Spatial Effects bluegrass band will be performing a free concert at Martin’s Corner in Cohutta on Friday at 7 p.m.
The northwest Georgia based band is composed of Earl Brackin (mandolin and vocals), Tom Brown (banjo and harmonica), David Crawford (guitar and vocals), Phil Paris (bass and vocals), and Tim Witt (dobro and bass).
Over the years Spatial Effects has performed at numerous venues throughout the south, including Chattanooga’s Riverbend Festival, Nightfall, the Alabama Egg Festival, county fairs, and too many churches to even begin to count. The band has also opened for several national touring bands, including The Claire Lynch Band, The Becky Buller Band and Goose Creek Symphony.
Martin’s Corner is at the corner of Wolfe Street and Red Clay Road (across from the Red Wolfe Grill) in the heart of Cohutta. Attendees are encouraged to bring chairs and socially distance themselves from others who are not in their group. This event is free.