Quarter Horse Will Play at Southbury’s Blues Cafe

Quarter Horse, an Americana band whose unique sound includes elements of rock, folk, alternative, country, blues and jazz, will appear Sunday afternoon, December 8, at the Blues Cafe, a pop-up music venue meeting at the George Newton VFW Hall in Southbury.

SOUTHBURY — Blues Cafe will conclude its fifth season in Southbury on Sunday afternoon, December 8, with an appearance by Quarter Horse at the George Newton VFW Hall, 150 Lee Farm Dr. Doors will open at 1 p.m. with a potluck. An open song circle will begin at 2:30 p.m. with the main act scheduled for 3. Quarter Horse is a powerful six-piece band featuring three-part male harmonies and outstanding instrumentation, including two driving guitars, keyboards, mandolin, stand-up bass and percussion. 

The band was named Emerging Artist of the Year at the 2018 Falcon Ridge Folk Festival and performed there again this year, as well as at the Connecticut Folk Festival.

Blues Cafe is a semi-regular, all-volunteer, nonprofit live music venue, a community event featuring the best in eclectic folk-blues-roots-rock music in a casual setting.

Admission to Blues Cafe is $20 per person, cash at the door, with net proceeds going to the artists.

Tickets are limited and reservations are highly encouraged as events frequently sell out.

Those wishing to attend may email Bruce Martin at Bluescafebm@gmail.com.

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