The Van Lears, Further Adventures of FatBoy & Jive Turkey, Deacon Earl, Thur Sept 25

(SCENE) Metrospace, 110 Charles Street, presents a concert featuring Nashville duo, The Van Lears, plus local talent The Further Adventures of FatBoy and Jive Turkey, and, Deacon Earl.

Thursday, September 25th

Show starts at 8 p.m.

$5 at the door

The Van Lears are brothers Andrew and Trey Bentley who are from the mountains of North West Georgia. Currently working with platinum producer Ted Hewitt (Rodney Atkins) recording their debut album. The brothers write with well known writers, such as Steve Bogard, writer of George Strait’s “Carried Away”; Bob Regan, writer of “Your Everything” for Keith Urban; and Josh Osborne, writer of "Merry Go Round" for Kacey Musgraves and “Come Over” for Kenny Chesney. Trey and Andrew are both fine singers in their own right, but hearing them sing together is what turns heads. Eddie Owen, of Eddie’s Attic, has said their harmonies sound like the “Next coming of The Eagles.”

The Further Adventures of FatBoy and JiveTurkey is the brain child of musician Benjamin Hall. His high-energy stage presence, searing vocal vigilance, and truly tasty blues harmonica playing, combined with a dynamic and eclectic group of local and regional musicians, allow this group to provide music lovers with a fresh interpretation of classic blues tunes as well as exciting originals.

Deacon Earl is blues, folk, honky-tonk and more.


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