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Company promoting Mingo tourism plans live concert series, trail ride events


​Williamson-based Appalachia Made Co. (AMCO) plans to host a series of live music performances this spring and summer, COVID-19 restrictions permitting, to add to the off-trail activities available to Hatfield-McCoy Trail System riders.
AMCO had planned to open the series with a live concert at the Williamson Field House on Saturday featuring Columbia Nashville recording artist and former “The Voice” contestant Kameron Marlowe. But in observance of public health guidelines limiting the size of indoor gatherings, the concert will instead be livestreamed free from Nashville, starting at 6 p.m., on Appalachia Made’s Facebook page and Riff. Marlowe will be joined by country artists Payton Smith and Alexis Wilkins.

“It’s turned into a fundraiser,” said Lexia Chamryk-Thomas, AMCO’s CEO. “We’ll be accepting donations for the Red Cross. So now, our first major live event is going to be the Whiskey Jam Powersports Festival, scheduled for the weekend of June 18.”

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