NO SMOKING SHOW
Southern Fried Sunday presents Soul Fried Sunday!
1042 N. Mills Avenue
Orlando, FL, 32803
This event is 18 and over
Formed in late 2006, Nervous Turkey uses punk to rough up the blues and finishes it off with Tom Waits gruff to make it a touch disturbing...
The Legendary JC's
It all started with some sharkskin suits and Otis Redding tunes more than seven years ago. Since that point, the members of the The Legendary JC’s have ridden a wave of sweaty grooves and press accolades to a point where they are ready for lift-off.
The Legendary JC’s (commonly The Joint Chiefs) started flooring Central Florida crowds with their brand of soulful rocking blues in 2000. With a lineup consisting of top central Florida musicians, part of the magic of the shows is never knowing who is going to show up.
The music of Fat Night started with a few Florida natives looking to feed their appetite for funk music. After many late night sessions, what started off as jam time turned into fine tuning a soulful sound they could call their own.
A rock solid foundation of a rhythm section comprised of Ted Issen (Bass) and Nik Ritchie (Drums) made it easy for Dan Hanson (Guitar & Vocals) and Gabe Gundacker (Keys & Vocals) to start writing songs that felt good to the group.
They released their first 7" single, "Things You Do," in early 2013 on Colemine Records, which has since received very positive reviews, followed by their debut full length self titled album.
Fat Night is currently supporting their new EP, "Lazy Days" on tour.
Buster Keaton Music
Buster Keaton is a new-wave, musical powerhouse drawing influence from Funk, Jazz, Hip Hop, and Soul, yet defies the confines of any one genre. Their stimulating compositions paired with the spirit of improvisation and jazz harmony distinguishes them as a noteworthy group of musicians bringing forth a refreshing sense of originality. The music is fun and inviting, enticing listeners with the urge to dance and be one with the groove!
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