The renowned Fryed Brothers Band is scheduled to perform at The Boardwalk this Saturday night, February 3. This special evening not only showcases the band’s talent at the Orangevale venue but also celebrates the birthday of its leader, Harry Fryed, promising a night of vibrant entertainment. Joining them on stage will be The Damn Liars.
The Fryed Brothers Band, known for their energetic blend of American roots music encompassing country, blues, swing, boogie-woogie, and rock and roll, has garnered acclaim as the premier biker band globally. Their reputation was solidified when Billy Idol referred to them as “the most dangerous band in the world” after a collaboration.
Founded in 1980 by Harry and Tommy Fryed in honor of their older brother, Mark, the band has spent over two decades touring extensively across the United States, Canada, Australia, and New Zealand. They have headlined major motorcycle rallies nationwide and are regular performers at Willie Nelson’s Fourth of July picnic.
Over the years, the Fryed Brothers Band has shared stages with a diverse array of musical legends, including Willie Nelson, The Doobie Brothers, Chuck Bradley and The Damn Liars, and many more.
Chuck Bradley and The Damn Liars, known for their authentic American rock and roll sound infused with elements of country and blues, will kick off the evening with their explosive live performance. Their debut EP, “American Ghost Town,” produced by Grammy award winner Michael Rosen, is a testament to their soulful and bluesy musical style.
The show starts at 8:00 p.m. at The Boardwalk, located at 9426 Greenback Lane in Orangevale. For tickets and additional information, visit www.rocktheboardwalk.com.
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