"Hot Smokin' Blues" will take center stage at the Dogwood Park amphitheatre on Sunday, July 21, in a free concert.
Dogwood Park is located behind Tusculum View Elementary School on Lafayette Street in Greeneville.
Greeneville's own Jimmie D. is scheduled, as well as Bristol native Billy Crawford, for an evening of blues.
"These great guitarists are both known for fire and passion in their playing, and having them both on the same stage will be a rare treat for everyone," said a news release on the event.
Finishing out the lineup is Samantha Gray.
Born in Michigan, Gray now makes her home in Tennessee and has spent years singing, writing music and studying the visual arts.
"Her addition to this lineup will be the icing on the cake and is sure to inspire young and old alike," the release said. "Get ready for the blues, Greeneville!"
The gates will open at 4 p.m., with music beginning at 5 p.m. The public is welcome to bring blankets and lawn chairs.
This is a family-friendly event, and there is a playground for children adjacent to the park.
The concert is free, but donations will be accepted to help defray advertising and production costs.