Rather than impersonation, lead singer Paul Sinclair says Get the Led Out strives to re-create the experience of an era by playing the music as it was recorded — with every nuance intact.
The store offers a wide range of Fun Fest merchandise, including t-shirts designed just for this year’s event. It also offers a one-stop location to pick up event information such as schedules and more.
The Adelines will host a special Guest Night on Tuesday, June 25 from 7 to 9 p.m. at the Redeemer Lutheran Church, located at 672 Island Road in Bristol, Virginia. Anyone interested in joining is encouraged to attend.
Raffle tickets (only 5,000 are available) are $100 each and include two chances in the raffle drawing slated for September 22. And If you buy 10 tickets you get one free. The 49 prizes range from new vehicles to jewelry and trip to up to $25,000 cash.
Kingsport native Patricia Ledford will soon release her debut novel, “Strings – The Story of Hope,” set in the mountains of East Tennessee and western North Carolina. She will return to the Model City this Sunday for a book launch and signing.
Students from Kingsport Theatre Guild’s Teen Camp will teach history, grammar and math through clever and tuneful songs in their production of “Schoolhouse Rock Live! JR.” this Friday evening.
More than a decade after the release of the first novel, a new “Hunger Games” book is on the way. Scholastic shared the news on social media on Monday.
Tomorrow is Juneteenth, the oldest known celebration commemorating the ending of slavery in the United States. Many states have recognized it as a state holiday, but its popularity and reach have fluctuated over the years.
“Underwater World: A Fibers Exhibition Experience,” created by Renaissance Camp participants, will remain on display at ETSU’s Reece Museum through July 12.
Saturday wraps up the Best Friend Festival under partly sunny skies and with temperatures in the upper 70s.
In a blind taste test of both versions of the Long Island Iced Tea, patrons at Bobby McKey’s Dueling Piano Bar near Washington, D.C., chose the Kingsport drink over its New York counterpart by a 3 to 2 vote.
Returning for a second year, Kingsport is holding a storm water drain painting contest this summer in which five winners will paint a neighborhood storm drain with an environmental theme. Each winner will receive $100. Deadline to enter is Aug. 1.
This “Evening at the Market” series takes place the second Thursday of each month, from June through September. The market will be open, food vendors will be on hand and you’ll be able to enjoy the sounds of live bluegrass music.
Dolly Parton’s latest dinner show brings swashbuckling and a siren’s song to Pigeon Forge. Mom and I go for it hook, line and sinker.
Norton celebrates two things this summer – the 125th anniversary of its founding under its current name, and the Best Friend Festival.