In Carroll County Fall means the Maryland Wine Festival, and what better way to usher in Autumn than with great vino and great music. This year the festival is on Sept. 20th and 21st.
While you learn your sipping, swirling and tasting techniques there will be a soundtrack. This year you can look forward to blues, reggae, funk and good old classic rock. Take a look at the bands playing this Saturday and Sunday.
ROBERT ALLEN BLUES BAND
Looking for good old-fashioned blues? Check out this band. We couldn’t find a website for them but here is a video.
Its reggae, but reggae for everyone; that is, reggae for reggae lovers and casual listeners. They call themselves a band of brothers from Baltimore and they have a dedicated following for their original music, which they describe as “a heavy dose of bass and drum combined with sweet melodies, vocal harmony and catchy hooks.” Sounds like a good Shiraz would go with these guys just fine.
These guys say they specialize in the “first generation” (they have to say first generation because Nirvana is now considered classic rock. We know; scary) classic rock tunes that many live bands don’t or can’t cover. That means, Queen, Janis Joplin, Foreigner, Grand Funk Railroad, Boston and more. Sounds fantastic!
This band is a Jimmy Buffett AND a Beach Boys Tribute. That sounds like double the fun. Check out their cute promo video below.
Self-described as Maryland’s premier funk and disco band, they will take you back to the fabulous seventies. Have a look.
This act describes themselves as combining some of Louisiana’s Cajun / Zydeco / Blues sounds with North Eastern’s Roots Rock / Americana / Ska influences to create a very unique sound that is all its own. That description may be above most people’s heads. The video will clear it up for you.