What do you get when you mix three part harmonies, award winning blue grass musicians and 5 guys that share a love and deep respect for Southern Rock and Country music? The answer is, “DarkWater Redemption.”
DWR is an original and cover band that combines sounds other bands can’t duplicate.
It’s rare to see a Dobro, Banjo, and Mandolin nestled in the instument rack on stage along side the electric bass, electric guitar and a full drum kit but the ability to combine these intruments is both powerful and unique.
DarkWater Redemption plays a wide variety of favorties. Their arsenal of music spans from Modern Country to 90’s Country to Classic Country, Rock and Bluegrass.
Crowds are left shaking their heads in amazement at the level of talent these young musicians exhibit while playing your favorite tunes. DWR has played from Nashville, TN to Martha’s Vineyard,MA to Zac Brown’s “Southern Ground Social Club” in Senioa, GA.
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Be the Moon
Pulling from a wide variety of musical genres, be the moon writes Americana/Folk-Rock that brings to mind Tom Petty, Wilco, John Prine, and Ryan Adams.
Band Memebers: Elliott Humphries, Adam Shaw, Freddie Alderman, and Steven Bristow.
Back Porch Orchestra is a high energy band that plays music that soothes the soul and moves the body. A staple on the Triad club scene, Back Porch has played corporate events, weddings, and club gigs for the last 6 years. They have been featured on WFMY news 2 in Greensboro, NC on two different occasions as well as playing Fun 4th in downtown Greensboro. With influences ranging from Americana, Country, Rock, and Blues, they can please a crowd of all ages. The band can shape a show with a variety of line-ups. When an intimate set is required BPO can be a trio providing light music for diner or cocktail hour and then turn into a full band for receptions. The band tries for hard to make each event special. If you want to make your event or special day a memory that will last forever please contact Back Porch Orchestra.
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