Entertainment

Stop by the Center Hall front porch where a wonderful lineup of local blues, country, and folk music will be played throughout the day.

Music Lineup

10:00 a.m.

SoupCamelMusic

SOUP CAMEL MUSIC

Soup Camel is a unique band from Morgantown, West Virginia consisting of; Soup Camel, Motown Minnie K, The Beat Doctor, The Lovely Leslie Faye, and Delta Dave. Their music is an eclectic mix of genres that can only be described as Americana. Mostly acoustic in nature, Soup Camel is rooted in jazz/blues from the 1920s to 1940s and beyond with some occasional journeys into world music.

12:00 p.m.

LOGANTOWN BLUEGRASS MUSIC

LoganTown is a new bluegrass band made of experience musicians from the four corners of West Virginia. They specialize in traditional as well as contemporary, hard-driving bluegrass music.  The band consists of Aaron Holley, Chris Warnick, Tiffany Rice and Tyler Rice.

 

Despite their playful, laid back attitude, these blue-collar Steel City natives are a hot five-piece band that will get audiences out of their seats with an original blend of rough and tough rhythm & blues music. With 14 years, four live albums, and one studio release now under its belt, the band continues to use its twin lead guitar attack to mix classic and contemporary blues styles in performances across the country. Mahajibee regularly receives airplay on HD radio, local and regional blues stations, and blues radio in Europe, Canada, and Australia. The band is currently preparing for the 2014 releases of a live album, New Boots, Vol.1, which provides a retrospective look at the 2013 touring season, and new original and cover material. – See more at: http://www.mahajibeeblues.com/bio/#sthash.vFSQtVPJ.dpuf
Despite their playful, laid back attitude, these blue-collar Steel City natives are a hot five-piece band that will get audiences out of their seats with an original blend of rough and tough rhythm & blues music. With 14 years, four live albums, and one studio release now under its belt, the band continues to use its twin lead guitar attack to mix classic and contemporary blues styles in performances across the country. Mahajibee regularly receives airplay on HD radio, local and regional blues stations, and blues radio in Europe, Canada, and Australia. The band is currently preparing for the 2014 releases of a live album, New Boots, Vol.1, which provides a retrospective look at the 2013 touring season, and new original and cover material. – See more at: http://www.mahajibeeblues.com/bio/#sthash.vFSQtVPJ.dpufBand members include Tim Ambrass, Brent McConnell, Pat Tevis, Tim Vitullo, and Earl Schwalm.

1:30 p.m.

ELMER RICH & FRIENDS

Born in 1919 and playing fiddle since 15, Elmer Rich regularly appears as a featured performer around the state and country. Highlights include the 2013 Vandalia Gathering and playing for Eleanor Roosevelt at Arthurdale! Today, he travels with friends Mark Crabtree and Tom Gibson. Although both play backup guitar for Elmer, they play multiple instruments amongst the two of them including fiddle, banjo and mandolin. Expect good ol’ fashioned bluegrass from these experienced boys.

3:00 p.m.

MAHAJIBEE BLUES

Despite their laid back attitude, these blue-collar Steel City natives are a five-piece band that will get audiences on their feet. With 14 years together the band mixes classic and contemporary blues styles to play worldwide including the U.S., Europe, Canada, and Australia. Band members include Patrick Tevis, Brent McConnell, Tim Ambrass, Tim Vitullo and Earl Schwalm

 


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