A Quilt City Hustle is coming to jam out at Hopkinsville Brewing Company! See them play Saturday, June 27th at 6:00 pm!
Join your friends on Saturday, May 30th for live music at Hopkinsville Brewing Company!
Mercury Blonde is a nationally touring Americana/Southern Rock band based in East Nashville, Tennessee. The band was formed in 2017 when each member decided to make the move to music city to pursue a career in music and ended up finding each other through the vast network of open jams. Each member of the band is from the east and the mid-west area of the United States.
The band released their debut record “Left on Gallatin” in 2018, recorded in Coop DeVille Studios by Wes Little, where each song has its own meaning on how to approach certain life situations, past relationships, and also admitting that sometimes the best course of action is to just run away. The sounds of rocking slide guitar remind you of Derek Trucks, and the vocals give you the songwriting sense of Steve Earle. This record encompasses the sound of Mercury Blonde with their new sounds of Americana mixed with old school sounds of rock n’roll.
The band has toured across the state of Tennessee, performed on live radio for the Blue Plate Special radio show in Knoxville, they have traveled as far south as Austin, TX to play the Red Gorilla Festival, and have made their way north to play The Elbo Room in Chicago and Frankie’s Blue Room in Naperville, IL.
Mercury Blonde is fronted by lead vocalist Zach Sarapas, with Dan Wecht (lead/slide guitar/vocals), Mario Galati (bass), and Tyler Peck (drums).
Join your friends on Saturday, April 25th for live music at Hopkinsville Brewing Company!
Based in Cincinnati, OH, Elia Burkhart has been singing and writing songs for over 10 years. He has performed as a soloist and led his own groups, and has worked as a sideman (playing guitar, upright bass, and more) in several local and touring bands. Elia’s songs range from blues to country to rock n’ roll, and have been compared to the writing of Gram Parsons, Bright Eyes and the Beatles.
Join the Museums of Historic Hopkinsville-Christian County at History on Tap at Hopkinsville Brewing Company on Thursday, April 16 at 6:30 pm. Members of Hopkinsville’s Rotary Club will share about the club’s 100th anniversary in our community just ahead of the kick off of their 70th annual Rotary Auction.
Join your friends on Saturday, April 11th for live music at Hopkinsville Brewing Company!
Small town sensation Dakota Danielle broke into the country scene with the release of her debut single “One Church” last year, which quickly and independently garnered over 56k streams on Spotify. After the video premiered on The Country Network , Dakota followed with the release of her sophomore single “Forever.” The highly relatable, slightly nostalgic songs are self-penned and produced by Mookie & Evan with Michael J. Clouse III (Jeff Buckley, The Rolling Stones’ Nicky Hopkins, Thin Lizzy’s Marco Mendoza). Influenced by artists ranging from Dolly Parton to Chris Stapleton and Aretha Franklin, the 27-year-old singer songwriter brings a fresh twist to country music.
Following the loss of her mother last year, the 27-year-old dove into writing to begin her healing process. This led to her debut EP My Mother’s Daughter and her most recent single “One Day Closer To You.” Dakota filled her mother’s role as caretaker to her father, who was battling cancer. When she lost her father in June, her latest track took on a profound meaning. It evokes a visceral response for anyone who has experienced loss. The self-penned projects are a reflection of her past and touch on the changes brought about by these challenging life events.
The Teutopolis, Illinois native is taking on Nashville after completing a degree in Commercial Songwriting at Middle Tennessee State University. Grinding to make a name for herself, Dakota’s unparalleled work ethic is evident with her regular appearances in Music City. Hoping to inspire children to follow their dreams, Dakota frequents schools to deliver motivational speeches. With a guitar in one hand and a pen in the other, her goal is to inspire and heal fans through her deeply personal, yet charismatic music.
Join your friends on Saturday, March 28th for live music at Hopkinsville Brewing Company!
Trey Binkley is a singer-songwriter/multi-instrumentalist in Murfreesboro, TN. He plays a variety of music from country to rock to blues.
Your friends at Hopkinsville Brewing Company are having a New Beer Release!
You didn’t think HBC would let a little thing like social distancing keep them from releasing new beers, did you?
Here’s our nod to current events, “Working from home, honey…” ale. It’s light and easy-drinking, with loads of honey added for a touch of sweetness. It’s the perfect spring beer for mowing the lawn or surviving conference calls in your pajamas.
Join your friends on Saturday, March 14th for jazz night at Hopkinsville Brewing Company!
Harold Dawson Jr. is a smooth jazz saxophonist who fell in love with the saxophone at age of 13. He heightened his music talents through middle school and high school teacher, earning his first solo “Isn’t She Lovely” by Stevie Wonder. Dawson’s favorite artists are Kenny G, Dave Koz, and Boney James. He dreams of becoming a famous saxophonist and continuing to bring back the art of smooth jazz.
Join your friends on Saturday, March 7th for live music at Hopkinsville Brewing Company!
A native of Mechanicsburg, Pennsylvania, Hunter Lyons has been playing guitar since the age of eight. He relocated to Nashville in June 2017, and works in the trades most of the week. He spends every extra hour playing guitar, writing tunes and telling stories.
Join your friends on Saturday, February 29th for live music at Hopkinsville Brewing Company!