The New Iberians Zydeco Blues return to Mock Crest Tavern on Friday, July 18th, at 9:00 p.m. You are sure to enjoy this fun and energetic group.
The band’s name originated from New Iberia, Louisiana, which is well-known for its red pepper hot sauce. Their music roots itself in Louisiana Zydeco, Northwest Rock, and Chicago Blues. 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. They offer a great variety of music. Check them out for yourself at their website.
Located in Montana they emerged from the Yellowstone Valley in 2011. Ted Ness and the Rusty Nails have been “writin’ and pickin'” Montana-grass tunes and performing all over the Pacific Northwest. They consist of 4 folks, 40 fingers, and 22 strings, and have ” been firein’ up whiskey-soaked hootenannies and shindiggers since the day they descended upon Missoula.”
Here’s what the press says about them:
- The most popular gift in Eastern Europe is a bottle of vodka.
- The Asian cordial “kumiss” is made of fermented cow’s milk.
- In Medieval England, beverage alcohol was often served with breakfast.
- British wine isn’t the same as English wine. British wine is made from imported grapes; English wine is not.
- Drinking chocolate mixed with beverage alcohol was fashionable at European social events in the 17th century.
Have a great week and we’ll see ya there!