Upcoming Performances and Events

The Lincoln Theatre is committed to keeping each of you, the performers, and our employees safe. Please help us protect the community by maintaining a social distance of six feet apart between patrons not living in the same household. It is also mandatory for each patron to wear a face covering. Unless you are enjoying our concessions, please wear your face covering at all times. 

 

If you are experiencing any COVID-19 symptoms, or have been exposed to a suspected or confirmed case of the virus, please call our box office and we will be more than happy to move

your tickets to a different performance date.

 

Upon arrival, the ushers will seat you in every other row, as well as leaving at least two empty seats between households. Please be patient, everyone will be seated before the performance begins.

No refunds or exchanges. All ticket sale purchases are final. If a show is rescheduled, tickets will be automatically transferred to the new performance date.

 

We are all in this together!

Song of the Mountains 

May 1, 2021  7:00 pm . $30

Limited Seating

Music of The Mountain Minor Movie

along with

Maurice Mattei & The Tempers

Talent Lineup Subject to Change

“The Mountain Minor” is an award-winning motion picture based on the true story of an East Kentucky family of musicians that moves to Ohio for financial reasons during the Great Depression, but never loses their love of traditional mountain music. When casting the film, writer-director Dale Farmer decided to use experienced old-time musicians instead of professional actors, because he wanted the musical performances to look and sound authentic. The result

was a film about old-time music that received excellent reviews. American Songwriter Magazine called it a film that has “touched many of those who’ve managed to see it.” The Asheville Citizen-Times described the movie as “a powerful and true-to-life depiction of people doing what they needed to do to make their way in a sometimes-difficult world." Join us on Saturday, May 1st, when several of the film’s stars perform on the stage of The Lincoln Theatre.

Maurice Mattei is a singer/songwriter/photographer/artist whose music ranges from Americana/Alt Country to Rock&Roll, Pop and Blues. He has received glowing reviews both nationally (No Depression Magazine, City Beat, Every Body's News) and internationally (France's Alt Country magazine Le Cri Du Coyote and Belgium's on-line Rootstime Belgium among others.) Maurice has released 27 records and written nearly 300 songs since 1995 and along with his band - the Tempers (Debbie Immesoete on drums and Bryan Berwanger on upright bass) - has performed countless shows throughout that time. Maurice and his band are currently working on new material, tentatively set to be released in 2022. His most recent CD release is called Velvet Lined Room.

Rhonda Vincent

& The Rage

Saturday, May 22, 2021, 7:30 pm

Rhonda Vincent is an American bluegrass singer, songwriter, and multi-instrumentalist. Rhonda and her band, The Rage, are the most awarded band in bluegrass history!

Rhonda Vincent's music career began when she was a child in her family's band The Sally Mountain Show, and it has spanned more than four decades. She first achieved success in the bluegrass genre in the 1970s and '80s, earning the respect of her mostly male peers for her mastery of the progressive chord structures and multi-range, fast-paced vocals intrinsic to bluegrass music. Rhonda is an in-demand guest vocalist for other bluegrass and country music performers, appearing on recordings by Dolly PartonAlan JacksonTanya TuckerJoe DiffieFaith Hill and other notables.

Rhonda is a seven-time Grammy nominee, winning the Grammy Award for Best Bluegrass Album in 2017. In 2020, she was made a member of the Grand Ole Opry.

Show Sponsor

www.cccharities.org

Song of the Mountains 

June 5, 2021  7:00 pm . $30

Limited Seating

Red Rocking Chair

along with

Fish Fisher and The Wildmans

Talent Lineup Subject to Change

The Red Rocking Chair band blends Americana, folk, bluegrass, Honky Tonk, swing, and county music in an acoustic format. In the midst of their twelfth year, this band continues a Tuesday night tradition at Charlotte, NC's popular neighborhood pub, The Comet Grill, and features some of the area's most prominent and award-winning multi-instrumentalists. Collectively, Red Rocking Chair has played venues and festivals across the USA & Europe.

 

Jack Lawrence: guitar, mandolin, lead & harmony vocals

Patrick (Paddy) Crouch: mandolin, banjo, fiddle, lead & harmony vocals

Dale Meyer: guitar, dobro, mandolin, lead & harmony vocals

Tom Kuhn: bass, lead & harmony vocals

Fish Fisher is an award winning songwriter and singer. Born in Toledo & based out of Gatlinburg, he regularly plays his special blend of original Americana & Outlaw-Country music traveling thru his 'Rust-belt to Coal-belt' road-tour scouring a giant triangle-shaped area from the Smokies to Detroit to Nashville & back. Fish customizes most of his travels with a heavy focus on the Appalachian areas of the nation but performs all over too.

 

He also co-writes for & with many notable other artists & enjoys teaching songwriter workshops & hosting songwriting retreats. Fish’s newest album Songs Of The Smokies releases in 2021 available at all Gatlinburg venues as well as all major streaming platforms.

The Wildmans come from Floyd, Virginia, a one stop light town in the heart of Appalachia. Siblings Eli Wildman (Guitar, Mandolin) and Aila Wildman (Fiddle), are accompanied by Victor Furtado (Banjo). With sweet brother sister harmonies, The Wildmans seek to bring the mountain music tradition forward with their originality and passion. All three are currently enrolled at Berklee College of Music in Boston, and the band is writing for their second album with Travianna Records.

Summer Brooke

& The Mountain Faith Band

Fall of 2021

Captivating audiences nationally for the past eighteen years, Summer Brooke & the Mountain Faith Band offer a musical experience that sets them apart from other musicians.  With their unique blend of Country, Pop, Bluegrass and Americana, they became a household name on Season 10 of America's Got Talent, gaining the attention of millions and earning their spot as semifinalists.  Their ability to manipulate popular songs and add their own personal style immediately captivated audiences both in studio and throughout homes in America, appealing to lovers of all genres of music. Howie Mandell of AGT said, "This IS America's music."

 

Accolades and honors for the band since their debut on AGT include traveling to Doha, Qatar to play for the military, multiple appearances on the Grand Ole Opry, Pre-game show concert for Super Bowl LI at NRG Arena in Houston, TX, National Anthems for The Falcons, Panthers, 49ers, Braves and NASCAR all-star truck races, and many festivals, fairs, performing arts centers and colleges.  Rounding out their resume, they have had the privilege of sharing the stage with legends such as Loretta Lynn, Charlie Daniels, Willie Nelson, Marty Stuart, and Dailey & Vincent.  

Two Concerts  . One Evening Full of Entertainment!

Carley Arrowood

along with

The Trailblazers

Saturday, July 10, 2021, 7:00 pm

Tickets will be available Spring 2021

With the release of her very first singles for Mountain Home Music Company, Carley Arrowood has begun to make her mark as an award-winning singer, a songwriter, and of course as a cutting-edge fiddler. You may recognize her from her time performing with the husband/wife duo Darin & Brooke Aldridge, but Carley is forming a new path all of her own. Her vocals are unmistakable, but her voice on the fiddle is also forceful and bright, winning her the IBMA Momentum Award for

Instrumentalist of the Year in 2017. Carley shares the stage with her sister Autumn on mandolin, boyfriend Daniel Thrailkill on guitar, and longtime friends Paul Watson and Sawyer Whitman on bass and banjo. Together they bring a refreshingly original sound to acoustic music that will leave you feeling exhilarated. 

Based in Rowan County, NC, the Trailblazers add energy and passion to a progressive sound in Bluegrass music. After forming in 2016, the Trailblazers have continued to live up to their name by pushing the boundaries and adding to their repertoire, creating original music and adding original arrangements to classic songs. They have been recognized by top festivals and bluegrass music events, taking home First Place in the 2017 Merlefest Band Contest, as well as the 2018 SPBGMA International Band Contest. In 2018 the Trailblazers were also awarded the IBMA Momentum Award for Band of the Year, being recognized as

an emerging band to keep an eye on in the bluegrass community. In October 2020, The Trailblazers released their sophomore album, “Space and Time”. The band is comprised of Alex Edwards on banjo, Daniel Thrailkill on guitar, Jonah Horton on mandolin, and Will Thrailkill on bass.

CUMBERLAND THUNDER

Saturday, August 28, 2021, 7:oo pm

Tickets will be available Spring 2021

Cumberland Thunder was formed in November of 2016 in Russell Springs, Kentucky.  With each member coming from a unique stylistic background, the music of Cumberland Thunder is an eclectic mix of old and new, combining to create something never before seen in the Christian music field.

With high energy performances reminiscent of days gone by, Cumberland Thunder is paving a new path forward in today’s music scene. Through moments of encouragement, laughter, and reflection, an evening with Cumberland Thunder is not one you will soon forget.  With each ebb and flow, their concerts take the listener on a journey that ultimately has one goal: don’t leave the same way you came!

We know you’ll love our events. Join us!

The Lincoln Theatre, Inc. is a 501(c)3 charitable organization.

Federal Tax ID: 54-1477479