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Nick Moss & The Flip Tops “ Your Red Wagon”
From The “ Live At Chans “ Cd
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The Saint Georges Country Store
Present These Ticketed Events !!
SHOWS NOT TO BE MISSED !!!!!
Performing From 7:30 pm to 10:30 pm
Tickets For All Shows-
$25 Non -
Due To The Intimate Atmosphere ,Only 45 Tickets Being Sold
For This Event & All Events Listed Below !
For Tickets Call The Country Store , Tuesday thru Saturday Between 12 noon & 9 pm or Send Check Or Money Order to DSBS P.O. Box 863 Middletown De.19709.
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Coming Tuesday December 17th !!
BLUES • R&B • SOUL & A LITTLE BIT OF ROCK N’ ROLL
THE NICK MOSS BAND
“Moss waxes pyrotechnic with an explosive six-
Rev. Keith A. Gordon, About.com
7:30pm to 10:30pm
$20 Blues Society Members /
$25 Non -
Performing On Thursday December 19th !
From 7:30 to 10:30
Delmark Records Recording Artist
And The Hawks
Studebaker John and His Band Perform From :
7:30pm to 10:30pm
$20 Blues Society Members & $25 Non -
Tickets / Reservations
For info about any of these shows call the Country Store
Remember Only 45 Tickets Will Be Sold For Each Event !
Reserve Your Spot Now !!
Saint Georges Country Store
1 Delaware Street
Saint Georges,Delaware 19733
Performing On Valentine’s Day
Friday February 14th
7:30pm to 10:30pm
Only 45 Tickets To Be Sold !!
All Info Is Posted Above !!!!
NOVEMBER 21st Thru 23rd
For The Cafe at Saint Georges Country Store
1 Delaware Street Saint Georges ,Delaware
BOX TURTLE BOB
6PM TILL 9PM
Blues , Rock & Just Good Time Music !
7pm till 10:30pm
Blues & Rock
The Roger Girke Trio
Performing from 7pm to 10:30
For Full Monthly Lineup And Menu
SAINT GEORGES COUNTRY STORE BECOMING THE NO.1 SPOT FOR THE BLUES IN DELAWARE !!!
For Reservations Call The Country Store
Between 11 am and 9pm Tuesday thru Saturday 302-
Cafe at Saint Georges Country Store
1 Delaware Street
Saint Georges , Delaware
Daily Food & Drink Specials
Tuesday Thru Friday between 4pm & 6pm
Half Price Appetizers & Drink Specials!!
2013 Saint Georges Blues Festival
We would like to thank all who attended this years
2013 Saint Georges Blues Festival !
With out your support this would not be a success!
Thanks goes out to Bob Settelen of Bucks County Blues Society for Keeping us on time and flawless through out the day !
And to all the Volunteers who donated their time to help make this event a success.
A special Thanks goes out to Four Seasons Motorcycle Club who donated their time to work the parking lot and security !
And To Carl Simpson & The Sound Crew from Audio Matrix for keeping us grooving throughout the day ! And to all the sponsors who made it possible . Hope to see Everyone Next Year On June 14th 2014 !!!
A Special Thanks Goes Out To Everyone Who Attended The 16th Annual House Rockin’ Party On Saturday March 9th. The Turnout Was Great ! We Like to Thank The Sound Crew Who Had Their Hands Full With The New Sound System , They Still Pulled Off A Great Job.
And Thanks Goes Out To The Staff @ J.B. McGinnis For Allways Making Our Events Memorable With Such Wonderful Service . And To All The Family And Friends That Donate Their Free Time To Make These Events Happen !
17th Annual House Rockin’ Party Lineup Coming Soon !
“Moss reaches deeper into soul, funk and rock ‘n’ roll on Time Ain’t Free, which is slated for release next March.”
“Nick Moss is one of the most consistent current blues/ blues-
“Here I Am will have immediate appeal for anyone who enjoys classic rock, and is
hip enough to grow on open-
“Nick is at it again here, pushing the evolution of his music, stylistically as well as sonically. The tunes are genuine and intense.” — Jimmy Thackery
“Nick Moss continues to push the boundaries of traditional blues while keeping his music vital and forward-
Studebaker John was born in Chicago in 1952, and has lived his whole life there. An avid music fan as a youngster, he learned to play several instruments, including first the harmonica, then the drums, and in his late teens, the guitar. He came of age in the ‘60s, so was part of the rock ‘n’ roll/rock generation. It was a time when musical boundaries and barriers were being broken down, and elements of different styles were combined into something new and vibrant that filled the airwaves of AM radio. John liked a lot of different music, but as a young teenager he’d occasionally hear songs that especially captured his attention and imagination. “At the time, I had no idea that this music was called blues, but listening to the radio, you’d hear Jimmy Reed, Freddy King, Slim Harpo, and things like that, all mixed in with other music I listened to.” A few years later, that included the music of the Yardbirds, the Rolling Stones, and Peter Green's Fleetwood Mac in England, and in the USA, Bob Dylan, Paul Butterfield, Mike Bloomfield, Johnny Winter, the Allman Brothers, ZZ Top, and countless others, all of whom took their inspiration from Chicago’s electric blues, and added a hard rocking edge to it.
Also during the ‘60s, John was traveling the city; working in his family’s plumbing
business, which sometimes took him to the Maxwell Street open air market, where he
heard street musicians playing a raw electrified blues for tips. “I got to see Big
John Wrencher, the one-
Over the next couple of decades, John played every chance he got, sometimes sitting
in with the cream of Chicago blues players, such as Big Walter, Jimmy Johnson, Buddy
and Phil Guy, James Cotton, Jr. Wells and Hound Dog Taylor. He built a reputation
as a performer with an exciting, propulsive guitar style, and also developed into
a fine blues harpist and vocalist. He became a sought-
“On my last CD, Maxwell Street Kings, I wanted to capture the raw, less-
Old School Rockin’ presents Studebaker John at the top of his game on 14 original
compositions, and is a satisfying listen from beginning to end. Recorded with a minimum
of overdubs and a “live-
Dixon is the former Director of Blues and Roots Music for WRBC, Bates College, and a contributor to blues guides and publications.
DAMON FOWLER BIOGRAPHY
With his hybrid of roots rock, blues, and sacred steel, Florida native Damon Fowler started wowing audiences with his musical exploits as a teenager, building a reputation as one of the hottest young players on the scene. Adding and vocal skills to his repertoire over the years has brought him many accolades, with critics extolling his originality and maturity as well as his technical guitar expertise. In last year's "Best of Tampa" poll, Creative Loafing magazine named him "Best Guitarist... And Slide Guitarist... and Lap Steel Player... And Dobro Player."
Sugar Shack, Damon Fowler's Blind Pig Records debut showcases a fresh and exciting
rising star at the height of his powers as a performer and writer. Damon's sparkling
original compositions pair perfectly with well-
Fowler's guitar work has been compared to Johnny Winter and Jeff Beck, while his slide guitar has a hint of the late Duane Allman. He can play fiery guitar runs with the best of them, but it's his lyrical work on lap steel and Dobro that makes him stand out among the legions of guitar heroes.
Reviewing a recent performance in Illinois, Juke Joint Soul said, "Fowler's heavy
helping of swamp rock and slide guitar blues conjured up a huge lightning storm.
Having full command of his voice as an equal instrument to his guitar, Fowler can
easily croon you to sleep as he could belt out a jump blues or a Credence-
Born and raised in Brandon, Florida, just outside of Tampa, Damon Fowler first picked up the guitar at the age of twelve. After being shown a few chords, it was apparent that he was a natural. While his friends were listening to the musical flavor of the month, Damon was digging into the Blues, and was soon playing small clubs in and around the Tampa Bay area. Years later, with thousands of shows behind him, he is one of the most unique and seasoned artists on the national circuit.
Damon, already a master of the six string, developed a powerful command of the lap-
Damon's first CD, released in 1999 and titled Riverview Drive, is a solid recording
of all original material. After hearing Damon, Rick Derringer was sufficiently impressed
to produce and perform on the project. Electric Blues called it "an all-
Local, state and national audiences are flocking to Damon's sizzling stage shows.
Described as having a 'take-
Sugar Shack's producer Scott Cable remarked at the end of the sessions, "Working with Damon, I really understood why so many people are in his corner. He is talented, bright and just a very gifted artist without all of the usual ego and weirdness that sometimes accompany someone so talented.
Stay Tuned For More Upcoming NATIONAL ACTS
To Perform @ The SAINT GEORGES COUNTRY STORE
Blues Blast Going To Memphis Fundraiser Dec 8th
J.B. McGinnis Pub & Grille , Scroll to Bottom of This Page For Info !