Oyster Rock Pub
Friday, October 5th
You must be 21 to enter after 7pm
7:00 pm – 11:00 pm – Slammin Dixie –Country
Slammin Dixie is a unique Outlaw Country Band based in Eastern North Carolina. Their catchy original songs have the crowd singing at every show. Along with their original music, Slammin Dixie plays a mix of new and classic country hits. Having six years experience with local festivals, charity benefits, weddings, bike rallies, and club performances, Slammin Dixie is a band that will be long remembered around Eastern North Carolina.
Saturday, October 6
1:00 pm – 3:00 pm – 4EverAll
The energetic couple from Newport, NC has been playing for several years and eagerly awaits the upcoming release of their first CD later this year. Their music includes original tunes such as “Where The Bridges Burn” and “The Long and Windy Road”. Songs include a blend of Americana, folk, and grainy bluegrass all delicately portrayed in their own acoustic style.
4:00 pm – 7:00 pm – Scearce and Ketner – Acoustic duo
We are Scearce and Ketner, an acoustic duo from Swansboro, North Carolina. We perform your favorite songs by a wide variety of artists as well as original songs from our album “Abducted”. We appear in restaurants, pubs, and clubs from Boston, Massachusetts all the way down to Key West, Florida. Please wade through the links at top and learn more about us and the places we perform.
8:00 pm – 11:00 pm – MOMMICKED – Modern Rock
Named after the Down East phrase for being “mentally and physically punished”, MOMMICKED was formed in 2005 after musicians gathered after another event and started playing acoustic guitars. After playing together for small events, in 2010 MOMMICKED decided to step it up a notch and changed their song list to include classic and modern rock as well as other genres. MOMMICKED is soon to be Eastern NC’s official No. 1 party band.
Sunday, October 7
1:00 pm – 4:00 pm
A Mile Too Far
After forming in early 2012, A Mile Too Far immediately started writing songs about the hardships of life and the good times that follow. Although inspired by bands such as Transit and All Time Low, the trio has created their own blend of energizing pop punk and alternative. This was displayed in their self-recorded demo that was released in August 2012. The band says, “Music is about reaching out to people who share the common ups and downs of life that we face every day.”