The Register-Herald, Beckley, West Virginia

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February 24, 2013

'Sweet Grass' concert planned

Mountain Fever recording artist Sweet Potato Pie has been entertaining audiences for over a decade with its classy blend of bluegrass, country and gospel music mixed together in a style called “sweet grass.”

Ivy & Stone is pleased to present Sweet Potato Pie at 7:30 p.m. March 9 at Nicholas County High School in Summersville.

This all-female band has carved out a place for itself among the bluegrass community with original tunes, old classics and entertaining stage shows. The band’s unique sound revolves around their sparkling three-part harmonies.

Tickets may be purchased in advance at Soundwaves Music, Summersville Public Library and all First Community Bank branches, by e-mail at ivyandstone@frontier.com or by calling 304-872-4228 (leave a message).

Advance sale tickets are $12 for adults and $9 for students and senior citizens. Tickets will be $3 more at the door on the night of the performance. Family tickets of two adults and two or more children can be purchased at the door for $35. (Family ticket sales cannot be guaranteed in the case of a sold-out event.)

Call for special group rates for civic organizations, clubs and schools when 10 or more attend an event.

This presentation is made possible only through the funding provided by patrons and corporate sponsors Nicholas County Community Foundation, City of Summersville, L.J. Hughes & Sons Inc., Community Trust Bank, Peerless Minerals, Summersville Rotary Club, Summersville Regional Medical Center, WCWV Spirit 92.9 and WSWW FM 95.7.

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