Join the New Iberians and Blueprints This Weekend!

newiberiansGet ready to have a fantastic time listening to The New Iberians Zydeco Blues at Mock Crest Tavern on Friday, June 21,  at 9:00 p.m. The fun and energetic group loves to get the crowd up and swinging.

The band chose their name from New Iberia, Louisiana, well-known  for its red pepper hot sauce.  Their music roots itself in Louisiana Zydeco, Northwest Rock, and Chicago Blues.

In 2002 they released their first CD, with Robert Lee on fiddle. After Robert left the band,  harmonica man, Claes Almroth, added his vast experience of Blues and R&B to the group. The band then became the New Iberians Zydeco Blues Band.  In 2008 and  2011, the band released additional CD’s, and they’re currently working on fourth CD.

The New Iberians Blues & Zydeco Band includes many original tunes, but they don’t leave out the traditional Zydeco, Blues and New Orleans Rock’n’Roll. You will enjoy their wide variety of music.

Check them out for yourself at their website.

The Blueprints return to Mock Crest Tavern and perform Saturday, June 22nd, at 9 p.m. They perform a mix of Americana/Blues and R&B.

Members include:

  1. Claes Almroth
  2. EmmaLee Almroth
  3. Chris Bond
  4. Steve Dion
  5. Emery Wilson

To hear this song and others visit The Blueprints on Reverbnation. You are sure to enjoy “Unchain My Heart”.

Listen to additional music on myspace, including “Number 13” and “Everything is Free Now.”

Just a reminder, there is never a cover charge at Mock Crest Tavern. So share the events with your friends, and remind them to visit and subscribe to the blog and follow on twitter @MockCrest.

Have a great week everyone, and we’ll see ya there!


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