Photo Credit: John DeStefano
While scouring YouTube for videos to showcase Ryan Shupe and the RubberBand, we were overwhelmed by the positive response in the comments section.
Heres a few of our favorites and their corresponding videos:
I saw them in concert a few days ago, and this was one of my favorite parts! They put their instruments behind their heads and jammed to a whole bunch of different songs, Mario included. It was EPIC. These guys are AMAZING live performers! :: by Sierra Heymeyer
”these guys are some of the best live performers in the world. seriously, go see them. GO SHUPE!” :: by Skrakjaw7
The best live band I have ever seen. Their entire shows is entertaining. They have great stage presence and their musical talent is amazing!! You would not be disappointed going to one of their shows. :: by Kilikinaful
More Info and Tickets HERE
Sarah Jarosz on 11/18
w/ special guest Brian Wright
11/20 Music starts at 8pm // $22.50 adv tickets
In 1988, Johnny was inducted into the Blues Foundation Hall of Fame and in 2003, he was ranked 63rd in Rolling Stone magazine’s list of the “100 Greatest Guitarists of All-time”.
Johnny Winter has been playing music since he was ten years old, in which he appeared on a local children’s show, playing ukelele and singing Everly Brothers songs with his brother. His recording career began at the age of fifteen, when his band Johnny and the Jammers released “School Day Blues” on a Houston record label.
On December 7, 1968 Johnny finally got his break in a clip from the Rolling Stone Magazine that labeled him as “the hottest item outside of Janis Joplin…a hundred and thirty pound cross-eyed albino with long fleecy hair that can play some of the gutsiest fluid blues guitar you’ve ever heard.” Building off his influences, such as B.B. Kind and Muddy Waters, he was able to achieve a large following and even played with greats such as Jimi Hendrix.
Here’s one of his most popular hits:
Today, he is still holding strong and jamming to the greats of the past.
We are ecstatic to welcome him to our stage and hope that you will come enjoy the legend himself on November 20!
Tickets and more info LOCATED HERE.
Adam Klein & the Wildfires
Wednesday, October 23, 2013
Tuesday, October 22, 2013
Take a look at a few fantastic shots from our show with Josh Ritter!
We were all disappointed when we saw the weather forecast for this Thursday – but that doesn’t mean you have to cancel the fun! We have rented a big big tent for our patio, and have moved our second Festival stage to our spacious ballroom! That means that wherever you are at our American Music Festival, you will be dry and happy.
Did we mention the day of music is FAMILY FRIENDLY? Kids under 12 get in for free! Make us part of your rain-free 4th of July plans…we will have hours of Bluegrass/Americana music, delicious food choices, and plenty of beverages. See our full festival schedule here.