Rusty Bladen, the hometown storyteller and minstrel, will be lighting up the stage at Red Bicycle Hall on Thanksgiving Eve (November 23) just in time for the holiday. Bring the family, meet your friends, come early and stay late. The fun is just beginning! Special $5 show on one of the great party nights of the year!
From the redbicyclehall.com website: “He’s been a part of the music scene in Madison and all over the Midwest for over 30 years now. His brand of homegrown rock and roll is just feel-good music, no two ways about it! If you’re looking for a fun place to hang out with family and friends on Thanksgiving Eve, come enjoy the awesome atmosphere (and plenty of room!) at The Bike.”
NEW MUSIC FROM RUSTY BLADEN: Rusty wrote and recorded his new song “Jamie’s Garden” as a tribute to a young mom who died unexpectedly, leaving two kids – and a garden – to be raised by her mom and dad.
The song debuted on the Rusty Bladen Fans and Friends page on Facebook on Tuesday, September 27.
Rusty worked with Louisville musician Marty Miller (multi-instrumentalist for Mickey Clark) on the track, an ode to making it work. The first session was in August and they finished mixing September 24.
Rusty Bladen plays a solo (with special guests) show at Soup Stew Chili & Brew in Madison, Indiana on October 8 at 2:30pm.
Rusty Bladen and The Unstoppables on October 15 at Jordy McTaggart’s in Columbus, Indiana at 9pm
This Saturday night (Sept. 24), Rusty Bladen debuts at the Triple Play BBQ in Franklin, Indiana. A beautiful big room, the venue has a retractable roof, so let’s hope for great weather and homegrown rock and roil under the stars. 9:00pm start. VENUE: 186 W. Jefferson St Franklin, IN 46131 Sunday (Sept. 25), if youContinue Reading