Mark Your Calendar - February 22, 2013
MIDDLEBURY, IN - Entertainers, Stacy Grubb and Clay Hess, along with The Clay Hess Band, will visit Heritage Hall in MIddlebury, Indiana, to provide an evening of live bluegrass entertainment.
Stacy Grubb's sound blends elements of bluegrass, country, pop, soul and gospel, all of which can be heard on her debut album, "Hurricane". She grew up in the Appalachian hills of West Virginia, in McDowell County. In 2004, Stacy joined her dad's music group, The McDowell County Project and Ron Block, of Alison Krauss and Union Station has stated, "She's a top notch singer and writer plus she's country and real."
Clay Hess is a Grammy award winner who first burst upon the national bluegrass music scene as a guitarist with Ricky Skaggs and Kentucky Thunder. In 1995, Clay won the Ohio State Guitar Championship and at age 19, was hired to play guitar with the band, True Blue, at Dollywood. In 1999, he got the call to fill the guitar slot for Kentucky Thunder which he did for three years before stepping out on his own.
Friday, February 22nd, Stacy Grubb and Clay Hess will be featured during a concert at Essenhaus Heritage Hall beginning at 7:00pm. Tickets for this concert are available on-site during regular business hours, via telephone or via the Internet website: www.Essenhaus.com. General admission tickets purchased in advance are $15.00 per person. Admission price includes roughly two hours of live entertainment by the performers and their bands.
The main campus of Das Dutchman Essenhaus is located at 240 US 20, Middlebury, IN. Information regarding the performers can be found at www.StacyGrubb.com and www.ClayHess.com.