Show from 2 - 5 PM
The above list is in order of appearance for Saturday evening at Uptown Arts Bar. Mick Byrd & the Back Road Band is the name of the opening act. This is going to be an exciting evening with an eclectic sampling of some very fine musicians. thanks for supporting live music!
Let Them Eat Art Festival celebrating Bastille Day is coming up soon. The Elliott Ranney Band featuring Derick Tramel - tenor sax, Stephen Ranney - upright bass and Pat Rodriguez - percussion performs from 6:30 - 9:30 pm outside the Side Project Cellar Brewery. Acoustic jazz influenced music with guest appearance by Ellen Ranney. A fun time for the whole family. See you there!
Let Them Eat Art Festival celebrates Bastille Day. Many fine local bands will be participating along with the Maplewood, MO. artist community and the local restaurants. The Elliott Ranney Band features Derick Tramel - tenor sax, Stephen Ranney - upright bass and Patrick Rodriguez - latin percussion. The band will be playing from the Elliott Ranney songbook as well as an eclectic collection of cover tunes. There will be tables and chairs located adjacent to the stage on the blocked off street. Please tell your friends, this should be a fantastic evening of song and dance.
Music from 2 - 5 PM
Sounds Like: Kenny Rankin-Official, Chet Baker, Paul Simon & Art Garfunkel, James Taylor, Michael Franks
Label: Wildstone Media
Manager: Bruce Ranney
Bio: Elliott Ranney plays classical guitar utilizing a unique finger style he developed while studying contemporary Folk/Pop, Bossa/Samba, Swing and The Cool School. Ranney’s vocals are warm and mellow in a laid back yet engaging style. His compositions easily fit into the American Jazz Standard son...See Full Bio
“ISWM Indie pick of the month – A jazzy romp into peaceful nirvana. Elliott Ranney sets the scene for a blissful jaunt into a steady stream of mind-tingling tracks. Experimental musicianship gently brings the listener to a safe port of relaxation. Dreamy -”