Bloodshot Records 15th Anniversary Beer-B-Q featuring Bottle Rockets, Waco Brothers, Ben Weaver and more

Sunday, August 23, 2009 - 4:00pm

Bloodshot Records 15th Anniversary Beer-B-Q featuring: Bottle Rockets, Waco Brothers, Bobby Bare Jr.'s Young Criminals' Starvation League, Ben Weaver, Deadstring Brothers, Ha Ha Tonka, Deano w/members of The Meat Purveyors. One of a limited number of shows around the country commemorating the 15th Anniversary of Bloodshot Records, and 70 Years of Rolling Rock. And it’s your way of getting some good eats, some extra pale lager, and some honest-to-god Rock-and-Roll at small town prices.  This Bloodshot B-B-Q will have a bunch of the best bands from Bloodshot Records, buckets of razor-cold Rolling Rock and fall-off-the-bone barbecue. That, friends, is most definitely the recipe for a good time.

3:15pm      Deano Waco & the Purveyors
 4:30                 Ha Ha Tonka
 5:45                 Ben Weaver
 7:00                 Deadstring Brothers
 8:15                 Bottle Rockets
 9:30                 Bobby Bare Jr.'s Young Criminals' Starvation League
10:45                Waco Brothers

Tickets are on sale now from the Cedar Ticketline (612-338-2674 ext 2), Cedar outlets, and online at Ticketweb.

Ben Weaver photo with banjo
BEN WEAVER is a songwriter, poet, bicycle advocate, and dad. He has released seven CDs of his original music and published two poetry chapbooks. MOJO magazine called him a “Hillbilly Leonard Cohen, " The New York Times described his music as “…Americana full...
Bottle Rockets is an alt-country band from St. Louis, signed to New West Records.
Ladies and gentlemen, quite possibly the best live rock band on the planet. We’ve seen them a hundred and sixty seven times, and they never fail to entertain with their train wreck approach to country. Subtlety is for the weak, so they’ve chosen the path of...

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