Sidestreet Reny and The Shaun Peace Band

SideStreet Reny

SideStreet Reny

Sidestreet Reny performs August 9th, at 9 p.m. This band consists of two members, Reny and Bell, who have played together for more than 14 years. Their sound brings a blend of bluesy funk  pre-war blues, roots and folk music.

They’re sure to pack the house with their unique tunes, mixing a touch of reggae when you’re least expecting it. Reny’s raspy voice is strongly complimented with Bell’s smooth and melodic sound. “Money Blues” became a fast fave of mine, and “Fade” a close second. Listen to their tunes at Reverb Nation.

Join Mock Crest Tavern in welcoming The Shaun Peace Band, Saturday, August 10th, at 9:00 p.m.

Mixing the roots of rock n’ roll, blues, and alternative music, Shaun Peace has a blended sound of acoustic and electric music.

Although born in Texas, he relocated several times before the age of 5. He eventually wound up in Virginia where he grew up on rock n’ roll. He then picked up the guitar at age 12 and as an adult participated in several bands in the Virginia area. He now records music in studios all over the world.

He has made quite an impression on ACDC front-man Brian Johnson who is a family friend. Brian also helps introduce Shaun’s music to the world.

Members Include:

  • Shaun Peace
  • Gary Nelson
  • Fernando Medina
  • Sarah Peace
  • Mike Gales

The band’s sound is compared to Kings Of Leon, Jack Johnson, Sublime and Eric Clapton. For additional information and to hear their music before the show visit them on ReverbNation.

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

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