Sunday Bluegrass at LCCB Starts Tomorrow (Sun June 29)

We are beginning a Sunday Bluegrass Concert Series at LCCB.

We’re kicking it off with the uber-talented quartet of Clay Spokes.

Clay Spokes Band

Sunday June 29th

Lickinghole Creek Craft Brewery.  4100 Knolls Point Dr. Goochland, VA 23063

Music starts at 4:00 and goes ’til 7:00.

Tasting Room Opens at Noon and Closes at Sunset.

We’ll also be pouring Bourbon Barrel Tripel all day. Beer Advocate has it currently rated as the The 6th Most Popular Tripel There is. We’re down to our last bottles and will stop sales of it after this Sunday.

Clay Spokes is an Americana band from Richmond, Virginia. Since its inception in August, 2013, the band has been performing its mix of original and traditional acoustic music throughout some of Virginia’s finest venues, like Cary Street Cafe, The Camel, and Fellini’s #9. The Spokes released their self-titled debut LP in February, 2014, and are now working on new material and expanding their touring radius. In their short time together, the band has already shared the stage with such regional stars as Larry Keel and Natural Bridge, Ben Shirley, and The Northerners.

The band’s music features songwriting and lead vocals from guitarists Son House the Second and Tyler Longest, Kent South on vocals, lap steel, slide guitar, and harmonica, David Adley on vocals and fiddle, Zach Hudgins on bass, and Rene Carrillo on vocals and percussion.

Throughout their time together, Clay Spokes have been garnering rave reviews, being called “a beautiful down-home answer to the call of the James River” (Furious George), praised for “embracing the subtle and simple” and compared to Richmond icon Matthew E. White for their use of “supple baritone, experimental melodies, and minimalist, disappearing vocals” (Sounds of RVA).

Cheers!

STP