I’ve been to a lot of shows at Tellus360, but I have never seen a line just to get into the concert room on a Thursday night, and that’s just the warm welcoming that Dom Flemmons received in Lancaster, PA.
The show actually opened with Dom and his touring partner, Brian Farrow, opening for the opening act, Grace and Tony. Grace and Tony are a “punkgrass” band from Tennessee with modern day influences. Notably, Tony’s brother is the male half of the former Civil Wars, John Paul White.
Flemons’s music does a great job of honoring traditional old time music and bringing it to the 21st century at the same time. A beautifully skilled musician that can play anything from guitar, to banjo, to pipes, to the bones and much more, his talent is awe-inspiring and mesmerizing to watch.
Dom is a founding member of the Grammy award winning band, The Carolina Chocolate Drops, and he is currently touring to promote his most recent solo album, Prospect Hill. Check out his website to find out where you can catch Dom because his show is something you don’t want to miss—you’ll also get treated to an Elvis impression or too.