Possom Queens with Tyrone Cotton - Friday March 25, 7:30 PM
Possom Queens with Tyrone Cotton - Friday March 25, 7:30 PM
Possom Queens with Tyrone Cotton - Friday March 25, 7:30 PM


Possom Queens with Tyrone Cotton - Friday March 25, 7:30 PM

Regular price $ 21.00
Unit price  per 

General Admission
$ 20.00 + $ 1.00 ticket fee
Reserved Seating
$ 25.00 + $ 1.00 ticket fee

Louisville Folk School presents:

the Cupola Concerts

Join us for a listening room experience at Peterson Dumesnil House, an Italian Ornate Style historical home in the Crescent Hill neighborhood of Louisville.
301 S Peterson Ave
Louisville KY 40206
We are offering approximately 50 advance tickets to each house concert, including 20 reserved seats in the front rows. Each seated event will take place in the living room of PD House, or on the covered front porch if the weather is warm enough (indoor or outdoor will be announced morning of show or sooner). 
Reserved Seating: $25 in advance (plus $1 ticket fee)
General Admission: $15 in advance (plus $1 ticket fee)
Day of Show: if there are seats available day of show, those will be sold first-come, first-served $20 each. 

Friday, Mar 25, 2022

MUSIC BEGINS at 7:30 pm

Possom Queens

The Possum Queens are Anna Harrod on fiddle, Julia Purcell on bass, Jodie Koch on guitar and Nadia Ramlagan on banjo.  Based out of Lexington KY, the queens came together in 2018 through their shared love of old-time stringband music; front porch music passed down through time, steeped with stories and memories of those who have come before.  This fierce, fiery group plays a mix of Kentucky hoedowns, squirrely West Virginia tunes, and blues numbers; music that is sure to put a smile on your face and get your toes tapping.  

Tyrone Cotton’s earliest musical revelation was listening to the raspy, inspirational voice of his grandfather, the Reverend Cleveland Roosevelt Williams, at his childhood home in Louisville, KY. At a young age, Cotton began playing guitar along to the sounds of popular rock and blues artists. Overtime, he was influenced by Jerry Garcia, Jimi Hendrix, Buddy Guy, and Mississippi John Hurt, who intrigued Tyrone with his “ finger pickin’ and soft, wispy voice.” 

Inspired by this wide variety of artists, Cotton developed a style of writing that blended soul, folk, blues, jazz, and rock n roll. He has become a staple in the Louisville music scene over the past 30 years, being well recognized for his stirring voice and lyrics. 

Cotton has toured throughout the United States and Japan, with plans to continue performing in the US this year. He is currently working on a new album with longtime collaborator Ray Rizzo and producer Josh Kaufman, best known for his work with The National, Bob Weir, and Josh Ritter.