The Red Clay Strays sponsored by Jimmy Burland
The Red Clay Strays
Known as The Newest Southern Sensation, the Red Clay Strays are bringing life back to the lost art of southern music!. Biography From the far reaches of rural south Alabama, The Red Clay Strays claim their unique sound with a humble onfidence that can only come from their upbringing. This band, on stage and off, reminds you of southern musics heyday and gives you hope that it may not have lost its way after all. Growing up listening to gospel along with artists such as Waylon Jennings, The Eagles, and the Allman Brothers, their wide range of influences create a combined style of the country music and southern rock weve all been waiting for. Lead Singer, Brandon Coleman, with vocals that bring to mind young Elvis, is the heart of their high energy show along with Drew Nix on rhythm guitar, Zach Rischel on lead, Andrew Bishop on bass and John Hall on drums.
A few heartfelt reviews...: "We stopped in to Acme Feed and Seed not knowing what we we in for. The four of us were blown away. We could not stop talking about the Red Clay Strays and their talent for the rest of our trip. -Allison Munsey
Holy crap are you guys amazing!!! There's a lot of talent on the Music scene, it's a rare find when a group stands out among the best...so happy we stumbled upon such a fantastic band today. -Nicolette Schultz
...not one person left disappointed and you had people dancing that hasn't danced in many years. Thank you for a great evening.
"Definitely worth seeing.. The singer has an incredible stage presence and great vocal range and interacts well with the crowd. These guys are a music lovers band.They play everything from Jerry Lee Lewis and Elvis to CCR and Stevie Ray Vaughan. They approach each song with the same intensity,passions and a cohesion that isn't usually takes years to achieve. Give em a try, you won't be disappointed!! -Derek Dumas
Zeeland Street Market (View)
2031 Perkins Rd
Baton Rouge, LA 70808
|Kid Friendly: Yes!|
|Dog Friendly: No|
|Wheelchair Accessible: Yes!|