FLAT ROCK CINEMA
2700 Greenville Hwy • Flat Rock, NC 28731
(828) 697-2463 • FlatRockCinema.com
"We're your affordable, locally owned clean and friendly bistro cinema, featuring great food, cocktails and local brews."
Magnolia Concert Series
Morris Broadband presents the Magnolia Acoustic Concert Series at Flat Rock Cinema, located at 2700 Greenville Highway in Flat Rock, NC. The live concerts, produced by Howard Molton and Tom Fisch, will be at 3:00 pm on the second Sunday of each month beginning in March and ending in November with the 5th Annual Warmth of Home Concert to benefit Interfaith Assistance Ministry’s winter heating fund.
Tickets are $15 each, plus tax, for each concert and will be available beginning three weeks in advance of each concert date. Tickets are available online in advance and at the box office on the day of each concert. Show times are 3:00 and doors open at 2:30.
Flat Rock Cinema’s complete food and beverage menu, including wine and local brews, will be available and can be seen, along with a map, driving directions and ticket information, at www.MagnoliaConcertSeries.com. Information can also be obtained by calling the cinema box office at (828) 697-2463.
When looking for expressive and uncommon sounds, Mark O’Connor, Dolly Parton, Neil Young, Dan Seals, Hank Williams, Jr., Iris Dement and Glen Campbell all turned to the evocative sound of Gove Scrivenor's autoharp. When Gove released early albums on Flying Fish Records, his friends, Doc Watson, John Hartford, Marty Stuart, and Buddy Emmons... all lined up to contribute to his recordings.
Gove's music has been described as "high energy folk blues," with inventive slide work and powerful vocals, tempered with singular work on the autoharp and beautiful ballads of his own writing. He's well known for his magical rapport with audiences of all ages.
This is a PAPERLESS ticketed event!
You will receive email confirmation but no physical ticket.
IAN MOORE ACOUSTIC DUO
Thursday, OCT. 16th, 8:00 PM
Ian Moore grew up in Austin, Texas, in the early ’90s as a blues-guitar virtuoso. Early sideman duty for Texas roots legend Joe Ely led to a 1993 self-titled solo record on Capricorn that propelled Moore to critical opening gigs for the Stones and Dylan, as well as an appearance in Billy Bob Thornton’s hit film Slingblade.
Ian has made hundreds of radio and television appearances, from regional TV shows to the Today show and the Late Show With David Letterman to a one-hour DIRECTV special, American Idol contestants have covered Moore’s songs “Blue Sky” and “Satisfied.” And the Austin Music Awards have repeatedly voted him Best Singer, Musician and Band.
"Passionate and beautiful acoustic magic." --Guitar World
"A Texas music icon." --The Examiner
"...filled with shadowy, deep imagery, like a mysterious black-and-white photograph. --Billboard
"Ian Moore is a stellar songwriter blessed with an absolutely stunning voice." --The Stranger ( Seattle)
"Moore's greatest asset is his voice balancing a deep calm with an aching urgency." --Entertainment Today
"Moore relies on his sophisticated songcraft and soulful, sometimes soaring tenor to create songs surprisingly rich in atmosphere and emotion." --Washington Post