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December 16, 2013

Band of Brothers and Shotgun Redd bands to rock the Music Hall at The Spirit of the Suwannee Music Park Dec. 27-28

Live Oak —

Don’t put away those dancing shoes yet folks, there’s still one more weekend of spectacular music left in 2013 at The Spirit of the Suwannee Music Park (SOSMP) in Live Oak. The outstanding Band of Brothers of Mayo will be on hand Saturday, Dec. 28, to rock the house with its variety of country, Southern rock, Elvis and more! The weekend begins Friday, Dec. 27, with a new band to the SOSMP, the Shotgun Redd Band of Jacksonville.

Saturday night, Dec. 28, Band of Brothers will likely pack the Music Hall and bring the house down numerous times during the evening with its incredible music, dynamic band of musicians and sensational lead singer, Travis Prine. Prine sings lead, backed up by guitarist Hal Thomas. When Prine is not singing directly to the audience, he’s seriously taking over the stage, getting into the music and creating an exciting evening for the fans! The remaining band members, brothers Kevin and Scott Barrington and Ross and Tyler Wimberly, rock out with their guitar and drum expertise to the delight of the fans who pack the house. This band is fast becoming one of the favorites at the SOSMP’s Music Hall. If you haven’t heard them, get on out there Dec. 28 and see what all the hoopla is about…this band is HOT and you will not be disappointed.

Shotgun Redd Band, organized by Jacksonville area music entrepreneur Dustin Roberts, plays country, rock, Southern rock and much more. The band is a new edition to Dustin’s long record of music endeavors. Dustin, who began playing music as a child, is the lead singer for the new band and has played various night spots in Jacksonville including Mavericks’ at the Jacksonville Landing and many other clubs and events. Come out and enjoy this new band…don’t forget those dancing shoes.

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