Entertainment at RAM, May 21 | Arts & Culture

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Entertainment at RAM, May 21
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Every Saturday Riverside Arts Market (RAM) schedules live entertainment for their main stage, the River Stage. All headlining entertainers perform every Saturday between the hours of 11:45AM and 2:15PM. This week’s line-up includes the following performers:

10:30AM - 11:15AM, Caitlin Nicole Eadie, www.myspace.com/caitlinnicoleeadie.com

At nineteen years old, Caitlin's unique alto voice stands above the cookie-cutter crop of young country singers. Hailing from North Florida, Caitlin performs regularly in Nashville and plays to crowds ranging from 5 to 50000 people. Caitlin co-wrote 4 of the 10 songs that are on her debut CD "Country Girl" Caitlin has opened for acts such as Tim McGraw, Jason Aldean, Heartland, James Otto, Janie Fricke, Lynyrd Skynyrd, John Anderson and Tanya Tucker. 

11:45 AM – 1:45 PM, Larry Magnum, www.reverbnation.com/LARRYMANGUM

A Jacksonville, FL singer/songwriter Larry has released 7 albums of original music and 2 live albums since 1980. An award winning songwriter, Larry makes regular appearances at the Florida Folk Festival (featured performer in 2010), the Will McLean Festival (featured performer 2010), the South Florida Folk Festival, the Sarasota Folk Festival, the Gamble Rogers Folk Festival, Barberville, the Lake County Folk Festival and many more. Larry's concert appearances with music legends include the late Waylon Jennings, Roger McGuinn, The Texas Playboys, Billy Joe Shaver, Vassar Clements, Ray Price, Martina McBride, Juice Newton, Steve Young, Gene Watson, T.G. Sheppard, T. Graham Brown, Alabama and many more.

2:00 PM – 3:00 PM,  Bruce Hamilton:

An accomplished guitar and mandolin player, his career has spanned more than 25 years. His early musical influences include bluegrass, country, Texas swing and blues. Bruce, an excellent songwriter entertains audiences with his original material that he describes as "Chamber Music For The Common Man". His song “Boggy Creek” an upbeat bluesy swamp creation based on a local river in Northeast Florida, was given “Honorable Mention” in the 9th annual CMT/ NSAI (Nashville Songwriters Association International) contest.

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