The Kentucky HeadHunters will perform at 7 p.m. Saturday at the Green County Cattleman’s Association Ag Expo at the Cattleman’s Pavilion at 2468 Campbellsville Road.
Rhythm guitarist Richard Young said it will be the HeadHunters’ first concert in Greensburg, although the band’s hit song “Dumas Walker” was inspired by a Greensburg restaurant owned by Adolphus Ennis where the band often stopped to eat.
“That’s really the home of the ‘slawburger, fries and a bottle of Ski,’” Young said, referencing a lyric in “Dumas Walker.”
The song also mentions a person taking orders one at a time without using paper because he has “a photogenic mind,” as opposed to a photographic memory. Ennis often used the phrase “photogenic mind,” Young said.
Dumas Walker was actually the owner of a package store and a renowned marble shooter from Clay County, Tenn.
Opening for the Kentucky HeadHunters will be the local band Thin Line, featuring Steve Robertson, the father of Black Stone Cherry lead singer Chris Robertson of Edmonton.
Tickets are $12 in advance and $15 at the gate. Children 10 and younger will be admitted free. Concert goers are urged to bring lawn chairs for seating.