HUNTSVILLE – Prepare for a night of enchanting melodies and vibrant performances at Burritt on the Mountain’s Old Church.
The unforgettable evening of songs across the music spectrum is presented Nov. 28 by the Huntsville Traditional Music Association. The show is at 7 p.m.; doors open at 6:40.
Join the musical journey of John and Vickie LeCrory, a dynamic duo boasting over three decades of collaboration. With John on guitar and vocals and Vickie on violin and vocals, their repertoire spans genres and eras worldwide. From old country and folk to jazz and Latin, their performances radiate joy and musical panache.
Accompanying them is 5-string violist Stephan Dudash, known for his mastery across genres, including jazz, bluegrass, swing, and classical.
Dudash, a seasoned artist with a rich musical history, has shared stages with Olivia Newton John, Shania Twain, and Dave Brubeck. His expertise on the 5-string viola adds a unique flavor to the evening’s lineup.
Opening the program is Jerry LeCrory, an HTMA member since the early ’90s. A blues enthusiast, LeCrory blends his love for the genre with jazz and thoughtful lyrics. Expect captivating finger-style guitar and entertaining verses as Jerry sets the stage for an evening of musical delight.
Advance tickets are $10 and available at huntsvillefolk.org until 4 p.m. the day of the event. Tickets at the door are $12. There is no charge for children under 12.