Concert Lineup for June 11, 2017

Scheduled Acts

  • 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm: Wild Mountain Mystics

    Wild Mountain Mystics plays music ranging from tender-hearted love songs to foot-stompin' folk blues, mainly on acoustic guitar and mandolin. Their voices, gritty and smooth, blend in a way that can be reminiscent of traditional mountain music, while their lyrics often aspire toward poetry.

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  • Terry Okey1:00 pm - 2:30 pm: Terry Okey

    Terry Okey is an artist in the Blues-Country-Rock genre whose songs will groove, move and soothe you down the road. It is uncommon to find an artist who can draw from so many Traditional styles, and yet effortlessly combine them into wonderfully New Soulful songs. It is this talent that makes Terry an emerging force with his music. He draws from a range of emotions in crafting his songs, and they sound fresh, yet also seem instantly familiar. "I have always loved music and I really connect with the feel of Blues, Country, Rock, Bluegrass and R&B". It took him many years of studying these styles to become fluent in their writing.

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  • 3:00 pm - 4:00 pm: Bobby Joyner

    Front man with the Sundowners.

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  • Jed's Dead4:00 pm - 5:00 pm: Jed's Dead

    Jed's Dead is a Los Angeles based band that creates a dark blend of country rock and alternative roots music. The band has gradually expanded its sound while still honoring the Americana tradition. Jed's Dead crafts songs that range from twangy, blues rockers to brooding acoustic ballads all with a touch of gallows humor.

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  • 5:00 pm - 6:00 pm: NOCONA

    Nocona’s roots are in Texas – songwriter, lead guitarist, and singer Chris Isom’s family are 6th generation Texans – but the band’s sun and stars rise over California. Nocona is a rock band with history who draw their roots from Country, Folk, Punk, Rock and psychedelia. They are known for taking the psychedelia of the 13th Floor Elevators and mashing it up with the Bakersfield sound—Roky and Buck; Love and the Burrito Brothers. At times the music finds the petulance and power of The Ramones and The Kinks, but it is tradition that comes out on stage every time Chris and Adrienne Isom bring their traveling circus to town.

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