Music City Roots Brings its Musical Variety Show to Monteagle

Arts & Entertainment

On Friday, June 21, the Monteagle Sunday School Assembly will host Music City Roots, a Franklin, Tenn.-based radio show in a rare out-of-Nashville performance. Nashville’s beloved Americana music variety show and national TV/radio broadcast brings outstanding performance and old-time radio ambience to Monteagle for a fourth straight year. 

Join guest host Greg Hall, announcer Keith Bilbrey, and on-site journalist / interview guy Craig Havighurst, all who will keep the night crackling and informative as you enjoy a sampling of the finest roots and regional music being made today. 

Now partnered with WMOT/Roots Radio out of Middle Tennessee State, the show is a live showcase for culture and a good time for every generation. 

Admission is free. The doors of the Assembly’s historic auditorium will open at 6 p.m., and the show will start at 7 p.m. Those wishing to attend should stop by the front gate at the Assembly to get a free four-hour grounds pass. 

Seating in the auditorium will be on a first-come, first-served basis, but there is plenty of outdoor seating. Residents are encouraged to bring a blanket and picnic to enjoy the music under the stars.

Music City Roots is a weekly live radio show and HD webcast featuring the finest roots and Americana music based in or passing through Nashville. Since going on the air in October 2009, Music City Roots has broadcast the authentic sound of today’s Music City, embracing the traditional and the progressive in equal measure. Every Wednesday night at 7 p.m. central, four guest artists perform to an audience of 300-800 people in Liberty Hall in the Factory at Franklin. They further reach thousands of viewers worldwide via <> and the Roots Radio Network. The show also goes out nationwide as a 14-week series on American Public Television.