Dan Tyminski treated the sold-out crowd at McLemore Club to an intimate evening of stories and songs on Thursday night.
Tyminski, who is a Grammy Award winning artist, is best known as the voice behind the Soggy Bottom Boys song, A man of Constant Sorrow, in the movie soundtrack of O’ Brother Where Art Thou
Dan is an accomplished artist who plays many instruments, and he is a song writer, singer, and great story teller. His voice is one that has many artists seek him out for their songs. He is a long time member of the Alison Kraus band Union Station.
His audience was treated to many stories of his life, and how they ended up in his songs. The outdoor setting at McLemore is a special place on the brow of Lookout Mountain, and all seemed to relish in live music again.
The evening was a listening show, feeling like we were sitting in Dan’s living room.
He took some requests from the adoring crowd and showed his great sense of humor with many funny twists on how his life and songs evolved. He treated the audience to some of his new songs he is working on, including some bluegrass efforts.
All was with great approval from his fans on a beautiful evening on Lookout Mountain.