Eddie Owen Presents at The Red Clay Music Foundry
Music is a universal language that transcends boundaries. Songwriters and their stories traverse time with lyrics that resonate with people from all walks of life. Nowadays, many people only experience these artists' magic through their playlists. However, a renaissance is occurring in historic Duluth, attracting people from near and far. The live music at Red Clay Music Foundry, which has become the songwriter's best friend, significantly contributes to this phenomenon.
An eclectic group of patrons regularly gathers at this music venue to appreciate the displayed talent. Founder Eddie Owen often says, "Life is in the song," and he possesses a unique ability to spot emerging artists. He has played a crucial role in launching the careers of musicians such as John Mayer, the Indigo Girls, The Civil Wars, and Sugarland. His deep connection to the grassroots music scene and unmatched industry credibility set him apart.
The lower level of Red Clay Music Foundry houses the Duluth branch of the Gwinnett School of Music. In addition to private music lessons, the school provides group and ensemble classroom instruction and workshops.