This year the Art House will be partnering with the Brick District Playhouse to feature live music and food outside of the Playhouse on Friday Oct. 7th.
The evening will start at 5:00 PM at the Art House which will be featuring an Americana themed exhibit with a special exhibit of the historic folk art of Fulton’s own Jesse Howard. The work of the “Many of Many Signs” will be on display.
The evening will than move up Court St, outside the newly renovated Brick District Playhouse. Kansas City songwriter Mark Stevenson will perform songs containing lyrics inspired by Jesse’s writings. Following this will be a performance by the Kay Brothers.
Jesse Howard: http://intuitiveeye.org/Jesse-Howard-The-Man-With-Many-Sign-s-and-Wonderers
Mark Stevenson and Jesse Howard: http://www.pitch.com/news/article/20606658/signs-of-life
The Kay Brothers: https://www.facebook.com/TheKayBrothers/
~ Bonafide Hillbillyin’ n’ Hootin’ n’ Hollerin’ Missouri Stompgrass and What Not ~
The spirit of Missouri ‘Stompgrass’ lives on in this brand spankin’ new quartet, The Kay Brothers. Though the group was born last spring, the members are certainly no strangers to the Midwest music scene. Hailing from such bands as The Hipnecks, The Hatrick, Mary & the Giant, and even a metal band – Ghost in the Machine – the players have been burning barns down since they were knee-high’s and can chug moonshine without shedding a single tear. Armed with Upright Bass, Fiddle, Guitar, Harmonicas, bass drum, washboard, and sibling harmonies, they make a lot of noise… if you ride on the jangle-stomp time machine, be careful not to crack a heel.