What happens when you fuse country, roots-rock, folk, bluegrass and R&B? The result is Peter Karp’s full-throttle blend of tunes that will rock McCall on Saturday, April 30. Shore Lodge presents the renowned Americana musician in our annual Spring Concert starting with dinner at 6 p.m. and music at 8 p.m.
We’re encouraging guests to arrive early for a picnic-style feast with our twist on classic soul food. (Hello, fried chicken with mashers and gravy!) Fresh cocktails inspired by spring will also be available for purchase throughout the evening.
Who is Peter Karp?
Karp is an international touring musician known for killing the slide guitar and the keys. He recorded an album with Mick Taylor of the Rolling Stones and has played with legendary artists like Paul Carbonara of Blondie, Delbert McClinton, The Subdudes and Keb Mo.
According to USA Today: “Karp is a great writer and performer whose songs are driven by verbal word play and insights into the human experience. Like James Taylor and Bob Dylan, Karp embodies Americana music.”
Raised in the swamps of New Jersey and rural trailer parks in Alabama, Karp’s sounds are fueled by a Yankee-Rebel contrast that voices emotion, humor and candor in a setting of expertly performed rhythms and vocalization.
What is Americana Music?
Americana or American roots music has a rich musical tapestry. It merges many genres in an effortless way to exude a back-porch vibe; its soulful expressions can range from raucous to atmospheric and soul-searching. Though it may sound loose and wild, the music is masterfully crafted and the compositions are carried out by some of the best in the industry.
If You Go
- Doors open at 6 p.m.
- Overnight packages at Shore Lodge start at $169.50* per person.
- General Admission is $94.02 per person, including dinner and tax + gratuity.
- VIP Admission is $136.82 per person, including dinner and tax + gratuity, front row table, meet and greet with Peter Karp.
Call now for reservations: 800.657.6464. To purchase tickets online, go to shorelodge.com/packages.