A NIGHT OF ROCKIN’ BLUES WITH 3 LIVE BANDS
AT THE CAPITOL THEATRE IN CHAMBERSBURG, PA!
FEBRUARY 26 ~ SHOW STARTS AT 7PM ~ DOORS OPEN AT 6PM ~
BEER & WINE AVAILABLE
(Chambersburg, PA…) On Friday, February 26th, the Capitol Theatre in Chambersburg will showcase the unstoppable force of the slide guitar blues of Ray Fuller and the Bluesrockers, Rock with the effortless groove and funk of the Moondog Medicine Show and electrify with the high energy blues of Terry Oates and The Mudcats. (Band descriptions/contacts below.) Concert tickets are just $15. Beer, Wine and concessions will be available when the doors open at 6. Purchase tickets and watch band videos for A Night of Rockin’ Blues at http://thecapitoltheatre.org/liveshows.html or Call the Capitol Theatre Box Office at (717) 263-0202. Tickets will also be available at the door. Like and share Capitol Theatre presented events at https://www.facebook.com/capitoltheatrecenter. The Capitol Theatre is located at 159 S. Main St. in Downtown Chambersburg, PA. For lodging, dining and more info about the area: contact the Franklin County Visitors Bureau at https://www.explorefranklincountypa.com/.
Bands in order of appearance on the Capitol Theatre stage
Moondog Medicine Show CONTACT: firstname.lastname@example.org – Keith Sylvester
A hard driving, funky blues band hails from Western Maryland. Their blend of originals and covers are centered around the huge vocal power of Lana Spence who’s been compared to Janis Joplin, Tina Turner and Bonnie Rait among others. Individually the band members have true credits under their belts. Members have played with: Big Brother and the Holding Company, David Sanborn, Jeff “Skunk” Baxter, Gary US Bonds, Tim Curry, Dr. John to name a few. “The band is solid and the vocals are outstanding. Call them a blues band or call them a rock band… either way, they are well worth going out of your way to see them perform.” ~ American Blues News Magazine
Terry Oates & The Mudcats CONTACT: email@example.com – This high energy show blues band from Winchester, VA is based on traditional blues influences with a modern flair. The group has many different influences and backgrounds giving them a unique perspective to the music. They are able to combine jazz, r&b, motown, rock ‘n roll, and even classical into their own style that encompasses everything blues. Their combination of guitar, bass, drums, horns and vocals give them the ability to cover and create many styles of the blues. While Terry Oates and The Mudcats incorporate covers in their performances, “there’s no feeling”, Terry says, “like keeping the crowd on their feet with our own stuff… nothing like it.”
Ray Fuller and the Bluesrockers CONTACT: firstname.lastname@example.org – Sherri Fuller
Ray Fuller, an American guitarist, singer and songwriter has electrified national and international audiences with his unique take on root-blues and rock. Having shared the stage with most every iconic blues artist from Muddy Waters to Willie Dixon, his live show roster reads like a ‘Who’s-Who’ of blues royalty. Ray Fuller and the Bluesrockers are just back from touring Europe receiving as many as 5 encores at packed to the gills venues! They have headlined blues events from GA to NY to Canada and Germany! From Ohio, he was given his first guitar at the age of 8, a Gibson Melody Maker. At an early age, Fuller was inspired by the British Invasion; Rolling Stones, Yardbirds and the Animals bands. He was quick to become the “go to act” throughout Ohio to open for iconic Blues musicians such as Muddy Waters, John Lee Hooker, Stevie Ray Vaughan, Buddy Guy, Junior Wells and Albert Collins to name a few. Ray Fuller’s immediate focus is on bringing his unique “Rockin’ Slide Guitar Blues” to venues throughout USA, Canada, Europe and beyond; putting on high energy, dynamic performances full of fire and energy! “One of the hottest slide players I’ve ever heard.” ~ Muddy Waters
“Their blues are laced with healthy doses of rockabilly and rock’ n’ roll, Fuller is out to stake a claim as one of the best singers of his genre.” ~ Living Blues Magazine