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Live Music – Hunter Lyons – at Hopkinsville Brewing Company

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.

Live Music – Josh DeArmond – at Hopkinsville Brewing Company

Join your friends on Saturday, December 14th for live music at Hopkinsville Brewing Company!

Muhlenberg County native Josh DeArmond has always had a passion for live music. He started his musical life as a drummer but after stumbling upon a live concert video of Lynyrd Skynyrd from 1976 as a teenager, he decided to pick up the guitar. It wasn’t until college that he started writing his own songs after being inspired by the lyrics of artist Joshua James. He draws inspiration from the darker aspects of life similar to the likes of Steve Earle, Chris Knight, and Jason Isbell.

Local Author Book Signing with Lisa Winter and Bill Harlan

Gracious Me! has something extra special planned for Saturday, November 23rd! Between 10:00 am-2:00 pm, authors Lisa Winter and Bill Harlan will be at the shop signing their new book, Angel’s Christmas.

Bill is in the Rockabilly Hall of Fame and will also be playing his very historic guitar! And there will be book giveaways! You won’t want to miss this event! Mark your calendars!

Live Music – Johnny Valentine – at Hopkinsville Brewing Company

Hopkinsville’s very own Johnny Valentine has been playing guitar and singing for bands (Division 16, Junk Munky, and others) in the Hopkinsville/Clarksville area for the past 20+ yrs. His new endeavor sees him just playing some stripped down acoustic versions of rock and country, varying from classic to new.

Live Music – Josh DeArmond – at Hopkinsville Brewing Company

Join your friends on Saturday, September 14th for live music at Hopkinsville Brewing Company!

Muhlenberg County native Josh DeArmond has always had a passion for live music. He started his musical life as a drummer but after stumbling upon a live concert video of Lynyrd Skynyrd from 1976 as a teenager, he decided to pick up the guitar. It wasn’t until college that he started writing his own songs after being inspired by the lyrics of artist Joshua James. He draws inspiration from the darker aspects of life similar to the likes of Steve Earle, Chris Knight, and Jason Isbell.

See you at HBC!