Friday March 22 – Commander Cody – 9 pm

Commander Cody Band

$20 Adv  $25 Day of Show

Non-Smoking Show

The Commander Cody Band relocated to the east coast in 1997 and has been going strong ever since. Cody and his group are still wowing crowds at festivals, giant biker conventions and college concerts in the U.S. and Europe, as well as sleazy, down home, uptown and/or very posh roadhouses and bars. As of late, Cody has also been artist in residence as well as boogie woogie pianist extraordinaire on The Legendary Rhythm and Blues Cruise extravaganzas. George Frayne is also a highly respected and sought after artist, having received his bachelor’s degree in Design from the University of Michigan and a master’s degree in Sculpture and Painting from the Rachkham School of Graduate Studies on the University of Michigan. He has taught at the University of Michigan and Wisconsin State University, and has had his art exhibited at numerous shows.

Today, The Commander Cody Band features Mark Emerick on guitar, Steve Barbuto on drums, Chris Olsen on pedal steel, and Randy Bramwell on bass. Cody is still trying to pound his piano into submission. And, they all sing!!

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Click Here to visit Commander Cody’s website!

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