Terrapin Tuesday Americana series with The Gypsy Wildcats & Pickled Holler
The Gypsy Wildcats
Pickled Holler
Jan 16, 2018 at 7:00 PM
Doors open 6:00 PM
Ticket sales ended Jan 17, 2018 2:00 AM. Additional tickets may be available at the box office.
Our wildly popular Tuesday night Americana music series, Terrapin Tuesdays, has returned weekly to The Foundry! Terrapin beer specials all night along with great local, regional and national touring bands each week. Doors @ 6pm - Music @ 7pm
- All Ages Show -
Music : Genre: Acoustic,Americana,Jazz,World
The Gypsy Wildcats | 8:30 PM
And if you've not seen them yet, find out for yourself why the Athens music magazine, Flagpole, raves about the Gypsy Wildcats as being Athens' "... low-key (acoustic) supergroup... featuring members of Cicada Rhythm, Trio Deluxe, The Gentry,and The Hobohemians, utilizing acoustic guitar, standup bass, mandolin, banjo, and harmonica, making for an old-timey, yet subtly contemporary sound." Add the two top-notch vocal talents of Antoon Speters and Andrea DeMarcus into the mix, and you get good-time music at it finest.

The Gypsy Wildcats features these superb Athens musicians:
Antoon Speters - vocals, guitar, mandolin, kazoo
Andrea DeMarcus - vocals, double bass
John Prechtel - guitar, banjo
John Norris - guitar, harmonica
Pickled Holler | 7:00 PM
Pickled Holler: A musical circle of family and friends

The legacy of families making music together has a long and storied history. The Carter Family, The Allman Brothers, The Beach Boys all have left indelible notches on the familial music history timeline. Family musicians live, write, and practice together. There's an unexplainable kinetic energy of true "family "musicians (blood kin or not) to predict how the others may phrase a certain melody before it's even escaped their lips. It's musical mind reading. It's mystical, magical and rare.

Pickled Holler is undeniably a family band. Husband and wife duo Matthew and Jessica Williams (guitar and bass/flute) represent the foundation of the band and along with former in-law, now just plain old outlaw Trey Young (mandolin) they form the family circle of Pickled Holler. The band never dismisses an opportunity to bring other music friends into the family-fold.

The music (Matthew likes to call it Pickledgrass) is a hybrid of bluegrass and traditional tunes with nuances of jam, but never strays too far from a dedication to roots, dynamics and lush harmonies. Compositions are arranged by Matthew and Jessica (Jessica is a classically trained flutist), and then the band steps in to add dimension and expand the sound. The musicianship is undeniable. But Pickled Holler's true magic lies in the sheer joy of playing together. Chemistry is a real element of music and Pickled Holler has it in spades.

"Watching musicians perform who genuinely care and love one another can be inspiring and inspiration gives people hope!" says bassist and all around lovely chanteuse, Jessica. “Every single note you share with someone is a mutual language of emotion and understanding."

"Pickled Holler has a voice that anyone who listens won't be able to deny themselves a smile, a foot tap, or perhaps a full blown dance." laughs mandolin player Trey Young. "I suppose the hope that Pickled Holler may offer, is that there are still people who make music because they love it and who really want to make and perform music that makes people happy and feel better about life." more >>>
Ticket Prices

General Admission


Reserved Table for 2 (MEZZANINE)


Reserved Table for 4 (MEZZANINE)


Event Schedule

Pickled Holler

7:00 PM

The Gypsy Wildcats

8:30 PM