Thursday, July 25, 2013
For sheer foot-stomping, joy-making fun, you can't beat the March Fourth Marching Band from Portland, Oregon. A blend of burlesque, vaudeville, horn-driven funk and marching band madness. The costumed horde, many with their faces painted and several on death-defying stilts, make for the kind of spectacle that deserves the word awesome.
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June 27: The Fox Street All Starskick off the concert series with their unique version of high-energy funky rock and roll. FSAS has toured the US with legends like Trucks/Tedeschi, Little Feat, Trombone Shorty and Robert Randolph.
July 11: Nicki Bluhm and the Gramblersbring the smoky sweet vocals of Bluhm backed by a big, rocking jam band, continuing the dance party and good times.
July 18: White Water Ramblehigh octane rocky mountain dancegrass that, according to their website, will send your body and soul rushing down the rapids of infinity!
July 25: March 4th Marching Bandafter an extremely popular show last summer, decked in whimsical costumes and combining a big ring circus with modern performances.
August 1:” Monophonics, San Francisco’s premier psychedelic soul and heavy funk band, will cook up a hearty stew of funky rhythms for Music on Main fans.
August 8: Ray Wylie Hubbardis an alternative and outlaw country icon from Austin, with a live show that has been described as a church service held at the funkiest roadhouse bar this side of the Mississippi.
August 15: Vagabond Opera is as fun and entertaining as they are musically gifted, combining vaudeville with incredible talent for a show like no other. Information regarding opening acts for the aforementioned shows will be released in late spring.
Name: Gill Hunley