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Chatham Rabbits to perform at the Earl Scruggs Center
Austin and Sarah McCombie - are the Chatham Rabbits.

The Earl Scruggs Center announces a concert featuring traditional folk and bluegrass duo Chatham Rabbits on Friday, June 21, 2019 at 7:00 p.m.
Husband and wife duo Sarah and Austin McCombie met at a Mandolin Orange concert and bonded over a love of old-time music. Abandoning corporate careers, they now travel the country with their hound dog Ruby, playing and sharing the music they love. Chatham Rabbits takes their name from the original early 20th century string band from Bynum, NC, the town they call home.
The McCombies are as much storytellers as they are musicians. The songs on their debut album All I Want from You stunningly describe the history and culture of their native North Carolina. Nine original tunes feature solid songwriting and expressive singing and playing styles. The album is rounded out with a beautiful version of Flatt and Scruggs' The Good Things (Outweigh the Bad).
Doors open at 6:30 pm and the concert begins at 7:00 pm. Advance tickets cost $12 and tickets purchased day of the show cost $15. Tickets may be purchased by visiting the Earl Scruggs Center's website http://earlscruggscenter.org/event/chatham-rabbits/ or by calling the Center at 704.487.6233. A cash bar will be available throughout the concert. Seating for this show is limited and purchasing tickets in advance is encouraged.
Don't miss this opportunity to see Chatham Rabbits in an intimate concert at the Earl Scruggs Center. Sarah and Austin McCombie thrive in small communities, at general stores, or country churches where they can make a connection with the audience. This will be an evening in the Great Hall that attendees will not forget.
About the Earl Scruggs Center
Earl Scruggs Center hours are Tuesday through Saturday 10 am - 4 pm with extended hours on Wednesdays until 6 pm.
The Earl Scruggs Center is a project of Destination Cleveland County, Inc., a non-profit 501©3 whose mission is to unite our county's history, heritage, culture and arts to create a vibrant economy while embracing the future and preserving the past.
Submitted by Mary Beth Martin

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