Fish Creek, Wis. (August 26, 2022) – The next concert in the 2022 Fishstock Concert Series will feature well-known singer-songwriter Jimmy Davis this coming Sunday, August 28.
With a career that has spanned four decades and traversed more than a million miles and several continents, singer-songwriter Jimmy Davis is the literal embodiment of the much-too-often-used term “troubadour.” Jimmy’s songs have been recorded by multiple recording artists and he has also recorded with numerous major artists. Jimmy’s warmth, energy, charisma and talent as a writer makes him a performer that endears him to audiences and peers alike. The Memphis, Tennessee native, who first graced local stages at age 9, brings an infectious enthusiasm to every performance. He was named “Premier Male Vocalist” by the Memphis chapter of the National Academy of Recording Arts & Sciences.
To attend a Fishstock concert, drive down County Hwy F east of Fish Creek and close to the intersection with Maple Grove Rd. you’ll notice a big white barn on the south side of the highway covered with colorful letters dubbing it “Fishstock.” Fishstock concert tickets can be purchased at the door for $20 general admission or $25 reserved seating. For reserved seats, visit Door County Tickets (https://doorcountytickets.com/events/jimmy-davis-8-28-2022).
The 100-year-old Fishstock concert barn is one of Door County’s most unique performance locations. What began in 1985 as a venture in employee housing evolved into the site of Sunday night folk, Americana and alternative music concerts. The Series is a combination of some of the area’s best local musicians and bands with visiting favorites, and there are a total of ten highly energized Sunday evenings of great music and fun.
Fishstock seats 150 people in the venue’s hayloft acoustic area for live intermission acts plus another 300 in the ground-level indoor area and an additional 300 in the outside seating area. Both concert ares feature independent state-of-the-art lighting and sound systems, creating a personal and rustic setting for performers and audiences alike. A digital projection system with a 10 ft. screen relays the stage views to the outdoor seating.