Robin Roberts Promotions Presents


Moonshine Market

Arts & Crafts Show

Grandaddy Mimm's Moonshine Distillery

TWO-DAY ARTS AND CRAFTS MARKETPLACE WITH LIVE MUSIC
10AM-8PM ON SATURDAY
10AM TO 5PM ON SUNDAY

LOCATION IS

GRANDDADDY MIMM'S DISTILLERY

161 PAPPYS PLAZA, HIGHWAY 129, BLAIRSVILLE, GEORGIA.

ALL ITEMS ARE HANDMADE AND ORIGINAL!

September 16 –17, 2017

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Moonshine Music & Arts

Festival

Grandaddy Mimm's Moonshine Distillery

Two-Day Arts and Crafts Marketplace with Live Music
10am-8pm on Saturday
10am to 5pm on Sunday

Location is

Granddaddy Mimm's Distillery

161 Pappys Plaza, Highway 129, Blairsville, Georgia.

All Items are handmade and original!

April 28 – 29, 2017

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Enjoy some of finest juried arts and crafts from throughout the southeast, including many local folk, showing & selling their wares! 

Some vendors will be demonstrating their craft on site!

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Authentic Moonshine based on "Mimm's" recipe

from the 1930's~ distilled locally!

Stop by, see the stills in action! They also carry authentic Grandaddy Mimm's Moonshine t-shirts, caps, shot glasses and other various Moonshine memorabilia. 

You will be able to taste their Mule Kickin' 140 proof, 100 proof corn whiskey, 40 proof apple brown betty, 40 proof peach cobbler and 40 proof wild cherry cobbler. Coming Soon - blueberry cobbler moonshine. 

Ya'll come visit now - ya hear?

Grandaddy Mimm's Moonshine Distillery 

http://www.mimmsmoonshine.com/

A bit of Trivia: Jack "Mimm" McClure 
(January 25, 1914 – June 26, 1969)
was an American Appalachian moonshiner and local philanthropist from Young Harris, Georgia.

Band Member Bios!

Brady Seals:

A touring musician since the age of 16, Brady Seals is probably best known for his tenure in Little Texas. He spent six years as keyboardist and co-lead singer for the multi-platinum group. They won ACM’s "Vocal Group of the Year" and received two Grammy nominations. Brady celebrated three consecutive number one hits with “What Might Have Been,” “God Blessed Texas” and “My Love,” granting him the ASCAP “Triple Play Award.” In 1996 Seals collaborated with the legendary Rodney Crowell to co-produce his solo album, The Truth featuring a duet with Wynonna Judd, “Another You, Another Me” that sold over 100,000 singles. His second Warner Brothers CD had guest appearances by Vince Gill, Ricky Skaggs, Timothy B. Schmidt (The Eagles), Bela Fleck and Max Carl (.38 Special). Seals has also explored the pop/rock genre from 1999-2001 by engineering, producing and writing the album Thompson Street, collaborating with pop innovator Andy Sturmer (Jellyfish).  In 2002 Seals formed Hot Apple Pie. Comprised of extraordinary musicians, the music industry dubbed the band “Music City’s Super Group."  Hot Apple Pie’s self-titled debut was released in 2005 featuring country music icon, Willie Nelson.  Most recently he has co-founded the successful songwriter show in Franklin, TN called Music City Pickers LIVE! featuring artists such as Ricky Skaggs, Larry Stewart (Restless Heart), Richie McDonald (Lonestar), Peter Frampton and many other hit makers. He is now a member of Highwaymen Legacy. The three other members of the group includes seasoned country music hit-makers Buddy Jewell, Ray Scott, and Paul Jefferson. Each of these modern day drifters have forged their own poetic path along the way selling millions of records, garnering Grammy nominations and countless accolades. They’ve now teamed up to honor The Highwaymen and their monumental music. They take listeners on a journey through Cash’s early years, ride with Willie’s Red Headed Stranger, get tangled up in Kris’ prolific lyrics and hitch onto Waylon’s rough and rowdy ways. Highwaymen Legacy set list also encompasses the predominant chart-topping songs of all four band members making for one unforgettable show.

 Gordon Kennedy:

Kennedy’s name became nationally recognized when he won Song of the Year at the 1997 Grammy Awards for Eric Clapton’s number one hit, “Change the World”. Kennedy has penned hits for musical greats including Don Henley, Bonnie Raitt, Garth Brooks, Trisha Yearwood, Bruce Hornsby, Carrie Underwood, Faith Hill, Tim McGraw, Alison Krauss, Nickel Creek, Peter Frampton, George Strait, Martina McBride, Joan Osborne, Wynonna, Jerry Reed and bluegrass legend, Ricky Skaggs. Some of his most notable cuts include Bonnie Raitt singles, “I Can’t Help You Now,” “I Will Not Be Broken” and her title cut “Gypsy in Me”. He is also known for Alison Krauss’ “Maybe,” and his Garth Brooks single, “You Move Me.” Kennedy currently tours as the guitarist for rock legend,  Peter Frampton.

 Paul Jefferson:

Combining elements of country, bluegrass, and folk music, singer/songwriter Paul Jefferson writes songs that concentrate on positive examinations of love, whether it be romantic or spiritual. Jefferson's first taste of success was as a songwriter, co-writing Aaron Tippin's chart-topper "That's as Close as I'll Get to Loving You." He’s also had songs recorded by Keith Urban, Little Texas and Buddy Jewell. Hailing from the hills and ranches of Woodside, CA, he began listening to country music as a child. While attending college for engineering, Jefferson, who is also a pilot, developed a large regional following playing in a country band. Paul also landed the leading roll in a San Jose play called “Lost Highway” playing the part of Hank Williams and was the talk of the town, winning a local award for his outstanding performance. After moving to Guitar Town he joined Herb Alpert and Jerry Moss’ record label, Almo Sounds. The company released Jefferson's debut in 1996, and the album's first single, "Check Please," was a Top 40 hit. In 2004 Jefferson and songwriter/musician Porter Howell teamed up to form a country project called Hilljack and released a record. They made appearances on the Grand Ole Opry and performed in LA at the '05 New Music Weekly Awards and received “Country Group of the Year”. The band travelled the U.S. and Europe opening for some of country music’s biggest names including; Dwight Yoakam, John Berry and Wynonna Judd. In 2009 Paul toured with the renowned writer and therapist Dr. Patrick Carnes where Paul’s songs were incorporated into Dr. Carnes’ recovery seminar. His wife, Canadian country music star Lisa Brokop and Jefferson formed The Jeffersons and released their debut album in 2011 via Royalty Records. 2017 brings a new CD on 37 Records by Jefferson called Brookhollow Road spotlighting his breakout single called “Nothing Down That Road”.