The Fourth of July is a day to not only celebrate freedom but also everything that has come from the Land of the Free. Americana music is about as American as it gets, and Moe’s Original BBQ is planning an acoustically-infused evening for Independence Day. This show will feature two up-and-coming Americana acts from Alabama.
Emily Stuckey will be representing the Mobile Bay area. This young musician has been establishing a local fan base with number of performances in Mobile and Baldwin Counties. Armed with an acoustic guitar and a pristine voice, Stuckey’s performances could be considered the personification of her love for music.
Winston Ramble is the other half of the evening’s lineup. Comprised of Drew Benefield and Justin Oliver, this Birmingham duo has a refreshing take on acoustic music. Their sound is an appeasing hybrid of Southern rock, folk and jam. Winston Ramble’s sound has made them a crowd favorite across the state.
Emily Stuckey, Winston Ramble
Date: Friday, July 4 at 6 p.m.
Venue: Moe’s Original BBQ, 701 Spring Hill Ave., www.moesoriginalbbq.com
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