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Page 6 April Edition Southern Pines Today McKenzies Mill To Perform In Europe Ryan and Justin Harris of Mckenzies Mill of West End, NC will be performing for the Grand Opening of the world famous Mario Barth Tattoo Studio in Graz, Austria on May 4th. Mckenzies Mill, Tommy Lee, DJ Aero and Josh Todd will feature live shows at the Festival all day long. Mario Barth Enterprises is the premier international tattoo organization with high-end tattoo studios including Starlight Tattoo, as well as King Ink at The Mirage, the industry’s fi rst and only tattoo studio and nightclub. CEO, entele including Usher, Sylvester Stallone, Lenny Kravitz, Tommy Lee, and many others. McKenzies Mill brothers, Ryan and Justin Harris met Mr. Barth while performing at a Barth event in Las Vegas, NV. ruary, the brothers, better known as McKenzies Mill were chosen as “Duo Of The Year”, at the Carolina Artists of the Year Awards”, show held on January 22 at the House Of Blues in Myrtle Beach. The band which has toured nationally, will now be heading to Europe. According to Ryan Harris “they love to get back home, support community charitable causes and to appreciate and embrace their small town “roots” of Moore County. Road in West End, NC, they captured their artist name of “McKenzies Mill”. Nashville has become home base for the band for the past 12 years after performing local concerts throughout Moore County. Ryan and Justin still fi nd time to write new songs and just fi nished producing two new singles. Mario Barth inventor and celebrity tattoo artist Mario Barth has an extraordinary cli- Justin & Ryan Harris Photo Courtesy Alyssa Duer That event drew over 40,000 people in attendance. The May 4th event will attempt to set a Guinness World Record for the most tattoo’s done, in an 8 hour period. As this newspaper reported in Feb- King Ink Studio, Las Vegas They still maintain a presence in the community by hosting charitable concerts at Christmas and other local causes in the the summer. Growing up on McKenzies Mill McKenzies Mill The band McKenzies Mill will be in concert locally on June 1st at Lakehouse Bar & Grill in Seven Lakes, NC. This is a free event that will benefi t local causes. By: Rick Levinger

Southern Pines Today April Edition Page 7 Mark your calendars to join the Town of Aberdeen for a fun day of entertainment at the Malcom Blue Farm in Aberdeen. Located at 1177 Bethesda Road in Aberdeen, the 7.5-acre Malcolm Blue Farm itself will take center stage as festival-goers listen to great music from 11 am until 6:30 pm and wander the grounds, and visit the restored 1825 farmhouse. A visit to the Malcolm Blue Farmstead will take you back in time to the early 1800’s. The 1825 farmhouse, museum, and grounds are shaded with 100-yearold Darlington oaks and there is a windmill, gristmill, water well and barns. Slated to play fi rst is the Tommy Edwards Bluegrass Experience. The host of Life 103.1’s “Bluegrass Saturday Night” is Tommy Edwards, lead singer and guitarist for The Bluegrass Experience, one of the Southeast’s most respected traditional music groups. TOMMY EDWARDS BLUEGRASS EXPERIENCE He was twice named World Champion Bluegrass Guitarist and has recorded or performed live with an array of bluegrass greats, including Jimmy Martin, Bobby Hicks, Peter Rowan, Jimmy Mills, Dan Crary, Jack Lawrence, and Mike Cross. He has recorded four albums with The Bluegrass Experience and has three solo discs. TIME SAWYER Time Sawyer is interested in “real A Festival At The Farm Blue & Brews Saturday April 21st $5 Admission STAGE LINEUP 11:00-12:30pm- Tommy Edwards Bluegrass Experience 1:00-2:30pm- Time Sawyer 3:00-4:30- Unspoken Tradition 5:00-6:30pm- The Road Band Railhouse Brewery & Southern Pines Brewing Company Beer, Cider and Food Available For Purchase! people and real songs” and that’s just what the listener fi nds in their music – a sense of realness. Time Sawyer blends a grassroots feel with heart-felt lyrics to put on an entertaining show. From introspective ballads to high-energy crowd-pleasers, Time Sawyer’s songs land in that rootsy sweet spot where folk, alt-country, and rock gather for a good time. Time Sawyer has performed on the stages of some of the Southeast’s most iconic festivals, including Merlefest, Floydfest, Bristol Rhythm and Roots Reunion, Rhythm n’ Blooms, Carolina in the Fall and IBMA’s Bluegrass First Class. They’ve shared bills with Langhorne Slim, Phil Cook, Steep Canyon Rangers, The Wood Brothers, Joe Pug, Holy Ghost Tent Revival, and many more. The memorable lyrics and strong melodies result in songs that will stay in your head long after the music stops. Time Sawyer continues to develop a Sponsored By Aberdeen Parks and Recreation Department & Malcom Blue Farm loyal and growing fan base. Whether they’re playing in an intimate listening room or a large outdoor festival, their goal is to forge a face-to-face connection with the audience so that they become friends who happen to be fans. Band members are Houston Norris, Sam Tayloe , Luke Mears, Jordan Nelson, & Court Wynter. UTB UNSPOKEN TRADITION From the hotbed of North Carolina’s Bluegrass country, in a region where great picking and singing is the norm, Unspoken Tradition rises to the top. The Cherryville-based fi ve piece band – consisting of Audie McGinnis (Guitar, Vocals), Lee Shuford (Bass, Vocals), Tim Gardner (Fiddle, Vocals), Ty Gilpin (Mandolin, Vocals), and Zane McGinnis (Banjo) – follows its acclaimed fi rst release Simple Little Town with a stellar sophomore effort in Miles Between. Like the debut release, which included Top 20 placement on the Bluegrass Unlim-ited Radio Chart, Miles Between is predominantly original songs written by mem-bers of the band. The songs are played with passion and the lyrics are highly per-sonal and thoughtful – sometimes tragic. From the syncopated kick-off with “Point of Rocks Station,” written by Paula Breedlove and Brad Davis, to the super bluesy timing switch-up of “One More Drink,” penned by Lee Shuford, Miles Between is both exciting and original. “The Bullet,” written by Audie McGinnis, breaks down presumed stereotypical Bluegrass subject matter and gives the listener a unique perspective on confl ict through the unexpected point of view of an inanimate object. “Been In Love Before” by Ty Gilpin is a song with a bitter tinge about love lost, but not forgotten and “Rivers That I’ve Crossed” by Lee Shuford tells of a tragedy that’s heartbreaking with the vocal emotion to match. The title track “Miles Between Them” from Audie McGinnis is a relatable song about relationships tested by life on the road. Miles Between includes a fast moving traditional style instrumental from Gilpin where high speed, melodic breaks trade off each other. The band also includes what was a trademark subject from their previous album – the struggle of making a living from the land – with “One Mule Plow” written by Patrick McDougal. With this release, Unspoken Tradition rises to the challenge faced by every artist; following a strong debut with and even more impressive second album. By: Millie Jameson

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