Will's Pub launches free new outdoor concert series the Laundry Sessions


Will's Pub/Dirty Laundry back patio - WILL WALKER
  • Will Walker
  • Will's Pub/Dirty Laundry back patio
Will's Pub just launched a new free live-music series called the Laundry Sessions. The booking minds of owner Will Walker, Southern Fried Sunday's Jessica Pawli and Montgomery Drive's Marshal Rones have come together like a concert Voltron to curate this early evening run of weekend shows occurring, like the name says, outside on the back patio by the Dirty Laundry bar.
Lauris Vidal - TIM ALLISON
  • Tim Allison
  • Lauris Vidal
From 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. on Fridays and Saturdays, the Laundry Sessions will set the vibe out back with a rotating roster of solo and duo acts both from the area and the occasional touring engagement. Each month, Central Florida one-man-band extraordinaire Lauris Vidal will be featured. There's no cover for the Laundry Sessions shows and the schedule so far includes:

Sat 5/7 - Run Raquel Duo
Fri 5/ 14 - Britt Chase-Shelleé Duo
Sat 5/15 - Rob Hughes
Fri 5/21 - Bryan Raymond
Sat 5/22 - Run Raquel Duo
Fri 5/28 - Zelda Grey
Sat 5/29 - Layla Brisbois

If you go out, respect everyone’s distance, for all our sakes.

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