Jim Lauderdale, Larry Keel, Jeff Mosier, Acoustic Syndicate’s Steve “Big Daddy” McMurry and Derek Trucks Band’s Count M’Butu are among the acts slated to appear at the 7th Annual Holiday Hootenanny.
This year’s edition, which will take place at Atlanta’s Terminal West on December 20, benefits Habitat For Humanity and will honor the memory of Southeast music icon Col. Bruce Hampton. The event will also celebrate the legacy of Gregg Allman and Butch Trucks, both of whom left indelible marks on the area community. Other confirmed acts include: Johnny Knapp, Ralph Roddenbery, Pickled Holler’s Matthew Williams, Nick DiSebastian, Bill Fleming, Donna Hopkins, Kevin Thomas, Richie Jones, Gaurav Malhotra, Bobby Miller, Fiddlin’ Faye, Hot Buttered Rum String Band’s Zebulon Bowles and this year’s Grass is Dead/RockyGrass dobro competition winner, Jared Womack.
The evening will also boast a silent auction stocked with items ranging from festival experiences to dining opportunities, framed photography, artwork, jewelry, crafts and sports memorabilia.