Friday, October 3, 2014 | 7-11 PM
Old Town Rock Hill, SC
U.S. Disc Golf Championship | Official Players' Party
TICKETS: Trade in tickets purchased in advance for an event wristband, or purchase your tickets on the night of the event at either of our 2 ticket tents:
Center for the Arts | 121 E. Main St. | Rock Hill, SC
Old Town Market | 115 Caldwell St. | Rock Hill, SC
157 East Main Street | Rock Hill, SC
The path of the solo artist has seen Gabriel bring his inconceivable level of talent as a vocalist, multi-instrumentalist, composer, producer, and engineer to bear on a 2011 self-titled debut that occupied the No. 1 spot on the Billboard Smooth Jazz Charts for eleven weeks. Additionally, Gabriel’s debut release unseated Michael Buble’ from the No. 1 spot on the Billboard Jazz Charts.
140 East Main Street | Rock Hill, SC
Leslie's signature clear and sultry tones, expansive range and expressive delivery defy categorization, expertly lending themselves to a diverse repertoire befitting any performance atmosphere.
201 East Main Street | Rock Hill, SC
Bristo Blue brings his high energy style of blues influenced rock and roll to back to The Courtroom at the Gettys Art Center. Come early, stay late!
135 E. Main St. | Rock Hill, SC
Self-taught as a teenager, Thel Petty played rock and R&B in the late 1970's and 80’. His musical interest soon turned to jazz where in high school he was the guitarist for the school jazz band as well as other R&B and funk bands. Over the years, he has become an in-demand Jazz player and is recognized as an outstanding soloist by many Charlotte area musicians.
Petty's main guitar influences include Wes Montgomery, George Benson, Joe Pass, Django Reinhardt, Pat Martino and Antonio Carlos Jobim.
147 East Main Street | Rock Hill, SC
Brad Bailey (8-string banjo & vocals) plays chords, bass lines, melodies, and percussive grooves simultaneously while singing jazz standards, reorienting them into his own mix of bluegrass flavored funk and swing.
122 East Main Street | Rock Hill, SC
sponsored by Founders Federal Credit Union
Ain't no party like a Plair band party! Led by B.S. Plair, a former public school music instructor who spent more than 30 years in teaching and performing, Plair is a family affair. Bobby Jr. began performing with his dad at the age of 10 playing trumpet, and son Victor joined the group at about age 9 playing trombone. Vocalist Wade Witherspoon completes the group. Plair has performed all over the southeast playing clubs and colleges, opening for such artists as Lionel Richie/Commodores, Mother's Finest, Kool and the Gang and The Ellington Orchestra.
121 Caldwell Street | Rock Hill, SC
sponsored by Williams & Fudge
Fresh off of their smashing performance at the Prohibition Party, Take III swings into Millstone Pizza + Taphouse. Take III features the musical stylings of Frank Pullano on keyboard, Danny Turner on guitar, and Brian Hipp on sax.
210 East Main Street | Rock Hill, SC
Multi-award winning pianist and composer Chad Lawson has an impressive list of accomplishments in recent years that many artists could only hope for in a lifetime. He has released seven critically acclaimed albums, worked with renowned musicians and producers and has the distinguished honor of being a Steinway artist.
Born in North Carolina, Chad knew he wanted to be a musician at the age of five. He pursued this dream at age 18 when he enrolled at the Berklee College of Music in Boston. While in school, Chad began his career as a studio musician and after his studies at Berklee, he decided to go on tour with Babik Reinhardt (son of legendary jazz guitarist Django Reinhardt).