Saturday September 14, 2013.
Get your weekend BBQ and music to forget all your work week in one place as
Canary in the Coalmine plays Mojo No. 4, Urban BBQ Whiskey Bar, 3572 St. Johns Ave. in the Avondale neighborhood of Jacksonville, FL. The show starts at 10:00 PM.
Canary in the Coalmine; Jessica Pounds and Sandy Wicker with Peter Mosely on upright bass and backing vocals, Philip Pan on violin and Arvid Smith on dobro, mellobar, electric and 12 string guitars. Indie, Folk, Country, Bluegrass, heart and soul combine, allowing you to have your cake and eat it too, with vocals by Jessica Pounds and Sandy Wicker that the canary wishes it could sing.
Canary is one of Jacksonville’s best kept secrets and though they sound heavenly no matter the circumstances they sound even better with some bbq in your belly and some whiskey in your glass.
Spend an evening journeying from the earthly to the ethereal and back again with enough stops along the way to keep even the most discerning music enthusiast enthralled.
Get there early and have some of that great Mojo barbeque and grab a good seat as there will be a crowd for sure.
“Canary in the Coalmine is working on their first full length album, produced by Matt Grondin, after releasing a four song EP this past October. The band has been garnering local and regional attention within the Jacksonville area and beyond, performing at Suwanee Springfest and Magnolia Festival and is currently planning performances around the southeastern United States.”
Canary in the Coalmine plays next at Freebird on September 27th