Brews, BBQ & Bourbon Festival will feature 2 stages
with live musical performances all weekend long

**Lineups & Times Subject To Change**

BAND LINEUP ON THE WILD TURKEY MAIN STAGE

FRIDAY

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    Bobby McManus

    5:30-7:00pm

     

    Trained in classical and jazz upright bass, Bobby McManus made the jump to the guitar while inspired by the physical styles of Eddie Van Halen and Victor Wooten, as well as progressive music like Rush and Dream Theater.
    bobbymcmanus.com

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    Dan Tillery

    7:30-9:00pm

     

    A dynamic personality and life of the party, Dan Tillery’s humor, enthusiasm and love of music come through during every performance.
    dantillery.com

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    The Muggs

    9:30-11:00pm

     

    The Muggs are a three piece blues rock band hailing from Detroit, Michigan. The Muggs formed in 2000 with all three members: Danny Methric on guitar & lead vox, Tony DeNardo on bass guitar & backing vox and Todd Glasson drums.
    themuggs.com

SATURDAY

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    Mad Rabbit

    12:00-1:30pm

     

    With astounding instrumental and vocal competency, Angelique (vocals), Mike (guitar, vocals), Lonnie (drums, vocals), and Dietrich (bass, vocals) have compiled one of the largest catalogs of songs by a band in Michigan, and their variety of musical genres is second to none.
    madrabbitdetroit.com

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    Alise King

    2:00-3:00pm

     

    The winner of multiple awards and having opened for world-renowned artists, Alise King embodies soul in a town well versed in the genre. Her vocals are powerful and impactful, definitely worth witnessing in a live setting.
    aliseking.com

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    Weekend Comeback

    3:15-4:15pm

     

    Weekend Comeback is a four-piece ensemble that features saxophone and versatile female vocals. Their exciting show includes multiple vocalists, guitar, bass, drums and saxophone, delivering a crisp and impressive assortment of cover tunes.
    weekendcomeback.com

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    Kendrick Jackson

    4:30-6:00pm

     

    Kendrick Jackson is a multi talented singer, songwriter, producer and also a very fine actor.Kendrick was born in Memphis, Tennessee, a city with a rich musical history that helped cultivate his amazing gifts. He grew up singing in the church and at an early age realized that something different happened to people when he began to sing.

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    Metro Soul

    6:30-7:30pm

     

    Metro Soul Band is a high-energy Detroit band that has mastered the sound of smooth jazz mixed with Motown classics and R&B. They’re called “Metro Soul” for good reason!

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    Tripp 'N' Dixie

    9:30-11:00pm

     

    Tripp N Dixie showcases a blend of soulful vocals, fierce dueling guitars, eclectic keyboards, alongside a thunderous drum and bass section, providing an irresistible delight in your body and makes you want to get off your feet and groove.
    trippndixie.info

SUNDAY

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    Mark Reitenga

    12:30-2:00pm

     

    Mark Reitenga has been playing folk rock in Metro Detroit for almost 30 years. With selections from The Beatles to Dave Matthews, Reitenga has entertained crowds at local restaurants, clubs, music festivals and private engagements, performing energetic, acoustic sets that deliver an intimate vibe.

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    Mark Maze

    2:30-4:00pm

     

    Mark has established himself as a world class entertainer with an electrifying personality. His extraordinary showmanship always leaves audiences wanting more.
    musicpage.com/markmazeband

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    Ryan Dillaha And The Miracle Men

    6:30-8:00pm

     

    Ryan Dillaha and The Miracle Men are a working class rock n’ roll band that was formed in 2012 in the Motor City. They immediately began making a name for themselves in the local music scene and gained a well-deserved reputation for rollicking, whiskey-fueled performances.
    ryandillaha.com

BAND LINEUP ON THE ACOUSTIC STAGE

FRIDAY

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    Remington Taylor

    5:00-6:30pm

     

    The lyrical coloratura of Kylee Remington and the dramatic tenor of James Taylor, Jr., come together, creating a fusion of pop music and art song. With the lyrical prose of country music and the edge of rock music, Remington Taylor truly defies and defines genre like no other.
    remtaymusic.blogspot.com

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    Celia Nip

    7:00-8:30pm

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    Caleb Gutierrez

    9:00-10:30pm

     

    For years we have heard that distinctive voice resonating throughout the concert halls and nightclubs of Detroit as the popular lead singer of The Infatuations. But now Caleb has chosen to embark on a new solo career backed by an exceptional group of musicians who have come together to play for him. Get ready for something Special!

SATURDAY

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    Al Bettis

    12:00-1:00pm

     

    Al Bettis blends blues, folk and other eclectic influences that can only be experienced by listening. Growing up in Detroit, he was exposed to blues and gospel music as the sounds spilled from speakers of the local record store near his grandmother’s home. He has since emulated that style with his own personal touch.
    albettis.com

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    Tiffany Marie & Jamie Allan

    1:30-3:00pm

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    The Kickstand Band

    3:30-5:00pm

     

    Guitar, bass. Sweet boy-girl harmonies embracing 50’s doo-wop and 90’s pop-punk while living in a post garage-rock Detroit.
    thekickstandband.com

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    George Morris & The Gypsy Chorus

    5:00-6:00pm

     

    George Morris has been making live music in Detroit since the mid-2000s with the Satin Peaches, having since teamed up with bassist Aaron Nelson, Helena Kirby (keyboard) and Zach Pliska (drums) to form George Morris & the Gypsy Chorus – a full musical and spiritual experience!
    georgemorris.bandcamp.com

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    The Whiskey Charmers

    6:30-7:30pm

     

    The Whiskey Charmers is a Detroit-based Americana band led by Carrie Shepard and Lawrence Daversa. Fans have often compared their sound to the feeling of riding in the middle of the desert with the top down.
    thewhiskeycharmers.com

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    Spiral Crush

    8:00-9:00pm

     

    With catchy, hard-hitting riffs, heavy bass and relentless percussion, Spiral Crush is one of Michigan’s emerging rock bands that cannot be ignored. Consistently delivering high-energy, unforgettable live performances, this band reminds us what loving and experiencing rock ‘n’ roll is all about.
    spiralcrush.com

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    Zander

    9:30-10:30pm

     

    Zander Michigan is a folk/Americana singer/songwriter from Detroit, MI. He plays the guitar, the harmonica, and sometimes even plays the fool. His Bob Dylan style vocals, heavy strum, and cheeky lyrics make him a classic sounding musician in an age of futuristic banter.
    zandermichigan.com

SUNDAY

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    Front Row Cello

    12:00-1:30pm

     

    Classic Tunes For Special Events! A special blend of Cello and Guitar on a wide range of music – from the familiar to the avant garde!

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    Sweet Willie Tea

    2:30-4:00pm

     

    Willie provides an authentic roots, blues and Americana feel with a genuine, bonafide, one-of-a-kind, old-time, one-man-band! Performing Delta-style bottleneck slide steel, 6- and 12-string acoustic, cigar box, diddly bow, and electric guitars – plus the ukulele, banjo, mandolin and harmonica – all while singing and playing drums with his feet!
    sweetwillietea.com

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    Jason Waggoner

    4:30-5:30pm

     

    Jason Waggoner is the type of Americana artist that has a wide verity of influences, and it shows. His music will make toes tap, voices sing, dancers swing, hearts break and tears fall.
    jasonwaggoner.net

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    Acoustic Inferno

    6:00-7:30pm

     

    Jeff Vance has been entertaining the downriver area for years, with an endless selection of songs. Paul Moore is a veteran guitarists from the Detroit area, that still continues to tour and back up many famous artists. Combined, they are capable of any style, song, or situation.

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    Cheyenne Goff

    8:00-9:30pm

     

    Cheyenne Goff first cut his teeth in the music business as the frontman for Epic Recording Artist Bliss 66. Also a songwriter, Goff’s first nationally released material, a song entitled “Not Quite Paradise” was co-written with band producer and music biz icon, Glen Ballard and appeared as the closing track for the major motion picture Titan AE within a year of his graduating high school.
    reverbnation.com/musician/cheyennegoff