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Rhythm on the Rails May 24, 2024: Hunt Pipkin and Kimberlie Helton Band

May 24th @ 5:00 pm - 9:00 pm

Hunt Pipkin

Hunt Pipkin is 17-year-old singer/songwriter from Henderson, Tennessee. He loves singing all genres from pop, country to musical theater and R&B. Hunt’s natural singing ability has landed him on numerous stages across the United States including Nashville, Memphis and Los Angelas. He most recently performed at The Apollo Theater in New York City. He won an Orpheum Award for Outstanding Featured Actor this past May at the 2023 High School Musical Theater Awards.

Kimberlie Helton Band

Kimberlie Helton is a singer/songwriter born in Memphis, Tennessee. Although her 2014 album, “Gossip” is country, you can hear the soulful, bluesy influence in her voice when she covers some of her favorites, including an often-requested Susan Tedeschi’s, “Hurts So Bad.” Helton has enjoyed entertaining tourists from around the world on Broadway in Nashville and on Beale Street in Memphis.

Since forming the Kimberlie Helton Band in July of 2009, she has been blessed with opportunities to work with the last standing member of the Johnny Cash band, W.S. Holland and open for many Grand Ole Opry Legends.

Friday, May 24, 2024

Guests can expect a fun night of all genres on night two of our Rhythm on the Rails summer concert series. Up-and-coming artist, Hunt Pipkin will kick things off. You can expect anything from pop to country and even musical theater to R&B when he’s on stage.

The Kimberlie Helton Band will take the stage next. Helton is a singer/songwriter born in Memphis, Tennessee. You may hear some country from the band, but you can not deny the bluesy, soulful influence in the lead singer’s voice, especially when covering songs like “Hurst So Bad” by Susan Tedeschi.

It’s pizza and wings night. If you’re torn between pizza or wings, get both— it’s the perfect combination. And Hamburgers, hot dogs and other snacks will be available nightly. A cash bar will also be available serving up delicious drinks to quench your thirst on a warm summer evening.

Families are encouraged to bring their own blankets, chairs and  fishing gear. The gate near the Train Depot will open at 5:00 p.m., and music will begin at 6 p.m.

Thanks to the support of our partners, admission is free. The concert series is sponsored by: Total Tech SolutionsTennessee Arts CommissionThe Citizens Bank and Blue Bank Resort.