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Jim Stapley Duo at Durand Brewing Company

June 25 @ 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm CDT

Free
Durand Brewing Company is a year old brewery with 14 taps of fresh beer and two of soda, with everything brewed fresh in Durand. LIVE music too! Don’t miss this special return performance by the JIM STAPLEY DUO, a bit of Nashville/London rock!
More about the music:
Jim Stapley and Johnson Jay played met at London’s famous songwriter hub ‘The Bedford’ ten years ago. After playing on many bills together, they joined forces and have been playing together on Stapley’s original work, and a number of other projects, ever since. Both Stapley and Jay are active members of The Kenney Jones Band (Drummer for the Small Faces, Faces, and The Who) and have worked with some of the great names in Rock ‘n’ Roll including Rod Stewart, Ronnie Wood, Mike Rutherford, Bob Geldof, Paul Young, Steve Harley, Dave ‘Bucket’ Colwell, Rick Wills, Tony Visconti, and Eddie Kramer.
As an acoustic duo, they blend the original work they crafted together, covers from artists including The Beatles, The Rolling Stones, Chris Stapleton, The Band, Tom Petty, their slightly awkward humor, and years of playing experience together, to provide a night of great entertainment!

Details

Date:
June 25
Time:
6:00 pm - 9:00 pm CDT
Cost:
Free
Event Category:
Website:
www.jimstapley.com

Venue

Durand Brewing Company
N6649 State Highway 25
Durand, WI 54736 United States
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Phone:
715-283-4040

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