The SeaGrass concert series is this Saturday, September 21st at Fort Gaines on Dauphin Island. The series of live musical performances that spotlights the rich roots music traditions of New & Traditional Folk, Roots Rock, Bluegrass, Singer/Songwriter, Acoustic Blues, Cajun, and other forms of American Roots music collectively referred to as Americana music is presented by the South Mobile County Tourism Authority.
The inaugural concert will feature three-time Grammy Award winning artist Delbert McClinton. He will be performing with his full band and joined by special guest “Jimmy Hall & Friends”. There will also be plenty of delicious foods and beverages. Gates open at 6:00pm.
Historic Fort Gaines
51 Bienville Blvd.
Dauphin Island, AL 36528
Everyone over the age of 9 will need a ticket. You can get tickets online at http://seagrass.eventbrite.com/ or in personl at ACP Real Estate, Inc. 900 Bienville Blvd. on Dauphin Island, or at Bay Bank locations.
Please visit www.dauphinislandtourism.com or call 251-861-TRIP (8747) for more information.
Summerlyn Powers is a 12 year old singer/songwriter/musician/actor who loves music and performing. She began writing music when she was very young, started singing solos in church when she was 7, then learned to play the violin, guitar and piano.
You can learn more about Summerlyn online at https://www.facebook.com/SummerlynPowers,
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