Tuesday, May 29, 2012

Meet The Bands!

We have a GREAT line-up for Saturday...Starting the show will be Richmonds own Tammi Kamin Band blending a variety of sweet and savory styles including pop, classic country and original music. This is their first appearance at Night Of HonkyTonk Angels and they're putting together a special show for the night!

Appearing for the first time at Night Of HonkyTonk Angels is April Mae and the Junebugs from Moorestown NJ. They are Americana under the influence of Jump Blues, Swing, & Rockabilly...Ba - ba - ba - Boogie! With a dab of N’awlins for extra spice! Smoke & honey vocals, Cigar Box Guitar, Upright Bass, Banjo, Washboard...servin’ up high energy & deep vintage vibes is their specialty.

Returning for the third consecutive year is Gina Dalmas & The Cow-Tipping Playboys, Honky Tonk Country Rock Americana from Norfolk. They are the winners of the 2009 Portfolio Music Award for Best Americana Music , 2009 Meona Award for Best New Alt-Country Artist, and the 2011 Veer Magazine Award for best Country Artist. Known to pack a house and keep the crowd on their feet, Gina Dalmas and her Cow Tippin’ Playboys draw from the roots of american music, playing songs that will keep your foot stomping and just maybe bring a tear to your eye. In a good way.

The Molly Conley Band is Southern Style Psychedelic Pure Stone Country! Molly spent 15+ years as singer & songwriter in the honky tonk/rock band, Porter Hall Tennessee. In July 2011, the band called it quits. Molly is currently writing songs in anticipation of recording & releasing a new solo record with her new band, The Molly Conley Band! MCB is TCB... 

Emma, Su, Jackie and Jen are The Ones To Blame. These four ladies from Gainesville Florida bring a new take on traditional Country. The subjects of their songs are all familiar to Country music fans...heartache, drinking and love gone wrong, but these ladies aren’t going to just cry in their beer and take it lying down. As the lyrics of their song says, "They don’t feel no shame at all, call them The Ones To Blame.


Last year Andrea Vaughan jumped in at the last minute and really helped us out! Her brother, Andy Vaughan is well known through Richmond and he and his band, The Driveline were just voted "2012 Best Country Band In Richmond" by the readers of Style Magazine. Andrea doesn't come out often, prefering to work with her brother behind the scenes. When she does get dragged out, her performances are electrifying and Night Of HonkyTonk Angels is excited she'll be performing again!

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