Revival Fest takes over the old paint shop at the Georgia State Railroad Museum (aka, the Roundhouse) on Saturday, 9/14. Be sure and check that website or the festival Facebook page for updates on food, drink, and logistics.
And, if you can’t commit to the entire day, be sure and consult the schedule.
Truth & Salvage Co., now based in Nashville after years in southern California, will be playing in the final 10 p.m. time slot.
That promises to be a rousing end to an impressive day of roots-influenced music.
USA Today premiered the Truth & Salvage Co.’s second album Pick Me Up, which came out in July.
Click here for Bill DeYoung’s interview in Connect Savannah with Truth & Salvage’s Adam Grace. Click here for Linda Sickler’s Savannah Morning News article on Revival Fest, which focuses a bit on the band.
Here’s the album trailer for Pick Me Up set to the single “Appalachian Hilltop”:
Here’s the lovely “Pure Mountain Angel”:
A couple photos from Truth & Salvage Co.’s first ever Savannah gig at Live Wire Music Hall (regrettably now closed):