The Woodsheep and Sarah Morgan

The Woodsheep

Tickets available at the door – $10.00

Since The Woodsheep’s inception in the summer of 2015, frontman Andrew Preston’s songwriting – experimental, but rooted in the deepest wellsprings of traditional folk music – and their quirky live shows have become among the most recognizable mainstays of central Appalachia’s burgeoning indie scene.

Among their hallmarks: soaring harmonies, offbeat instrumentation, literately dense lyrics steeped in folk storytelling tradition, all balanced by a healthy penchant for the absurd.

With over 600 shows in 4 countries and two full-length records in only 3 years, Preston, Melissa Caskey, Matt Holleran, and a collective of other musicians have spilled over the confines of folk music convention by shoring up their own roots

Sarah Kate Morgan

The music of Sarah Morgan embodies her respect and joy of folk music and her creative approach to arranging. Backing traditional Appalachian melodies and haunting old time tunes with fresh harmonies and a progressive drive, she lends a new feel to seemingly “old” tunes, while accompanying pure and heartfelt vocals with the unpretentious sound of the Appalachian dulcimer.

Folk, Americana, and Old-Time roots are brought to the forefront at live shows, where only Sarah and her dulcimer can be found behind the microphone, creating a subtle yet powerful sound that brings the relevant music of the past to today’s audience.

Sarah Morgan started her musical journey at 7 years old and has fallen in love with traditional and folk music through the years. A native of East Tennessee, Sarah has incorporated the rich musical heritage of the area into her music.

At 18, Sarah placed 1st at the 2012 National Mountain Dulcimer Championships held in Winfield, KS. A year later she went on to become a finalist in the 2013 International Acoustic Music Awards. She has also won other titles, including Mid-Eastern Region Mountain Dulcimer Champion, Kentucky State Mountain Dulcimer Champion, and Southern Region Mountain Dulcimer Champion. She currently studying Traditional Music and Appalachian Studies at Morehead State University.


$20 general admission
$10 children 10-17


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