Keturah Allgood at Offbeat Roadhouse – POSTPONED

Date: 12/15/2023

Time: 8:00 pm - 9:00 pm

Keturah and her band have alas fallen ill, so we will have to reschedule them for a later date. Instead we bring you Irish legends John Doyle and Mick McAuley from just this week at WTJU’s Stage. An all new Offbeat Roadhouse returns January 5 with the Jim Howe Trio.

Keturah Allgood and her band will pull into Offbeat Roadhouse Friday night, December 15, for a concert which will also be broadcast on WTJU. Born and raised in the mountains of Western North Carolina, Keturah is a soulful Americana, queer artist who draws on her myriad of life experiences for inspiration. She is currently touring behind her latest release, “Shine”.

This is a free event, open to all. You can also listen to Offbeat Roadhouse on the radio (91.1 FM) or on-line, and even video stream it at WTJU’s Facebook page or YouTube channel.  But concerts always sound better with you as part of the studio audience.

Offbeat Roadhouse is supported locally by Ting – Bringing light-speed internet to homes and businesses.

Keturah Allgood was born and raised in the mountains of Western North Carolina. She is a Soulful Americana artist who draws on her myriad of life experiences for inspiration. While traversing the dusty back roads and often forgotten places, she gently taps into the heart and soul of our shared existence. Keturah believes that music has the power to bring all of us together and reminds us  that love, kindness and compassion always shine through the darkness of these often trying times.

For this tour, she will be joined by Bradford Carson. Bradford is the multi-instrumental master! and music director. He has been right by Keturahs side for many years playing everything from drums to banjo. Many styles of music influence his sound simply because there is good music everywhere. Bradford was raised in Virginia and grew up singing, playing the piano, and listening to anything from Hendrix to Mozart. He gradually picked up brass instruments and strings while learning bits about theory and recording, eventually attending Musician’s Institute, Longwood University, and Virginia Commonwealth University. He has since been performing, teaching, and recording regionally. When he relocated to the mountains of western North Carolina in 2012 he met Keturah Allgood his first day in town, and the rest is history.

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