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Come aboard the USS Yorktown and rock with us on the flight deck! The event will be benefiting Tailgating for Troops and will host the Cornhole Grand Championships. Food and beverages will be available onboard. Join us in coming out and showing your American pride by supporting our US Military. We look forward to seeing you there!
Come join my blues trio as we help support Tailgating for Troops! Enjoy great food, drinks, and company at this wonderful event. Then be sure to join us on the 27th on the USS Yorktown for the Cornhole Grand Championships.
Join me as I perform an acoustic showcase for Crooked Floors Happy Hour!
Forrest Baldwin Trio plays 4:30-7:30pm
Letters 2 Abigail 4:30 Forrest Baldwin 7:45
Sounds Like: John Mayer, Arctic Monkeys, The White Stripes, Jimi Hendrix, Ed Sheeran
Bio: Hot off the release of his new live studio album “God, Guns, and Firewater”. Native American singer-songwriter FORREST BALDWIN continues to push the boundaries of his musical repertoire. Cultivating the rugged sounds of blues, jazz, and pseudo psychedelic rock. The independent artist returns to ...See Full Bio
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“It’s hard to forget a name like Forrest Baldwin, and it’s even harder to forget his musical magnificence, overly enthusiastic attitude, and well concocted songs. Standing at 6 foot 3 inches, this former Native American Berklee student is a wonder to witness on and off stage. As a versatile guitarist, vocalist, rapper, and improvisationalist, Forrest soulfully embraces the ears of any crowd he plays off of. He talks about the life stories as a heartbroken American, a hardworking dreamer, and a passion for finding true love in this cloudy world where we exist. Comparative to John Mayer midway through his career when he was transitioning closer to the Blues, Forrest uses Stevie Ray Vaughan guitar tones with a delicate use of effects to accent the mood of his songs. He even uses a little orchestrated pitch shifting in his recording of “Let Her Down” and spacey hypnotic sounds in “Heartbreak”. Forrest will be touring the East Coast in the first half of this year...”