Sarah Siskind & Friends with special guests Clint Roberts & John Trufant

Tickets are available for online purchase up until 3:00 pm the day of the show. If you would like tickets the day of show please visit us at 185 King Street anytime after 4:00 pm.

March 23, 2021 6:30 pm

$15 a seat/must reserve entire table/tables are limited

Tuesdays have been led by Travis Book of the Infamous Stringdusters as of late.  For the month of March, Travis is passing the mic off to a few of his friends.  The second of this series will be led by Brevard local, Sarah Siskind.

Siskind grew up in a North Carolina house so steeped in music; she claims it as her first language. “I almost find it hard to talk about my music,” laughs Siskind, “speaking is really my second form of communication.” After moving to Nashville at the age of 20, her song “Goodbye Is All We Have” was recorded by Alison Krauss, which led to a job at Big Yellow Dog as a staff writer. Siskind went to have songs recorded by Randy Travis, Wynonna, Point of Grace, Madi Diaz, and countless others.  Her music has also found its way onto television, where her songs have been heavily featured on CMT’s’s Nashville, as well as on MTV’s Teen Mom 2, MTV’s Awkward, ABC’s Pretty Little Liars, Lifetime’s Army Wives and HBO’s The Wire. She made her primetime TV debut in 2014, performing Nashville’s hit “A Life That’s Good” from the Ryman stage with the show’s cast and co-writer Ashley Monroe.

But her notoriety as a songwriter has not overshadowed her virtuosity as an artist, with The Huffington Post stating, “Siskind has been compared to Bonnie Raitt and Brandi Carlile, but in my humble opinion, she’s incomparable.” In 2009, Siskind released her album Say It Louder on Thirty Tigers, which met with critical acclaim and won “Americana Album of the Year” at the Nashville Music Awards. Her earlier album Covered, the release of which was derailed due to health issues, was brought back to life in 2014 by Justin Vernon (Bon Iver), who personally sought it out for re-release on his record label Jagjaguwar.  

Since then, Sarah has become a regular NPR performer, with features on Tiny Desk concerts, World Cafe with David Dye, All Songs Considered, Song Of The Day, and most recently Mountain Stage. She has toured with Bonnie Raitt, Lee Ann Womack, Paul Brady, Bon Iver (who also famously covered her “Lovin’s For Fools”), and The Swell Season.


Live shows will be looking a little different in order to do our part with social distancing while still filling the space we have available efficiently. The garage door at the rear of our stage will remain open during all performances so that you can enjoy the show from inside our venue space OR in our outdoor courtyard.  Tickets will be sold as table reservations.  There are tables for groups of 2,3,4,6, and 8 people.  You must purchase the entire table in order to make a table reservation.  We do not issue physical tickets; however, your name will be on a guest list when you arrive for the show.  If you are arriving at a different time than the rest of your party be sure they know the last name that you made the table reservation under.   You can use the graphic below to see the layout of our space and the description of different seating options.  Make a note of which tables would suit your needs and then click the "tickets" button above the artist bio to proceed with your purchase.  We look forward to having you!  Please remember masks are required for entry.  

table diagram 1 2021 Recovered