An Evening with Mac Arnold
July 13 @ 5:30 pm - 7:30 pm
“Come on everybody, let’s get in the groove. Just enjoy yourself, while we play the blues.”
With a career beginning in the 1950s, world-renowned blues legend and South Carolina native, Dr. Mac Arnold helped create a distinctive musical movement and ultimately shape the electric blues sound that would go on to inspire rock and roll. Over the years, Arnold’s career included numerous performances with fellow musicians, such as Muddy Waters, James Brown, B.B. King, Otis Redding, John Lee Hooker, The Temptations, Eric Clapton, and Paul Butterfield.
Join Dr. Mac Arnold for a special evening of storytelling and acoustic performances as he shares memories from his life and storied career while exploring the roots and evolution of the Upcountry’s unique relationship with the Piedmont Blues.
Each ticket reservation will include two, complimentary drinks tickets.
The Museum will serve light hors d’oeuvres of the southern variety along with sweet tea, beer, and wine.
An Evening with Mac Arnold is generously sponsored by