Mustang Sally – Mar 28
March 28 @ 9:00 pm| $5
WE WILL BE TAKING LIMITED TABLE RESERVATIONS FOR THIS EVENT. CALL 513-874-1992 FOR DETAILS!
Mustang Sally has performed alongside high profile names such as Montgomery Gentry, Gretchen Wilson, Big & Rich, and Blake Shelton, in addition to being demanded worldwide as fair and festival headliners, receiving a standing ovation at the Kickin’ Up Kountry Festival in Thief River Falls, MN, and playing to sold out crowds at the Havelock Country Jamboree in Havelock, Ontario. They routinely perform over 200 dates a year, and have toured the U.S. from coast to coast, as well as Europe and Asia. At the time of the on-line release of their debut self-titled album on GMG/Universal Records, the ladies were featured in Country Weekly Magazine and gave the magazine staff a private concert.
Mustang Sally is comprised of Lead Singer Tobi Lee (North Vernon, IN): Her strong vocals, never ending energy, humor, song writing, and multi- instrument playing leave audiences amazed by her performance. Lisa Romeo (Omaha, NE), keeps the other girls in line as band leader, and lends her immense talent to drumming, singing harmony, and songwriting. Rachel Solomon (Austin, TX), a Berklee College of Music grad, adds killer musicianship and keeps multiple styles of music under her fingers as a regular session player in Nashville. Sarah Wilfong (Chicago, IL); from the marbled halls of Berklee College of Music to the streets of Nashville, she tears up the fiddle blending her background in Celtic music with her love of country. Brenda Zitzman (New Ulm, MN); while her soaring harmony vocals and rhythmic acoustic guitar are her performance staples, this farm girl isn’t afraid to pick up a cow bell- her Belmont University professors would be proud!
Mustang Sally’s dedication to their fans can be seen at every show; post-show autograph lines often look more like family reunions as the ladies joke and catch up with returning audience members. Lead singer Tobi Lee puts it best: “We have the best job in the world, and without our fans, we wouldn’t work!”