Reverend Jenkins Blues Project
Well, after some restructuring, the hottest blues band in the Burlington area is ready to return to the stage. We send our best to Greg Morrison, former lead singer, who left to spend more time with his family. Ryan "Bunk" Burgess will have some large shoes to fill as the new lead singer, leaving behind his familiar post behind the drums. Not to worry though, John "Catfish" Loy has stepped up as the new drummer and looks to complement the tightest rhythm section ever created with "Kansas City" Keith Ingalls on bass and Steve Picard on piano. Brandon Santini and Larry Rogers continue on as the two founding members. This band is hot folks, and we expect great things from them in the future. Check em' out!
B-Town All Stars
What happens when you cross three of Burlington's finest jam bands? The B-Town All Stars, that's what! With a screaming twin guitar attack from Keith Ingalls and Greg Germino (formerly of Blackberry Catfish), a thunderous bottom end from Doug Marshall (formerly of Backseat Driver), and the bunkiest beats around from Ryan Burgess. This band was started in late 2002 and they've been rockin' Burlington since. Playing a mix of covers from the Allman Brothers to Buddy Miles to AC/DC to The Beatles, a B-Town show is always a good time. Currently looking for a keyboard player, the band can't wait for spring and some killer shows.
The Lost Colony
Want a little history with your sun? Check out multi-talented Ross Long as he joins the 2003 version of this classic NC drama. Ross will be performing all summer long in Manteo, so take a weekend out of your busy schedule and find out what really happened to those pesky colonists. Good luck Rooster, and don't forget the sunscreen!