Mountain Heart To Perform During 12th Americana Music Festival

The members of Mountain Heart. (Photo: Anthony Ladd, Kneelin Design)

On Wednesday, October 12, Mountain Heart will perform at The Rutledge (410 4th Ave. South) in downtown Nashville, Tennessee. Doors open at 7:00 p.m., with Mountain Heart taking the stage at 10:00 p.m. Their performance follows country icons, Marty Stuart and Connie Smith and prior to David Mayfield Parade, also on the bill for the evening. The concert is part of the 12th Annual Americana Music Festival & Conference, taking place in Nashville Oct. 12-15. Evening concerts are open to the public with tickets for individual  venues priced at $15.00 and are available at the door. Advance wristbands priced at $50.00 are good for admission to all evening concerts during the four-day event. Tickets to the festival can be purchased in advance via americanamusic.orgor by calling the AMA office (615.386.6936). Check @americanafest on Twitter and become a friend on Facebook for further updates.

Since forming in 1999, Mountain Heart has fearlessly revolutionized the way acoustic music is performed and presented. They have become synonymous with cutting-edge excellence, combining elements of rock, country, blues, jazz and bluegrass into their own fresh and unmistakably unique sound. Members of the group have either won or been nominated for multiple Grammys, ACM, CMA and IBMA Awards. They have also played on the hallowed Opry stage more than 100 times throughout their impressive career.

Their latest album is That Just Happened, a 7-song EP released earlier this year on their label imprint. Each month, they host their own national radio show on 650 WSM-AM called, “That Just Happened With Mountain Heart.” They are currently on tour, performing at various fairs, festivals and Performing Arts Centers all across the country.   

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