This whole house event, at the beautiful Southgate House Revival, put together by local musician and Rabbit Hash lover, Kelly Thomas (Wilder - and the first lady of Cincinnati Music), to bring the local music community together to help raise funds to rebuild the General Store in Rabbit Hash that was destroyed by fire on February 13, 2016. The store had been in continual operation since 1831, according to the Rabbit Hash Historical Society - a span in which 38 U.S. presidents took office. The store at 10021 Lower River Road was on the National Register of Historic Places. Not only was it a historical landmark, it served as a much loved performance space for many area musicians, for the past fifteen years.
The event will include performances by over 30 acts, a silent auction, and open mic, on Sunday. All proceeds to benefit The Rabbit Hash Historical Society and Terrie Markesbery, the store’s proprietor, for the rebuilding of The General Store.
$15 suggested donation per day or $20 for a weekend pass. All ages event.
SATURDAY, May 28th ( Music Starts at 7:30)
The Center of The Universe Band Lightning Tim Trio
Jake Speed & The Freddies Mudpies
Lawson Family Reunion Harlot
500 Miles to Memphis Lovecrush88
Wilder Part-Time Gentlemen
Ricky Nye G. Miles
Rabbit Hash String Band Wonky Tonk
Honey & Houston Hickory Robot
SUNDAY, May 29th (Music Starts at 4)
The Tillers Andyman Hopkins
Kentucky Struts Shiny And The Spoon
Hillbilly Harem & Anna Mae Buffalo Wabs & The Price Hill Hustle
Ma Crow and The Lady Slippers Judge n Jury
Magnolia Mountain The Turkeys
Straw Boss Moonshine & Wine
The Swells (Lexington) Dallas Moore
Leroy Ellington Band Krystal Peterson & The Queen City Band