Hopscotch 2018: Zephaniah Ohora Is Flying the Flag for Classic Country in the Five Boroughs and Beyond

Forget Texas or Tennessee—deep in the heart of Brooklyn is a growing traditional country scene with a slew of artists excited to pay homage to the past while weaving their own tales through its sound. That’s where singer-songwriter Zephaniah Ohora is based, and where he helps cultivate the scene for the Williamsburg honky-tonk bar Skinny Dennis. Beyond playing three-hour Merle Haggard tributes or integrating songs from Ray Price and Gram Parsons into his sets, Ohora oversees the venue’s booking and has used the opportunity to help country music flourish far from its roots.

Read the full article at INDY Week.

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