Sister Sparrow & The Dirty Birds California Beer Festival Blues & BBQ Festival Mission Park Ventura, CA 9/21/2014

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Stage 3:30-4:45pm Sister Sparrow & The Dirty Birds TWITTER FACEBOOK

Sister Sparrow and The Dirty Birds took the stage right around 3:30 and rocked with a solid set of tunes with solid musicianship,  a powerful horn section and some great jamming on the harmonica.   One of the most best moments of their set was when they proceeded to incorporate a part of “Kashmir” into another son and they do other sorts of mash-ups and neat arrangements of a diverse selection of songs that also cross over from the blues, which gives them widespread appeal.   They are currently on a national tour and are very worth checking out. 

Arleigh Kincheloe – vocals
Jackson Kincheloe – harmonica
Bram Kincheloe – drums
Sasha Brown – guitar
Josh Myers – bass
Phil Rodriguez – trumpet
Brian Graham – baritone sax

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Here’s a live music video from NY have a look at how they sound as a band:

Stage 4:45-6pm Tab Benoit FACEBOOK TWITTER

Crowd favorite and blues great Tab Benoit and his band closed out the festival on a high note with his great blues playing leaving the crowd wanting more.  A truly awesome way to end a great event in beautiful Ventura. Tab makes a few more stops in California before continuing on with his tour in Nevada and elsewhere.   

Check out the incredible upcoming FREE festival in Louisiana – definitely worth the trip!


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