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Dickens Patio: Jim Bradford Trio

26-Aug-2017

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Dickens Patio: Jim Bradford Trio

 

Spring/Summer DICKENS TAVERN PATIO Concert Series

 

2 to 5 pm, FREE, ALL AGES SHOW

 

 

 

Introducing the JIM BRADFORD band:

Dave Lewis - Bass guitar, acoustic guitar, electric guitar, vocals. Dave hails from Maryland, and has extensive playing experience. Dave spent 6 years in Charlotte, NC immersed in the local jam band scene. Dave played lead guitar for Layland Sphere, who toured in support of The Wailers. Dave holds an MS in Music specializing in jazz guitar.

Wyley Hodgson- electric guiltar. Influenced heavily by the blues, Wyley a wonderful guitarist from Aspen, Colorado.

Jim Zarske - Drums and percussion. Jim is an energy conservation engineer and a talented drummer. His roots are in Jazz. He used to play in jazz ensembles around his home town of Pamona, CA.

Jim Bradford - acoustic guitar, vocals. Jim writes songs, sings and plays guitar. He is a member of the Nashville Songwriters Association. Jim is originally from Montana. He currently runs his own energy engineering consulting practice. See his professional site at www.mesapointenergy.com

 

 

http://www.jimbradfordmusic.com/

https://www.facebook.com/Jim-Bradford-Band-185953064768153/?ref=aymt_homepage_panel


 

 

Bring the family! Bring your friends! Bring your relatives! Bring yourself!

 

 

Make a reservation to dine on the patio and order from our full Dickens Tavern menu.

We have some amazing drink specials and a new menu this month for you to check out

- many of your favorites are back!!

What a great town we live in... we are blessed to have so many talented musicians touring through weekly!!!

Feel free to tip the artists... Every Weekend This Summer FREE Music On The Patio...

Thank you again and see you soon Longmont!

 

 

Ticket Price $.00


 


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