Radford will kick off the summer on Friday, June 2 with southern roots rock and roll music by ‘Them Dirty Roses.’ The concert will be held on the grounds of Glencoe Museum, 600 Unruh Drive, Radford.
Everyone is encouraged to bring chairs, or dance the night away, and enjoy an evening of live music under the stars!
According to the band’s website, ‘the band was taught how to bend a string and break a heart by Skynard and Hank. They’ve made their way from Gadsden, Ala., to Nashville, Tenn., and they’re chasing the quintessential rock and roll American Dream.’
JD Outlaw will open for the band. ReverbNation describes JD Outlaw as, ‘Growing up in the heart of Dixie, his style was developed while listening to his mother’s kitchen radio playing traditional country music and his older sisters jamming out to grunge rock down the hall. His music reflects these exact emotions, from Hank style driven pedal steel, up beat tempo Alabama love songs, to the over stimulating visual imaging of Alice in Chains and the rawness of a good outlaw Waylon tune. In other words his music is about heartbreak, love, extreme sadness, as well as overwhelming happiness’.
Food and beverages will be available.
The concert is from 6 to 10 p.m Admission is $5 per person and children 12 and under are admitted free. Advance tickets are available at ticketfly.com
For more information please visit www.VisitRadford.com. The event is being sponsored by the SAS Attractions and the Radford Visitor’s Center.