The Head of Sequatchie will be open October 27, 2011 from 9:00am till 8pm, CST. Please join us as we welcome Leonard and Gary Anderson for some old-time storytelling and string music.
Leonard Anderson, a lifelong resident of Jamestown, Tennessee has captivated audiences throughout Tennessee with hard-truth and derned funny adventures and original songs. Real witches and haints, coon hounds, discount stores, and flea markets figure into his own history book of life on the Cumberland Plateau.
Gary Anderson, brother to Leonard, performs heart-stopping flat-picked instrumentals and old-fashioned songs with guitar and banjo. During 30 years as a performer, he has opened for fiddler Vasser Clements, bluesman Taj Mahal, Confederate Railroad, and country star David Ball.
Food and drinks will be sold to benefit the Friends of the Cumberland Trail. Food will be ready at 4:30 pm with music beginning at 5:00 pm and lasting till 8:00 pm. Bring a lawn chair and have a seat by the fire and enjoy this cool autumn evening with some old time family fun. Guaranteed to make you laugh and have a good time.
For information, contact Ranger Anthony Jones, (931) 797-4129.
This program is supported, in part, by a grant from the National Endowment for the Arts.