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Troublemakers: special guest Buddy Cage; opening: Franklin Lymestone


Troublemakers with special guest Buddy Cage

Opening with: Franklin Lymestone

Saturday, November 24

Show: 9p | Doors: 8p

Tickets: $12 ($2 Service Charge Included With Online Tickets. All sales are final, no ticket refunds or exchanges. Seats are on a first-come, first-serve basis, and seats are not guaranteed with ticket purchase.)

About The Troublemakers:

The lineup includes the areas most in-demand and seasoned veteran players, coming from groups such as 100 Watt Suns, John Cafferty and The Beaver Brown Band, The Hoolios, Whitesmoke, Soul Searchers, Brother Big Eye, Green Tea, Water St. Quartet, Crows Toes, and The Collective. 

Ronnie Lewis plays the drums and handles lead vocals. Sitting next to him is Don “DC” Culp who plays the drums as well. Together they create a devastating pocket. The always busy - and in high demand - Dan Sherer holds down the keyboard/piano duties. Bill Light handles most of the lead guitar work and backing vocals. The band is rounded out by the younger but already seasoned Josh White (rhythm/lead guitar) and Marty Moroney on bass.

About Buddy Cage:

Buddy Cage is in the N.Y. Blues Hall Of Fame, has played in the movie "Festival Express" with the Grateful Dead and Janis Joplin, and has sold over 30 million records worldwide with Anne Murray, New Riders of the Purple Sage and Ian & Sylvia. Buddy's contribution to Bob Dylan's "Blood On The Tracks" album was defining music once again. Buddy also plays on Jack Scarangella's CD "The Hero In Us All" with Richie Havens, Felix Cavaliere (The Rascals), Babatude Olalatunji and many other legends. Buddy is one of the greatest, if not the greatest, pedal steel guitarists of our lifetime.

About Franklin Lymestone

40 years of playing all Southern Rock Music. Guitarist/vocalist Geoff Corkhill, guitarist Dan Ravenelle and guitarist/vocalist Jay Dempsey, formed a Southern rock group called Franklin Lymestone.

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The Cartells
Later Event: November 29
Reverend Robert & Charlie Barath