Rooster (Courtesy Photo)

Rooster (Courtesy Photo)

Rooster will crow at the Bike

  • Tuesday, May 15, 2018 11:27am
  • Arts

Strap on your dancing shoes for a night of music with the island band Rooster, booked to play at 8:30 p.m. Friday, May 18, at the Red Bike.

Rooster will perform their own mix of rock, blues, pop, new wave, soul and funk, along with original songs from their upcoming album. Rooster appears frequently at the Red Bike and Snapdragon, and appeared on the main stages of the last five Strawberry Festivals.

Founders and band members Rick Doussett (guitar/vox) and Ken Widmeyer (keys) will be joined by Andy Doussett (bass/vox) and Stephen Cooper (drums/vox) at the show.

This is an all-ages free event until 11 p.m., and for ages 21+ after that.

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