(Saturday) 2:00 pm - 5:00 pm
Chimney Rock Tasting Room and Bistro
438 Main St
“Music brings out the best in people,” Myron philosophizes. “They just leave their other thoughts behind and get lost into the music by dancing, singing, clapping or just closing
“Music brings out the best in people,” Myron philosophizes. “They just leave their other thoughts behind and get lost into the music by dancing, singing, clapping or just closing their eyes and listening. I love playing and seeing the smiles of the people enjoying themselves; that fires me up. I love it when people come up to me young and old, and tell me how some of the songs I play brings them back to so many good memories.”
“As long as I can perform, I will.”
As a solo singer and guitarist, Myron Hyman performs wherever there are people to hear him. Big venues; little venues; near and far: He and his guitar are there playing a wide assortment of covers and his original tunes.
“I love to play both places big and small,” he said. “Every gig is a new adventure.”
At 63, he is unassuming and easily fits in the WNC culture. You might not ever guess he has played with some big name musicians and even had his original music performed for the likes of actress Calista Flockhart at the 100th episode party of the comedy series “Ally McBeal” (1997-2002).