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Musick's Mountain Theater Hosts Bluegrass-Country Artist Nathan Stanley

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Ralph and Nathan StanleyHeadlining the first ever of it's kind, and dedicated to traditional Bluegrass, Gospel and Ole time Mountain Music of the beautiful smokey mountains in Pigeon Forge, Tennessee, Musick's Mountain Theatre will host its grand opening show November 30,2012. The American Icon Dr. Ralph Stanley and The Clinch Mountain Boys will bring this theatre to life on this unforgettable evening.

Nathan Stanley, grandson of the Icon, Dr. Ralph Stanley will headline a list of shows following the grand opening on dates that are listed below with special guests performing nightly.

Stanley is one of the most sought after young artist in the major music industry to date. He celebrated a #1 song in 2011 with the heart felt ' White Dove" accompanied by Country Legend Vince Gill.

Nathan is nominated in the top 10 and top 5 catagories at the Inspirational Country Music Awards as Inspirational Bluegrass artist of the year. Music critics have called Stanley "The Prince Of Bluegrass". His smooth velvet voice will leave you wanting to hear more and that is what you can do at the Musick's Mountain Theatre. A great way to spend the Holiday Season. Showtime is 7:30 p.m. nightly.

Nathan Stanley and The Clinch Mountain Boys:

  • Dec 1 - Ben(Cooter)Jones - From the Legendary TV Hit Series "Dukes Of Hazzard"
  • Dec 6 - Melvin Goins and Windy Mountain
  • Dec 7 - Junior BLankenship
  • Dec 8 - Jim Lauderdale
  • Dec 13 - Judy Marshall of the legendary Marshall Family
  • Dec 14 - The Lewis Tradition
  • Dec 15 - Republic Steele
  • Dec 20 - Don Rigsby and Midnight Call
  • Dec 21 - Jeff Bates
  • Dec 22 - To Be Announced
  • Dec 27 - To Be Announced
  • Dec 28 - Michael Cleveland & Flamekeeper
  • Dec 29 - Junior Sisk & Ramblers Choice
  • Dec 31 - Special New Year's Eve Concert with The Isaacs

A new website for Musick's Mountain Theatre coming soon.

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