Music, music, music!!!
Coming at you from The Pelican Reef.
Here’s a quick question for you.
What happens when you take high-energy foot stompin’…
…mix it with blistering country guitar twang…
…toss in a little bit of outlaw gravel-road big-time vocals…
… and top it off with a big crowd of special friends, drinks specials, and a holiday weekend?
What do you get?
You get a crazy night of fun and a killer combo of good music.
The kind of music you listen to with all your friends drivin down the back roads…
The kinds of music you’re blastin’ in a field after midnight with a bonfire and beer coolers all around…
The kind of music you turn up when it’s late at night and you’re singing at the top of your lungs…
The kind of music you love to hear and you know every single word…
If that sounds like your favorite thing in the world, then this Saturday night you’ll want to be at The Pelican Reef.
You’ll have a good ‘ol time with a band called The Red Clay Strays.
They’re playing at The Pelican Reef on Saturday, May 27th. Starting at 7PM.
The Red Clay Strays formed fully ready to rock from deep roots in Mobile, Alabama.
The Strays have a southern-soul sound that combines heart felt lyrics with rocking instrumentals. Influenced by many such as Sturgill Simpson, Lynyrd Skynyrd, The Eagles, Wilson Pickett, and Waylon Jennings.
The Red Clay Strays are a throw-back to that old familiar style of music. Like what you heard from the Swampers of Muscle Shoals during the 60s.
They play all the music you love to hear and dance and sing-a-long to.
The classic stuff. Old school country. New Americana. Outlaw artists.
In other words, this is going to be one helluva night of music.
You don’t want to miss this concert.
So get yourself here for The Red Clay Stray at The Pelican Reef this Saturday, May 27th. Starting at 7PM.
It’s gonna be a good time!!!