Rodney Key’s Birthday Bash Kicks Off Folkin’ Free Tuesdays at the Depot
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Celebrating his 23rd Birthday, Rodney Key kicked off his own Birthday Bash with a plethora of familiar acoustic folked out blues covers. Songs by Freddie King, John Lee Hooker, and Lightning Hopkins poured from the speakers as Mr. Key gave the gift of song on his birthday. Rodney asked for a handful of his friends to join him on stage for a few tunes. Bong Sean attempted to play drums to a humorous Pearl Street Riot mockup jam, Cody Phifer also grabbed a mic and sang along to an original PSR song, and Mr. Alex Addy jumped up to harmonize on an original called “It’s a Lie” (see video below).
The crowd was in for another birthday treat as the special guests for the evening plugged in and rocked out. Wesley Joe, Justin Cashion, Cody Phifer, and birthday boy Rodney Key of Pearl Street Riot infused the party with their unmatchable style of Folk & Rock. Banging out song from the Butcher Holler album as well as new tunes like “James Brown Records”, the guys lit the candles on the folkin’ cake!
Rodney & Alex
Check out the video of PSR
Don’t miss the next Folkin’ Free Tuesday!
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September 18th – The Draggin Man
September 25th – Alex Addy & Max Jones
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Photos by Robbie Gunn