|Date:||March 12, 2022|
|Presented by:||Arts Council of Mississippi County|
|Venue:||Adams-Vines Recital Hall at Arkansas Northeastern College|
|Address:||2501 S Division St Blytheville, AR|
***This performance has been POSTPONED due to unforeseen circumstances. Replacement date to be announced soon!
Pianist Jason Coleman and guitarist Meagan Taylor take audiences on a journey back in time to Nashville’s “golden era,” sharing the music made famous by Jason’s grandfather, piano legend Floyd Cramer, and Meagan’s uncle, guitar virtuoso Chet Atkins, as well as by the countless country, pop, and rock artists whose careers they impacted.
Plus, the concert is much more than just music . . . Jason and Meagan share their own personal stories, photos, and films of growing up with their “Grandad” and “Uncle Chester,” and audiences will enjoy hearing tales of Nashville’s early recording days as told straight from the source. It’s all topped off by a series of video duets with Jason, Meagan, and their legendary predecessors that you’ll have to see to believe.
Jason’s 2nd Performance in Blytheville! (prev. 2018)