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Banana Bash Drive-in Concert
Outdoor Southern Rock, Banana Pudding, and a fall evening. See you there!
There is only one place to find amazing banana puddings, live southern rock, food trucks, and a great fall night by the river.
Join us at the Banana Bash Drive-in Concert on October 3, 2020 at the River Park in Centerville, TN. Beginning at 6:30pm, two outstanding bands will rock the stage for a Drive-In Concert that will take the place of this year’s National Banana Pudding Festival. Tickets available in advance at www.BananaPuddingFest.org.
The headlining band for the evening is an amazing group of Southern Rock musicians, each a significant star in the music industry, who have performed before millions of fans with the Charlie Daniels and the Marshall Tucker Bands. The late Charlie Daniels left an indelible mark on America’s music with his award-winning gospel albums, his defining southern rock anthems and his CMA Award-winning country hits. The folks who played along with him are coming to Centerville to show you why.
The Southern All Star Rock Band, gathering for this very special occasion, will pay tribute to the stars they have worked with for many years. They consist of Shannon Wickline (keyboards, organ & vocals) & Chris Wormer (guitar & vocals) from The Charlie Daniels Band, Marcus Henderson (keyboards, vocals, saxophone & flute) & Chris Hicks (guitar & vocals) from The Marshall Tucker Band, John McKnight (drums & vocals), Brad Williams (bass & vocals). Their set will begin at 8pm.
The opening band, starting at 6:30pm, stars Travis Tidwell, a native of Hickman County, breaking into the music world with a newly released album, “Catch Me If You Can”. Travis Tidwell delivers electrifying guitar solos with soulful, melodic, rock tunes which he calls Old Soul Rock. His roots in a hard working family with a musician for a father, was all around music. After getting his first guitar at 14 he realized his passion, and practiced up to 12 hours daily. He played the bar scene doing country, southern rock, and blues. He used the Internet as a vehicle for self-promotion and thanks to that exposure, Warner Brothers artist, Big Smo, offered him his first professional gig the day after his 19th birthday in 2012. His musical influences are that of Randy Rhoads, Yngwie Malmsteen, Stevie Wonder, Neal Schon, Brent Mason, Steve Lukather, among many others. Travis can be seen (being crazy) on tour with Big Smo, and on A&E reality TV show, BIG SMO.
146 North Central Avenue, Centerville, TN 37033