GREEN SOLO CUP PARTY at The Music Farm on March 11th 

Featuring Tucker Beathard, The Blue Pickups and Haley Mae Campbell

18+ to attend


The Blue Pickups:

Front man "Wyatt" joined The Blue Pickups in the Spring of 2015. The band has now been reworking dozens of originals as well as adding familiar cover songs in the Country & Rock music genre's. The band premiered their act in December 2015 at iHeart Media event by opening for the popular Nashville based Country Band Parmalee. The band has since recorded a Country Rock album in Nashville. Contributors to the recording were session drummer Ben Phillips, Grammy Producer Dave Wyatt, Jimmy Rogers, Donny Rogers, Mike Danielsen, Tim Rosenau, and Kelly Wyatt. The Columbia, SC based band is now booking events and festivals and anticipates an album release in March of 2017. The band recently played as the opening act for One SC Fund flood relief benefit concert with 2012 American Idol winner Candice Glover and South Carolina's own Darius Rucker. The event raised over $600,000 dollars and will be used to fund victims of the flood in 2015. Three of the originals were also included in an indie film titled "Curtain Call-Face the Music", also Co-Produced by Wyatt. Wyatt has also performed on stage in Nashville at The Stage on Broadway, and their song "Redneck Whiskey" has been covered at Tootsie's. The song has also received radio time in Columbia, and of all places, Ipswitch England. Wyatt received a skip the line pass in 2014 for America's Got Talent in Atlanta, but could not make the audition. His priorities are God, family, and music.

Social media:

Twitter: @thebluepickups


Haley Mae Campbell:

A dedicated singer/songwriter raised in Charleston, SC, Haley Mae has loved music and performing arts all her life. After recording at Cupit Studios in Nashville, Haley Mae debuted her first album, “Hugs & Disses,” at the Charleston Music Farm in February of 2015. Since then, she has landed many notable gigs including writing and performing a Monday night promotional music video with the Charleston RiverDogs, a slot at the 9th Annual First Flush Festival with headliner Sheryl Crow, and opening for country stars Love and Theft, Lauren Alaina, Dan + Shay, Easton Corbin, Chris Janson, Brothers Osborne, and Josh Turner, as well as folk legends The Avett Brothers. Immediately after graduating, Haley Mae and her band, The Hardware, embarked on their first ever tour of the East coast. Performing everywhere from Orlando to New York City, the “Hugs & Disses Tour” marks the first of many to come for this young performer.

 Her EP, "Phone Home," released in March of 2016, shows incredible growth. The five-track album, co-written with drummer Ben Sewell, was recorded at Truphonic Studios in Charleston, SC, and engineered by Joey Cox. "Evergreen," the last song on the track list and first written for the project, was quickly picked up by 105.5 The Bridge for regular rotation. The title track and lead single from the album, "Phone Home," is a fan favorite and quite the head-turner. A folk/rock sound coupled with clever lyrics and evocative melodies make EP "Phone Home" an exciting development in this new artist's career.

Ending the year with a bang, Haley Mae won both "Female Singer/Songwriter of the Year" from i93.7 Locals Only, as well as "Country Artist of the Year" at the 2016 Independent Tone Awards. Her latest single, "Lose My Number," peaked at #5 on the iTunes Country Pre-Orders Chart, and debuted on January 20th at #43 on the Singer/Songwriter Chart. With more new music on the horizon, 2017 is shaping up to be a breakout year for Haley Mae Campbell.