Thursday, May 18th, 8:00 PM
The Veranda Lounge
THE VERANDA LOUNGE PRESENTS:
NIGHT OF THE ROUND TABLE
Starring: Charlie Roth, with Special Guest: Michael Shynes
Thursday, May 17 – 8pm
THIS CONCERT IS FREE
The Veranda Lounge will present this season’s final installment of its popular musical series, The Night of the Round Table, this Thursday evening at 8pm with a special performances by Charlie Roth and Michael Shynes performing around “the round table” sharing great music and stories.
Americana, Folk, Blues, Country, Celtic, CHARLIE ROTH is a unique blend of all these genres. What Charlie is best at is telling a story with his rich baritone vocal, acoustic guitar, rack harmonica, and foot percussion. His fifth album ‘Broken Ground’ reached up to #6 on the Euro Americana charts and continues to get air play all over the world. He has recorded with the likes of Sam Bush, Michael Bland and other American legends. A consummate showman, an entertainer with countless gigs under his belt, Charlie has mastered the art of playing and singing from his heart, exuding the sheer joy of making great music which can be felt by everyone who is connected to that magical and medicinal spiritual grace.
“Michael Shynes has the rare ability to blend shades of multiple genres over an acoustic landscape, and his songs possess a lyrical depth rarely paired with such universal appeal. Performing regularly at the world renowned Dakota Jazz Club in Minneapolis, as well as having broken ground at the historic Hotel Cafe in Los Angeles, this is a songwriter to watch in the years to come. Vastly emerging from humble beginnings in a small central Minnesota town, Shynes has toured with National recording artist Howie Day, as well as opening up for Emerson Hart of Tonic, Matt Hires, Eric Hutchinson, and Tyler Hilton. “The thing that seems to separate Shynes from other performers in his field is unquestionably his voice. With a range and falsetto that is nothing short of captivating, his acoustic finger picking style acts as the perfect bed of warmth on which his soulful lyrics can rest.”