Peter Rowan: Carter Stanley's Eyes with special guests Don Rigsby and Scott Law

CD release concert celebrating a bluegrass legend

Peter Rowan: Carter Stanley's Eyes with special guests Don Rigsby and Scott Law

Don Rigsby, Scott Law

Saturday, December 8th

Doors: 7:00 pm / Show: 8:00 pm

$26 ADV / $30 DOOR (plus fees)

  • All tickets are subject to an additional $4 per ticket facility fee.

Peter Rowan
Peter Rowan
Grammy-award winner Peter Rowan’s career as a singer-songwriter spans over five decades. From his early years playing under the tutelage of Bluegrass veteran Bill Monroe, to his time in Old & In the Way with Jerry Garcia and Vasser Clements, to his breakout as a solo musician and bandleader, Rowan has built a devoted, international fan base through a solid stream of recordings, collaborative projects, and constant touring. Born in Wayland, Massachusetts to a musical family, Peter formed his first band when he was still in high school, and began his professional career in 1963 in the Bluegrass Boys, led by the founding father of bluegrass, Bill Monroe. The late ‘60s and early 70’s saw Rowan involved in a number of rock, folk and bluegrass projects, and in the late 70’s he embarked on a solo career. These days, in addition to solo performances, he plays in several bands: the Peter Rowan Bluegrass Band, Big Twang Theory, Twang n Groove, and The Free Mexican Air Force. Peter’s 42nd and latest release is the 2018 Carter Stanley’s Eyes on Rebel Records.
Don Rigsby
Don Rigsby
Don Rigsby, from Isonville, Kentucky, is a word-class singer, mandolin player, fiddler, guitarist, and producer in the bluegrass tradition. He is known for his solo career, and for his work with the Lonesome River Band and Longview.
Scott Law
Scott Law
Multifaceted artist Scott Law is a powerful instrumentalist, singer­-songwriter and raconteur operating at the very highest level of his craft. Hailed as an “esteemed flat-picker” by Acoustic Guitar magazine, Law is equally reverent and inventive on electric guitar, acoustic guitar and mandolin and sought after as both leader and accompanist.

Law’s shape-shifting sonics reflect primary colors of the American musical panorama. Having sown deep roots in blues and the Bakersfield-tinged country Telecaster of Don Rich and Clarence White, Law’s electric guitar is widely appreciated for giving a feel and melodic fluidity reminiscent of Jerry Garcia.

Law’s acoustic touch free-ranges from the hardcore flat-picking school of Doc Watson to the finger-style rags & blues of Big Bill Broonzy and Mississippi John Hurt. On mandolin, Scott brings a dusky, driving tonality primarily influenced by Bill Monroe and David Grisman.