Leftover Salmon to get Covington hooked

October 14, 2012 by  

The group Leftover Salmon – a slam-grass pioneer in the industry and one of the very first bluegrass groups to introduce drums, as well as tour all the rock and roll bars performing with their new sound – will be making an appearance at the Madison Theatre this coming week. This concert is presented by Sherpa Concerts.

With more than 25 years under its belt, Leftover Salmon has been performing string-based rootsy music to large audiences and created a huge following. The time appears to be just right for this group to be back on the road, as they have released many albums over the past few years, despite losing banjoist Mark Vann to cancer in 2002 and taking a one year hiatus to regroup. The group has changed lineup a few times but is moving forward with some great sounds and is a worthy group to see for those into bluegrass with a beat.

Poster printing, flyer printing, and other printing services may have been used to promote Leftover Salmon to fans and newcomers in this area and surrounding regions. Admission is $20 per person and all ages are welcome. The concert is on Tuesday, October 16, at 8:00 pm at the Madison Theatre located at 730 Madison Avenue in Covington, Kentucky, just six miles down the road from Crescent Springs, Kentucky. To purchase tickets or find more information, please visit the Madison Theatre website or call the box office during normal business hours.