Nikki Talley & Jason Sharp: LIVE IN GARDEN CITY on 5/4

Apr 10, 2019

Jason Sharp & Nikki Talley hit Garden City Community College on May the 4th (be with you)...& Eva Rose might join in on banjo.

Nikki Talley & Jason Sharp, celebrated road warriors & folkmasters hailing from North Carolina, return to the High Plains for our 2nd-ever collaboration with Garden City Community College & Tumbleweed Festival. Don't miss their show on Saturday, May the 4th (be with you...and yes, you can wear Star Wars attire) at 7:30pm.

Nikki & Jason's live set is incredible. These two have it all: expertly crafted melodies and lyrics, cloud-crushing vocals and harmonies, and excellent guitar and banjo pickin'. PLEASE TELL EVERYONE, and come out to support LIVE MUSIC on the High Plains. 


Saturday, May 4 @ 7:30 PM at Garden City Community College 

*** Beth Tedrow Student Center (Portico) ***

Refreshments provided + BYO snacks/sodas

Suggested Donation: $15

CLICK HERE to RSVP, or call 806.367.9088 to reserve your seat!


Accompanying Event:  “Studio Seminar” – Saturday, May 4 @ 5PM at the Beth Tedrow Student Center (Portico) 

For more about Nikki & Jason, visit their website, or check them out live on stage!


MORE ABOUT THE CONCERT: Garden City Community College, in partnership with High Plains Public Radio and the Tumbleweed Festival, are proud to present Nikki Talley & Jason Sharp in the 2nd Living Room Concert on the GCCC campus on Saturday, May 4th at 7:30 PM in the Beth Tedrow Student Center Portico. 

These road warriors of song travel nonstop, playing on average 200 shows per year! They have logged almost 250,000 miles in their home and tour bus, Bluebell, in the last few years. Her soulful, silken voice weaves melodies that remind us of the mountains and the sea – both mysterious and rhythmic. Jason Sharp, her partner and husband, adds a rhythm and harmony that keeps us close and cozy.

This is the 2nd concert in a new initiative bringing Arts and Humanities programming to Southwestern KS. This partnership with the Western Kansas Arts Alliance (WKAA) serves to provide arts and humanities programming, education, and opportunities to the citizens of the High Plains. GCCC is pleased to open its doors to the public for an intimate, listening-room atmosphere at this Living Room Concert, as well as a free Master Class with Nikki and Jason that’s  free and open to the public. We encourage all patrons to express their gratitude by offering a free will donation to Nikki and Jason during the concert on Saturday. (Please bring cash to support live music on the High Plains!)

Need more info? Contact Brian McCallum at