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NO COVER!!!! We will be passing the hat! We appreciate your support! Come out to support a great night of live music, analog sound via vinyl records, art, wine and locally made, fresh Beelzebub Salsa! The evening will feature each of Beelzebub Salsa's amazing flavors. Check it out: www.beelzebubsalsa.com Our good friend, DJ Brook Trout will be spinning some tasty tunes via vinyl records throughout the evening. Starting the evening off will be Columbus, Ohio's Lost Orchards, featuring the original songs of Erie area native, Ron Freeman and his wife Savannah Freeman. For more info check out online at www.lostorchards.com or www.facebook.com/lostorchards Finishing the evening is local, roots music troubadour, Matt Texter. He will be accompanied by Jim Zahniser, of Pittsburgh, on lead guitar. Matt and Jim have been playing together for years, developing their brand of traditional country, blues and folk. ou can also find this duo playing under the name, "Cephas' and Milo's Rusty Strings Road Show" throughout the region. With a healthy mix of original compositions and cover songs, they offer something for everyone. When Jim isn't playing guitar he's working on illustrations and design. Check out his work here: redrobotcreative.com As usual, the Urraro Gallery offers their intimate performance space as well as an art gallery, custom frame shop, photography studio, fine art reproduction and the fabulous Penn Shore Winery Retail Outlet. www.urraro.com
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Matt will be performing with Jim Zahniser. They are "Cephas and Milo's Rusty Strings Roadshow".
Label: New Sun Records
Bio: Every year, singer/songwriter Matt Texter and Jim Zahniser join forces and become Cephas and Milo’s Rusty Strings Road Show... Guaranteed to amuse and entertain! Performing their traditional acoustic blues, gospel, country and original tunes, they bring that old-timey music to your town in a show...See Full Bio
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“It might seem like sacrilege for a band to arrive, perform and leave all in the same day — at the height of Western Maryland Blues Fest. But that is the plan for Cephas & Milo’s Rusty Strings Road Show, a two-man acoustic act booked for a show Saturday at The Gourmet Goat & GG’s Restaurant & Martini Bar, where the guys have played for the past three years.”