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What’s Going On?
April 19, 2014

Jacob Johnson returned for another stellar performance Friday night.
We have a video for you on our Videos Page.
We have a great lineup of wonderfully talented artists coming up -- too many to list with details in the list to the right.
  Here’s what is farther out on the horizon:  
Loren & Mark 7/15
Jay Unger & Molly Mason 10/18
Matuto 11/8
We’ll post more info as space to the right frees up.
Lots of Great Music Coming!
Starting with the Caroline Aiken show on March 22, we will be starting the performances at
8 PM.
This takes into account the longer days with Daylight Savings time, and lets everyone have a little more time for dinner before the show.

The Music Hall has just been approved to sell beer and wine
at appropriate performances.
We also have a selection of light snack items to accompany your beverage. 
See the Beverage and Snack Menu HERE
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Plan on having dinner before the show just 2 doors down at

102 East Main Street

Mexican and Seafood specialties that are sure to please.

Open 7 days a week with a full bar Monday through Saturday.

(864) 647-2147.



Saturday, April 26 at 8 pm

we welcome

Shawn James swings by after her winter tour in Florida and the southeast to put on a show with James Amber on guitar and bass, and Bill Koepnick on drums. Shawn will perform a selection of her original songs that range from ballads to blues to rock -- all infused with a jazzy style all her own.

Admission $10

The secret behind the ToneRite is its ability to continually produce and efficiently transfer vibrational energy into an instrument. ToneRite safely recreates and magnifies the same physics that naturally occur while playing. This stimulation generates a change to the instrument's integrated components and increases the resonance together as a whole.

Something we like:

MONDAY, April 28 at 8 pm come see


Daniel Snipes is an ol’ Westminster boy who now plays Southern Jazz/Soul/Rhythm&Blues influenced by the jazz/swing era of the ‘30s, ‘40s, and ‘50s. Being a gospel artist and full time musicianary, his deep southern roots draw him close to humble people and his songs are what keep them near.


May 10

at 8 pm

we proudly


Emily Kopp's music has been described as a marriage between "bluesy heartache vocals and pop songwriting smarts" (The Advocate), and the soon to be 23 year old singer-songwriter is ready to become a full-time road warrior with the release of her debut full length album, "Serendipity Find Me.”

Admission $10
Admission $5
Mayberry Comes To WMH

Friday, May 2:

“Knott, Knotts, Who’s There?” Getting to know the man behind Barney Fife with Karen Knotts - 3:30 PM

During the 4th Annual Mayberry Comes To Westminster festival WMH will be hosting several performances associated with this popular, family-friendly event.

Tickets to all of these special performances will be $10.

Saturday, May 3:

“Knott, Knotts, Who’s There?” Getting to know the man behind Barney Fife with Karen Knotts - 1 PM

“Mayberry Moments”

Rodney Dillard and the Dillard Band perform at 5 PM

Saturday, May 17

at 8 pm

we welcome


Jenn won five 2012 Independent

Country Music Association Awards,

including: Overall Winner,

Best Female Country Artist,

Best Musician, Best Songwriter and

Country Music Song of the Year for “Jealous of the Angels.”

Admission $15


Returns to WMH

Friday, May 23 at 8 pm

This time she’s bringing her band!

Sarah performed solo in her first appearance on our stage, and this time she will be joined by her band for an even more rousing evening of innovative, engaging music.

Listeners and fans have compared Sarah with such great artists as Rickie Lee Jone, Norah Jones, Regina Spektor, Frank Zappa and John Lennon. Check it out! Catch this show! And make up your own mind about this whimsical adventure seeker with stars in her eyes.

There’s video of her earlier show at WMH online HERE, or click the “Listen...” button to see and here more.

Friday, May 30

at 8 pm

we welcome


Admission $15

Uplifting, enlightening and hilarious with a voice that can burn the house down, Amy Steinberg is singer, songwriter and storyteller like none other.

The main thrust of her work comes from marrying the sacred and profane, fusing the dreamlike nature of spirit with the rooted realness of sexuality and humor.

She plays the piano and guitar with her own swingy rhythmic bounce, injecting shades of jazz, rock, hip hop, all with a theatrical flair.

Deeply soulful, with her bombastic belt she sings of self-love and the holiness of everything.

Saturday, June 7 at 8 pm we proudly present




Two-time Grammy nominee Jeff Sipe brings together the incredible virtuosos Mike Seal on guitar and Taylor Lee on bass to form the Jeff Sipe Trio.

An alumnus of Berklee College of Music, Sipe has established himself as one of the greatest drummers in the United States. He has toured and/or recorded with highly renowned artists

such as Bela Fleck, Phil Lesh, Jimmy Herring Band, Trey Anastasio Band, Derek Trucks,

Col. Bruce Hampton & the Aquarium Rescue Unit

and many others.

Admission $15