Dock at the Rock 2013

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4th Annual “Dock at the Rock” Concert Event Set for June 15 on Smith Lake.

Silverock Cove hosting Dillon Hodges and other musicians to benefit BWRk

For Immediate Release: May 28, 2013

Media Contact: John Bagby, H2 Real Estate: (205) 253-4362, [email protected]

Crane Hill, Ala. – H2 Real Estate is hosting the 4th Annual Dock at the Rock on June 15th with a series of outdoor music performances at the amphitheater at Silverock Cove (101 Turtle Point Dr, Crane Hill, AL 35053) on Smith Lake. Dillon Hodges is headlining the event, with a number of musicians scheduled to play throughout day starting at 11 A.M. Tickets are $10 in advance and $15 on the day of the event. Proceeds from ticket sales will benefit Black Warrior Riverkeeper.

“This has been a fantastic event for the past three years, and Dillon Hodge’s music is perfect for the Silverock amphitheater,” says Carter Hughes of H2 Real Estate. “This event embodies the best parts of living on Smith Lake – good food, good music and a chance to invite our friends up to enjoy the lake in the summertime and benefit a great cause.”

The event is open to the public, and music should start around 11 A.M. There will be food vendors on site selling lunch and dinner plates throughout the day. Music should be finished around 7 P.M. Guests are encouraged to visit Silverock by car or by boat. Realtors from H2 Real Estate will be on site to give tours of new homes at the Silverock Cove site, as well as the Point William site just up the road on County Road 933.

Representatives from Black Warrior Riverkeeper will be on hand as well, as the Smith Lake region falls within the Black Warrior River watershed. “We are so excited to partner again with H2 Real Estate at Dock on the Rock to raise awareness about beautiful Smith Lake,” says Charles Scribner, Executive Director of Black Warrior Riverkeeper. “As more people visit and enjoy the Black Warrior River watershed, including Smith Lake, more will want to help protect these vital resources for future generations.”

Bands scheduled to play include The Pollies, Adam Faucett & the Tall Grass, The Pyles, The Bear, Great Peacock and Dillon Hodges. Dillon has recently released his first album Rumspringa , and has won numerous national awards as a flatpicking guitar champion. Hear Dillon’s work at

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About H2 Real Estate: with sales and leasing divisions in Birmingham and on Smith Lake, we are dedicated to being a full service agency across central Alabama. We are pleased to represent a number of outstanding properties, including the homes at Silverock Cove and Point William. For more information, please visit

Black Warrior Riverkeeper is a citizen-based nonprofit clean water advocacy organization whose mission is to protect and restore the Black Warrior River and its tributaries. A member of Waterkeeper Alliance, Black Warrior Riverkeeper was the Alabama Environmental Council’s 2007 Conservation Organization of the Year and the American Canoe Association’s 2008 Green Paddle Award winner. Nelson Brooke, Riverkeeper, won the Alabama Rivers Alliance’s 2010 River Hero Award. In 2013, American Rivers added the Black Warrior to its national list of Most Endangered Rivers due to the Shepherd Bend Mine. For more information, please visit


Sam Shober performing at last year’s Dock at the Rock. Photo by Eddie Hand, Smith Lake Living

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