Wednesday, May 30, 2012

Friday, May 25, 2012

We're Back!

Yep. We're Open.
Come to downtown Grafton for The Spirit of Grafton celebration this Memorial weekend!

Friday, May 11, 2012

Closed for Renovations

The Grafton 123 is closed for the next two weeks. It will reopen on MAY 23rd with new surprises and even greater service!
 See you then!

Wednesday, September 28, 2011

Acting Governor Earl Ray Tomblin to 'Meet & Greet' at The 123

Meet & greet with the Governor of our great state of West Virginia

You can get answers here:

The Grafton 123
Thursday September 29, 2011

Saturday, September 17, 2011

Live: Meghan King Johnson

Here's the link that takes you to pics of the first time she graced us with her voice:

She's back!
She'll be here Saturday Sept 17 beginning at 8pm!

Can't Wait :)

Thursday, September 15, 2011

World Wide Spin in Public

The local fiber arts group (who regularly meet here on the 3rd Saturdayof each month), Loose Ends Fiber Addicts, will be hosting Grafton's showing in the world-wide:

Spin In Public

September 17, 2011
from 9 a to 3 p
Visit for more info

Friday, September 2, 2011

Dave D. Live Tonight at the 123!

Coming to the Grafton 123... David D. LIVE - bringing his energetic blend of Soul, Country, old R&B, and Elvis Tributes! A show that has something for everyone!!

Wednesday, July 20, 2011

Thursday, July 14, 2011

Father and Son - Live Friday at 8 pm!

The duo “Father & Son” is an exciting collaboration of one of West Virginia’s most seasoned folk performers along with a 12-year-old fiddle playing phenom from Northern California. The “Father”, Papa Weely (a.k.a., Mick Souter), has toured the country for years appearing along side notables such as Dave Mason, John Hartford, The Dillards, The Kingston Trio, and Dan Seals. The “Son”, William Condit-Souter is, in fact Mick’s 12-year-old son, who has been playing Appalachian style fiddle since he was 5 years old. They perform a surprising repertoire of music that includes the afore mentioned Appalachian style fiddle tunes, classic soft rock favorites (no AC/DC or Grand Funk), folk and bluegrass standards, and some originals.

MICK SOUTER is West Virginia’s BARD OF EDUCATION, the state’s leading educational performing artist who combines songs and stories to both educate and entertain. Mick Souter has presented more than 3,000 concert programs over the past eighteen years in theaters, state parks, colleges, festivals and concert venues such as Tamarack, The Cultural Center in Charleston, Mountain Stage, Snowshoe. Mick is a singer and storyteller as well as a versatile multi-instrumentalist who performs on a variety of instruments including banjo, guitar, dulcimer, violin, auto harp, mandolin, piano, recorder and harmonica. Mick’s up-beat shows are designed to encourage a great deal of audience participation, insuring that everyone gets involved in an active, dynamic way. These programs have been wildly successful over the past 20 years, providing a culturally rich entertainment feature suitable for family audiences of all ages.

William Condit-Souter is a West Virginia native who has been transplanted into the fertile soil of Sonoma County, California north of San Fransisco. Amidst the sea breezes blowing off the Pacific Ocean ten miles west of his home and the Redwood Forest fifteen miles north, William has ripened on the vine like fine California wine grapes. He has taken the base of fiddle lessons and stylistics provided by his father from the ages of 5 through 9 and has added to that under the tutelage of one of Northern California’s finest fiddle players, Dan Kahane. William’s ear and ability to spontaneously add wonderful fiddle lines to most any type of music is something only found in musicians twice his age.

Father & Son will get your feet tapping, your hands clapping and your voice singing, sometimes even in spite of yourself. Come join the fun, the singing, the camaraderie and join in with Father & Son on Friday, July 15 at the 123 from 8 p.m. to 11 p.m.

Friday, July 8, 2011

Live Music - Saturday at 8 pm!

Saturday, at 8 pm, Pick'n Dawg (aka Dan Cunningham) will be performing at the 123!

His " 'New Appalachian' music incorporates the essential simplicity of the rural mountains while drawing on a diverse vocabulary of sounds. At it's root is his accomplished finger-picking style guitar sound and songs influenced by the story-telling folk tradition...".

"Over the years Dan has performed/recorded with Phil Keaggy (Grammy nominee and Dove award winner), Robin Kessinger (1985 National Flatpicking Champion), Nedra Talley Ross (Ronettes), Phil Madeira (Nashville songwriter, producer, and recording artist) Lance DeMers (Hannah's Prayer), John Fischer, Jenny Allinder, Ted Sandquist and others."

For more information, visit his website!

Saturday, June 18, 2011

Isaac Sharp, Live Tonight at 8pm!

If you attended the Open Mic we held over Memorial Day Weekend, you will probably recognize Isaac Sharp, as he hosted the event for us....

Isaac is a Music Performance major at Fairmont State University, so come on out for a great performance by a very talented young musician!

Friday, June 17, 2011

Fresh Baked Chocolate Chip Muffins!

Yum! Chocolate Chip Muffins, straight from the oven!

Thursday, June 16, 2011

Tasty Treats

New Minis!
Red Velvet Cake with Sinfully Delicious Cream Cheese Icing!

Friday, June 10, 2011

Delicious Baked Goodies!

Yum! Homemade Cinnamon Buns and Chocolate Chip Cookies fresh from the 123 oven!

The MudDevils - Live Tonight at 8 pm!

The MudDevils will be performing tonight! Bring your friends and family and enjoy an evening of great food and tons of fun at the 123!

A little info about the band...

"Big Mark and Big Chris became bandmates about 5 years ago in the 5-piece Southwestern Progressive Rock Band, the Boneyard Brothers. The MudDevils are a spawn of the Boneyard Brothers and we play as such in our down time from the full band"

You can read more about them on Facebook!