October 27, 2022
Doors 7/show 8; Ages 16+. Boland and the Stragglers' newest contribution to country music arrives at a time when memories of the Outlaw' movement have all but faded from the conscience of country music. With songs like, "No One left To Blame," and "Up And Gone" this talented group of musicians has delivered a timely wake up call to those who have turned a blind eye to the ghosts of music past. The Bourbon Legend stems from a mixture of musical influences culminating in a truly modern (yet sternly vintage) country record. Each song on the record shares a common bond with its classical counterpart and proves to be a re-generation of the outlaw country of old. Boland hales from Harrah, Oklahoma and carries with him the reputation of being a modern day country music outlaw. ************ Proudly independent and unapologetically Southern, country duo Muscadine Bloodline find their true voice on a new album, Dispatch to 16th Ave. Charlie Muncaster and Gary Stanton grew up in Mobile, Alabama, but didn’t cross paths until they each started to pursue their musical dreams. In 2012, they forged a friendship when Stanton opened a show for Muncaster’s band at Soul Kitchen in Mobile. Since naming themselves Muscadine Bloodline in 2015, they have sold out shows across the South, opened concerts for hundreds of artists, and earned a standing ovation at their Grand Ole Opry debut in 2018. Their Southern roots carry over to their band name as well: Muscadine grapes grow in the South while Bloodline represents their heritage.
Venue: Bluebird Theater