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Reckless Saints in Concert! Pearl Street Band Opening

If it’s the New Year at the ACMA….The Reckless Saints are in the house! This husband and wife team runs the gamut from engaging acoustic folk to driving bluesy tunes, with hints of twang sprinkled in. Yes, they call their style Blue- Twangled Folk “n” Roll. The ringing impression from their music is the seamless blending of so many forms of roots music combined with meaningful and often insightful lyrics. It...
If it’s the New Year at the ACMA….The Reckless Saints are in the house! This husband and wife team runs the gamut from engaging acoustic folk to driving bluesy tunes, with hints of twang sprinkled in. Yes, they call their style Blue- Twangled Folk “n” Roll. The ringing impression from their music is the seamless blending of so many forms of roots music combined with meaningful and often insightful lyrics. It works beautifully.
“Roy Schneider, and Kim Mayfield his wife and full-time performing partner, dance with elements of authentic folk, country, blues and rock as if they’ve been in love with them all their lives. All who cry out for salvation from Reckless Saints might experience the same effect”.
Peter Lindblad ~ Elmore Magazine
The Pearl Street Band will be the perfect opener! The Pearl Street Band is comprised of ACMA member musicians Bob Williams, Mike McMillan, Bill Veach and Clark Johnson. You will enjoy listening to them as much as they will be enjoying performing for you.
Door Donations:
$12 Members/$18 Public
The ACMA will be following the COVID guidelines of our host venue.

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