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Jackson Hollow plays McKee March 9

Cloverdale band presents an evening of Bluegrass & Country
Cloverdale’s Jackson Hollow play the McKee Seniors Centre on Saturday, Match 9. Photo submitted

Highway 17 Promotions and the McKee House Seniors Society presents an evening with Jackson Hollow on Saturday, March 9.

Hailing from Cloverdale, Jackson Hollow has made a huge mark in the entertainment industry.

They have won the BC Country Music Association Gaylord Wood Traditional Country Award four times and experienced a breakthrough year in 2021. First chosen for an IBMA International Showcase in June, their performance garnered the interest of Mountain Fever Records, a Virginia-based bluegrass label, who signed them shortly after.

With a complete album produced by Tom McKillip and four tracks by the group they released their debut single, Travelin’ Heart, which reached No. 10 on the US Bluegrass Today Charts and was Sept. 2 most played bluegrass song on Sirius XM’s Bluegrass Junction. Their next single, Shallow Rivers, released in November, became a fan favourite, reaching No. 6 on the Roots Music Report, No. 12 on the US Bluegrass Today chart, and rising to No. 3 among Sirius XM’s Bluegrass Junction’s most-played singles that month.

The band has also been nominated for the 2024 Juneau awards for Traditional Roots album of the year.

Jackson Hollow and their four-piece band are in concert at the McKee Seniors Centre (5155-47th Ave. in Ladner). Doors open at 7 with the show at 8 p.m.

Tickets are $30, available by calling 604-952-3645.