Wednesdays this Summer just got a whole lot more fun with the return of Pickin’ In The Pines at Cary’s Booth Amphitheatre. Shows will take place on Wednesday evenings in August and September and feature local and regional talent from 5:30pm – 8:30pm.
All seating and music will take place on the spacious Crescent Deck creating a casual and comfortable environment to enjoy a mid-week outing with friends.
General Admission tickets are just $5. Buy all five concerts for $20. Children 12 and under are free.
Venue owned parking lots offer free parking and are filled on a first come first serve basis.
Gates open at 5:30pm, Music runs 5:45pm – 8:30pm
Picnics (no alcohol please), Pets on leashes, Lawn chairs, blankets, bottle water, purses/backpacks and small non-professional
Alcohol, Tents/staking, professional cameras with detachable lenses, drones, and audio or video recorders
Order your Picnic from Taziki’s Mediterranean Café ahead of time and have your picnic brought to you! All orders can be picked up at the concessions window when you arrive.
JOHNNY FOLSOM 4
From “A Boy Named Sue” to “Ring of Fire,” four of Raleigh’s favorite musical sons pay tribute to the Man in Black with the Johnny Folsom Four. True to the Mr. Cash’s poetic spirit, the JF4 promises an honest and entertaining performance for fans of all ages. Lead singer David Burney brings a lilting southern baritone to Cash’s classic songs which hit the mark well enough that you may wonder on occasion if Johnny, himself, is in the building. David Gresham more than meets the challenge of filling in for Luther and Carl Perkins on those classic guitar licks. And Tom Mills (bass) and Randy Benefield (drums) provide the hallmark, train-like driving rhythm the whole world loves. And when the boys are living right, the remarkable Miss Eleanor Jones joins in on those classic Johnny and June duets; hotter than a pepper sprout! When it comes to honoring Johnny Cash, JF4 walks the line.
CANADY THOMAS BAND BIO (PATSY CLINE TRIBUTE)
Canady Thomas fronts a Patsy Cline Tribute bands and has been performing regionally for almost 20 years. With theatre and music she has performed for The Kennedy Center and all over the country. More recently she toured our parts with Always… Patsy Cline in the title role.
Canady’s deep southern roots brought her back to country music and The Canady Thomas Band was formed 7 years ago. Playing for audiences each month in the Triangle, she feels honored to have so many loyal listeners. She sings the upbeat honky-tonk and classic hits of Patsy Cline. Its music that makes you remember, takes you back, makes you feel something, true Country music. Her band features guitarist Allyn Love and bassist Roger Gupton.
Artist booking contact: Gigi Thigpen, Jazz Entertainment Agency