Local Seafood and Music Festival on the Straits!

August 17-18, 2018

Wild Caught 2018 Schedule of Events

Friday, August 17, 7pm - 10pm

Holland Revival
Gary Dudley and the Maxxtones

Scroll down for band details!
Saturday, August 18, 1pm - 10pm:

Marsha Harris
Connie Mason
Lost Girls
Yose (Aren Blake)
Common Interest
Beaufort Blues Project
Unknown Tongues

The Skinny on Wild Caught Performers

Hailing from Wilmington NC, the 4-piece band Holland Revival aligns a do-it-yourself work ethic to their signature sound of woven melodies driven by solid rock rhythms. Their original compositions are thoughtful, fun, and poetic. Come check out our friends from the southern coast, whose influences range from Steely Dan to Pink Floyd!

connie Connie Mason (left) is a Carteret County treasure performing downhome coastal music and local tales. She'll make you taste the salt in the air and feel the roll of the deck under your feet. Her programs are family-oriented and peppered with Down East ballads. Ask her to sing the oyster song!
Hailing from Morehead City but always on the road, Marsha Harris is a nationally renowed musician and instructor. She has won first place in mountain dulcimer at Mt. Airy Fiddler's Convention, Union Grove, and others. She also plays Native American flute, and toured with the band Painted Raven. Marsha is the coordinator for the Crooked Road Dulcimer Festival in Ferrum, VA.
YOSE small (1) (12K) YOSE is a Moog-driven heavenly mix of Aren Blake wonder with vocalist Khrystine lifting you to new vistas and altitudes.

Common Interest features Delancy Loftis, Skyler Lehman, and friends to rock ya like Irish funkytown!

Lost Girls: Have you found them yet? Wandering between Marshall and Marshallberg, Margie Misenheimer, Karen Koenig, and Barbara Blake play old time foot stompin tunes and sing the sister harmonies, Tom Parker on bass, and special guest Bryan Blake on pedal steel.
lost girl album cover (153K)
BBP Boat Pic (212K) Beaufort Blues Project (left) will take us down to the crossroads. Bassist Carlos Sanderson and his drummer wife Hope not only lay down the groove, but they produce our Wild Caught tee-shirts! Vocalist Marjorie Landen will knock your flip flops off. Jim Durham plays sax, Talley Best is on keyboards, and Neal Beasley is on guitar. BBP is the real downhome deal!
Unknown Tongues is your host band, serving up a spicy mess of Cajun-Zydeco! The Tongues have played festivals, dances, and shows for some 25 years. Accordion player Bryan Blake is the driving force behind the Wild Caught festival and Gloucester Mardi Gras. Barbara Blake gets down on the rubboard and guitar, Todd Humphreys lays down the bass grooves, and Tom Parker stays frisky on the drums.
Gary Dudley sm (4) (23K) It doesn't get any more local or classic than Gary Dudley and the Maxxtones. Beaufort native Gary Dudley, from a long line of menhaden captains, shredded guitar for nationally-touring bands Legacy and Eclipse. Bassist Fernie Paul Willis has played with more bands than can be named. And drummer Omar Adams keeps the beat for these Carteret County Rock Stars!

For more information, call 252-729-8021  unknowntongues@gmail.com
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