The Whiskey Honeys are a 50's, 60's, 70"s dance band providing a line up of four girls with four guys swapping out lead vocals and dance moves on those favorite songs from your youth (or your parent's youth). The Retro sound and look are great for anything from casual to formal events. This group has played at many of the local watering holes in the Chapel Hill / Hillsborough Area as well as birthday parties, fund raisers, corporate events, weddings and anniversaries, and are a lot of fun.
Dixie White – Vocals
Ginger Long – Vocals
Kat Desrochers – Vocals
Jane Davis – Vocals
Tommy Schopler – Guitar
Rusty Luthe – Guitar
Jody McCall – Bass
Larry Duckworth – Drums
gather for a night of original music and the stories behind the songs.
Four Celebrated Songwriters
Now playing with The Bennys, a Chapel Hill based band, Barry Gray was a member of the locally successful family band, Graymatter. He is also a winner of the 2016 Triad Music Festival Songwriters Standoff and a recipient of the 2017 NC Arts Council grant.
Jack Gorham can be found playing keys in many Triad bands, including The El Dorados and Shaken and Stirred. Jack’s songs shed light on ideas about time, place, love and the human condition; delivered by engaging melodies and thoughtful piano accompaniment. www.youtube.com/watch?v=9HLrYNAUkRw
One of North Carolina’s iconic songwriters, Nancy Middleton gained national recognition with her album The Way I Do. After a successful move to Nashville, she returned home to Durham to continue her career as one of the most popular performers in the area.
Kirk Ridge has had music featured on NPR’s Car Talk and Belfast’s Celtic Roots Radio. His lyrics have been published in American Songwriter Magazine, and he has written music for Cary Playwrights Forum productions, and hosts “Pass The Hat” live music radio on WHUP.
All shows start at 8, unless otherwise noted.
$5 at the door, and pass the hat for the band.
North 87 South • 8874 Hwy 87, Graham, NC 27253