THE RHINELANDERs OOMPAH BAND

Rousakis Plaza Stage. Friday, October 6: 4:00pm – 6:30pm

Rousakis Plaza Stage. SATURDAY, October 7: 12:00pm – 2:00pm

Rousakis Plaza Stage. SATURDAY, October 7: 3:30pm – 5:00pm

The Rhinelanders got their start over twenty years ago.There was a need for a band that played authentic German Bavarian music and from there, The Rhinelanders were born. Their first gigs were in Hinesville in the town square, the American Legion, and Fort Stewart Oktoberfests.They palyed the Jacksonville’s Jaxtoberfest, and several locations in Hilton Head.This will be their 10th year at Savannah Waterfront Oktoberfest. They play Bavarian Musik including Polkas, Waltzes. Fox Trots and Novelty number such as The Chicken Dance. (You might mention the tapping of the keg and “Ein Prosit”)


Emerald Empire band

Rousakis Plaza Stage. Friday, October 6: 7:30pm – 11pm

 

Emerald Empire Band plays a unique mix of styles in songs. While we are best known for filling dance floors, we are equally happy to play cool cocktail jazz, and a number of other unusual styles.


BUCKY & BARRY

MORRELL PARK Stage. SATURDAY, October 7: 2pm – 5pm

 

Together since the 1st grade…Bucky & Barry have entertained millions since the 70’s…which by the way….seem like only yesterday!Multi-Time Best Of Savannah Winner..
Peoples Choice Winner.Savannah Morning News calls them…” A Savannah Institution”.


THE ROSIES

MORRELL PARK Stage. SATURDAY, October 7: 5:30pm – 7pm

 

We’re two sisters who desire to be an inspiration to the industry of music. We not only love re-doing current radio hits and top billboard favorites but also writing, composing, and recording our original music. We hope you enjoy what you hear!


CHYANN ROSE

ROUSAKIS PLAZA. SATURDAY, October 7: 5:45pm – 7:15pm

 

Chyann Rose is a 17 year old singer & musician from Statesboro, GA. She began her singing career at the age of 7 singing in Church and has been performing ever since. At age 9 she started playing guitar and entered her first talent show. By the age of 12 she was one of the “front” girls in a rock band called Supernova, put together by the School of Rock program at Pladd Dot Music in Statesboro. Now, she is a regular on the Statesboro music scene performing in some of the same spots as Luke Bryan, Eric Lee Beddingfield and Cole Swindell. She has been performing all over the state for the last 4 years. She has been nominated by Georgia-Country.com as a finalist for Teen Artist of the Year in 2015 and 2016 as well as the GA Music Awards in 2016, and was a finalist at the Country Showdown in Savannah twice. Chyann Rose has performed on the Firestone Stage at the 2016 Suwannee Music Festival. She has performed at the Savannah Food Truck Festival. Chyann Rose has opened for Cole Swindell, Colt Ford, ( Josh Reddick Foundation  Concert), Chelsea Bain and has performed her original song for Jennifer Nettles. Chyann Rose enjoys performing Country music mixed with Southern Rock and Classics from the 50’s, 60’s & 70’s.She may be young but she has a blues-y, soulful voice that packs a powerful punch.


LANCe stinson

ROUSAKIS PLAZA. SATURDAY, October 7: 7:30pm – 11pm

 

Lance Stinson hails from Lumber City, a South Georgia town with a little more than a thousand people.   Childhood was a character-building mix of rural life and hard work.  Lance and his four older brothers grew up on his parents’ farm, which for many years provided corn, wheat and port for the family’s restaurant, Stinson’s BBQ, a community gathering spot still going strong after 35 years. His first musical memories came through the speakers of his dad’s ’79 Ford pickup.  The eight-track gave him a good dose of Keith Whitley, George Jones, Waylon Jennings, Conway Twitty and Merle Haggard, whose “Rainbow Stew” remains a favorite. “Dad was a big Hank Sr. fan,” he says, “and my older brothers liked Hank Jr., so I picked up a love for both.  My brothers were also fans of a lot of ’80’s rockers like Def Leppard and Poison, and I wound up with a little of that in the mix too.” Those influences would combine to give him a taste for what he calls a “kick-in-the-teeth country.”  “There’s still some traditional sound to it,” he says, “since I love story songs, but then it’s got that edge to it.”   It’s an approach that has made him one of country’s most exciting young talents and brought Lance to the brink of national attention. That vocal diversity, and the energy Lance brings to every performance has been honed on stages all over the Southeast, through hundreds of gigs in nearly 200 clubs and hondy-tonks.   He has opened for and developed friendships with the likes of Randy Houser, Travis Tritt, Luke Bryant, Brantley Gilbert, Colt Ford, Darryl Worley and Lee Brice, among many others.  That experience and his talent led him to Nashville and he’s just getting started.


MICHAEL BROWN

ROUSAKIS PLAZA. SUNDAY, October 8: 12:30pm – 2pm

Lance Stinson hails from Lumber City, a South Georgia town with a little more than a thousand people.   Childhood was a character-building mix of rural life and hard work.  Lance and his four older brothers grew up on his parents’ farm, which for many years provided corn, wheat and port for the family’s restaurant, Stinson’s BBQ, a community gathering spot still going strong after 35 years. His first musical memories came through the speakers of his dad’s ’79 Ford pickup.  The eight-track gave him a good dose of Keith Whitley, George Jones, Waylon Jennings, Conway Twitty and Merle Haggard, whose “Rainbow Stew” remains a favorite. “Dad was a big Hank Sr. fan,” he says, “and my older brothers liked Hank Jr., so I picked up a love for both.  My brothers were also fans of a lot of ’80’s rockers like Def Leppard and Poison, and I wound up with a little of that in the mix too.” Those influences would combine to give him a taste for what he calls a “kick-in-the-teeth country.”  “There’s still some traditional sound to it,” he says, “since I love story songs, but then it’s got that edge to it.” It’s an approach that has made him one of country’s most exciting young talents and brought Lance to the brink of national attention. That vocal diversity, and the energy Lance brings to every performance has been honed on stages all over the Southeast, through hundreds of gigs in nearly 200 clubs and hondy-tonks. He has opened for and developed friendships with the likes of Randy Houser, Travis Tritt, Luke Bryant, Brantley Gilbert, Colt Ford, Darryl Worley and Lee Brice, among many others.  That experience and his talent led him to Nashville and he’s just getting started.


KEITH & ROSS

ROUSAKIS PLAZA. SUNDAY, October 8: 2:30pm – 4pm

Alt. Country Emo Grass!!!!! We are not afraid to dance with somebody who love us. Don’t you wanna dance?


JUNKYARD ANGEL

ROUSAKIS PLAZA. SUNDAY, October 8: 4:30pm – 6:30pm

Junkyard Angel is “…a used, abused, honky-tonk-infused” collection of musicians and talent’s featuring Stewart Marshall (Stewart and Winfield) on vocals and guitar, his brother Jim Marshall (Backwoods, Songwriter) on vocals and guitar, Scotty Rahn on Lead Guitar and Vocals, Andrew Gill on bass, Joe Ippolito (of Ex-Geffen Recording Artists, Remy Zero) on drums, and occasionally Allan Hughes (Athen’s GA multi-instrumentalist) on Pedal Steel/Fiddle/Lap…Junkyard Angel is a lot of old school country and rock that is drawing on the likes of Gram Parsons, Johnny Cash, Crazy Horse and the Flying Burrito Brothers with a good bit of Rolling Stones’ “Goat’s Head Soup” era colored outside the lines. Basically a ton of alcohol and such with some heartfelt, ass-kickin’ countrytonk. Maybe that”s a bit redundant, but nevertheless that’s Junkyard. The band is currently in and out of the studio and playing on a semi-regular basis (‘tween their other projects and rides between their various towns of Charleston, Savannah and Athens) trying to get some “good” sounding recordings of their original material to put together and finally finish a cd that has been in the works since Stewart, Scotty and Jim first started the project back in 2005 with lost members David Nickel (Bloodkin, Stewart and Winfield) and Rick Williams (Bloodkin, Park Bench Trio, Blues Olympics). The band as it stands now is as tight as ever (cept til the Patron shots start adding up) and plans to have a new cd to throw around in the next few months. Stay tuned and keep the drinks on ice. You gotta see these feller’s live! Who knows you might get something free, do some boot stompin’, maybe even get drunk, or perhaps even…well…who knows?


MONKEY MAN

ROUSAKIS PLAZA. SUNDAY, October 8: 7pm – 9pm

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