MidDay Farm Report will be featured on “Music City Roots” in the Loveless Cafe this month. The band will be heading to Nashville on Aug. 28.
“We are excited about this,” said band member Chuck Haston. “It’s a chance to showcase our music. This is a first for us, to be live and have the show broadcast across the county. It’s a good opportunity to be around accomplished artists. We will be playing at 7:30 p.m.”
Music City Roots is a weekly live musical variety show. Jim Lauderdale is the show host.
Along with MidDay Farm Report being featured in the emerging artist segment of the show, the evening will offer performances by Amy Speace, Hannah Aldridge, Lulu Mae and Iron Horse Bluegrass.
MidDay Farm Report is a Warren County band. Along with Haston, other band members are Daniel Sheets on upright bass, Griffin Winton on harmony vocals, guitar, mandolin and harmonica, and Tim Winton on vocals, guitar, dobro, banjo and harmonica.
The band released its first CD in April 2012.
General admission into the show is $10, children 5 and under are free, ages 6-18 are $5, students 19 and older are $5 (must show valid student ID), and a discount is available for tour and special group discounts. Doors open at 6 p.m., with the show beginning at 7 p.m.
To watch the show without traveling to Nashville, Music City Roots offers a live stream from the Loveless Cafe available on www.musiccityroots.com and the band has a link on its website, www.middayfarmreport.com.
For more information or to purchase tickets, visit www.musiccityroots.com.