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Dear Loyal Patrons and Music Lovers:
Ace's Live has temporarily closed! It has permanently closed "The Barn" at it's current location. The building and land has been sold to another company and it will no longer be used as a music venue, restaurant or bar. The Ace's Live team has been in negotiations to relocate the bar, restaurant and music venue to a new location in the Bradenton area. We had hoped that the relocation deal would have been completed by the time of the land sale. However, more time is needed. Upon re-opening, Ace's Live will continue to be the leader in live music with a full liquor bar and kitchen, hosting the very best in national bands on a regular basis, along with great local talent. Please check back to this website and our Facebook page for further details on our future location. Thank you again to all of you for your tremendous support over the past 15 years and we'll see you soon!

Friday September 9 – Randall Bramblett Band – 8 pm

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Randall Bramblett Band

Special Guest, Geri-X will open the show at 8 pm

Tickets $20

Notice: This is a “Black-Out” date for VIP Cardholders

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Randall Bramblett’s distinguished body of work is defined by a triple threat career as an acclaimed solo artist, an in-demand songwriter and a first call sideman. Among the artists who’ve recorded and performed Bramblett’s songs are Bettye LaVette, Hot Tuna, Delbert McClinton and most notably, Bonnie Raitt, who opened her 2014 Grammy winner, Slipstream, with one of his songs. In the ’70s he was a member of the seminal jazz/rock group Sea Level and as a sideman has toured with Gregg Allman, Widespread Panic and Levon Helm. Steve Winwood was such a fan of Bramblett’s keyboard, sax and vocal performances that he made Bramblett his go-to tour mate for 16 years, including the ’94 Traffic reunion. He is currently the horn leader for Widespread Panic’s Megablaster Horns.

His new recording, Devil Music, features guitarist Derek Trucks whose dirtied-up slide counterpoints Bramblett’s falsetto in “Angel Child,” and keyboardist and fellow Sea Level alum, Chuck Leavell, who adds serious boogie to the witty “Reptile Pilot.” The guitar master, Mark Knopfler adds significantly on “Dead in the Water”—a swampy gem which definitely belongs on the soundtrack to an HBO series.

Bonnie Raitt proclaims “You can’t do better than Randall Bramblett.”

“One of the South’s most lyrical and literate songwriters.”  Rolling Stone

“See this guy? He’s only one of the most original and profoundly satisfying artists around today. His name is Randall Bramblett.” Mike Greenblatt, Goldmine Magazine

Randall Bramblett is the William Faulkner of Southern Music.”  Hittin’ the Note Magazine

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