Wednesday Night Concert Series
August Wednesday Night Concert Series 7-9pm
August 4 | Dion Jones & The Neon Tears
The Neon Tears are a 5 piece band from Santa Rosa Beach, FL. with multiple singers and a big sound. From Outlaw Country to Southern Rock, there is an arrangement that's just for you.
August 11 | Casey Kearney
Casey Kearney is a fresh take on the country music scene. Her personal songs effortlessly convey both the sweetness of a Southern belle and the steel backbone of a strong country woman with a little touch of rock and grit. Her music ranges from slow heartfelt ballads to upbeat crowd favorites and playful melodies. Her sound is a great representation of vibrant women everywhere.Throughout her career Casey has played events all over the country including stages in Las Vegas for the National Finals Rodeo. She was invited to perform our National Anthem for the Major League Baseball team the Atlanta Braves. She has played her original music at the legendary Bluebird Cafe in Nashville, TN. Played Texas Country Tours including Zapp Hall (Cody Johnson, Kacey Musgraves, Kimberly Dunn.) Casey has shared the bill with acts such as Gregg Allman, Justin Moore, Joe Diffie, Brandi Carlile, Jason Isbell, Jeffery Steele, Tanya Tucker, Susie Mcentire, Runaway June and more. Notable events such as the 30A Songwriters Festival, Panama City Songwriters Festival, Mullet Festival, Mattie Kelly Concert Series, Alys Beach, Baytowne Village Concert Series, and so many more.
August 18 | The HooDoos
A local three piece jam/rock/funk band.
August 25 | Big Al and The Heavyweights
Big Al and The Heavyweights began in 1992 as the Unknown Blues Band with founding members Warren Haynes and Al Lauro. The two met performing in country outlaw, David Allan Coe's Band. They quickly found a common interest; their love of music, especially the blues. Soon they put together the U.B.B and began performing at small clubs and festivals. The band began getting notoriety for their lengthy sets and their ability to fuse their many musical influences into a powerful brand of blues. The band started opening for many acts, including B. L. T., which included Dickey Betts, Chuck Leavall, and Butch Trucks. Dickey Betts was truly inspired by Warren's incredible guitar prowess and soulful vocals and offered him a gig in a band he was putting together. Naturally, Warren took the gig and the rest is history. He went on to become a major force in The Allman Brothers Band in which he currently plays as well as his own band, Gov't Mule. As for Big Al, he had lost an incredible guitarist and vocalist but never a friend. The only thing left to do was to move on and that he did; putting together a new band and landing a record deal with Scott Mullins' Rollin and Tumblin Records to create Big Al and The Heavyweights.