Hot blues teams up next Roots Music concert
Grilled ribeye and pork chops will be grilling along with some sizzling blues at the next Roots Music Series at the Pioneer Museum in Fredericksburg on Saturday, August 18.
The Longhorn Street Cafe will be on the grounds grilling up ribeye or thick cut pork chop with veggie medley, wild rice, dinner roll, and apple cobbler, all for $10. Wine, beer, sodas and water are available for purchase.
Then from 6:30 pm to 10:30 pm, three new blues and R&B acts will entertain under the shade on the grounds of the museum. The lineup includes:
• 6:30 pm -7:25 pm - Lincoln Durham is an up and coming gritty and gripping blues singer-songwriter who has caught the attention of blues aficionados.
• 7:40 pm -8:50 pm - Soul Track Mind is classy Southern group that plays a blend of soul, blues, funk, jazz and rock.
• 9:10 pm -10:30 pm - A young Kansas City native singer-guitar player, Samantha Fish plays blues influenced by boogie and rock.
Gates open at 5 p.m. Parking is free, and guests are encouraged to bring a folding chair. All museum buildings will remain open until 7 pm for Roots guests.
Admission is $12 with s Students high school age and younger admitted free.
A $2 discount is available for advance online ticket sales or webpage printout at
The Pioneer Museum is located at 325 West Main Street in Fredericksburg, with event entrance on Milam Street.
Net proceeds support the mission of the Gillespie County Historical Society.
On Saturday, Sept. 22, the Roots Series will host American Decades Night.
For more information, contact firstname.lastname@example.org or 830-997-2835 or visit www.pioneermuseum.net.
Pictured: Blues rocker Samantha Fish will show off her guitar and singing skills at the next Roots Music concert at the Pioneer Museum, featuring blues on Saturday, Aug 18.