Wyldeheart to Headline July 20th Lyrics on the Lawn Concert
Main Street Greeneville’s Summer Concert Series celebrates ten years with the third show of 2023 on Thursday, July 20 at 7:00 pm. The FREE concert will be held on the lawn of the Dickson-Williams Mansion in the heart of downtown Greeneville, Tennessee. The concerts take place each Thursday evening in July. This week’s concert and the third of the season will open with Moon bs Venus followed by headliner Wyldeheart. The opening act will begin at 7 with intermission scheduled for 7:45 and the headliner taking the stage at 8. The event is scheduled rain or shine on the lawn of the mansion. Severe weather may force a cancellation so stay tuned to all forms of media for updates.
Moon vs Venus BIO
Moon Vs Venus is new music from E Moon and Franky B that is simply out of this world. Experimental music combining elements of rock, blues, jazz, funk and hip-hop into a wonderful mix of cosmic bliss. Joining the band for the performance will be pianist, Glenn Rasmussun and drummer Isrial Weaver. They are based out of Greeneville, TN. www.cityfarmrecords.com
WyldeHeart, widely considered the region’s top multi genre party band, hails from Bristol Tennessee. When founded in 2014, the band’s mission was simple; entertain everyone regardless of age or genre preference! Fans of all ages are regularly entertained with Rock, Country, Pop, Dance, Funk, and Rap hits spanning multiple decades!
The Loafer says, “Local favorites’ WyldeHeart is considered one of the best party bands in the region, and the band delivers a diverse set-list to their shows that’s guaranteed to leave their audiences happy.”
The Johnson City Press writes, “WyldeHeart formed in 2014 and is one of the region’s top party bands.”
In 2020, WyldeHeart was Josie Music Award Finalists for Group of the Year (Multi-Genre) and Entertainer of the Year (Group).
They have headlined the Bristol Motor Speedway NASCAR Fan Zone, Clinch River Days Festival, Carolina Pushrod, The World-Famous Roland and Martin Tiki Bar in Clewiston, FL, and the Roan Mountain Independence Day Festival. Most recently the band has performed regularly at Blake Shelton’s Ole Red in Gatlinburg, and they have also shared the stage with Wynonna Judd at the World-Famous Cotton Eyed Joe in Knoxville, TN.
The band currently consists of Marques Puckett (Lead Vocalist), Mike Eldreth (Bass), Ric Burns (Drums) and Randy Bettis (Lead Guitar) and has the support of more than 7,000 loyal social media followers!
On-site event food vendors for this concert include Creamy Cup, Hix BBQ, and Main Street Greeneville. More vendors to be added throughout the series. Food service is scheduled to start at 6:00 pm. Note: Creamy Cup, Hix BBQ and Others will locate across the street from the mansion. Main Street Greeneville will be located near the stage selling water and popcorn. Other options can be from the downtown area merchants. Cumberland Presbyterian Church plans to set-up dining tables and chairs near the food vendors for guests to enjoy.
The Lyrics on the Lawn concerts are family friendly and open to all. Folks are encouraged to bring a lawn chair or blanket. You are welcome to bring a picnic supper. The event is Smoke Free with a designated area. The event is not permitted for alcohol. Please note pets are welcome, however they must remain within the designated Fido Friendly area at the top of the hill during the event.
Joining Main Street Greeneville to bring the community this concert are Lyrics on the Lawn sponsors, known at press time, Andrew Johnson Bank, Casper’s Body Shop and Wrecker Service, Consumer Credit Union, Eastman Credit Union, Gosnell’s Stereo & Music, Greeneville Energy Authority, Greeneville Federal Bank, Heritage Community Bank, Marsh Propane, Edward Jones Investments – Billy Endean, Nickle Ridge Winery, Skyline Restoration and Maintenance, LLC, Southbound Real Estate, Spiritual Care Counseling, Tusculum University, and A. Dave Wright Architect.
Additional partners of Main Street: Greeneville helping to bring the concerts to life are Creamy Cup, Cumberland Presbyterian Church, Dickson-Williams Historical Association, EMS, General Morgan Inn, Mamma T’s Eats & Treats, Radio Greeneville, Road Show Mobile Stages, Sound Studio Live, Top Dog Hot Dog, Town of Greeneville, Public Works, Greeneville Fire Department, and Greeneville Police Department along with a host of volunteers.
Although the concerts are free to attend, donations are welcomed by Main Street: Greeneville, a non-profit 501c3 organization. Donations collected at the concerts help to defray series expenses. Jann Mirkov, Main Street’s Executive Director stated, “Words can’t express how thankful we are to those that donate to our program. As a non-profit, we rely on the generosity of those in our community to support our efforts to revitalize our downtown. We thank everyone for their generous donations.”
The Lyrics on the Lawn series was created by Main Street: Greeneville in co-operation with the Dickson-Williams Historical Association to showcase regional musical talent.
The Dickson-Williams Mansion is located at 108 North Irish Street, adjacent to the General Morgan Inn in the heart of historic downtown Greeneville, TN. Mansion tours leaving from the hotel lobby are offered daily at 1:00pm
July 27th Lineup opens with The Color 7 followed by headliner The Whiskey Sticks. Visit www.mainstreetgreeneville,org for additional information.