Sunday, June 19 – Lone Wolf
Could Lone Wolf be the fastest banjo player alive? One way to find out is to mosey over to the next edition of Southern Fried Sundays at Will’s Pub to witness Florida’s up-and-coming one-man band Lone Wolf, or Bruno Esposito as he’s known to some, play his psycho blues (listen to “Haunted Carousel” on his self-titled album for a taste of this joyfully eerie experience). His sound is based on a frenzied, hybrid clawhammer strum that will have you stompin’ while he belts out lyrics in a grizzled, craggy voice that hardly seems capable of emanating from the physical realm. But we know why you’re really going: slap down a fiver at the door and you get fried chicken and barbecue. Mmm
one-man band and hot sauce. – Katie Westfall (with Goodrich & the Die Tryins, Rebels and Rouges, the Sweetkisses; 5:30 p.m. at Will’s Pub, 1042 N. Mills Ave.; $5; 407-898-5803; willspub.org)
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