ELEANOR STUDIOS PRESENTS WILL CARTER AND TRISHA GENE BRADY WITH ELI FOX FRIDAY, AUG 11 @ 8:00 PM
“The WDVX 6 O’Clock Swerve” is weekly musical trip with talented regional artists featuring live performances and insightful interviews in a living room atmosphere.
The WDVX Six O’clock Swerve is live from Barley’s Taproom & Pizzeria in Knoxville’s Old City on Thursdays from 6-7PM. Free & open to the public.
Eli and his band will be playing songs off of the new album live on WDVX 89.9 FM and wdvx.com
Tune in or come on down to Boyd's Jig and Reel in Knoxville in the Old City
Show starts and 7:00 PM
On air until 8:00 PM. Eli and the band will play an extra 30 minutes for the live audience
Tickets are $7 in advance and $10 at the door
Join us on May 5th and 6th, 2017 for WDVX’s Twenty Year Anniversary Camperfest Reunion. Named in honor of the original WDVX broadcast camper studio, the original East Tennessee Americana Music Festival is heading back to Dumplin Valley Farm as part of our twentieth anniversary celebration.
Featuring the music of:
Scott Miller and the Commonwealth
…more to be announced!
Stay tuned for additional details and ticket information, and mark your calendars now to join us at Camperfest!
Eli will play from 4:45 - 5:15pm.
The Knoxville Stomp is a four-day festival celebrating the re-mastering and release of a newly recovered collection of recordings made at Knoxville, Tennessee’s St. James Hotel in 1929 and 1930 known as the St. James Sessions. The citywide festival will highlight Knoxville’s varied musical heritage and the diverse voices that contributed to the city’s musical history. Dom Flemons headlines this exciting event, which also features a museum exhibition, record show, panel discussions and lots of live music.
More details at: http://knoxstomp.com/
Come out to hear Eli play two sets at Wild Wings Cafe: 6:30 - 7:15 p.m. and 7:30 - 8:15 p.m.
The WDVX Blue Plate Special® is a live performance radio show held at noon, Monday through Saturday, at the Knoxville Visitor Center on the corner of Gay Street and Summit Hill Drive. It’s free and open to an audience of all ages!