Join us on the Slope for a night of Good Times & Bright Wines. From Sounthern Ohio comes Jerry Gibson to the Slope. His smooth mellow sounds gives vibes of Jack Johnson and Michael Bublé.
Jerry Gibson, a self taught musician and vocalist, he started out singing in a metal band named Echuta over 20 years ago. While drifting from the metal genre, Gibson began to write acoustic music and founded a band called Religion of Love years ago that morphed into Appalachian Hillside Revolution, an ongoing side project. With 20-plus years of experience in the central Ohio region, Gibson is best known for his love of friends and his passion of performing. His writing skills have produced crowd favorites like Alive, Ms. Delilah and around 50 other songs written from the heart. Jerry plays a SAMS guitar built by Todd Sams, Athens Ohio. You may check this guitar out sometime after I die and put it down.
Frequently asked questions.
What is the cost? Free no cover charge.
Do you have food available?
Yes, we have a deli and make made to order sandwiches. We also have other options. April - October we also have Food trucks often on the weekends.
Can we bring our own food in?
Yes, we allow food to be brought in. We do not allow drinks to be brought in.
No, our license does not allow any alcohol other than what we produce on our property. This includes the outside area as well.
Yes, children are welcome.
Will the music be outside or inside?
May-September music is outside when the weather is nice.