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Concerts on the Dock

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Lowe Mill Galleries, 2211 Seminole Drive, Huntsville, AL

This year marks the 11th annual Concerts on the Dock and it is sure to live up to it’s longevity! As per every proceeding year we will continue to strive to bring our music loving community the freshest sounds available without sacrificing quality for quantity. Our mission is to bring all who attend the best in local, regional and national acts they simply would not see anywhere else in town and provide those acts with a gracious built in audience hungry for the next big thing.

We can’t make this happen without YOU so bring friends, picnics and pets on a leash to Huntsville’s most accessible concert series and join us under the water tower for 8 weeks in the Spring and 8 weeks in the Fall.

Concerts on the Dock are always free to attend though we do charge $5 for parking on property.

Please Carpool!

Sally & George/Russell Cook & the Sweet Teeth

Chickenshack Honkytonk, Ranger, GA

Join us for a potluck dinner and sweet tunes from Sally and George! 7pm, $15 recommended donation for the band! Free camping in the pasture. Russell Cook and the Sweet Teeth play the late night set.

Russell Cook is a visual artist and musician.  Trained as a painter, his work includes collage, sculpture, songwriting, and performance.  He has shared the stage with a range of musical artists, including Del McCoury,  the Carolina Chocolate Drops, and Dale Watson.  He has recorded six albums with his wife Cameron as the Little Country Giants, including recording with Mike Compton and Stranger Malone (Guinness world record holder for longest recording career), and was part of the original ensemble cast for a Stephen King/John Mellencamp musical.  His award-winning paintings and sculptures have been shown at galleries and festivals across the United States.  Currently, he is exploring new sounds as Russell Cook and the Sweet Teeth, a terrific two-guitar and drums juke-joint style trio with over 100 years of collective experience playing and singing for the people.  Though he has crisscrossed the country and gone up and down both coasts playing music and showing artwork, he spends most of his days as Associate Professor of Art with Tenure at Georgia Highlands College.