Charleston's best happy hour is back!
Join us for the best concert series in Charleston - the 15th annual Party at the Point on Friday, May 29 with Seven Handle Circus and The Kenny George Band!
Seven Handle Circus is a modern style of rock, played with energy, skill and folk instruments. Their bluegrass roots reveal themselves from time to time, but so does their classical training and their teenage punk rock days.
“A Seven Handle show is all about keeping it interesting, for the audience and for ourselves” says drummer Jeff Harrison. That’s right a drummer. How could this be a bluegrass band if there’s a drummer involved? “We like to go for a ride, play a lot of different stuff, jam a little bit, and sneak in some eclectic covers that the audience doesn’t expect, exactly where they least expect them.”
“I think its about finding beauty in music, in whatever form, and packaging it up in the Seven Handle way in order to share it with the world” elaborates Shawn Spencer, guitarist for the band “And sometimes, it’s just about playing a little bluegrass.”
Shawn Spencer: Guitar, Vocals, Songwriter
Colin Vinson: Banjo, Vocals, Songwriter
Steve Bledsoe: Mandolin, Vocals
Richard Burroughs: Fiddle
Jeff Harrison: Drums
Troy Harris: Bass, Vocals
Kenny George Band (KGB) is an alternative country, folk, rock group from Aiken, SC. Since 2007, KGB has been building a reputation in the Southeastern United States playing all-manner of venues and offering the full, intricate sound of the six-piece, or consolidating to a mellowed duo or trio for more intimate settings. Led by conveniently named front man Kenny George, the group is rooted in country, but deeply delves into rock and folk. Band
Kenny George: Guitar & Vocals
Bucky Brown: Drums & Vocals
C.Marshall Ely: Pedal Steel Guitar
Brooks Andrews: Bass
Scott Rankin: Guitar & Vocals
Doors at 5:30
Band on at 6:30
Tickets and food/drink vendors are cash only.
This is a family friendly event.