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It's time for another SOUTH BY SOUTH EAST MUSIC FEAST tomorrow night at the Myrtle Beach Train Depot!

Mar 08, 2013 -- 9:52am

 

You are invited
to a South by Southeast Music Feast
at the Historic Myrtle Beach Train Depot
... an intimate, non-smoking, listening venue.
(851 Broadway)

Featuring Fantastic Live Music
from NewGrass to Blues and Rock & Roll to Jazz

Next Event - Saturday, March 9th
The Mosier Brothers Trio

see more information below

Sponsored by SxSE Friends
New South Brewing and Bubba's Love Shak

Doors open at 6 pm | Music starts at 7
Feasting & Grazing from 6:30 until...

Click to buy advance tickets online and save

Admission includes FREE Potluck Dinner - Southern Style...
from BBQ, Pizza & Premium Hot Dogs to Covered Dishes and Desserts. Additional food for this event is graciously provided by Bubba's Love Shak of Murrells Inlet. FREE Beverages including excellent New South Draft Beer, Wine, Soft Drinks, Coffee and Water. Menu may vary.

And, it's for a GREAT CAUSE! A local, non-profit/charitable organization, SxSE supports local school music programs. You can help by attending the SxSE Music Feasts listed below.
Admission is $20 for online advance tickets; $25 at the door. Student admissions (under 21) may be available at some events at a discounted rate. We appreciate your purchase of advance tickets online. It enables us to better prepare for each event and it makes sure you have tickets for the show. 

The Mosier Brothers Trio - Saturday, March 9th

The Mosier Brothers coming to the Myrtle Beach Train DepotThe Mosier Brothers Trio will take center stage at the Depot on Saturday, March 9th.

"The Rev" Jeff Mosier is the founding member of the Blueground Undergrass, merging traditional sounds of bluegrass instruments with rock & roll tunes. The wonderful harmonies of the Mosier Brothers leads the way supported heartily by Jeff on banjo, Johnny Mosier on guitar, and Kris Dale on bass.

Come on out to the Depot and experience some sweet bluegrass jams and the "Wall of Twang"! A good time is guaranteed.

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