By Paul Kavanaugh
Quite the name for a band, isn’t it? When you dive just a little deeper you discover that this is a collection of some of the best-known musicians in the area. It starts with Duane “Catfish” Frye, a local favorite for many years. Add in his buddy Victor Lawson, always a crowd pleaser, then keep going with Jamey Gillenwater and Andy Pilsner and you have the makings of strong, powerful band. These guys can play anything, and with Shake yo Money Maker they focus on Blues, Rock, Funk and, of course, Dance. As a matter of fact, I defy you to sit there for more than 10 minutes before you jump up and head for that dance floor in the middle of The Brewery. Friday is going to be one rockin good time.
Saturday is another good one too! Coal Creek takes the main stage at 8:30 and promises to wow the crowd with their blend of roots music and Americana. Coal Creek is made up of 5 long-time friends from West TN. They’ve played together for over 10 years, crafting country rock and folk rock sounds, as well as popular covers. I think its another one of those times to get up and dance! Throw in a few cold ones from The Brewery’s great selections, add a burger and presto! you have all the makings of a wonderful evening. See you out there my friends!