Henderson's Roadhaus will be the site when local meets metro for a music Jamboree this Saturday afternoon.
Frank Turek and his band "Eviction" will start the proceedings around 4 p.m. Frank is the son of Terry and Megan Turek.
Brian Wheat will share his talents around 5 p.m. Wheat is from Buffalo, NY and currently calls MPLS home. His fourth album is due out this spring, and this is taken from his web page ...
"Brian Wheat, Minneapolis, MN songwriter, is Looking Alive again. On the verge of a fourth album release, the Buffalo, NY native has taken his time developing a unique blend of Canadiana and Southwest dark film score folk that draws comparisons to timeless greats like Willie Nelson, Neil Young, and Cake, as well as contemporaries such as Calexico and M.Ward. Wheat's performances are more lively, honed, and engaging than ever."
Dirt Roads will share tracks from its debut "The Road Less Graveled" at 6 or so, and that MPLS band that joined the Roadies for the December 20 release party will again share their unique original stylings around 7 p.m. The band was nameless for its first visit to Henderson, and is currently working under the name "Whitetail."
All will conclude in time for the Rush River Dance and the Dakota Ramblers in the Roadhaus Event Center.
Another great day for music in Henderson.