Live music, unique arts and crafts and fantastic food are just some of the things to look forward to for the upcoming Pork in the Park Barbeque Festival in Salisbury, Maryland. Our line-up for 2015 is coming soon!
Friday 8-10 p.m.
Front Page News has been "touchin' souls with rock n' roll" with their high energy classic and modern rock covers since 2009. Band members Gary Collier, Mark Ridgway, Aaron Taylor and Leroy Brewington have been playing the Delmarva club scene for over 20 years. The band lists their influences as Molly Hatchet, ZZ Top, Finger Eleven, 3 Doors Down and play songs by Van Morrison, Bryan Adams, Lynyrd Skynyrd, Buckcherry, Zepplin, Elvis Presley and "anything that makes ya wanna wiggle."Visit band online
Saturday, 10-11:30 a.m.
"The singer/songwriter duo has garnered a loyal following as the main event at a variety of bars and pubs, and as a generally adorable example of what happens when a brother and sister are friends first, siblings second, and innovative musicians all the time." Musically, they meet up around pop with the occasional country standard thrown in, but nothing is off limits for alex&shiloh.Visit band online
Saturday, 12-1:30 p.m.
Ass kickin, beer drinkin, modern and classic country music done the way we know you like it! Based out of Laurel, Delaware, band members include Bo Dickerson on vocals, David Hastings and Jordan Harper on guitar, Brian Licinski on bass and Neal Rudolph on drums. Influenced by all true Country and Southern Rock outlaws, the band is inspired by music greats including Hank Jr., George Jones, David Allan Coe, Lynyrd Skynyrd and Jamey Johnson.Visit band online
Saturday, 2-3:30 p.m.
Randy Lee Ashcraft has been entertaining people all over the country for over 20 years and has returned home to the Eastern Shore to perform for his favorite fans! A former Green Beret in the United States Army, Randy has released five albums, which combined have sold over 20,000 copies to places as far reaching as Europe! In 1999, he received a citation from Governor Parris Glendening of Maryland honoring his "dedicated efforts to share the beauty of the Eastern Shore of Maryland region through his music and the song 'Shore Thing'." Randy has opened for several national acts such as Joe Diffie, Colin Raye, Lonestar, Cherie Austin, Toby Keith, Travis Tritt, Phil Vassar, Aaron Tippin, and Sawyer Brown, and more recently in 2011 - for Josh Turner and Sara Evans. He was the winner of the 1997 Jimmy Dean/True Value Country Music Showdown and the Independent Music World Series held in Philadelphia, PA. He was the first and only country music artist EVER to win the latter! Randy is also the '02, '03, '04, and '05 winner for Best Entertainer/Singer of the Eastern Shore, the '03, '04, and '05 winner for Best Singer/Songwriter on Delmarva, and the '08 Entertainer of the Year as presented by the Coconut Times.Visit band online
Saturday, 4-5:30 p.m.
Rising up from the quaint Eastern Shore towns of the Chesapeake Bay, this newly formed six-piece band, Uprizing, has stumbled upon a unique sound of R&B, funk, reggae and classic rock that is quickly taking the shore by storm. Featuring several vocalists, a guitarist, a bassist and a drummer, their unmatched versatility and through-the-roof energy makes them the area’s top dance party band. Dishing out a mix of funk and R&B classics mixed with modern top 40 hits with splash of reggae, Uprizing is guaranteed to keep the crowd moving.Visit band online
Saturday, 8-10 p.m.
Such Fools are bound together on a quest for a meaningful musical experience amid the vast cultural wasteland known simply as "Delmarva." They are as diverse as their backgrounds. Mickey Justice, a singer of fine songs, a keen player of most everything and a Fool, is a highly skilled master of the treble clef and was raised in the hinterlands by a family of Dire Wolves from the fabled village of Frontier Town. Todd Smith, a singer of fine songs, master of all in the realm of the low notes and a Fool, was raised on the mean streets of Detroit, armed with an upright bass in one hand. And in his other hand, was the rest of that upright bass. As everyone knows that an upright bass is nearly impossible to carry with just one hand. Dick Morris, a singer of fine songs, distracted noodler of guitar and a Fool, was seduced at a young age by the rich, yet archaic medium known as the vinyl record album. He is currently making his third attempt at a freshman year studying the mysterious branch of applied physics known as String Band Theory.Visit band online
Want to sponsor the BBQ event? Contact Carolynn Foxwell at email@example.com or call 410-548-4900 ext. 112.