An Americana Afternoon

Join us at ASW Distillery the afternoon of Sunday, March 11 from 3-6pm, for a live performance by singer-songwriters Martin Joseph & Mark Miller, whose Georgia roots inspire their genuine storytelling and songs of redemption.

The show offers you a chance to enjoy great Americana, the new greenspace & lively libations. And depending on which ticket option you select, you could leave with a bottle of our Fiddler Bourbon signed by the artists.

Doors at 2pm, show starts promptly at 3pm.

About Martin Joseph:

With country music tradition at his core, singer-songwriter Martin Joseph crafts songs that reflect his Georgia roots and appreciation for genuine storytelling.

His authentic approach to performance continues to win over listeners. And his blended style of Americana, Country, and Southern Rock speaks to joy, pain, and everything in between. With an increasing presence in the Atlanta and surrounding area music scene, Martin has shared the stage with local and touring acts at venues across the region.
Look for his self-titled EP and his fan-favorite singles Water with Whiskey and Tomorrow’s Train on iTunes, Spotify, and beyond.

About Mark Miller:

The past few years, Mark Miller has been performing his own brand of Americana/Country Music in sold out listening rooms from Georgia to Maine (not just an Appalachian Trail reference). Strongly influenced by the 1970’s Texas school of songwriters, Mark writes stories of his own journey through recovery and redemption.

His latest collection of songs co-written with platinum-selling, award-winning country music song-writing legend, Phil Barnhart, will be out later this Spring.


Music: $12 (ticket to the show; no drink tickets, but drinks available at the bar)
Music + Liquid Poetry: $14 (ticket to the show + 3 drink tickets)
Music + Fiddler in a Bottle: $45 (ticket to the show + 3 drink tickets + bottle of ASW Distillery’s Fiddler Bourbon, signed by Martin & Mark)

Hope to see you there!


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