Bek and the Starlight Revue with Luna & Mtn Jets w/ Wayne Graham
The Empty Glass, 410 Elizabeth Street, Charleston, WV
Bek and the Starlight Revue Bek started out singing and writing songs in a little Methodist Church in the heart of the Appalachian Mountains. She has been performing and developing her songwriting skills for over 10 years with bands such as Second Street Revival and Kevin and Bek. Her honest songs about life, love, and heartache come from the real life experiences of a wife and mother who's faith is as strong as her swagger. Teamed with the Starlight Revue, Bek delivers a reverb drenched night of rock n roll you don't want to miss!
Wayne Graham is a band from southeast Kentucky made up of two brothers, Hayden and Kenny Miles. Their sound is eclectic yet familiar; a combination that resonates with young and old listeners alike. It has been said that they both are old souls and that comes through clearly in their music.
The two brothers started making music together very early on. Growing up in a musical family, they learned a little bit from everyone. They were involved in a couple of projects before they started Wayne Graham in 2010. They named the band after their grandfathers, Wayne Miles and Graham Kincer. Our music is about family, when you take a listen you become part of the story, because we sing about the joys and trials that every family faces.
Luna and the Mountain Jets is an Appalachian rock band from Eastern Kentucky. The core of the group is the husband and wife team of Teresa (guitar vocals) and Dave Prince (guitar/mandolin/vocals). As a duo, they draw material from their three CDs of original songs, which ranges from electric folk to Americana/twang rock. They also add drums for some performances as well as offering a full four-piece band on occasion. Luna is at home at a house concert, intimate coffeehouse, or opening for national touring acts like the Kentucky Headhunters, Marshall Tucker, and Larry Cordell. Having toured England and across the US, Luna and the Mountain Jets love to perform and meet new people. They never fail to win new fans and make friends wherever they go.