Saturday, March 25th, it's the Lion's Club Seafood Festival at Francis Field in St. Auggy. We go on at 7:30 pm, but there is plenty of music and fun all weekend!
And on the last Friday of the month, March 31st, we're back at Celestino's on Anastasia Blvd.
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Originally from Memphis, TN, Rusty began playing bass as a teenager, soaking up the R&B sounds of his hometown, and later attended Berklee College of Music in Boston, where he majored in jazz performance.
One of his most interesting experiences was touring with the Ringling Brothers and Barnum& Bailey Circus, where he anchored a 17-piece big band, playing up to nine arena shows per week while traveling the entire country by train.
Rusty now calls St. Augustine, FL home and performs regularly with the Duffy Bishop Band.
Paul Unsworth is a prolific composer and drummer. A New York guy, Paul has played venues across the country with a wide assortment of great players, such as Rolling Stones' guitarist Mick Taylor and blues favorite Peter Karp. He now lives in Ormond Beach and plays with Duffy Bishop.
Alex Richman is a keyboardist/singer/songwriter whose musical background combines classical training with blues and soul to form her own unique style. She recorded a solo album on Capitol Records, and has played and recorded with The Butts Band which included members of The Doors, and has toured England and Europe with Curved Air with Stewart Copeland on drums. Currently she lives in St. Augustine and plays with The Duffy Bishop Band and others, as well as playing solo.
Chris Carlson grew up in the musical metros of Philadelphia, Nashville and Jacksonville, and spent a lot of his life in Seattle and Portland, Oregon. He has been playing guitar, writing music and producing albums for over forty years. Having acquired no other discernible skills, he will continue to do the same in the foreseeable future.
For thirty of those years, Chris has been lucky enough to play and write for his wife, the beautiful blues chanteuse Duffy Bishop, and will keep that gig for as long as she can stand it.