Friday February 19th at 7:30 PM @ Jenny Jack Sun Farm
603 White Cemetery Road, Pine Mountain, GA 31822. jennyjackfarm.com
Facebook Event Link (Public): https://www.facebook.com/events/1553050565016682/
Saturday, February 20th at 7 PM at Whistlepig Productions
Venue is a private home in the Emory/Decatur area of Atlanta. For reservations and directions, please email: firstname.lastname@example.org. Reserved Seating only. Visit www.facebook.com/wppconcerts for more info on Whistlepig Producions
Suggested donation for each show is $10 – $15 per person.
All shows are BYOB, and light refreshments will be available. Shows last about 2 hours including a brief intermission, and doors open 30 minutes before showtime.
About The New Millennium Jelly Rollers
This foot-stompin’ duo has been playing wild fiddle tunes, singing low-down blues, and inspiring general hilarity all over the eastern United States for two years and counting. The New Millennium Jelly Rollers is composed of Max Godfrey and Elias Alexander, who began making music together by trading off verses on worksongs and spirituals. Since then, their sound has grown to encompass everything from country-blues to old-time dance tunes and Skillet-Licker-style sketch comedy.
Each performance by The New Millennium Jelly Rollers is more than just a concert—it’s an epic portrayal of the human struggle against modernity, a call-and-response singing session, and a discussion of the role that traditional music can play in healing and invigorating local communities. Bring a friend and come ready to cut loose and sing out!
They’ve performed in barns, houses, grange halls, and churches all over New England, as well as distinguished venues such as Club Passim in Boston and The Jalopy in Brooklyn.
Their self-titled debut album can be found at:
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Max is a local musician and music teacher who performs as part of the group know as Max and Maggie. You can follow his work at maxgodfrey.me. Elias is currently based in Boston and is a part of several groundbreaking traditional music projects. Check out his work at www.eliasalexander.com.