DANNY BARNES is a premier banjo player, singer/songwriter, and producer who also runs his own minner bucket records, a weirdo cassette label, out of his kitchen [well technically it's his dining room]. To say he has been consistently ahead of his time for the last 25 years would be a great understatement. Danny is constantly forging into uncharted 'scapes on the musical frontiers and ever expanding the territories of the banjo-related sub-genres. The present manifestation of Barnes' music, Barnyard Electronics, merges the ancient banjo tones with digital technology, effects pedals, and a software rig he built himself. Danny's songs will make you wish you'd thought of that, and his banjo shredding and singing will set you free. Mandolinist BILLY BRIGHT first introduced audiences to his unique brand of acoustic music in the late 1990's while attending the prestigious Berklee School of Music in Boston. The subsequent 10 years, Billy spent touring extensively with his own Two High String Band and with the Peter Rowan and Tony Rice Quartet. Currently Billy is recording and performing with Two High guitarist Geoff Union and bassist Steven Crow, is producing an ongoing recording project of banjo/mandolin instrumentals with another banjo great - Alan Munde. He produces recording projects (Geoff Union's "Cold as Steel" - 2012) out of a little section of his garage he refers to as the "mando cave". Together, Barnes and Bright showcase the grit, groove, jam, and glam that is inherent in each of their styles. They will perform a bunch of each others songs, as well as shed some different colored light on some of the good old favorites. The sets are a combination acoustic duo and barnyard electronics. Sat. BLUE LIGHT SPECIAL...Only $7!