Smithsonian Institute's 'New Harmonies' Exhibit On Display In Georgia
January 29, 2013 at 8:14 AM (PT)
The SMITHSONIAN INSTITUTE will premiere a new traveling exhibit in FEBRUARY called "New Harmonies." The exhibit is designed to celebrate the diverse music that has stemmed from AMERICAN history.
MILL TOWN MUSIC HALL in BREMEN, GA will host the exhibit from FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 1st through SATURDAY, MARCH 9th. During that time, GEORGIA’s influence on music will be highlighted with performances from BO BICE, RHONDA VINCENT, GENE WATSON, LITTLE TEXAS and many more.
"We are honored to have MILL TOWN MUSIC HALL be a part of the ‘New Harmonies’ festivities and look forward to hosting a series of concerts by some very talented artists. We encourage the community to support all of these worthwhile events being held around town," said MILL TOWN MUSIC HALL Co-founder RANDALL REDDING.
Tickets for the concerts are available at www.MillTownMusicHall.com or by calling (770) 537-6455.