"Show in the Shop": We play indoors at the Woodwright! Swing on by, all you cowhands, and get roped into the sounds of Western Swing in downtown Dunedin! We play 7:30-10:30pm
We play from 8-11pm at Caledonia Brewing in downtown Dunedin. Swing on by and say hello!
The James is celebrating its 5-year anniversary! We play 5-8pm and will be rustling up plenty of western swing, cowboyj azz, and classic country for everyone. Swing on by!
Several members of 6 Volt Rodeo will be involved in this event and performing! The day kicks off with a classic car show and swap meet/vendors market in the Biergarten/parking lot starting at 3pm with surf noir/spy-fi music from Sam Williams; admission is free for this part of the event. Then the festivities move into the Music Hall for the main event featuring Rod Hamdallah, Hillbilly Hellcats, Gold Hope Duo, The Wildtones and a host of local roots rockin' luminaries! Doors at 6pm, show at 7pm.
$15 advance / $20 day of show
6VR plays at Draught Haus Fallfest from 4-8pm! Four monster sets in the parking lot!
The hurricane's gone, so come on out and swing with us and rock with Little Sheba at Ella's!
6VR swings at the smokehouse, but this time with our newest member Ryan Arsenault on the piano!
Dale Watson, keeper of the true country music flame, latest album Call Me Insane, was recorded in Austin with veteran producer Lloyd Maines (Robert Earl Keen, Jerry Jeff Walker, etc.). The Austin-based honky-tonker carries on in the tradition of Johnny Cash, Waylon Jennings and Willie Nelson with his “Ameripolitan” brand of American roots music.
$20 in advance $25 day of at the door
Dunedin Mardi Gras
Headlining sets from top-tier international rockabilly/roots musician plus a cavalcade of local luminaries in ad hoc one-off group paying tribute, rockabilly-style, to musical titans.
Online advance ticket sales end at midnight the night before the show. Day-of online ticket sales end at 3pm on show day. Walk-up tickets sales begin 30 minutes before doors.
Texas honky-tonks and Oklahoma blues bars were where Royce Reed honed his piano chops on boogie-woogie, blues shuffles, western swing, classic country, and southern rock. Starting with classical piano at the age of 5, to lessons with jazz pianist Jac Murphy as a teen, he was gigging by the tender age of 14 in Dallas blues bars and country honky-tonks. For 50 years he’s played the piano blues, country, swing, rockabilly, & soul music of the South. https://8tothebarroyce.com/
We are playing with our good friends who were kind enough to invite us on to their bill! And this is our first show with our newest member, Ryan Arsenault on the piano!!! Come out and see us!
For 10 years we've been a band! Let's celebrate!
We return to Blur for more good times!