Easley, from Tennessee to Maine

Mar 13, 2018
The Angela Easley Band

Rockland — The Monday Night Blues series continues March 26 with a 7 to 10 p.m. show by the Angela Easley Band in the upstairs music room of Time Our Pub, 275 Main St. Admission will be $10 at the door.

Nashville indie recording artist and Mississippi soul singer Easley promises to rattle the rafters with her powerhouse vocals and rockin’ soulful band. Easley’s latest album, “Hold On,” is filled with infectious tunes and showcases her prolific lyric style rooted in the deep soul of the south. As a teen, Easley performed in a talent competition on the Grand Ole Opry stage; she later became the youngest member and front-woman for the band Bayou Lagniappe. She moved to Music City 15 years ago and the Angela Easley Band quickly became a fixture of the Nashville music scene. Easley’s love for music is an all-encompassing passion that continues to drive her life … and drive her fans to the dance floor.

Upcoming in the weekly series are: April 2, Roberto Morbioli ($15); April 9, Memphis Lightning Band ($10); April 16, John Primer ($15); and April 23, a double show with Gracie Curran and Victor Wainwright bands ($20; starts 6 p.m.).

Doors open an hour before shows. Schedule is subject to change. For more information, visit northatlanticbluesfestival.com and click on the Time Out Blues link; visit the Monday Night Blues Facebook page; call 593-9336; or email bluesman@midcoast.com. Also on the site are information and ticket sales for this summer’s North Atlantic Blues Festival, set for July 14 and 15.

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