Songwriter and multi-instrumentalist Joe Flood will be joined by friends and former bandmates Jerry Dugger and Mark Horn for an outside show at Best Video Film & Cultural Center on Fri., Sept. 2. The music starts at 5 PM.
Joe Flood has traveled a long musical road. He was a 2011 inductee of the Blues Hall of Fame. You will hear echoes of Jimmy Reed, Muddy Waters, Taj Mahal, Keb’ Mo’ and other greats in his singing and playing.
Jerry’s playing is raw and emotional, his bass baritone voice is booming and at the same time evokes the sensitivities of classic blues crooners.
Multi-instrumentalist Mark Horn was raised in Toledo, Ohio. In the 1980s he headed to New York City and, as a member of roots rock pioneers The Blue Chieftains (Diesel Only Records), quickly became a fixture on the Lower East Side’s burgeoning alt-country scene. Mark is best known as the longtime drummer for Americana favorites The Derailers.
There will be donation vases for the musicians and the venue. Please consider being generous in supporting musicians—opportunities to perform have been fewer the past couple of years. Suggested donation of $10.
The parking lot is closed off for seating. There is on-street parking on Thornton Street, as well as parking behind our building and across the street at Spring Glen Church.