Dinner/Doors 5:30 // Show 7:00 PM
Introducing Soul Suppers, a new monthly concert series featuring Masters of American Roots Music. Our mission at The Front Porch is to bring people from all walks of life together through music. Soul Suppers is designed to help us do just that, through sharing meals and music with neighbors and new friends. Tickets are $25; dinner is included! A home-cooked, family-style supper is served at 5:30 pm and music starts at 7 pm.
Please support the spirit of this series by buying your tickets early! This helps us make sure we have enough food for everyone. We can guarantee dinner for all tickets purchased up to two days prior to the concert. We have a block of Pay What You Can tickets available that will be distributed on a first come, first served basis. Please reach out to us at firstname.lastname@example.org to secure a PWYC ticket if needed.
A native of Monroe, North Carolina, Terry Baucom has enjoyed a career in music that started in 1970 with Charlie Moore and continued over the years as a founding member of ground breaking bands like Boone Creek (with Ricky Skaggs and Jerry Douglas), Doyle Lawson & Quicksilver, IIIrd Tyme Out and more. Winner of the 2013 IBMA Recorded Event of the Year for “What’ll I Do”, Baucom currently tours with his own band, “Terry Baucom’s Dukes of Drive”. Last year’s single, “The Rock”, finished 2015 as Bluegrass radio’s most played song on the Bluegrass Today chart. The band’s current Top 10 single, “Around The Corner”, is receiving heavy national and international airplay. In 2008, Deering Banjos introduced the Terry Baucom Signature model banjo, while the Dunlop company also uses Baucom as an endorser, offering Terry Baucom custom sets of banjo strings. A testament to his influence is evident when you listen to countless younger generation banjo players who use Baucom signature licks and emulate his driving technique. In addition to playing on numerous recording sessions and producing instructional materials, Baucom teaches banjo, face to face – both privately and in camp and workshop settings.
The band consists of Joey Lemons from King, NC, on mandolin and vocals; Will Jones of Cana, VA, on guitar and vocals and Joe Hannabach of Pfafftown, NC on bass.