Wednesday Concert Series at Baytowne Wharf | JULY see the lineup

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  1. Teresa

    Teresa SoWal Guide Staff Member

    Nov 15, 2004
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    South Walton, FL
    [h=1]Enjoy the continuation of the Wednesday Night Concert Series through the month of July, in the events plaza, 7-9pm. Bring friends and family and relax under the stars.


    July 2 | Dread Clampitt[/h]
    Dread Clampitt cooks up one of a kind homemade music. It’s a tasty sonic gumbo of influences ranging from bluegrass, rock & roll, blues, jazz and Louisiana Bayou funk complete with three part harmonies and pinch of southern humor thrown in for good measure.

    [h=1]July 9 | Denton Hatcher[/h]
    Hatcher's music is familiar but diverse, much like the musicians who hail from his hometown of Vicksburg, MS., including Tommy Bishop, Willie Dixon, and George McConnell. If a man’s musical taste reads something like a journal, then Hatcher’s influences have helped cultivate an eclectic yet deeply personal sound. From Otis Redding to Hank Williams to Warren Smith (Hatcher’s cousin who played on Sun Records), Hatcher draws inspiration from many styles, but his music stands together like a strong foundation, one that quickly reaches the audience, opens their eyes a little wider, and gets their toes tapping. His music is simple but clever, wounded yet strong, which he holds together with the honest joy of a powerful guitar riff and strong rhythm.

    [h=1]July 16 | Bryan Lee[/h]
    Bryan Lee is an American blues guitarist and singer based in New Orleans, Louisiana. He is also known by the nickname braille blues daddy and has been a fixture on Bourbon Street since the 1980s.

    [h=1]July 23 | The Modern Eldorados[/h]
    The Modern Eldorados were formed in 1996 as a vehicle for singer/songwriter Gretsch Lyle's original brand of classic country music. Raised in a family of musicians, Lyles was heavily influenced by his grandparent's generation of country greats. Growing up in rural Baldwin County, Alabama he began singing and playing guitar by the age of six and wrote his first song at sixteen. From a very early age he felt the calling to follow in the footsteps of his heroes Marty Robbins, Hank Williams and Johnny Cash. In both sound and style, Gretsch Lyles is the embodiment of his musical influences.

    [h=1]July 30 | Heritage[/h]
    Heritage sounds like a mix of Bob Marley, Incubus, Santana and Rage with a sprinle of Sublime and Citizen Cope. With members hailing from Hawaii, California, Florida, Texas, & Pennsylvania, an equally diverse set of influences & a passion for creativity, Heritage’s music is a unique blend of roots reggae, So-Cal surf-rock, alternative rock and hip-hop.


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