailey George and Jukebox Jess
November 2 | Cascade Draft House
Blue Mountain Saints
November 2 | Blackbird Bakery
Dirty Fuss
November 2 | O'Mainnin's Pub
State Street String Band
November 4 | Blackbird Bakery
Karla Bonoff with Nina Gerber
November 6 | Paramount Bristol
Ragged Sally
November 6 | O'Mainnin's Pub
JP Parsons
November 7 | Cascade Draft House
Shannon Miller Trio
November 7 | Blackbird Bakery
Matt Smile
November 7 | O'Mainnin's Pub
Lightnin' Charlie
November 8 | Delta Blues BBQ
Moscow Ballet's Great Russian Nutcracker
November 8 | Paramount Bristol
Honest Outlaws
November 8 | Cascade Draft House
Rylee Peters
November 8 | Blackbird Bakery
Bonne Finken and Derrick Ryan
November 8 | Bloom Cafe & Listening Room
VillaNova
November 8 | O'Mainnin's Pub
Veteran's Day Parade & Traditional Memorial Service
November 9 | Downtown Bristol
Bristol Community History Day
November 9
Symphony of the Mountains: The Magic of Strings | Strings and Things
November 9 | Paramount Bristol
This Perfect World, American Dropouts, and Black Star Sanctuary
November 9 | O'Mainnin's Pub
Featured Artist Meet & Greet:Lee and Dan Jenkins
November 11 | Blackbird Bakery
Farm & Fun Time ft. Lula Wiles and McKay & Leigh
November 14 | Birthplace of Country Music Museum
Fiddling Leona & J.P. Mathes II
November 14 | Cascade Draft House
The Diamonds
November 14 | Blackbird Bakery
Laura Thurston
November 14 | O'Mainnin's Pub
Theatre Bristol presents Into the Woods
November 15–24 | Paramount Bristol
Theatre Bristol Season Reveal Gala
November 15 | Paramount Bristol
Momma Molasses
November 15 | Blackbird Bakery
Basement Days
November 15 | Bloom Cafe & Listening Room
Another Restless Night: An Art Exhibition by Enoch Duncan
November 16 | Elderbrew
Dirt Road Rising
November 16 | Cascade Draft House
KT VanDyke
November 16 | Blackbird Bakery
Below 7
November 16 | O'Mainnin's Pub
Brunch w/ Mama Molasses
November 17 | Bloom Cafe & Listening Room
State Street String Band
November 18 | Blackbird Bakery
Ryan Ward
November 21 | Cascade Draft House
Matt Smile
November 21 | O'Mainnin's Pub
The Dusty Travelers
November 22 | Bloom Cafe & Listening Room
Osara
November 22 | O'Mainnin's Pub
Fused Glass Ornaments
November 23 | Kil'n Time Ceramics Studio
John Paul USA Tokyo Street Food
November 23 | Cascade Draft House
Front Country
November 23 | Birthplace of Country Music Museum
Mike Preslar
November 23 | Cascade Draft House
The Diamonds
November 23 | Blackbird Bakery
Daniel Byrd's Boogie Collective
November 23 | O'Mainnin's Pub
Downtown Bristol's Annual Christmas Open House
November 25 | Downtown Bristol
Anthony Mangrum
November 25 | Blackbird Bakery
Mick Kyte
November 26 | Cascade Draft House
Thanksgiving at Vivian's Table
November 28 | Bristol Hotel
JP Parsons
November 28 | O'Mainnin's Pub
Tinsley Ellis and Tommy Castro & the Painkillers
November 29 | Paramount Bristol
ShadeZ Of Grey
November 29 | O'Mainnin's Pub
Small Business Saturday
November 30 | Downtown Bristol
The Swing Band
November 30 | Blackbird Bakery
Demon Waffle w/ Regular Of The Obscene
November 30 | Bloom Cafe & Listening Room
Mark O'Connor's "An Appalachian Christmas"
December 1 | Paramount Bristol
Annual Community Christmas Tree Lighting
December 2 | Cumberland Square Park
State Street String Band
December 2 | Blackbird Bakery
Cookies with Santa
December 3 | Blackbird Bakery
Bristol Christmas Parade
December 5 | Downtown Bristol
Rebecca Lee Daniels
December 5 | Blackbird Bakery
Miracle on 34th Street
December 6–22 | Theatre Bristol
First Fridays: Art D'vine
December 6 | Downtown Bristol
Mike Farris Sings! – The Soul of Christmas
December 6 | Paramount Bristol
Momma Molasses
December 6 | Blackbird Bakery
Santa at The Center
December 7 | Downtown Center
Kevin Lorenz
December 7 | Blackbird Bakery
Robert Earl Keen: Countdown to Christmas
December 7 | Paramount Bristol
Featured Artist Meet & Greet:Kandee Wallace
December 10 | Blackbird Bakery
The Diamonds
December 12 | Blackbird Bakery
Bristol Ballet presents "The Nutcracker"
December 13–14 | Paramount Bristol
Rylee Peters
December 13 | Blackbird Bakery
Fused Glass Workshop
December 14 | Kil'n Time Ceramics Studio
Shannan Miller
December 14 | Blackbird Bakery
State Street String Band
December 16 | Blackbird Bakery
Journey's End
December 17 | Downtown Bristol
Cleve Edwards
December 18 | Blackbird Bakery
Wolf Hills Jazz Quartet
December 19 | Blackbird Bakery
Virginia West
December 21 | Blackbird Bakery
The Wizards of Winter
December 22 | Paramount Bristol
The Diamonds
December 26 | Blackbird Bakery
Anthony Mangrum
December 27 | Blackbird Bakery
Pinion Pine
December 28 | Blackbird Bakery
State Street String Band
December 30 | Blackbird Bakery
Free Screening: The First Rainbow Coalition
January 2 | Paramount Bristol
An Evening with Dailey & Vincent
January 3 | Paramount Bristol
The Black Jacket Symphony: Led Zeppelin
January 9–10 | Paramount Bristol
Henry Cho
January 17 | Paramount Bristol
Rebirth Brass Band
February 1 | Paramount Bristol
The Steeldrivers
February 6 | Paramount Bristol
Bill Engvall
February 9 | Paramount Bristol
The HillBenders: WhoGrass!
February 29 | Paramount Bristol
Triumphant Quartet
April 18 | Paramount Bristol

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