6:00pm - 8:00pm Location: Waveland Historic Site 225 Waveland Museum Ln Lexington, KY 40514 Address: 225 Waveland Museum Ln, Lexington, KY 40514 Website
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Scott Collin’s Concerts at the Waveland Barn
You're invited to come relive the great radio hits of the past. Scott Collins & friends are sure to take you back to the simpler days of artists like John Denver, Jim Croce, Gordon Lightfoot, Eagles, Bread, James Taylor, Peter, Paul & Mary, America, Simon & Garfunkel, CCR, Neil Diamond, ETC. This one time only concert will have you tapping your toes & remembering when.
2-4pm and 6-8pm
Tickets - $20.00
Chef Tally’s BBQ food truck will be available for a tasty Kentucky treat!
Scott Collins is a native Kentuckian and has attended both University of Ky & Georgetown College in their respective music programs.
Through the years, Scott has performed locally in many restaurants, coffee houses, festivals, banquets, and concerts as well as providing musical entertainment and comedy for events in the US and abroad as well. He has been privileged to use his gifts to provide people a unique Kentucky musical experience in many countries, such as: Russia, Philippines, Africa, Peru, Panama, and many music tours in Germany as well as many parts of the United States, including Branson Mo. and Nashville. Scott has also had the pleasure of recording & performing with the late Jim Varney, perhaps know best from his character Ernest P. Worrell.
Scott is an instrumentalist/composer that employs a form of instrumentation that is fairly unique. In essence, he's a one man band using several instruments and technologies including guitar, harmonica, banjo, and vocals to provide people with many of their favorite songs ranging from Country and Bluegrass, to Gospel and Popular Hits from the 50s-80s. Once called the "Human Oldies Jukebox" due to his large repertoire.
His latest venture is writing an original musical play based on Hank Williams Sr. called "Nobody Could Hurt Like Hank" that has toured many theaters in Kentucky to rave reviews.
"Music is the universal language of mankind." - Henry Wadsworth Longfellow