The Courier-Tribune featured the "Saturday Chat N Chill Facebook Live" co-hosted by the Heart of North Carolina Visitors Bureau and The Liberty Showcase Theater‘s Dewey & Leslie Brown. See a recording of the segment from the series here! Looking forward to next Saturday‘s edition!

Liberty, NC - Dewey and Leslie Brown, owners of The Liberty Showcase Theater, will join the Saturday morning Facebook Live Chat-N-Chill Series event.

Dewey played fiddle for Ralph Stanley for 11 years. Moreover, Dewey released a CD, “Traditional Fiddle,” featuring Stanley and The Clinch Mountain Boys.

Leslie is an authentic coal miner’s daughter who was raised by her grandparents in the Appalachian Mountains of Vansant, VA. Her upbringing in the mountains has always played a significant role in her songwriting, dancing and singing.

Together, their music is powerful and genuine to the bluegrass tradition.

The Heart of North Carolina Visitors Bureau kicked off the Saturday morning Facebook Live Chat-N-Chill Series on April 4 after the stay-at-home order began. Previous hosts have included:

— Joel McCloskey of Four Saints Brewing.

— Bruce Gholson and Samantha Henneke of Bulldog Pottery.

— The Kersey Valley Spookywoods Team.

— Beverly Mooney of Millstone Creek Orchards.

The Browns will share their amazing story and music, what’s happening at the theater and how they are adapting in changing times.

Go to The Liberty Showcase Theater Facebook page to catch the live feed at 10 a.m. 

Amber Scarlett, interim CEO of Heart of North Carolina Visitors Bureau, said the series was started to keep the destination’s beloved travel destinations top of mind for both locals and travelers.

Thousands have been reached through the series with people joining from other states and overseas, too.

“One of the most rewarding moments comes near the end of the Facebook Live event,” Scarlett said. “The presenters are often overwhelmed with the tangible love and support they feel from listeners who shared their Saturday morning with them.

“It’s meant a lot to all of us to feel like we were lifting each other up in a positive, safe way. It’s been very powerful.”