Band: Callaghan’s 74th Annual St. Patrick’s Day Street Party
Date: Saturday, March 14 at 9 a.m.
Venue: Callaghan’s Irish Social Club, 916 Charleston St., callaghansirishsocialclub.com
St. Patrick’s Day offers the Azalea City a small break amidst the Lenten season. When it comes to local St. Patty’s celebrations, Callaghan’s St. Patrick’s Day Street Party is one of the biggest. This annual event fills the corner of Marine and Charleston with a multitude of green-clad revelers. This beloved neighborhood pub accents this affair with an impressive lineup of musical acts. Callaghan’s has chosen three crowd favorites to provide the soundtrack for this year’s street party.
The Red Clay Strays will be electrifying the crowd with their homegrown country sounds. 2020 has already been a big year for this group. The Strays started the year with the release of their latest single, “No Way to Know.” The band followed this up with the premiere of the music video for the track “Good Godly Woman.” With their explosive stage presence and musical prowess, the Strays’ live shows are always an unforgettable experience.
The Vegabonds will be returning to Callaghan’s with a batch of eclectic Southern rock that has established the band’s dedicated following. The OGD will echo with cuts from their latest album, “V.” Produced by Tom Tapley (Blackberry Smoke, Sugarland, Mastodon), this latest offering maintains The Vegabonds’ reputation for creating thoughtful, passionate Southern rock overtures for the modern age.
Blackwater Brass will provide a fitting grand finale to this epic street party. This Mississippi-based band uses a mix of New Orleans brass, funk and jazz to keep the crowd dancing until the last beat drops. The sonic energy that Blackwater Brass produces on stage has made them one of the Gulf Coast’s most popular bands.
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