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Derby Day party with the Black Mountain Bluegrass Boys

Derby Day party with the Black Mountain Bluegrass Boys

At the State Fair Grounds in the Underwood Youth Center, Fairlea, West Virginia Please join us for complimentary dinner and hors d’oeuvres Kentucky Derby will be viewed on several large screen TVs Live Music provided by: Richard Hefner and the Black Mountain Bluegrass Boys. Silent auction and the Most Spectacular Hat Contest Greenbrier Valley’s “Run […]

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Lewisburg First Friday after Five

Lewisburg First Friday after Five

Join us in Downtown Lewisburg for First Fridays after 5 Friday, May 1, 2015 Historic Downtown Lewisburg celebrates First Fridays after Five on Friday May 1! Join the fun in downtown Lewisburg… live music, art events and tasty treats… all free to the public. Everyone is welcome! Enjoy live music by The Jarmovers in the […]

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The Irish Pub presents Whiskey Wednesday with Allan Sizemore

The Irish Pub presents Whiskey Wednesday with Allan Sizemore

Allan Dale Sizemore has been writing songs for almost 30 years. At as early as 14 years old, he learned then that you only needed 3 chords to write a decent song, maybe less. Since then, he has gone on to write hundreds of songs, learned a few more chords (just in case), and spent […]

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Patrick O’Flaherty at the Irish Pub

Patrick O’Flaherty at the Irish Pub

Every Thursday from roughly 5 to 8 at the Irish Pub on Washington Street in the heart of historic downtown Lewisburg, enjoy traditional Celtic music by the Pub’s own resident musician, Patrick O’Flaherty. http://www.poflaherty.com/ Patrick O’Flaherty, a talented multi-instrumentalist, began playing the harmonica as a young boy in Connemara.  Raised in Galway’s Gaeltacht on the […]

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Square Dance at Carnegie Hall

Square Dance at Carnegie Hall

An old-fashioned square dance will be held on the stage on April 16th from 7-9PM with caller, Mike Costello and music by Farm Use Only. Cost of admission is only $5. Beginners are welcome! Carnegie square dances are held in September, November, February, April and June of each year, featuring musicians and callers from around the […]

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Little Sparrow at the Irish Pub

Little Sparrow at the Irish Pub

Join Little Sparrow for an evening of music at the Irish Pub on Washington Street. They’ll have their new CD “Bloom” with them. Little Sparrow is a vibrant, versatile vocal duo combining well-crafted original songs with dynamically arranged traditional material accompanied by guitar, acoustic bass and percussion with a cappella offerings as well. While deeply […]

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The Irish Pub on Washington Street

The Irish Pub on Washington Street

“One of the Top 100 Bars in the South”-Southern Living Magazine.
The Irish Pub on Washington Street, or “The Pub,” as it’s know to locals, opened in Nov. 2006 and since then it has become an integral part of the community. As well as being a music venue and a bar, it is a community gathering place for myriad events ranging from benefits and fundraisers to Mardi Gras parties, wedding receptions (and even a wedding, once) to Pub Quiz Trivia night, or just a nice place to go of an evening for friendly faces and a warm, welcoming atmosphere.

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Carnegie Hall English & Scottish Country Dancing Class, session 2

Carnegie Hall English & Scottish Country Dancing Class, session 2

Instructor: Ross Weisiger Session 2: Friday morning, February 27, March 6, 13, 20, April 10, 17, from 10am-12noon Class size: min 8; max 20 Cost: members $35; non-members $40 Ages: 16 and older Learn the basic steps and figures for English and Scottish country set dancing. Ross will teach a wide repertoire of beginning dances. […]

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The Irish Pub presents The Poor Clares

The Irish Pub presents The Poor Clares

The Poor Clares are reuniting once again in Lewisburg for one night only. Tickets are now on sale for $12 and are limited so make sure to purchase your tickets now at The Irish Pub. “With her nightingale voice, McGovern and her band explore the melancholy and exuberance of Irish Folk music.” (Lagniappe/Times-Picayune, May 5, […]

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Lewisburg First Friday After Five

Lewisburg First Friday After Five

Join us in Downtown Lewisburg for First Fridays after 5 On Friday, April 3rd, 2015 Historic Downtown Lewisburg celebrates First Fridays after Five on Friday, April 3rd!Join the fun in downtown Lewisburg … live music, art events and tasty treats …. all free to the public. Everyone is welcome! Sunflower Soul re-opens after a long […]

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Carnegie Hall English & Scottish Country Dancing Class, session 1

Carnegie Hall English & Scottish Country Dancing Class, session 1

Instructor: Ross Weisiger Session 1: Thursday evenings, February 26, March 5, 12, 19, April 2, 9, from 6:30-8:30pm Class size: min 8; max 20 Cost: members $35; non-members $40 Ages: 16 and older Learn the basic steps and figures for English and Scottish country set dancing. Ross will teach a wide repertoire of beginning dances. […]

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Floyd Radio Show from Carnegie Hall

Floyd Radio Show from Carnegie Hall

From Floyd, Virginia, hosts Anna Roberts-Gevalt and Elizabeth LaPrelle bring together a new variety show every month. They write and perform original radio plays, comedy bits, ads, jingles, music and more. Each show features three of the area’s finest old-timey musical acts, from storytelling banjo players to flatpicking guitarists to hard-driving stringbands.

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The Celtic Tenors at Carnegie Hall

The Celtic Tenors at Carnegie Hall

With a polished international reputation and just over a million album sales under their belts, The Celtic Tenors offer something truly unique. The skill, range and ability of world-class tenors combined with the personality and fun of genuine performers. Boasting the talents of Matthew Gilsenan, Niall Morris, and James Nelson, the Celtic Tenors, younger and […]

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Carnegie Hall Beginning Clawhammer Banjo Class, session 2

Carnegie Hall Beginning Clawhammer Banjo Class, session 2

 Instructor: Fred Prichard Session 2:  Thursdays, March 5, 12, 19, 26, from 5:15-6:15pm Class size: min 4; max 8 Cost: members $60; non-members $70 Ages: 10 and older Learn to play the 5-string banjo in the clawhammer style. Fred Prichard will show you how easy it is to play the banjo. You will learn how […]

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Carnegie Hall Beginning Mandolin Class, session 2

Carnegie Hall Beginning Mandolin Class, session 2

Instructor: Fred Prichard Session 2: Thursdays, March 5, 12, 19, 26, from 4-5pm Class size: min 4; max 8 Cost: members $60; non-members $70 Ages: 10 and older Learn to play the mandolin – a small sweet-sounding instrument. Fred Prichard will show you how easy it is to play the mandolin. You will learn how […]

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Carnegie Hall English & Scottish Country Dancing Class, session 2

Carnegie Hall English & Scottish Country Dancing Class, session 2

Instructor: Ross Weisiger Session 2: Friday morning, February 27, March 6, 13, 20, April 10, 17, from 10am-12noon Class size: min 8; max 20 Cost: members $35; non-members $40 Ages: 16 and older Learn the basic steps and figures for English and Scottish country set dancing. Ross will teach a wide repertoire of beginning dances. […]

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Carnegie Hall English & Scottish Country Dancing Class, session 1

Carnegie Hall English & Scottish Country Dancing Class, session 1

Instructor: Ross Weisiger Session 1: Thursday evenings, February 26, March 5, 12, 19, April 2, 9, from 6:30-8:30pm Class size: min 8; max 20 Cost: members $35; non-members $40 Ages: 16 and older Learn the basic steps and figures for English and Scottish country set dancing. Ross will teach a wide repertoire of beginning dances. […]

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Allan Dale Sizemore at the Irish Pub

Allan Dale Sizemore at the Irish Pub

Allan Dale Sizemore has been writing songs for almost 30 years. At as early as 14 years old, he learned then that you only needed 3 chords to write a decent song, maybe less. Since then, he has gone on to write hundreds of songs, learned a few more chords (just in case), and spent […]

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First Friday After Five

First Friday After Five

First Fridays after 5 in Downtown Lewisburg Is Back! Friday, February 6, 2015   Historic Downtown Lewisburg celebrates First Fridays after Five on Friday, February 6th!Join the fun in downtown Lewisburg … live music, art events and tasty treats …. all free to the public. Everyone is welcome! Edith’s kicks off February with a Winter […]

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Carnegie Hall Beginning Clawhammer Banjo Class, session 1

Carnegie Hall Beginning Clawhammer Banjo Class, session 1

Instructor: Fred Prichard Session 1: Thursdays, February 5, 12, 19, 26, from 5:15-6:15pm Class size: min 4; max 8 Cost: members $60; non-members $70 Ages: 10 and older Learn to play the 5-string banjo in the clawhammer style. Fred Prichard will show you how easy it is to play the banjo. You will learn how […]

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Carnegie Hall Beginning Mandolin Class, session 1

Carnegie Hall Beginning Mandolin Class, session 1

Instructor: Fred Prichard Session 1: Thursdays, February 5, 12, 19, 26, from 4-5pm Class size: min 4; max 8 Cost: members $60; non-members $70 Ages: 10 and older Learn to play the mandolin – a small sweet-sounding instrument. Fred Prichard will show you how easy it is to play the mandolin. You will learn how […]

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Greenbrier Valley Winter Music Festival

Greenbrier Valley Winter Music Festival

Over 25 acts performing in 7 venues on 9 stages the last Saturday in January. This Festival brings us, as musicians and music fans, together as a community to celebrate that community, to create an emergency fund to assist musicians in time of dire need, and to have a great time doing it! Bands playing […]

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Michael & Carrie Kline at the opening reception for Carnegie Hall’s ‘Coalfields & Molassas Making’ exhibit

Michael & Carrie Kline at the opening reception for Carnegie Hall’s ‘Coalfields & Molassas Making’ exhibit

Join Michael and Carrie Kline for an evening of coal mining songs, as they weave West Virginia stories and folklore with spine-tingling harmonies on voice and guitar.

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Black Mountain Bluegrass Boys at the Sweet Shoppe

Black Mountain Bluegrass Boys at the Sweet Shoppe

Join Richard Hefner and the Black Mountain Bluegrass Boys for their monthly gig at the Sweet Shoppe in downtown Lewisburg. The Black Mountain Bluegrass Boys are among West Virginia’s longest-running bluegrass bands. The group first organized in 1968 around the foursome of Richard Hefner (banjo/tenor vocal), his brother Bill Hefner (guitar/mandolin/baritone vocal), their late uncle […]

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Kathy Mattea at Carnegie Hall

Kathy Mattea at Carnegie Hall

APPALACHIAN: of a wild and beautiful mountain land, a genre of distinctly American music, and for many, the deep roots of family. For Kathy Mattea, it also represents an essential piece of her musical education and heritage. Known for such classic country hits as “Eighteen Wheels and A Dozen Roses,” Grammy Award-winner and Charleston, West […]

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Black Mountain Bluegrass Boys at the Sweet Shoppe

Black Mountain Bluegrass Boys at the Sweet Shoppe

Join Richard Hefner and the Black Mountain Bluegrass Boys for their monthly gig at the Sweet Shoppe in downtown Lewisburg. The Black Mountain Bluegrass Boys are among West Virginia’s longest-running bluegrass bands. The group first organized in 1968 around the foursome of Richard Hefner (banjo/tenor vocal), his brother Bill Hefner (guitar/mandolin/baritone vocal), their late uncle […]

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Square Dance at Carnegie Hall

Square Dance at Carnegie Hall

Come join in the fun of an old-time square dance! The Allegheny Hellbenders play for veteran caller Lou Maiuri. Beginners Welcome! $5 at the door.

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Lewisburg First Friday After Five

Lewisburg First Friday After Five

Celebrate First Fridays after 5 in Downtown Lewisburg! Friday, November 7, 2014 Historic Downtown Lewisburg celebrates First Fridays after Five on Friday, November 7th! Join the fun in downtown Lewisburg … live music, art events and tasty treats …. all free to the public. Everyone is welcome! Events incorporating traditional music include: The Great Potato […]

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Bill Hefner, John Wyatt, & Rhonda Williams at Lewisburg Methodist

Bill Hefner, John Wyatt, & Rhonda Williams at Lewisburg Methodist

November 6th, 11 a.m. Bill Hefner, Rhonda Williams, and John Wyatt perform at the Shepherd Center of the Greenbrier Valley in Lewisburg. The Shepherd’s Center’s mission is to empower older adults to use their wisdom and skills for the good of their communities. 214 E Washington St Lewisburg, West Virginia 24901 (304) 645-4196 http://shepherdcentergbv.org/

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Black Mountain Bluegrass Boys @ the Sweet Shoppe

Black Mountain Bluegrass Boys @ the Sweet Shoppe

Join Richard Hefner and the Black Mountain Bluegrass Boys for their monthly evening of hard-driving bluegrass at the Sweet Shoppe in downtown Lewisburg.

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Carnegie Hall presents Doug Seegers

Carnegie Hall presents Doug Seegers

When I first heard Doug Seegers’ voice, so full of soul and raw emotion, I was stunned. This man has lived these songs, not in his imagination but every long day over many hard years. He stands before you now – ready to testify. Listen and believe.” – Emmylou Harris

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Taste of Our Towns (TOOT) Festival

Taste of Our Towns (TOOT) Festival

The 30th annual Taste of Our Towns festival will take place Saturday, October 11, 2014 from 11 am until 3 pm. Literally thousands of residents and visitors from across the region converge to gather on the streets of historic downtown Lewisburg to sample delicacies from local restaurants, civic clubs and organizations. Yearly favorites such as […]

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Carrie Rodriguez & Luke Jacobs at Carnegie Hall

Carrie Rodriguez & Luke Jacobs at Carnegie Hall

Carrie Rodriguez came to attention a decade ago performing with singer-songwriter Chip Taylor. The Texas-born classically trained violinist/singer-songwriter delivers everything from dissonant rock fiddle solos to heartfelt ballads.

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Dailey & Vincent at Carnegie Hall

Dailey & Vincent at Carnegie Hall

Dailey & Vincent is one of the top Bluegrass bands in America. The concoction of their fantastically powerful vocal blends, 4 award-winning studio albums, and heavy touring schedules has gained them well-deserved attention from bluegrass, country, and gospel critics and fans alike.

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Eco-Fest hosted by The Spring

Eco-Fest hosted by The Spring

Saturday, Sept. 20th – ECO-FEST at The Spring: You are invited to join Greenbrier County’s first environmental community event to raise awareness about Dominion Resources’ proposed fracked gas pipeline through the Monongahela National Forest. Four band musical lineup!

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Square Dance at Carnegie Hall

Square Dance at Carnegie Hall

An old-fashioned square dance will be held on the stage with Old Man Kelly & The Little Stony Nighthawks, featuring fiddler Steve Kruger.

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Carnegie Hall

Carnegie Hall

Built in 1902, Carnegie Hall was incorporated in 1983 as a regional not-for-profit arts and education center. Today, the cultural center annually serves more than 75,000 patrons with live performances by outstanding companies and artists from around the world, award-winning arts in education programming, classes and workshops, fine art exhibits, an independent film series and more!

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Little Sparrow at Hill and Holler

Little Sparrow at Hill and Holler

Little Sparrow is at Hill and Holler on Saturday August 27 at 7 pm. Little Sparrow is a vibrant, versatile vocal duo combining well-crafted original songs with dynamically arranged traditional material accompanied by guitar, acoustic bass and percussion with a cappella offerings as well. While deeply rooted in hearth and home of southern West Virginia, […]

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