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.

MIKE MCGILL AND THE REFILLS

APRIL 12

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.

MOJO CIRCUS

APRIL 13

Mojo Circus is a touring roots band from right here in Knoxville. They play a mix of classic country dance hits from Hank Sr. to Loretta Lynn as well as original tunes and feature different musicians so every show is a fresh experience!

RANDY STEELE

APRIL 19

Randy Steele is an award winning banjo pickin’ singer/songwriter from Chattanooga, TN. His first album was released in early 2017, followed by an EP in 2018. Both albums were met with critical acclaim and and highlights from music critics including Relix Magazine, No Depression, and The Bluegrass Situation. In 2023 he was named a Semifinalist in the American Songwriter ‘Song of the Year’ for 2022, and then was named a Finalist in the ‘New Folk’ Songwriting Competition.

THE GOLDENRODS

APRIL 20

The Goldenrods are fronted by Ryan Koenig (ex Pokey LaFarge) singing and playing fiddle, octave mandolin, plectrum banjo and guitar. The band is completed with Jess Adkins (So Grand Polka Band) singing and playing accordion and guitar, as well as Kellie Everett (The Hooten Hallers) singing and playing upright bass.

BRYAN OSBORNE AND THE MOUNTAIN ASHE BOYS

APRIL 26

Come listen to traditional bluegrass music of Bryan Osborne and the Ashe Mountain Boys!

TIDALWAVE ROAD BLUEGRASS BAND

APRIL 27

Tidalwave Road Bluegrass Band skillfully blend both contemporary and traditional bluegrass styles, infusing them with a dynamic, hard-driving energy. Their music is a delightful fusion of blues and rock influences, resulting in a vibrant and exhilarating bluegrass experience.

MARBLE CITY BAND

MAY 3

The Marble City Band combines top talent from across the Knoxville area, forming a high energy sound unlike any other. With debut performances in 2023, the much-anticipated band from East Tennessee has high hopes to make a profound impact on the local music scene.

MARSHALL BROWN BLUEGRASS BAND

MAY 4

Marshall Brown Bluegrass Band consists of Asheville based musicians John Duncan, Zeb Gambill, Jaco Brewer, and of course Marshall Brown. Each of these musicians has a unique background of musical influences, but they share a love of traditional bluegrass music. Their influences span from first-generation bluegrass musicians, like Bill Monroe and the Stanley Brothers, through the 1960s with acts like the Kentucky Colonels and Red Allen, up to Tony Rice and The Bluegrass Album Band.

MIKE MCGILL AND THE REFILLS

may 10

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.

Blue Mother Tupelo

may 11

Blue Mother Tupelo is comprised of Ricky & Micol (pronounced “Michael”) Anne Davis. Their life together as Blue Mother Tupelo began in Knoxville, Tennessee, as a duo in 1995 before melding into various experimental configurations, from a famous blues-rock electric quartet to a kind of acoustic-driven country blues. Chosen by 2022 Music Artist of the Year by The Southland Music Line, BMT songs & albums have charted #5 in Americana and #2 in Euro-Americana Radio, as well as having reached the U.S. Top 40 Country Charts. 

Big Pink

may 17

Big Pink is a Knoxville-based band that plays music by The Band, Neil Young, Bob Dylan and more.

hearts gone south

may 18

Hearts Gone South produces original classic-style country and honky tonk full of heart and soul, laced with wit and woe. Bringing fire and feeling to the age-old stories of heartbreak, love, and victory for the underdog. Hearts Gone South shoots straight from the hip with impassioned vocals, a tight rhythm section, and smoking leads to hit their target dead on. Shining like diamonds in a rhinestone world.

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