"Music My Mother Would Not Like"
The Series features 4 nationally & internationally touring seasoned artists each week; all with Zoom experience. Each artist will play for 20 minutes. The artists receive an even share of the donations. This is not an "in the round format". Registration is required for EACH concert. Wondering what's coming up or who else has played the series?
Tuesday, April 20TH, 8 - 10 PM ET. Doors at 7:30
Grant Peeples’ shows are a roiling mix of funny stuff and not-funny stuff. He doesn’t do a lot of lo-ooove songs, but when he does, it's liable to break your heart. He has made eleven studio records, and three poetry books. He tours coast-to-coast, primarily as a solo artist, but often with a side man. He usually plays festivals with his band The Peeples Republik.
Brian was a military brat. His family moved twenty times in eighteen years. So it's a small wonder that wanderlust found its way into his music and into his feet. Growing up, it was classical music, bluegrass, art-rock, Chet Atkins and Yes; reading Faulkner, Hemingway and Hurston. Florida has been home since 1976, beginning with Belle Glade, where Brian started to get semi-serious with the guitar. Then it was rock bands in Winter Haven and Tallahassee, solo gigs at tiki bars in Cocoa Beach. Now he's old, and still pickin' in Apopka. He probably won't stay there much longer.
Passerine is comprised of Carmela Pedicini (guitar), David Brain (dobro and lap steel), Sara Stovall (fiddle and mandolin) and Doug Conroy (upright bass). The group has enjoyed touring widely since the release of their first CD (2012), taking their version of what Sara dubbed “Ameri-kinda-grass” everywhere from intimate house concerts and listening rooms to big festivals. They are currently working on CD #4.
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