Nashville Recording Artist Lacy Green Kicks-off Live Music Weekend July 17 at Classic Wineseller
|Arts & Entertainment|
|Jul 19, 2014|
On Thursday, July 17 at 7pm, the Classic Wineseller welcomes Nashville recording artist, Lacy Green (guitar, vocals) for a solo performance at 20 Church Street, Waynesville. At age five, Lacy had her first experience singing at one of her dad’s shows and became hooked on performing. At 13, she asked her Dad to teach her how to play "Blackbird" on the guitar. Soon afterward she began writing songs. After two albums, countless shows, and a diploma from the University of North Carolina, Lacy Green moved to Nashville where she completed her first radio tour, recorded a Top 100 country radio single, and has had song cuts in several independent films. Visit www.lacygreen.com for more information.
Singer-songwriter James Hammel (guitar, vocals) performs jazz and pop tunes on Friday evening, July 18 at 7pm. Hammel was at the top of the corporate ladder in NYC when 911 occurred. Devastating effects to his company and among co-workers and friends led him to re-evaluate life and return to his love of music.
The Classic Wineseller's Summer Jazz Series continues this weekend. Former jazz singer with the United States Air Force, vocal powerhouse Rockell Scott has selected songs from the Great American Songbook for her show with pianist Dave Burns on Saturday, July 19 at 7:00 pm. Summer Jazz tickets are $39.99 per person and include a four-course dinner. Call 828-452-6000 to reserve a table.
The Classic Wineseller presents local, regional, or national talent each week on Thursday, Friday, and Saturday nights. The retail shop opens at 11am Tuesday through Saturday, and the restaurant opens at 4pm Wednesday through Saturday serving small plate and tapas-style cuisine. There is a $10 per person food minimum on non-ticketed live music nights. Reservations are accepted between 6pm and 7pm by calling 828-452-6000. Visit www.classicwineseller.com for additional information.