Lockdown Blues Band - Blue @ Beyu Caffe, Raleigh [13 July]

Lockdown Blues Band - Blue


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13
July
19:00 - 22:00

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Beyu Caffe
341 W Main St, Durham, North Carolina 27701
High-energy, butt-shakin’ blues and soul!”

Lockdown is a high-energy blues band that has been heating up the stage for several years now. Hailing from Raleigh-Durham, NC this group has toured the southeast playing festivals and other venues, and is always a crowd pleaser. The strong vocals of Taneka Clemmons, Lockdown creates an energy and sound like few others. This group has been gaining popularity since forming in 2008, and loves to entertain and interact with the crowd. Be prepared for a great time with Lockdown!

Members: The Band: Taneka Clemons – Lead vocals Steve Gallagher – Guitar Will Bulk – Guitar/Vocals Sheldon Pugh- Bass Guitar/Vocals Matt Jenkins – Drums/Percussion Ask us about bringing in the entire “Jailbreak Horns” horn-line to make your party or event something to remember! They really add that growlin’ sax, and screamin’ brass to all our sets!

Lockdown is all about fun!
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