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Arts & Entertainment

The band Porch 40 will bring its funky rock style of music to Concerts on the Creek this Friday, Aug. 15, at the Bridge Park in Sylva, N.C., from 7:30 to 9:30 p.m. Edgy, fresh, and outgoing, Porch 40’s music is hard to ignore.

Blending and bending genre after genre, their songs redefine the roots of modern music. They incorporate elements from the best of the old, such as Motown, Jazz, and Funk; while embellishing it with the best of the new; rock, progressive, indie, metal, hip hop, and electronic.


The Second Annual Historic Cowee School Celebration is planned for Saturday, Aug. 16, from 12 noon to 6 p.m. at the Historic Cowee School and Grounds, 51 Cowee School Drive, Franklin.

Bring the family and join a grand celebration of history and culture, live entertainment, shopping, a wide array of foods, and activities.

This event is free and parking is free at Cowee Baptist Church, with free shuttle service to the school.


Dailey & Vincent, an awardwinning bluegrass band with gospel, folk and country music influences, will make their third appearance at the Smoky Mountain Center for the Performing Arts on Friday, Aug. 15. The show will begin at 7:30 p.m. and tickets start at $20 each.

Jamie Dailey and Darrin Vincent are the front men of the group. Dailey plays guitar and bass and sings tenor and baritone lead and harmony vocals. He began his career as a member of the highly acclaimed band, Doyle Lawson & Quicksilver. He has recorded with such greats as Dolly Parton and Rhonda Vincent, and has appeared in five Gaither Homecoming DVDs. He was also a guest on Ricky Skaggs’ Grammy-winning “Brand New Strings” album.


Music with Marshall Ballew program will be presented on Thursday, Aug. 14, from 6:30 to 8 p.m. in the Meeting Room of the Macon County Public Library in Franklin.

Ballew will take his audience on a musical journey through 20th century Americana, showing how gospel gave rise to ragtime, jazz, and blues while ballads, old-time, and bluegrass grew in the mountains from the British folk canon brought over by Scotch - Irish immigrants.

Using a variety of traditional instruments, Ballew will illustrate how all these forms developed, mixed, and hybridized into rockabilly, rhythm & blues, and rock and roll.

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