Gap Creek Coffee House to host concerts

Published 10:36 am Tuesday, August 21, 2018

Middlesboro and Pineville aren’t the only local cities that are featuring live music for the community to enjoy.

The historic Cumberland Gap is home to many events and activities to enjoy: art exhibits, restaurants, the White Lightening Festival, etc.

Coming towards the tail end of September, popular coffee house and eatery the Gap Creek Coffee House will be hosting The Wilderness Trail Music Sessions hosted by Charlie Coleman and Kyzandrha Zarate. The event begins on Sept. 22. from 1 p.m. — 10 p.m.

A stage will be erected at the Gap Creek Coffee House and admission for the show will be $10. Children under seven years old are admitted for free.

The event is a day of live music from local performers as well as musicians from all around the country. Various musical genres will be represented to offer the widest possible experience for all who attend.

Some of the musicians announced so far for the events include Micah Lindley, Daniel Treece Chumley, Michael Jones, Lauren Beeler (of Tazewell), Gypsy and Me (of which co-host Zarate is a member) and Levi Cadle, a Middlesboro native.

Cadle is 19 years old and started on the guitar at the age of 12. Cadle has released two full length albums to date and his inspirations include musical legends such as B.B. King, Stevie Ray Vaughn and Willie Nelson.