Blues, Brews & BBQ during Landing – Branson Tri
September 20, 2017 - bbq set
Branson Landing is hosting a initial song festival and fundraiser, “Blues, Brews BBQ” set to flog off during 10 a.m. Saturday in Branson. All deduction from this eventuality will advantage a Boys and Girls Club of a Ozarks.
Beginning during 10 a.m., grill by Level 2 Steakhouse, Cantina Laredo, Black Oak Grill Branson, and Garfield’s Restaurant will be showcased via a day, as will brews on daub from a Budweiser Beer Truck. Plus there will be rebound houses, children’s activities, ice-cream floats by Kilwins and Ozarks Coca-Cola/Dr. Pepper Bottling Company, Budweiser, Rita Kiosks and some-more all to advantage The Boys Girls Club of a Ozarks.
The Entertainment kicks off during noon with internal favorites Sister Lucielle, a roots/blues band, followed by a Dylan Whitney Band from Oklahoma during 2 p.m.
From there, Papa Green Shoes, a complicated electric blues rope who also hold on essence and rock, takes a theatre during 4 p.m., followed by a Bel Airs during 6 p.m. The Bel Airs perform a danceable brew with an “authentic though heterogeneous bluesy-country-soul-and-rock-n-roll sound” shabby by a likes of Wilson Picket, Slim Harpo, Howlin’ Wolf and Johnny Cash.
Finally, a Norman Jackson Band will tighten a eventuality commencement during 8 p.m. The Norman Jackson Band is a specialist organisation of musicians that placed 3rd in a World during a 2016 International Blues Challenge Finals in Memphis, Tennessee.
Led by, “The Soul Machine” Norman Jackson, a organisation is a “truly strange and singular act that promises to not only play a excellent and many genuine Blues you’ll ever hear.” Jackson’s loyal and interesting storytelling is interconnected by his immature neophyte and saxophonist Rick Shortt’s appetite and showmanship.