Wednesday Night Concert | September
September 6, Luke Langford and the 331 Band
Luke Langford and the 331 Band are a 5 piece country band based in the central panhandle of Florida. They play everything from original music to covers of classic Haggard & Cash to today's great songwriters like Eric Church, Dierks Bentley and others. Most of their inspiration comes from the great Texas/Red Dirt music scene where great live performances and songwriting are king.
September 13, Forrest Willaims
Growing up in the hills of Arkansas, Forrest picked up the guitar when he was 14 years old and has been playing ever since. He grew up listening to Rock, Blues, Country, and Folk music from the 60's to present day, so these genres have greatly influenced his songwriting. His style covers a variety of music, incorporating the acoustic guitar and the harmonica.
September 20, Mose Wilson and the Delta Twang
Mose Wilson and The Delta Twang delivers a sound that meets somewhere in between New Orleans Blues and Nashville Honky Tonk. Members of the band include John Reinlie, Joe Pizzolato, Ben Parsons, and Dion Jones. Listeners love the bands Country influence. Touring locally, the band is sure to captivate the attention of their audience with their unique style.
September 27, The Courtyard Saints
This local band is from South Walton, 30a, Grayton Beach, and Seaside, FL. Major influences of the band include Bob Dylan, The Band, The Beatles, and John Prine. The Courtyard Saints were founded by Mike Whitty of The Thompson Brothers Band and Pale Blue Dot on lead vocals, guitar and bass, and Brad Shankwiler on vocals and percussion. Their 2012 debut “Sunshine State” is a spirited tribute to the early days of rock and roll recorded by Grammy-nominated producer Andrijah Tokic.