Tod Hornby is bringing his acoustic magic back to the Pit! Prime Rib - slow-cooked in The Snake Pit's smokers - will be served from 4 pm until we sell out. Tod will be playing from 6:00 - 8:00. Don't miss out!
Scott has been involved in many artistic endeavors over the years but his first love is in the writing and performing of his original and standard songs from the 60's 80’s and beyond.. With his roots in blues and country rock, performing acoustic songs from artists like James Taylor, Garth Brooks, the Beatles and many more, Scott strives to bring out strong vocal and acoustic melodies in each and every song.... See MoreSee Less
T & Company with Frank Peretti brings their 'eclectic acoustic' musical mix to The Snake Pit again this Sunday!
Combining musical backgrounds and decades of experience in local and touring bands, T and Company present an easy listening experience with the ring of acoustic strings and the blending of warm, pleasant harmonies.
Genre? Call it “eclectic acoustic.” Beatles, Beach Boys, Dylan, Denver, 40s swing, 50s oldies, 60s and 70s favorites, bluegrass, country, something for just about everybody, performed in a laid back style, rich in smiles and humor.... See MoreSee Less
Four Peace brings their unique mix of bluegrass, Van Morrison and the Grateful Dead back to The Snake Pit. Prime rib - slow-cooked in The Snake Pit's smoker - will be served from 4 pm until we sell out. Music will start around 6.
Cece Censor is a 26 year old singer/songwriter from Southern California. She draws her sound from artists such as Ed Sheeran, Elvis Presley, and Amy Winehouse. She has been writing her own music since her early teens and has experience performing her own solo material as well as fronting and writing for a rock band. She has played in many different venues with different settings such as small open mics to larger venues.... See MoreSee Less
Alma (say it like "Alamo") lives in Western North Carolina. She plays patchwork music: country, folk, and Appalachian roots sewn together to make something unique. Songwriting is cheaper than therapy, and old songs make her happy. Music has taken her lots of places, from the hometown bars to church to the highway. She spent a while performing as an entertainer on a passenger train, and she wound up getting 3 yeses from ABC's American Idol Judges on Season 1 and being sent to the Dolby Theatre in Hollywood, CA. Music continues to give her stories to tell. As a kid she'd spend summers in the Great Grandma's mountain house in Western NC. Her English teacher Mama took her to historical book readings and heritage events, and she fell in love with mountain culture and heritage - especially the music. She was the kid frolicking arounud the yard singing Scotch-Irish murder ballads, passed down through generations; songs about old-true loves and the occasional knife to the heart. She started taking fiddle lessons around age 12, practicing old-time tunes outside because of the dying-cat noises, and then she went on to learn clawhamer banjo and guitar. She's played in lots of bands, but she's mostly a solo act these days. Her musical influences include country gold, bluegrass, folk, old-time, americana, and blues. She attributes inspiration to artists such as Allison Krauss, Gillian Welch, Ola Belle Reed, Bobbie Gentry, Dolly Parton, Sheila Kay Adams, Emmylou Harris, Lucinda Williams, and so many more. Apparently she sounds a lot like Jewel. She's super happy to be playing for ya'll.... See MoreSee Less