Music Under the Stars! Come tap your toes to the music of Huckleberry Flint, Rogues' Gallery, and Kenny Ray and the Mighty Rovers.
Purchase Tickets: http://hfsunderthestars.brownpapertickets.com OR at Wildberries Marketplace.
Not ready to go home? Live music continues at The Logger Bar with The Joanne Rand Trio!
Here are the bands' bios:
Join Kenny Ray and the Mighty Rovers, Rogues' Gallery and Huckleberry Flint for an amazing evening of music under the stars at Dell'Arte's Amphitheater in Blue Lake. Doors open at 5:30pm. Show starts at 6:00. $10 (or $7 for Humboldt Folklife Members). Kids under 12 are free!
Kenny Ray and the Mighty Rovers are ambassadors for a bygone musical era that is rife with nostalgia for an uncomplicated period in our country. Whether it's a positive love song or one about a cheatin' heart, the Mighty Rovers endeavor to bring you closer to that unpretentious historical time.
Rogues' Gallery is an up-and-coming centerpiece in today's Americana and Alternative Country music. The diverse five-member band resides on the Redwood Coast of Northern California in the artistic boomtown of Arcata. Emotion pours through the songs written about the American life that has all but vanished.
The simple and elegant melodies played on pedal steel and electric guitar along with the sophisticated sounds from the acoustic stand-up bass are woven through stories and accompany lyrics to creates timeless tunes. The acoustic guitar sets the tone for rich harmonies that are worthy of a Sunday pew, while the steady drum beats make you want to jump up from your seat and groove. JJ Cale, Jason Isbell, Ryan Adams, and Sturgill Simpson are inspirational and have influenced the sound of Rogues' Gallery. The original music and style of Rogues' Gallery leaves the listener with a reflective sense of ease and contemplative note of satisfaction.
Huckleberry Flint is a name known fondly around Humboldt County. What began as a traditional string band in 2003 has blossomed into a dynamic group that incorporates many musical influences such as bluegrass, alt-country and rock. Huckleberry Flint still stays true to the folk song convention of rearranging traditional ballads and spirituals in a new, original way; blending old-timey lyrics and melodies with electric instruments and five-part harmonies. The result is a rich, full bodied sound that is truly their own.