Live Music on the Brow Park Stage
Saturday, May 19
10 am • Bri Wells
11:15 am • Lydia Randolph
12:30 pm • Dr. Rob & Curtis Strange
1:45 pm • Island Brothers
3 pm • Lisa Crow & James Loy Roberts
4:15 pm • Hayden and Jeff
Sunday, May 20
11:15 am • Island Brothers
12:30 pm • Halle Nolan
1:45 pm • James Loy Roberts
2:30 pm • Raffle Drawing
3 pm • Craig Hendricks
The music is free.
Bri Wells will kick off the weekend’s music with a performance on Saturday morning at 10 at Brow Park Stage. Bri has been singing and playing music since the age of five. She plays 14 different instruments, including piano, guitar, violin, steel drum, ukulele, and more. Currently a student at Northeast Alabama Community College on a Chorus scholarship, Bri plans to graduate from NACC this December with an Associates Degree in Biology Education and then transfer to Union University to continue her studies. Bri is the current youth praise team director at Collinsville Baptist Church. She enjoys spending time with her family and friends, writing and playing music, reading God’s Word, traveling, and spending time outdoors.
Best known as an accomplished artist, Lydia Randolph is an inspired singer/songwriter, as well. She'll be playing her original compositions on guitar on Saturday morning at 11:15 at Brow Park stage. Her songs are charming, heartfelt, and often very funny.
Curtis Strange and Dr. Rob Bouchard are a musical duo who encompass one of the largest varieties of genres and sounds for music lovers, locally. They will perform on Saturday afternoon at 12:30 p.m.
Island Brothers evolved in the panhandle of Florida in the early 2000s. The core of this group revolves around Ted Pabo, originally from Hawaii, and Derek Yabui, also from the 50th state. Their eclectic genres include Hawaiian, Spanish, Oldies, Folk, Pop, and Gospel. As an acoustic group they use a bass, guitar and ukulele to accompany their melodic voices. The Island Brothers will play on Saturday at 1:45 p.m. at Brow Park Stage.
Lisa Crow inherited musical talents from both of her grandmothers who were musicians and sang beautifully. She has been singing most of her life and started playing the guitar at 24. She enjoys singing songs that touch her heart and moves her listeners. James Loy Roberts cites his father (a distinguished bluegrass musician) as his greatest influence. James plays guitar, bass and Dobro. He has toured extensively throughout the Southeast with Deja Blues, opening for Delbert McClinton, Wet Willie, and others. Join Lisa and James at 3 on Saturday afternoon and see why they enjoy playing music together so much!
If you have visited any of the music establishments around Fort Payne and the surrounding areas, there's a great chance you have already heard Hayden and Jeff perform. The two Fort Payne natives are one of, if not the only father/daughter duo, to perform in the surrounding counties. Their music ranges from the 70s to the present day. You'll never know what song they will play next. Whether it's Fleetwood Mac, or the Lummineers, they will hit on something that makes you excited to hear what's up next. Their performance begins at 4:15 on Saturday afternoon.
Island Brothers evolved in the panhandle of Florida in the early 2000s. The core of this group revolves around Ted Pabo, originally from Hawaii, and Derek Yabui, also from the 50th state. Their eclectic genres include Hawaiian, Spanish, Oldies, Folk, Pop, and Gospel. As an acoustic group they use a bass, guitar and ukulele to accompany their melodic voices. The Island Brothers will play on Sunday at 11:15 a.m. at Brow Park Stage.
Halle Nolan is a 13-year-old country singer/songwriter from Birmingham, Alabama. Halle made her singing debut at the young age of 7 and hasn’t stopped since. She has spent much of her time performing throughout the Southeast at festivals and venues including The Listening Room, Tootsie’s and Rippy’s in Nashville, Tn. Halle is skilled on both guitar and mandolin and loves to write music. Her vintage sound infused with a modern flair entertains audiences young and old. Halle will perform Sunday afternoon at 12:30.
James Loy Roberts cites his father (a distinguished bluegrass musician) as his greatest influence. James plays guitar, bass and Dobro. He has toured extensively throughout the Southeast with Deja Blues, opening for Delbert McClinton, Wet Willie, and others. James will perform on Sunday afternoon at 1:45.
Southern-raised, Craig Hendricks has laid his head from the Piedmont of Middle Georgia to the Alabama heights of Lookout Mountain. However, Craig has found his place on stages from Savannah, GA, to Rangeley, ME, and from Fort Payne, AL to Gatlinburg, TN.
Craig brings his own unique character and smooth style to create a personal and interactive experience for his listeners with the charisma often found in troubadours of yesteryear; also, a national award winner for his songwriting and recognition of his vocal talents.
Between a variety of covers and originals, Craig can keep you listening...or maybe on your feet! Craig will perform on Sunday at 3 p.m.
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