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Old Crow Medicine Show sells out The Caverns
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Photo courtesy Jeff Meltesen Members of the famous Americana string band Old Crow Medicine Show perform to a sold-out audience at The Caverns on Sunday.

The Caverns were “rocked like a wagon wheel” as Old Crow Medicine Show performed their biggest hits during a sold-out underground show Sunday in Pelham.

Old Crow Medicine Show had audience members on their feet dancing and singing along to the Grammy Award-winning Ameri-cana string band’s famous songs, such as “Sweet Amarillo,” “Take ‘em Away” and more.

Audience members clapped and cheered along while fancy footwork and impressive violin, banjo and guitar skills were performed by the six-member band. A patriotic feel was delivered with an old-time folk rendition of “This Land is Your Land.” 

The band ended on an energetic note while playing one of its most famous and beloved songs, “Wagon Wheel.” 

The home of Bluegrass Underground was given a fun and entertaining performance by the group which has influenced many other Americana bands over the past 20 years. 

ON THE SCHEDULE

The Caverns will be hosting many other talented bands in the coming weeks at its venue in Grundy County, including Greensky Bluegrass on Wednesday, Sept. 25, Los Lobos on Saturday, Sept. 28, and Gov’t Mule on Thursday, Oct. 3. 

For more information and the full lineup, visit thecaverns.com.


IN WARREN COUNTY

The concert series at Cumberland Caverns continues to thrive with several performances scheduled this fall.

DeVotchKa featuring The Joy Formidible is scheduled to take the stage Sept. 28 at 6 p.m. DeVotchKa is a Denver, Colo.-based band that gets its name from the Russian word meaning “girl.” The Joy Formidable is touring in support of its 10-year double album edition which is due Oct. 25.

After that show, The Kentucky Headhunters are scheduled to perform Saturday, Oct. 19, at Cumberland Caverns. Start time is set for 3 p.m.

Other acts at Cumberland Caverns are The Budos Band on Oct. 31 and Josh Garrels on Nov. 9.

For more information, visit cumberlandcaverns.com/live/