Monday, December 15, 2008

Songwriters and BBQ Make For A Fun Family Holiday Outing

Hit Nashville songwriter, Kim McLean and former Kerrville Folk Festival winner, Mark Elliott join forces onstage Friday and Saturday, December 19 and 20 at two 10pm shows at Swallow at the Hollow. Two headliners sharing a band, these two headlining song spinners will keep you entertained as part of their national Folklahoma Appalachi-Groove Train Tour.

Kim McLean has been a career songwriter for twenty years with over 200 song credits from Tim McGraw to Trisha Yearwood to Lee Ann Womack to having her own performances on TV’s JAG, West Wing, and Hope & Faith. As an artist, her duet with Dolly Parton, “Angels and Eagles” has become an anthem from parents to children.

Mark Elliott is a folk troubadour who weaves stories and songs in a jubilant look at life with a cock-eyed sense of humor. With song credits by artists like Neal McCoy and the late Chris LeDoux, Mark’s meaningful masterpieces are thought provoking as well as entertaining. Sharing a small acoustic band, the show sprinkles stories and humorous anecdotes with tight harmonies and groove-laden rhythms.

The two perform at 10pm shows on Friday and Saturday, Dec 19 and 20 at Roswell’s Swallow at the Hollow; located at 1072 Green Street in Roswell, Georgia (30075) and tickets are $17.50. Reservations can be made by calling 678-352-1975. There are show only tickets available as well. Swallow at the Hollow is a mainstay for good southern cooking with great BBQ being their mainstay, and specialty dishes like their homemade chocolate chip banana pudding as well as becoming a destination location for intimate acoustic live music. For more information, check online at

Listen for Kim McLean’s live performance on the Moby in the Morning Show, at 8:30am on Friday, Dec. 19th at 8:30am on WEKS 92.5 Griffin, GA (or visit online for other stations) for a sneak preview of what you will hear at Swallow at the Hollow. Call 615-400-5140 for interview information about Kim McLean or Mark Elliott.
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