The Canton Theatre will provide a night of musical entertainment from 7 to 10 p.m. Feb. 26, featuring local artists from Woodstock and Canton.

Greg Shaddix, Jonathan Peyton and Cody Bolden are coming together to present original songs and music on the theater stage for the first time.

Shaddix is an Americana artist from Woodstock, best known for “The Mockingbird Podcast,” which features local and national songwriters. He got his start in the church his father led in Alabama. Shaddix’s songs are “born through stories, lived or overheard somewhere unexpected,” according to a biography on the event’s website.

Peyton is a singer and songwriter from Woodstock. He writes emotional songs that tell a story and captivate audiences by their relatability and honesty. He says that “writing music has become a way of processing through life and relating to others and their stories.”

Bolden is a singer and songwriter based in Canton. He was raised in Alabama and Georgia, traveling between homes. His mom would sing folk songs while cooking breakfast in the morning, and his dad’s radio was always on and dialed to an outlaw country station.

Each act will perform for about one hour. The theater has less than 200 seats and has hosted silent films, plays, and live music in the past. Tickets range from $20 to $38, and can be purchased at bit.ly/3tq39Pc.

The Canton Theatre is located at 171 E. Main St. in Canton.

This event is presented by Green Line Brewery, Kell Hospitality and Vacations By Sally.

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