MOSES JONES at Visulite Theatre on 11/02/2017




Visulite Theatre (16+ (Must have ID) - Under 16 with Parent Only)

Doors Open: 7:00 - Show Starts: 8:00

Tickets Still Available at Door


A heapin’ helpin’ of dirty southern soul, with a side of funk, and a lot of jam spread on top!

Moses Jones is a N.C. based roots and Americana infused with southern rock, soul, and power percussion. The unique sound of our band is rooted in gospel, rhythm & blues, rock, salsa, soul, and country. The combination of these diverse styles creates an instant connection between the band and any type of audience.

The stories that Robert Johnson (lead vocal/guitar) tells through his songwriting speak of the fabric of life growing up in the Carolina's and have a flare that make you feel a part of the songs themselves. Songs such as “Carolina Days”,“Ole Dirt Road”, and “Won’t Do You No Harm” take you for a ride down memory lane via South I-85.

The name Moses Jones has been around longer than the band itself. Moses is the name of a prophet and Jones is a common name and represents us all. Together the name symbolizes the connection between the music, the band members, and the audience.

The formation of the band had its beginning in a local church. Band members Robert Johnson and Michael Rone (percussion) met while playing in their Christian worship band. Soon after Robert met Rodney Wallin (bass) through common music circles and enlisted him to join in developing songs that he had written. After a series of players passed through the ranks, Moses Jones finally met their destiny when Kennon Knight (drums and vocals), and Dom Val (organ and keys) joined the band and created the sound for which Robert had been searching.

A highlight of a Moses Jones show is when the band distributes drums and percussion instruments to the audience and allows them to join in on the fun. The band establishes a beat and encourages the audience to play along before taking off on a wild medley ride of songs ranging from "War" to "Use Me" to "Rapper's Delight." More than a crowd pleaser, the drum circle is inspired by Kennon Knight and his involvement with drumSTRONG, an organization that raises awareness & funds for important cancer initiatives globally.



Ziggy Pockets was born in rural West Virginia to a dedicated mother and a rambling guitar playing father who sang to Ziggy from the time he was old enough to listen. In 1989 his mother Kim moved him to Charlotte, North Carolina and he was introduced to the southern music culture including hip hop and southern bluegrass. Influenced by the likes of Waylon Jennings, Johnny Paycheck, 2 Pac, N.W.A., and living legend Roger Alan Wade, Ziggy developed a unique style that can only be his own. His vast love for music is evident in the songs he writes and the company he keeps. You will hear songs influenced and inspired by old greats and true stories. His music is real life and he hopes you will find a few songs that strike a chord in your own. You can hear a classic country ballad or a hardcore rap song, but most of all his versatility and love for music is what he wants to come through in his songs.



Start Time: 8:00

Page Mackenzie hails from the beautiful city of Charleston, SC. Her soul and vocal ability flow as deep as her Low-country roots. Her comprehensive admiration of country artists from past and present have molded her into the artist she is today and has truly influenced her original music. Her debut, self-titled EP was released in the summer of 2016 where she had the honor of recording at Hybrid Audio Solutions of Charleston, SC.

This three song EP truly put Page on the radar.Page's song,"Think of You," was featured on PBS's hit show, Moveable Feast with Pete Evans. Her heart-wrenching track, “Stay”, brought a lot of attention to the young artist. While competing and winning the regional round for Nash Next 2016, “Stay,” was played throughout local stations including NASH FM 96.9. This lead to many opportunities opening up for artists like Dylan Scott, The Blue Dogs, Jacob Davis of Black River Entertainment and Corey Smith along with playing at wildly popular venues/events including Music Farm Charleston, The Windjammer, Low Country Live ABC News 4, Nash FM 96.9, Sottile Theatre and much more.

She competed on Fox’s hit reality show, The X-Factor, acquiring a “yes” from all four judges. (Simon Cowell, Paulina Rubio, Demi Lovato, and Kelly Rowland) This year she was nominated for Country Grind of the Year and Country- Artist/Band of the Year for the Independent Tone Awards. Page Mackenzie was recently the winner of 2017 “Battle to the Beach." This gave her the opportunity to open and play along side artists such as Kenny Chesney, Lee Brice, Love and Left, Darius Rucker, and Jason Aldean at the Carolina Country Music Festival.

Page Mackenzie is currently working with some of the top song- writers in Nashville, TN and plans to release new music this upcoming year.