Soon after meeting, Dan and Shell began playing music together and a wonderful friendship was born. They can be seen and heard all over Fernandina Beach.
Tag Archive: Live Music
Featuring over twenty-one musicians with a variety of professional singers, entertainers and other acts, this family friendly holiday show is sure to get everyone in the spirit.
Saturday, November 5th will be the final, wonderfully entertaining “Evening of Story & Song”.
The Waymores (waymores.net) return to Amelia Island, and if you aren’t leaving town to beat the Florida heat, check them out on Saturday, August 13, 2016, at 7:30 p.m.
This month’s band at Sounds on Centre is “flipturn”, a Fernandina Beach, five-piece indie rock, garage band that you don’t want to miss.
Down Yonder is an exciting bluegrass band that will be offering “Jam Sessions” on Sunday afternoons this summer at Sliders Seaside Grill, come on out and sit in for a song or two.
Sounds on Centre June 3, 2016, features The Decades Band. Come to dance, come to people-watch, or come for the fellowship – this is a great time to be in Fernandina Beach!
Steve Seskin to Perform at Evening of Story and Song, thanks to the generous support of First Coast Community Bank and St. Peter’s Outreach Program.
The Gin Blossoms will play a FREE concert at the 2016 Isle of Eight Flags Shrimp Festival on Saturday, April 30th.
The 2016 Sounds On Centre season begins this coming Friday, April 1, at 6:00 p.m. and features the dynamic sounds of Palmetto Catz!
Nassau Community Band presents their first concert in the newly remodeled St. Michael’s Parish Hall.
On the second Monday of each month, this live music event happens at our local Little Theatre where they bring in musicians for two hours of entertainment.
Proceeds to Benefit “Make A Film Foundation” Make A Film Foundation grants film wishes to children with serious or life-threatening medical conditions
Nassau Community Band provides an annual concert to support Personal Energy Transportation. Funds are used for canes, fold-able walkers, crutches, wheelchairs, and three-wheeled wheelchairs.
The shows feature Sharon Barry and Deidre Singleton on piano with a five member percussion ensemble and flutist.