TUSCUMBIA-The Alabama Music Hall of Fame’s rotating exhibit featuring area achievers continues, with the unveiling of the longtime regional favorite, the Fiddleworm’s display on May 4th at 6:30 p.m. The display will be located in the lobby and feature biographical information along with pictures. The Fiddleworms will play a short concert as part of the event.
This exhibit will continue to rotate every three months. In addition to the display unveiling, a special interview will be conducted by Fletch, from Kix 96, with questions from the public, and will be made available online during the three months honoring the group. The Fiddleworm’s exhibit will be the third in this series. The Fiddleworm’s are a long-running, accomplished group who have played in Alabama and the surrounding states for more than a decade.
Since forming in the 1990s, the Fiddleworms have been a mainstay in the regional music scene, entertaining crowds with an electric stage presence. The band’s debut album so impressed industry legend Jerry Wexler, that he personally distributed it to colleagues and major record labels. The current lineup consists of Clint Bailey, David MacKay, Rob Malone, Mitch Mann, Russell Mefford, and John Tombyll.
The band has received many accolades and honors, including charting #6 for national Jam Bands, and represented North Alabama at the South by Southwest Music Festival in Austin, Texas.
The Fiddleworms will be the first full band to be featured in the Star Player series.
“The Fiddleworms unveiling will be a great event for the area. It will be the first unveiling to feature a concert, and so it will be the largest event of this kind so far,” says Dixie Griffin, Director
This event is free to the public and will start at 6:30 pm. Doors will open at 6: 00 pm. Cash bar.
For more information, call 256-381-4417.
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