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SuttleBand returns to the Long Branch for this power-jam music show. Get your gitty-up on and mosey on out to see us perform on the best stage, in the best kept secret saloon and performance room in the region. Magic happens on this stage, so you never know what the band is gonna pull out. Looking forward to this one!! Doors open at 8pm. Opening Band To-Be-Determined. Ya'll get ur boogie on and plan for this one!! BSave
Sounds Like: The Black Crowes, Citizen Cope, G Love and the Special Sauce, Blind Melon, Temple Of The Dog
Manager: Bryman Suttle
Bio: The SuttleBand is recognized for soulful, passionate grooves that audiences really connect with. Contributing to this sound is a host of musical family members, most notably of which is supporting vocalist Bron Allen, that come together in different arrangements to create one of the most dynamic ...See Full Bio
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“Right off, it’s a pretty sure bet that SuttleBand will be ready to rock Saturday at the Long Branch in Rock Hill. “We are super excited to play at the Long Branch,” band namesake Bryman Suttle said. “I’ve always wanted to play on that stage.” Even though this venue is historically considered country music oriented, crossover styles do get plenty of attention. And that’s exactly the plan for Suttle and company...“This show is going to be awesome, as it is really the re-launch of SuttleBand with new drummer, Dave Sarn.” The band...will have an addition for Saturday’s show. “We are really excited to have former Chronic trumpet/electronic horn player Craig Sorrells joining us,” Suttle said. Musically, SuttleBand aims its sound in the general direction of all things rock, soul, groove or somewhere in between. As testament, a sampling of the song list reveals...covers from the Beatles and Boz Scaggs to James Brown, Janes Addition, Jimi Hendrix, as well as Marshall ”