Jason Lollar (Rick Dahms Photo)

Jason Lollar (Rick Dahms Photo)

Veteren blues performers play at Red Bike

  • Tuesday, March 20, 2018 11:48am
  • Arts

One More Mile, a blues band that over the years has changed players but always remained committed to the roots of blues, will play a show at the Red Bike at 8:30 p.m. Friday.

The musicians of One More Mile have all performed on stages throughout the Northwest, and most have appeared in island venues with celebrated island groups.

The band includes Jason Lollar on guitar, Mike Nichols on harmonica, Michael Marcus on bass, Tony Mann on keyboards, Wes Peterson on drums and John Sparks on guitar.

The group will play blues classics and add their signature mark to their version of “Rockin’ House Blues” and funk.

The free show is open to all ages until 11 p.m., then ages 21 and older only.

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