The Lowe Mill Art Center after a fantastic festival. Matthew Bukula did a wonderful job of booking the acts and being the master of ceremonies. The other acts were all very good. The Anti Social Butterflies were two young women who sang and played cigar box guitars, adopting the instrument to current pop music. Mark Buerschaper played wonderful, intricate folk and blues on his homemade cigar box guitar. Big Chris & D'Bare Bones Band used cigar box guitars and drums to deliver heartfelt rock, blues and country music. The Mississipi duo Macey Mac and Gypsy did country, blues and Christian music with 12 year old Macey (who I believe will be a star one day) belting out the vocals. Rockers One Hand Dan and the Band tore the place up with cigar box guitar, bass and drums. Johnny Lowebow, out of Memphis, is a one man band and a true original. When the show was done I drove by the Lowe Mill Tower into the night. I was feeling very, very good indeed.