When:
June 28, 2018 @ 7:30 pm – 10:00 pm
2018-06-28T19:30:00-04:00
2018-06-28T22:00:00-04:00
Where:
Balsam Mountain Inn
68 7 Springs Dr
Balsam, NC 28707
USA
Cost:
$20.00
Contact:
Balsam Mountain Inn
828-456-9498

Dark Waters will be performing. Tickets are $20+tax and fees. Tickets must be purchased prior to the event and presented on arrival at the grand dinning room. If you have trouble purchasing tickets, please email balsam.inn.events@gmail.com.

Dinner menu will be available closer to date of event.

**DINNER MENU AND TICKET ADMISSION ARE SEPARATE**

The Dark Waters Project was founded in 2010 and is led by duo Cherish and Adam Hamby. Based out of Nashville, Tennessee. They were both Independent artists long before they met in 2006, both recording and releasing music to radio. Adam had a song titled, “Mercedes,” reach Christian radio with his band The Fifth Seal in 2004. Cherish had a number of her songs reach terrestrial radio in 2002 from her self-titled album “Cherish,” that she recorded with Mark Miller and Allen Reynolds at Jack’s Tracks / Allentown Recording Studio in Nashville. Cherish and Adam released their 1st collaborative 6 song EP in November of 2014 titled, “The Rains.” It ended up in the hands of countless people all over the globe. They are currently set to release their 2nd full length album titled, “The Darkgrass Sessions” in early 2018. It was produced by Lee Groitzsch and recorded at Skaggs Family Records.

They like to describe their music as Darkgrass. With an original mix of Alternative Rock, Folk and Bluegrass their set is filled with flawless, stirring harmonies, heavily influenced by Classic Folk and Americana groups like Crosby, Stills and Nash, Fleetwood Mac and Modern Folk and Alt Country groups like The Civil Wars and Lady Antebellum. Their music has been described as a, “Good sadness” and “An alt-rock band driven by an array of bluegrass instruments.”

The Dark Waters Project has toured all over the Central and Eastern US and Canada, and sold out shows, performing for captivated audiences from the Gulf Coast, to beyond the Great Lakes. When you see the Dark Waters Project perform, you will hear ballads that “slow-boil” to a soul-stirring, thunderous crescendo; haunting lyrics, bringing up the darkness of loves past, and up-beat, rhythmic bluegrass melodies that will make you want to go out and buy a Mandolin of your own.