After a successful launch on June 4th with Yola Carter and Gill Landry performing shows the Sights and Sounds of Tennessee exhibit will continue at London's Waterloo station until June 17th. Over the next ten days or so some great artists will be performing 2-4pm on weekdays with a Jack Daniel's Happy Hour from 4-6pm to follow. Bennett Wilson Poole and Worry Dolls are among the top acts playing sets. More about the exhibit, including the chance to win a holiday to Tennessee, who's performing and the idea behind the exhibit follows:
Live music will be held at the exhibit weekdays from 2 - 4pm featuring acts curated by the UK Americana Music Association (AMA UK); followed by a Jack Daniel’s 'Happy Hour' from 4 - 6pm with complimentary drinks. Artists scheduled to appear over the next two weeks:
Robert Vincent, 6 June
Danni Nicholls, 7 June
The Luck, 8 June
Bennett Wilson Poole, 11 June
Jake Morrell, 12 June
Worry Dolls, 13 June
Rob Heron, 14 June
Martin Harley, 15 June
The exhibit is part of a month-long campaign featuring the Tennessee destinations of Nashville, Memphis and Knoxville that follows British Airways’ introduction of its five-days-per-week nonstop service from London Heathrow to Nashville, the capital city and centre to the state.
The Sounds of Tennessee exhibit at Waterloo and digital boards throughout London ask the question 'Where will your music take you?' and feature custom Spotify playlists that will serve as a formal invitation to British holidaymakers to visit Tennessee, one of the world’s top travel destinations for music lovers. Fans can also visit www.tnholiday.com to connect their Spotify account, create a custom Tennessee holiday itinerary and a chance to win a free trip to Tennessee!