Live Music All Weekend Long

Saturday

Noon- 3 PM: JT and Gypsy Cab Co.
JT and Gypsy Cab will start off the event with an acoustic set, then blow the red roof off of the stage with a blues set to melt your face off.  Grab a blanket and some barbecue, and dig into some soul.

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4 PM – 8 PM: Mario Mena Band
The Mario Mena band formed in Oct of 2009, even though they haven’t been together long they have over 40 years of combined professional experience together, each adding their own flavor to the band. Even though they all play different styles of music they come together and form a really awsome band, they will always leave you guessing what they will play next. With a wide variety of music, anything and everything, there’s not one genre this band doesn’t cover. With that kinda song list it’s almost impossible not to like this band or the songs they play! Since forming they have played all over the southeast.

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Sunday

Noon- 3PM: The Jeff Galey Band
Legendary. That’s pretty much the only word you can use to describe the Jeff Galey Band. Local Heroes each in their own right, these masters of rock are sure to get things going in a spirited fashion on what would otherwise be a lazy Sunday afternoon. Playing your favorites from the 70s, 80s, and 90s, this will be a set you don’t want to miss.

3 PM- 6 PM: The Clammers
If you like Pina Coladas, or just sipping them while listening to great beach music, The Clammers are the only choice for your next event. Performing hits by Jimmy Buffet, Van Morrison and Bob Marley among many others, this talented duo brings a peaceful, easy feeling to any occasion. Acoustic guitar is overlapped with harmonica and vocals to soothe the crowd into a mellow mood, sure to last all night. So if you’re in need of quality hits played true to their original form, it’s Clammertime, and come Monday, it’ll be alright.
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