The festival will present the sounds of the region, with a wide variety of music from bluegrass to jazz to local vocalists and musicians. Pickin’ at the Doaks, which is a traditional music jam session, will be held at the Doak House Museum on Friday at 6 p.m. and Saturday at noon. Saturday’s performance will be a special session with a surprise guest.
Highlights of the performance schedule will be Americana band Annabella’s Curse and Appalachian Reggae artist Ras Allen who will perform on Friday evening. Saturday evening will feature two classic rock bands, Shiloh and the Kevin Wilder Group.
Other performers will include Tusculum College student groups, Capgun Alliance, fiddler Carson Peters, Claxton Creek, Curtis and Jim Moneyhun, Fire Cry, Frankie B. & the New Chronic Dream, Jimmie D., Joyce Carroll, Living Testament, Lonesome Pine, Mike Joy, Shiloh Road, Step Cousins, Steven Brown, the Madisons, the Matt Sanders Group, the Thursday Night Boys, Think Floyd and Zack Wampler.
See a full list of the Tusculum College Old Oak Festival musical guests.