SFS 12 Yr. Anniv w/ Heavy Petty (Tom Petty Tribute), Hindu Cowboys, The Goldminers, Oak Hill Drifters, Jon Prestage, FWTR & More!

SFS 12 Yr. Anniv w/ Heavy Petty (Tom Petty Tribute), Hindu Cowboys, The Goldminers, Oak Hill Drifters, Jon Prestage, FWTR & More!

Sun, January 21, 2018

4:00 pm

Will's Pub

Orlando, FL

$10.00 - $12.00

This event is 18 and over

Southern Fried Sunday
Southern Fried Sunday
Southern Fried Sunday is a early laid-back evening for bands to gather and create & for music lovers to gather and enjoy! You'll hear bands of the Alt-Country/Bluegrass/ Rockabilly/Americana/ Folk/Country variety. Plus there's always great BBQ!
Heavy Petty (Tom Petty Tribute Band)
Heavy Petty (Tom Petty Tribute Band)
Heavy Petty formed December of 2009 and played their first show at Common Grounds (now High Dive) on Valentine's Day in 2010. Since then, they've played hundreds of venues and events in the U.S. They offer great Tom Petty songs, as well as high energy shows with the best vibes! We want you to have fun!
Hindu Cowboys
Hindu Cowboys
Now in their 17th year of performing together The Hindu Cowboys continue to serve as a Central Florida's veteran troubadours of Americana music.

The Hindu Cowboys sound is rich with folk, traditional string band and corn-fed roots music, all topped off with retro-country gravy. Their live sets are often laced with cover songs from old-school country (pre-1976) and classic rock, reinvented in the Hindu Cowboys style. The band frequently tours and performs as a 4-6 piece band, but principally has a writing and arrangement core based around its three founding members: Joseph Martens, playing acoustic guitar and lead vocals, Craig Roy on upright bass, and George Dimitrov on electric guitar. The musical style of the Hindu Cowboys is a unique combination of the musical roots of the origins of founding members, from Nashville, to the Southwest corner of New York State, and across the ocean to Bulgaria. The current lineup adds some of the best musician talent from Central Florida, including Gary 'Doc' Hibbard on pedal steel, fiddle, mandolin and electric guitar; Jessy Lynn Martens on fiddle, mandolin and vocals; and Gabriel Collazo on drums and war paint.

The Hindu Cowboys were formed in 1998 in Orlando, Florida, and still make Central Florida their home. The band released its debut seven-song independent album in 1999, which received world-wide critical acclaim and airplay. The attention of their first CD and their live performances caught the eye of The Wildhorse Saloon (in its heyday, it was a gateway to the Nashville labels) earning them week-long showcases at their venues in both Orlando, FL and Nashville, TN.
In 2004, the band released "Live After Five, the Hindu Cowboys; second album, crafted as a tribute to the band’s loyal fan base. The record contained fifteen (15) favorites from the Hindu Cowboysplaylist.

The band’s music made its way into the movies in 2006, when” Alabami Bound", a cut from the band's first album, was added to the soundtrack for Altered - a sci-fi movie by the director of The Blair Witch Project.

The band released its third CD in December, 2007 - a five-song EP which is a prelude to a long-awaited return to studio recording.

The Hindu Cowboys perform at many notable gatherings annually that includes Great Blue Heron, Riverhawk, String Break and the Albino Skunk music fesitvals. They made an appearance on the WARPED Tour during the tour’s 2002 Central Florida stop as well as appearing on the main stage of Orlando Calling 2011.

The Hindu Cowboys have shared the stage with Dale Watson, Peter Rowan, Donna The Buffalo, Fred Eaglesmith, Drivin' n' Cryin', Jim Lauderdale, Marty Stuart, Los Lobos, The V-Roys, Chris Isaak, The Flatlanders, Dwight Yoakam, Restless Kelly, Del McCoury, Steep Canyon Rangers, Warren Haynes Band, Hank Williams III, The Waybacks, Tim O’Brien, Rhonda Vincent, The Gourds, The Iguanas and Robert Earl Keen, among many others.
The Goldminers
The Goldminers
The Goldminers are old school, outlaw style, good time country, so old school that they're not going to be found on your computer. They have so much stage presence they don't have to have an on-line presence!
Oak Hill Drifters
Oak Hill Drifters
Oak Hill Drifters span the rockabilly, country and early R&B genres with ease, with nods to Janis Martin, Bob Wills, The Everly Brothers, Little Willie John and Charlie Feathers alike. The high energy provided by Craig Roy's upright bass and the kickin' drums by Tom Pearce will keep your feet moving and your head nodding, and the dual vocals and harmonies from Tom Cooper and Rachel Decker will keep you wanting more.
Jon Prestage OMB
Jon Prestage OMB
Folk-Country-Blues One Man Band with a bit of outlaw attitude, Jon "Debt" Prestage definitely brings the fun times to the party.
You might be very familiar with him, if you have seen him perform with his One Man Band brother Ben Prestage of the Prestage Brothers who play sets all around the state of Florida and all over the world.
The Firewater Tent Revival
The Firewater Tent Revival
Firewater Tent Revival are a North Florida High Energy String who work to live and live to play sweet Folk/ Country/ Honky Tonk/ Bluegrass music on the weekends..it's our good time all the time so they figure on sharing it with all of you who're willing to listen.
Wes Morrison & The Stray Hares
Wes Morrison & The Stray Hares
Wes Morrison & The Stray Hares is an outlaw country, blues, soul band with a touch of garage rock. Garage Country!
Venue Information:
Will's Pub
1042 N. Mills Avenue
Orlando, FL, 32803
http://www.willspub.org/