Country Classics "Then & Now"

By Capitol Theatre of Greeneville (other events)

Saturday, November 12 2022 7:00 PM 10:30 PM EST

CAPITOL THEATRE PRESENTS a night of Classic Country Music called “THEN and NOW”, a Salute to our American Veterans.

Join us on November 12, 2022, at 7 PM with the doors opening at 6:15 PM! 

Tickets are pre-sale for $20 and at the door for $25 with Veterans getting a $10 discount with proof of ID by calling to pre-purchase or at the door! 

In honor of this year's 2022 Veterans Day, the Capitol Theatre has lined up an All-Star cast of performers who are keeping the traditions of Classic Country Alive and Well. Greeneville’s own Singer/ Songwriter Josh Dean will be joined by Zach McNabb and his Tennessee Esquires and from just across the Tennessee/ Georgia line we welcome the youngest member of the cast, Ethan Slaughter. This is all topped off and will be hosted by the World Famous, Flying J’s featuring the golden voice of Mr. John Price. And direct from Dollywood’s Steam Locomotive Train Ride is our Master of Ceremonies, the legendary conductor Caleb Hodge.

These performers will be playing many hits from the early years of country music as well as singing some of their own songs that you will think came from those golden days. Each of these acts has its own slant to how the music and artist of yesteryear have influenced them and help them each create a unique style you will love and admire. And with guest MC Caleb Hodge you’ll be kept entertained the whole night long.

Ethan Slaughter has been heavily influenced by the likes of Jerry Lee, and Elvis Johnny Cash and the list for him goes on and on.  Ethan will for sure be proving the Hillbilly Rock to the show.

Zach McNabb, goes back to the very early days and with his stand-out voice, you’ll hear the Jimmy Rogers that we so miss these days. Zach is also joined by his brother Caleb, who plays fiddle and upright bass as well and sings harmony. A very dynamic duo to say the least.

Josh Dean, another newcomer to the area is a very accomplished songwriter and singer. He also pulls his style from the good ole days and has plenty of twangs to back it up. You’ll find his original songs very engaging and when he covers a classic artist, he does it with great conviction.

Not much to say about Flying J’s. They have been around for a while now and are a mainstay with the cast of Gatlinburg’s Tunes & Tales program, providing daily summertime music on the streets of Gatlinburg. Each member of the J’s is well known in the area as they all play several different groups and are found out playing somewhere almost every weekend.

The Master Ceremonies, Caleb Hodge comes to us from Dollywood and has been a source of much laughter for the patrons who enjoy a ride on the big ole steam engine.  We are honored to have him on board this very special evening of entertainment.

As you can see it going to be a jam-packed evening of great music, fun and laughter. The time is now to start planning, Join the Capitol Theatre for a grand salute to our Armed Forces American Veterans this November 12, 2022.

Capitol Theatre of Greeneville

Mailing Address

104 S. Main Street Greeneville, TN 37745