Celebrate Spring with Free "Blues By The Sea" Concert at Freshfields Village, May 8

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Rare appearances by renowned blues men and women will mark the Blues by the Sea concerts at Freshfields Village. The Village is located between Kiawah and Seabrook Islands near Charleston, SC, and offers visitors unique dining, shopping and recreational activities.

Freshfields Village will host an array of Blues legends for one big event on Saturday, May 8th. From 2 p.m. to 7 p.m., the Village will become Blues by the Sea, with all performances free of charge.

Bobby Parker & the Blues Night Band - Bobby Parker, a blues/rock guitarist legend will make a rare appearance to perform with his DC-based band. Parker is well known for his hit “Watch Your Step” and his signature guitar riff copied by many famous rockers of our time. Visit Bobby Parker’s website at http://www.bobbyparkerblues.com.

Shane Pruitt Band - Pruitt’s band combines blues, soul, funk and even gospel sounds. The up and coming artist joins known drummer Bill Fletcher and Jim Peterman, the original keyboardist for the Steve Miller Band. Visit http://www.myspace.com/shanepruitt

Skyla Burrell Blues Band - This blues singer and lead guitarist from Pennsylvania was a favorite at the recent Lowcountry Blues Festival. Burrell is seen by aficionados as a talent worth watching. For more information, go to http://www.skylaburrell.com

Support for “Blues by the Sea” comes from Kiawah Island Accommodations Tax Committee, Bill & Marilyn Blizard (Kiawah Island Friends of the Blues), and the Lowcountry Blues Bash.
Freshfields Village is located between the crossroads of Kiawah, Seabrook and Johns Islands on the coast of South Carolina. A timeless collection of one-of-a-kind shops, restaurants make it worth a day trip for visitors and locals alike. Visit http://www.freshfieldsvillage.com.

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