Share in the gift of live music and local beer with Reformation Brewery! Bring your blankets or pull up a chair, and settle into the backyard for moments with these artists…

4PM, MAR 30

Greg Shaddox

Local singer/songwriter Greg Shaddix will be kicking off our first annual Backyard Concert Series with his soulful blend off Americana and Country.

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5PM, APR 27

Jonathan Peyton

A singer/songwriter from Woodstock, Georgia, Jonathan Peyton often writes emotion-evoking pieces from personal life experience. “Writing music has become a way of processing through life and relating to others and their stories.”

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5PM, MAY 25

Wendlo

Wendlo have introduced themselves with honest arrangements, emotive melodies, and intimate harmonies, presented with the sincerity of best friends. After playing together on and off for the past 5 years in GarageBand, actual garages, and countless open mics, the now-married duo were invited to record Engagement Party—their first studio venture—just outside of Chelsea’s hometown of Anchorage, Alaska, where the couple met in 2011.

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5PM, JUN 29

Kurt Wheeler

Kurt was brought up in the foothills of North Georgia and is also the founder of The Lathemtown Poets Society. His music is influenced by gospel, classic country, bluegrass, and rock. Known for playing music that connects with his audiences, his songs range from authentic original music, to covers from Cash, Buffet, The Beatles, Haggard, Tom Petty, and Isbell.

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5PM, JUL 20

Cody Bolden Band

Cody Bolden is a singer-songwriter based in Canton, Georgia. Raised between Alabama and Georgia, music seems to be in the background of all of Cody’s memories, from his Mom singing folk songs while cooking breakfast in the morning to his Dad’s radio always being on and dialed to an Outlaw Country station. Two years into his musical journey, Cody enjoys writing and performing songs about things that are important to him.

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5PM, AUG 24

The Hearsay

The Hearsay began in Spring of 2016 as an acoustic act with longtime friends Ashton May and Travis Schmidt, eventually settling into the alternative pop/rock genre with the addition of lead guitarist Jeff Holcombe and drummer Ryan Sterritt. The Hearsay showcases strong vocals, tight harmonies, and an eclectic combination of Pop/Rock sensibilities. You’ll find hints of 90s alternative, jazz, pop-punk, classic rock, and modern indie throughout their music.

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5PM, SEP 21

Blonde River

Blonde River is a folk/pop/soul band on a quest to share their stories through music of heartbreaks, victories, and everything in between.

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4PM, OCT 12

Battlefield Collective

Battlefield Collective performs upbeat covers of popular songs from the past 60 years, as well as original songs. They have their own unique sound that is mix of bluegrass, rock, and folk. These long time friends of ours are a perfect way to close out the first year of the Backyard Concert Series.

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Greg Shaddox | March 30, 4pm

Local singer/songwriter Greg Shaddix will be kicking off our first annual Backyard Concert Series with his soulful blend off Americana and Country.

Jonathan Peyton | Apr 27, 5pm

A singer/songwriter from Woodstock, Georgia, Jonathan Peyton often writes emotion-evoking pieces from personal life experience. “Writing music has become a way of processing through life and relating to others and their stories.”

Wendlo | May 25, 5pm

Wendlo have introduced themselves with honest arrangements, emotive melodies, and intimate harmonies, presented with the sincerity of best friends. After playing together on and off for the past 5 years in GarageBand, actual garages, and countless open mics, the now-married duo were invited to record Engagement Party—their first studio venture—just outside of Chelsea’s hometown of Anchorage, Alaska, where the couple met in 2011.

Kurt Wheeler | Jun 29, 5pm

Kurt was brought up in the foothills of North Georgia and is also the founder of The Lathemtown Poets Society. His music is influenced by gospel, classic country, bluegrass, and rock. Known for playing music that connects with his audiences, his songs range from authentic original music, to covers from Cash, Buffet, The Beatles, Haggard, Tom Petty, and Isbell.

Cody Bolden Band | July 20, 5pm

Cody Bolden is a singer-songwriter based in Canton, Georgia. Raised between Alabama and Georgia, music seems to be in the background of all of Cody’s memories, from his Mom singing folk songs while cooking breakfast in the morning to his Dad’s radio always being on and dialed to an Outlaw Country station. Two years into his musical journey, Cody enjoys writing and performing songs about things that are important to him.

The Hearsay | Aug 24, 5pm

The Hearsay began in Spring of 2016 as an acoustic act with longtime friends Ashton May and Travis Schmidt, eventually settling into the alternative pop/rock genre with the addition of lead guitarist Jeff Holcombe and drummer Ryan Sterritt. The Hearsay showcases strong vocals, tight harmonies, and an eclectic combination of Pop/Rock sensibilities. You’ll find hints of 90s alternative, jazz, pop-punk, classic rock, and modern indie throughout their music.

Blonde River | Sep 21, 5pm

Blonde River is a folk/pop/soul band on a quest to share their stories through music of heartbreaks, victories, and everything in between.

Battlefield Collective | Oct 12, 4pm

Battlefield Collective performs upbeat covers of popular songs from the past 60 years, as well as original songs. They have their own unique sound that is mix of bluegrass, rock, and folk. These long time friends of ours are a perfect way to close out the first year of the Backyard Concert Series.