LOGAN — The Coal Cave Hollow Boys, a Columbus-based bluegrass band, will be the host band at Music in the Park Friday night in Downtown Logan.
The Coal Cave Hollow Boys masterfully weave rock and classic country into their sound. Lincoln Mash, lead singer and guitarist, has teamed up with experienced regional musicians, Thomas Adams (mandolin) and Pete Mendenhall (bass), to establish TCCHB.
Mash started playing guitar at the age of seven and his fast and flawless guitar picking will bring applause from any crowd. His vocals carry sounds seasoned beyond his years.
TCCHB have shared the stage with notable bands such as Billy Strings, Reverend Payton’s Big Damn Band, and Town Mountain.
Concerts run from 6:30 to 8 p.m. Concertgoers should plan to bring lawn chairs or blankets as park seating is limited. Concerts will generally occur rain or shine except in the event of extreme weather.
Volunteers from the Hocking Hills Inspire Shelter group will once again offer sandwiches, sides, snacks and desserts by donation; participants can bring their own picnics. Alcohol is not permitted in the city park nor is smoking, except on the perimeter of the park.
The free concerts are brought to the community by the generosity of sponsors such as businesses, civic organizations, merchants, individuals and others, in addition to donations from those attending the concerts. All the donations are greatly valued and enable this popular program to keep going from year to year!
For additional information, contact concert coordinators, Keith and Liza Conner, at 740-385-0694.
Aug. 16 — Coal Cave Hollow Boys (new this year)
Aug. 23 — Bandana Rhythm (new this year)