Music


**FEST CANCELLED**

2020

Music Lineup

Friday, August 7th

8 pm - 10 pm:  Patrick Sweany

5:15 pm - 7:15 pm: Flowtation

Saturday, August 8th

8 pm - 10 pm:  Six String Crossing

5:15 pm - 7:15 pm:  Hoodoo Brown

2:30 pm - 4:30 pm:  Covington Groove

12 pm - 1:45 pm:  Paraquat

Patrick Sweany

Friday 8 pm - 10 pm

Nashville based bluesman Patrick Sweany fuses elements of Americana and southern rock to produce his distinctive, soulful stylings. He rose to prominence in the late 90’s and later formed the trio, The Patrick Sweany Band, featuring Dan Auerbach of The Black Keys among a revolving cast of musicians. He signed with Nine Mile Records in 2006, to release C’mon C’Mere - - the first of six albums on the label (two produced by Auerbach). Sweany spends a great deal of time on the road, having played 48 states and much of Europe. He’s played premiere festivals (Newport Folk Fest, Merlefest, Montreal Jazz Fest, Telluride Blues & Brews) and supported international acts such as The Black Keys, The Tedeschi Trucks Band, The Wood Brothers, Hot Tuna and others.

Six String Crossing

Saturday 8 pm - 10 pm

Based in Chicago, IL, Six String Crossing is currently playing live shows across the states. With Six String Crossing's versatility, we can deliver an acoustic performance or a full band rock show extravaganza. SSC has proven to be a dynamic headline act or an exciting opening act for regional and national touring artists. Six String Crossing always brings an enthusiastic crowd of new fans to any venue as they perform rockin' country songs that you may be hearing for the first time as well as the hit songs you know and love from yesterday and today.

Hoodoo Brown

Saturday 5:15 pm - 7:15 pm

Hoodoo Brown is a concoction of two brothers, Chris Castelli on Lead Guitar and Lead Vocals and Pauly Castelli on Drums/Vox. They are accompanied by Ian Kahrilas on Bass/Vox and Ryan Wayne Tedder on Keys/Sax/Vox. Hoodoo Brown plays an assortment of classic rock, blues, soul, and funk covers, along with a sprinkling of original music. The Castelli brothers have been playing their whole lives together and have shared the stage with such acts as Lynyrd Skynyrd, Heart, The Original Wailers, and Rusted Root. They have also had the honor of recording with legendary producer Bob Ezrin, who has produced epic records for bands such as Pink Floyd, Alice Cooper, KISS, Peter Gabriel, Lou Reed, Phish and countless others. Working for months with one of the greatest producers in rock history and present took the brothers to a new level in their approach towards music. Since that time, Chris and Paul have done much touring, writing and recording; their original music has been played on Chicago’s 93.1 WXRT, WGN 720 AM, Fearless Radio and they have performed live in the studio on Chicago’s Q101 radio and WGN TV/Radio. The Castelli brother’s latest musical endeavor, Hoodoo Brown, takes pride in putting on a top tier live musical experience for festivals, clubs, private events, etc. One does not truly experience Hoodoo Brown until their sound is pulsing through one’s heart and soul, providing a moving musical experience.

Flowtation

Friday 5:15 pm - 7:15 pm

Flow is the mental state in which a person performing an activity is fully immersed in a feeling of energized focus and enjoyment in the process of the act. Flowtation is a funk band out of western Chicagoland who strives to spend as much time on stage in such a state as possible.

FLOWTATION: Live at Pollyanna.2020-01-25_Pony > No Diggity

FLOWTATIONLive at Pollyanna Brewing Company2020-01-25"Pony" written by Stephen Garrett, Elgin Lumpkin and Tim Mosley.(recorded by Ginuwine)

Posted by Flowtation on Thursday, January 30, 2020

Covington Groove

Saturday 2:30 pm - 4:30 pm

An ever growing collective of professional musicians whose purpose is to spread the joy and energy of good music by way of putting on a great show that has people dancing, drinking and having fun!

Paraquat

Saturday 12 pm - 1:45 pm

Paraquat plays a variety of rock covers and originals.  Everything from early blues through today's rock.