Martha Bassett will kick-off the spring lineup of this season's "More Barn" concert series. Her performances are known for their emotional honesty and visceral impact, making everyone in the room feel she's singing directly to them. Her musical inspiration moves effortlessly through swing, jazz, folk, country, and rock guaranteeing playful variety at her live shows. Mixing originals with choice covers, Martha navigates sexy torch songs, rip-your-heart-out ballads, and slinky groove tunes with ease supported by a band equally comfortable in acoustic and electric settings.
As a young musician straight out of Texas, Radney Foster spent the lengthy drives in between tour stops reading the likes of John Steinbeck, Larry McMurtry, and Harper Lee. Over 30 years of artist cuts later, there is no question that he himself is an established storyteller.
Foster has written eight number one hit singles, including his own "Nobody Wins," and "Crazy Over You" with duo Foster & Lloyd. His discography contains countless cuts by artists ranging anywhere from country (Keith Urban, The Dixie Chicks, Luke Bryan, Nitty Gritty Dirt Band) to contemporary (Marc Broussard, Hootie & The Blowfish, Kenny Loggins, Los Lonely Boys).
Martin Garrish, a life-long resident of Ocracoke Island, NC is a master of 'old time' country, rock, bluegrass and folk guitar. He has been at the heart of the Ocracoke music scene since he was a teenager and was recently honored with the 2016 Cultural Heritage Award by Ocracoke Preservation Society for his contribution to Ocracoke Island's history and culture.
Martin will be joined by Jack Willis (bass) and Aaron Caswell (guitar), also life-long residents of Ocracoke, along with Marcy Brenner and Lou Castro (also known as Coyote), residents of Ocracoke and owners of Coyote Music Den.
According to rock ‘n roll lore, after completing his now legendary 1972 album “Harvest,” Neil Young hosted Graham Nash at his Broken Arrow ranch outside San Francisco to play his long-time collaborator some of the new tracks. The two old friends rowed a boat out onto a lake next to Young’s home, and suddenly the new music was playing, with his house serving as the left speaker and his barn as the right. When the engineer called from the shore to ask how it sounded, Young hollered back, “More barn!’”
We hope you will find all the information you need to plan a visit to the unique shops and restaurants at Reynolda Village. Our historic buildings are full of treasures to gift yourself and to others, and our restaurants are a perfect stop for refreshments or a full meal.
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