Musician Line-Up for Lachlan’s Light the Night


Get your blankets and lawn chairs out because you’re going to want to sit and enjoy the musical lineup we have planned for Sunday, which is just TWO DAYS away!

The past couple of days we have offered a sneak peek into all the food and fun at this year’s event but we are also eager to tell you about the musical talent that will be joining us Sunday. Don’t forget that the admission is free, thanks to the grant we received from the City of Seneca.

Some of the voices on stage might be familiar from last year and we are thrilled to have them back! They’re all well known from the various venues they play across the upstate and the southeast. And one guest is brand new to Seneca, and is a name {and voice} you won’t forget.

We can’t wait to have one of our very own back this year. Joining us from 1:20-2:10pm, LC Branch brings his talent to the stage. Chris is a local, Seneca, SC, singer, songwriter, and guitarist. His soulful, bluesy spin will certainly win the hearts of those who’ve never seen him perform and is guaranteed to be loved by his faithful fans.

Also joining us again this year from 2:20-3:20pm is Greenville’s own Spencer Rush. Spencer is incredibly talented as he adds an edgy and unique sound to some of our favorite songs by some of his favorite musical influences. We’re certain you’re gonna love him.

Additionally, we are excited to introduce a local favorite, Adam Carter, hitting the stage from 3:20-4:10pm. A native of Westminster, SC, Adam discovered his love of music at the young age of seven. Paired with a voice you won’t forget comes his talent on the guitar. He has been spotted on stages with a few of our favorite country music legends- Willie Nelson, Brad Paisley, and Loretta Lynn to name a few.

And last but not least, headlining The 2nd Annual Lachlan’s Light the Night, we bring to the stage Tennessee’s very own EmiSunshine. If you haven’t had the opportunity to hear this explosive talent, you’re in for a real treat! Although just 12 years old, EmiSunshine is no newcomer to the music industry. She began performing in church as soon as she was able to walk down the aisle and she has graced numerous festivals and theatres with her incredible talent and is no stranger to some of Nashville’s most esteemed venues–The Grand Ole Opry and the Ryman Auditorium. She recently opened for and performed with Loretta Lynn and has also opened for other well known artists, including Jason Isbell and Willie Nelson. You may have seen her on TV on a Facebook Live feature during the 50th Annual CMA Awards just a couple of weeks ago.

Not only does she bring an authentic, folksy voice to the stage, she’s instrumentally talented as well, having learned to play the ukulele at the age of 7. She’s beautiful, she’s talented, and the girl can sing! Join us Sunday evening as EmiSunshine and her family band, The Rain, wrap up this year’s event, taking the stage from 4:45-6pm.

We’ll let you in on one more thing–her last song will be a very special one that the audience will sing a long with as we light the night with our luminaries. You don’t want to miss this!

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