FLORENCE, S.C. – Country music lovers have an opportunity to jam Friday in downtown Florence.

Florence will host the Downtown Country Jam on Friday evening.

The Country Jam will feature the music of Trey Calloway and his band.

Calloway’s musical style is mostly country, with a healthy dose of Southern rock and blues. He counts his main influences as a great mix of contemporary and old school – counting Johnny Cash and Garth Brooks among his favorites, all the way to the current music of artists like Jason Aldean and Eric Church.

Calloway and his band were honored as the only multiple award winner at the 2018 Carolina Country Music Awards Show. His 2017 hit, “Home is Where the Heart Is,” from his debut album, Carolina Man, received two awards in the categories of Song of the Year and Gospel Song of the Year. The band received more nominations than any other artist or group. It was nominated for four awards and walked away with three trophies, including Musician of the Year.

The Country Jam will also feature food vendors, including Kona Ice, Sweet Tooth, Erica’s, Wholly Smokin’, Dolce Vita, Sunshine’s Sweet Creations and the EZ Cheezy Food Truck. Pepsi products and cold beer and wine will also be available.

The event will be held in the 100 block of North Dargan Street from 6 to 9 p.m.

For more information, visit florencedowntown.com or call the Downtown Development Office at 843-678-5912.

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