TONIGHT! Me and the Revival, a 6pc band with some of the best players in Orlando. Pedal steel, fiddle, piano, guitars, the whole 9 yards. FREE SHOW!
I play from 1030-1130p, 1st Annual Mother's Folk Fest "A Folk Festival For All The Mothers" Folk Acts: Ricky Dickens Park-O-Lators Euphrates Bath Salt Zombies Halifax Contra Band DJ Doctors of Rhythm $5 (Bring your mom and she gets in free) Show starts at 8p. Cafe Da Vinci, Deland. You'll want all your friends saying, "Yeah, I saw your mom at the folk fest last nite."
Southern Fried Sunday
Sounds Like: Waylon Jennings, Uncle Tupelo, Dave Alvin, Junior Brown, Don Williams
Label: Rickey Dickens Music
Manager: Rickey Dickens
Bio: Rickey Dickens hails from Central Florida to bring us his first full length album, Hangin' On after paying his dues for over 15 years in Florida, the southwest US and Europe. On this 11 song CD he is accompanied by players from acts like The Bellamy Brothers, JJ Grey and Mofro, Sam Rivers Orchest...See Full Bio
“Enter Rickey Dickens. A guy who’s been working on his music down there in the sunshine for better than a decade and a half now, the kind of guy who understands that it was Jerry Jeff Walker who first took Buffett to Key West. Dickens gets it and appreciates his home in the very same ways that the best of Texas troubadours make the backroads and byways of their state come alive in song. And it’s about damn time somebody did that for Florida, because the place is steeped in stunningly significant historical moments, not to mention a culture of cattle and ranching that predates the West by, oh, a couple centuries or so. And nobody hits the radar telling the stories of the place where all of that legacy resides. Make sure this guy hits your radar. His first record, Hangin’ On, comes off like the work of a seasoned old pro. Debuts aren’t supposed to work this way. Dickens is possessed of a voice so full of power and nuance that it can stop you mid-thought and make the world”