Song of the Mountains® is entertainmentengagementenrichment in beautiful Marion, VA.
Live concerts are held monthly at The Lincoln Theatre® in Marion, Virginia with shows videotaped for our award winning Television Series which can be seen on public television affiliates throughout the country.
Saturday, September 3, 2016 --- BUY TICKETS
Featuring Edgar Loudermilk Band featuring Jeff Autry, Tim White with Troublesome Hollow, Raymond McLain & Mike Stevens, and Michael Reno Harrell!
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The Lincoln Theatre
The Lincoln Theatre is located at the heart of Downtown Marion's Historic District. Originally built in 1929, the theatre was the dream of entrepreneur Charles C. Lincoln and the premiere movie house of Southwest Virginia. The Lincoln Theatre's Art Deco interior was designed to evoke images of an ancient Mayan temple and is now one of only three theatres of this style left in existence. With six enormous murals depicting early American national and local history, The Lincoln is a one-of-a-kind venue.
Following a complete restoration in 2004, The Lincoln Theatre has brought considerable pride, economic development, and notoriety to the local community. The Song of the Mountains® concert series has been a large part of that growth and today works as a partner with its host organization to bring Appalachian music and culture to people across America and around the world. Song of the Mountains® is a program of The Appalachian Music Heritage Foundation, a non-profit organization.
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(276) 783-6092 Song of the Mountains® incorporates both traditional and contemporary performance styles in featuring old-time and bluegrass music from the region's brightest stars.
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Song of the Mountains® can reach more than 121 MILLION people across America and around the world!
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Our Bluegrass, Old Time, Gospel & Americana Music Concert Series!Song of the Mountains® joins the rich tradition of native music of the Appalachian Blue Ridge, a tradition known for gifted musicians, dynamic performances, and historic venues.