Live Music with Brad Heller and the Fustics

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Live Music with Brad Heller and the Fustics

August 31, 2019 @ 2:30 pm - 5:30 pm

The 5506′ music series is held outdoors on the deck of our 5506′ Skybar. In the event of inclement weather, the events will be moved to the Beech Mountain Brewing Company.

5506′ Skybar is a family friendly environment offering a variety of beverages and snacks as well as beautiful panoramic views of the Blue Ridge Mountains. The show is free. 5506′ can be accessed by a scenic lift ride. Tickets can be purchased on-site at Ski Beech Sports. There is no parking or drop off location for 5506′.

Whether with his backing band, The Fustics, or performing as an acoustic artist, Brad Heller has established himself as a credible force among current songwriters. Honing his craft for over a decade and a half the Wilmington, North Carolina, transplant has built a reputation as a thoughtful songsmith who tackles a wide range of personal and social issues. Bouncing between a myriad of genres, Heller finds creative drive in honoring musical influences that inspired him, while never abandoning his own unique sound.

With the 2019 release of his fifth full-length record, The Sentence, Heller continues to build his audience with constant touring and spirited live shows. Voted Wilmington’s “Best Original Rock Band,” Brad Heller and the Fustics will be hitting the road in full force in the new year and beyond.

“…the sound of Heller and company is hard to pin down…A natural storyteller…complete with mellow acoustic rhythms and cutting electric riffs…likens his songwriting to that of Kentucky’s Chris Knight.” – Charleston City Paper

“They make honest to god rock and roll…at times sounding like The Jayhawks or even bigger bands like The Wallflowers…dramatic in the same way Van Morrison or Led Zeppelin can be in their quietest moment.” – Southeast Performer

“…taking the legacy of Redheaded Stranger, Nebraska, Blood on the Tracks, and Son Volt’s Trace in their own hands and hearts.” – Grayson Currin, Independent Weekly

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Date:
August 31, 2019
Time:
2:30 pm - 5:30 pm
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