Weekend Music Line Up at Boyd’s Jig and Reel

Weekend Music

All shows are 21+. Shows begin at 9 PM, unless otherwise stated. No cover.

Blind House

February 24

Blind House is an indie folk band from Knoxville, Tennessee. They play a mix of traditional bluegrass, old-time music, indie rock, originals, covers, and more. They cover songs by Radiohead, Jason Isbell, Fleet Foxes, Hozier, Punch Brothers, Alabama Shakes, Tyler Childers, and classic country music. Blind House brings energy and variety to every show.

Caleb Caudle

MARCH 1

Caleb Caudle’s music reflects his deep connection to home, nature, and personal experiences in North Carolina. His new album Forsythia was recorded at Cash Cabin in Tennessee and produced by John Carter Cash, featuring collaborations with renowned musicians like Jerry Douglas, Elizabeth Cook, Carlene Carter, and Sam Bush. It blends reflective, acoustic tracks with rock-infused songs, showcasing Caudle’s versatile musical style. The album’s themes are rooted in personal stories and locations, referencing individuals in his life and nostalgic memories of his upbringing. He aimed to create a musical blend that transcends genres, drawing inspiration from diverse influences like gospel, folk, country, and blues.

Fiddling Leona

MARCH 2

Fiddling Leona is a multi-talented international TV personality, performer, and classical violinist from Tokyo, Japan, currently residing in the Appalachian mountains of East Tennessee. From a young age, she developed a passion for American roots music, leading her to pursue her dream of becoming a renowned entertainer and fiddler in the United States. With a degree in education and credentials in Bluegrass and Country Music, she has toured extensively, performing alongside notable artists and appearing at prestigious events such as the South by Southwest Festival and the National Cherry Blossom Festival. Leona has released three successful solo albums, gaining recognition in both the US and Japan. Her latest venture involves being a featured cast member on the Netflix original series “Swap Shop,” where she explores the mountains of East Tennessee in search of antique Americana items.

MIKE MCGILL AND THE REFILLS

March 8

Mike has roots in honky-tonk, and rock and roll. By age 12, Mike McGill was on stage in front of big audiences. He grew up singing old-time gospel songs and old-school, classic country, and bluegrass. He was influenced by Hank Williams, Bill Monroe, and Willie Nelson to harness his musical prowess.

MAL NOMBRE

March 9

Mal Nombre is a groove-based, instrumental, psychedelic improvisational group that creates music with rock, jazz, funk, and electronica influences.

Lee Rod and the Various States

MARCH 15

Rodney Lee, a Native East Tennessean, has spent most of his life promoting the music community. As a promoter and booker for Barley’s of Knoxville, he helped elevate the Old City and Knoxville as an essential hub for original music. Recently, Rodney has stepped from backstage to the front of the stage, bringing a respectful approach and distinctive vocal timbre to his original songs that range from deeply personal to the spectrum of the human condition. Stylistically, Rodney is compared to troubadours like Townes Van Zant, John Prine, and Nancy Griffith, and his songs are finding an eager audience in his hometown and beyond.

CULLEN KEHOE LIVE

MARCH 15

Cullen Kehoe is a versatile musician, songwriter, and performer. Cullen embodies every aspect of the music industry with experience as an engineer, producer, venue booker, manager, A&R rep, label owner, publisher, programmer, internet radio station operator, performer, and writer. He is also an award-winning singer songwriter, winning both the Pop and Country songwriting competitions at the Gibson Guitar Gallery and Café and top honors in the Tin Pan South Songwriters Open Mic competition.

BIG CREEK BLUEGRASS

MARCH 30

Cullen Kehoe is a versatile musician, songwriter, and performer. Cullen embodies every aspect of the music industry with experience as an engineer, producer, venue booker, manager, A&R rep, label owner, publisher, programmer, internet radio station operator, performer, and writer. He is also an award-winning singer songwriter, winning both the Pop and Country songwriting competitions at the Gibson Guitar Gallery and Café and top honors in the Tin Pan South Songwriters Open Mic competition.

BELLAMY AND BROWN LIVE

APRIL 5

Bellamy and Brown originated with Michael Bellamy out of Lee county KY and Cameron Brown out of Lexington, KY. They travel and do many shows throughout the year and absolutely wherever the music takes them. They do a lot of duo shows but also a lot of band shows. At the end of the day they just love picking and playing music of any kind and having their own little twist on it.

MUDBUG STOMPERS

APRIL 6

Stomping and swinging for your listening and dancing pleasure, the Mudbug Stompers bring you the sounds of old-time jug bands, blues, traditional jazz, trains, baseball, and crawfish boils. The band was formed by busking on the streets of Nashville, TN, in March of 2022.

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