Abby Bryant & The Echoes to perform at Summer Tracks

Published 10:45 am Thursday, August 17, 2023

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‘Blue Ridge Soul Rock ‘n’ Roll’ group wraps up concert series


TRYON—Abby Bryant & The Echoes will be performing at Rogers Park on Friday, August 25, in the sixth and final concert of Summer Tracks Concert Series’ 23rd season 

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Making their first appearance in Tryon, this Asheville-based band cemented their presence on the Americana music scene with their 2021 debut album Not Your Little Girl. The 13-track LP established a strong foundation and a growing fan base. 

A music minister’s daughter turned fierce frontwoman, Bryant’s raw vocal talent and bluesy Southern rock style have been compared to that of her musical hero Susan Tedeschi. Her sound and songs merge her love of Soul and American Roots music, taking inspiration from greats such as Etta James and Bonnie Raitt. 

The Echoes include Abby Bryant on lead vocals, keys and guitar; Bailey Faulkner on guitar and vocals; Quinn Sternberg on bass and vocals; Bryan Solleveld on keys; Ben Falcon on drums and vocals; and John Farrell on pedal steel guitar. 

New View Realty of Tryon is the Summer Tracks 23rd Season Presenting Sponsor. The concert sponsors for the last show of the season are Tryon Little Theater and Tryon International Film Festival.

Other performances in this year’s Summer Tracks Concert Series included Sol Driven Train, Reedy River String Band, Amanda Ann Platt and the Honeycutters, Russ Wilson and His Famous Orchestra and Unspoken Tradition.

The show will begin at 7 p.m. In case of rain, it will move across the street inside Tryon Fire Department. No dogs are allowed at the event.

Manzolina’s On Wheels Eatery will be selling hotdogs, veggie dogs, sandwich wraps, ice cream, snacks, water and soft drinks. Alcohol consumption is allowed in the park but is not for sale. Audience donations along with many local business and individual sponsors make these shows possible. 

Rogers Park is located at 55 W. Howard St. in Tryon.