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Singer Songwriter Series
Singer Songwriter Series

Wed, Mar 01


Building 2

Singer Songwriter Series

Time & Location

Mar 01, 2023, 7:00 PM – 9:00 PM

Building 2 , 192 Lorax Ln, Pittsboro, NC 27312, USA

About the event

Singer Songwriter Series 

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Jonathan Byrd:

Jonathan Byrd is a preacher’s kid, Gulf War veteran, and award-winning songwriter with a near-cult following. With twenty plus years of touring and over a dozen albums, Byrd’s deceptively simple, working-class songs have become campfire standards and crowd favorites for artists like Sam Bush and Tim O’Brien. A Jonathan Byrd show will take audiences on a journey from hell-raising sing-alongs to heart-wrenching ballads and back across the backroads of his native North Carolina.

A lifelong collaborator and innovator, Jonathan Byrd’s latest project is Song Miners, a project to not only write and release new songs, but also to teach others how it’s done. Leading powerful online songwriting workshops and creating free songwriting education for social media, Byrd seems on a mission to fill the world with great songs- not least, his own. Not to be missed.

Jason Kenny:

Jason Kenny, also known as Banjii, has accomplished a 17 year career as a working musician and artist, and is a proud father of two. Leaving his hometown in Dahlonega, GA, Banjii started an art and musical collective in the of Oakhurst, located in Decatur, GA, in 2018.. Banjii has released five full length albums, including "Turn This Sorrow Into Joy" which has collaborations from John Keane, Jonathan Byrd, and Amy Ray of the Indigo Girls. Banjii plays and teaches guitar, mandolin, piano, banjo, drums, voice, cello, violin, ukulele, and bass. Additionally, he works with his students on music theory.

Leah Calvert:

Leah Calvert is many things, among them a singer-songwriter and in-demand Atlanta area fiddler and vocalist. Over the years, she has shared the stage with award-winning artists including Amy Ray (Indigo Girls), Kristian Bush (Sugarland) and renowned songwriter Radney Foster. In addition to her work as a solo artist she is a member of Atlanta acts The Dappled Grays and John Driskell Hopkins Band (Grammy winner and founding/current member Zac Brown Band).

Calvert's work with The Dappled Grays has spanned over a decade. In 2012 they wrote and played music in the Clint Eastwood movie Trouble with the Curve and their album Doin' My Job received critical acclaim and heavy play on Sirius and XM.

With her new record Satellite, Calvert moves into uncharted territory, articulating a sound that is wholly her own.

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