We are pleased to announce the following events for July 2013:
18th anniversary of
JAMMIN' IN JULY 2013
18th YEAR!! Jammin’ in July 2013 Music Festival
Gates open at
Admission: $20/adults, $18/Srs. & Military, $4/ages 6-12, under six free
Advance Tickets through July 11, 2013: $18/Adults; $15/Srs. & Military (purchase at Historic Camden)
2012 SCHEDULE BELOW- 2013 TO BE ANNOUNCED NEXT YEAR:
*ROBERT LIGHTHOUSE (Sweden, Washington, D.C.) Delta Blues- 4:30-5:05 pm
Just back from a Russian tour, Lighthouse came to the States from
Sweden at 18 to learn about Mississippi Delta Blues. He settled in Washington, D.C. in 1988. He released
his acclaimed CD, “Drive-Thru Love in 1998 and “Deep Down in the Mud in 2007. His guitar and harmonica
work continue to receive rave reviews. www.robertlighthouse.com.
*EXIT 98 THE BAND (Camden, SC) Up-tempo 70s/today's Rock- 5:15-5:45 pm
Re-vamped local cover band featuring founder Greg Williams (guitar), Kristin Cobb (vocals), Michael Montgomery (bass), and David Franklin (drums & vocals).
*CHERRYCASE (Nashville,TN) Acoustic Folk Pop- 5:55-6:25 pm
Established in 2006 by Jake Etheridge, the band’s two pop rock albums, “CherryCase” and “Change,” showcase the soft acoustic songs and more upbeat, keyboard and drum-driven tracks they are known for. Their new music video, ”The War Song,” produced by Columbia’s Fisher Films and filmed at Historic Camden, will have its premier at Jammin’. www.cherrycase.com.
*BAKERS MOON (Camden, SC) Instrumental Rock - 6:35-7:05 pm
Danny Riddick (drums/theremin), Joe Fohner (guitar) and Trey McCorkle (bass) are an instrumental rock trio whose improvisational sound appears on their “Speak No Evil” and “Midnight On Mars” CDs. wwwbakersmoon.com
*JIM HAYES (Camden, SC) Acoustic Rock - 7:15-7:45 pm
Always a stage presence at Jammin’, Hayes will return to his roots with a solo set. He has been a vocalist and guitarist in many bands, including Without a Paddle, and toured Japan with Tin Pan Alley in the 1990s.
*KATHRYN SCHELDT & FRIENDS (Alabama Coast and Columbia,SC) Jazz-flavored Original Americana - 7:55-8:25 pm
Alabama-born Kathryn grew up in Camden, SC, and now calls Alabama home. A talented singer-songwriter Scheldt has played in numerous well known venues and released five CDs, including her recent “One Good Reason.” She has authored two song books and has served on the music faculties of Queens University and the University of South Alabama. On-stage “Friends” will include Columbia jazz musicians Jim Mings (guitar), Reggie Sullivan (bass) and Brenden Bull (drums). www.kathrynscheldt.com
*THE MOBROS (Camden/Columbia, SC) Funky Blues Latin Feelin' Soul- 8:35-9:05 pm
The Morris brothers, Kelly (guitar & vocals) and Patrick (drums & vocals), and Zack Slaughter (bass) dive into their Brazilian & Caribbean influences. The Mobors self-produced music video, “Mississippi Woman,” will be shown at Jammin’. www.themobros.com
*REGGIE SULLIVAN BAND (Columbia, SC) Jazz, Rock, Funk, R&B - 9:15-9:45 pm
Reggie Sullivan Band members Nick Brewer (keyboards), Brenden Bull (drums) and Zach Bingham(guitar) will join bassist/vocalist Sullivan at Jammin/’. Sullivan has performed with musical legends such as Marian McPartland, Olivia Newton-John; and as a band member for Wynona Judd. You can find him working worldwide as a freelance bassist or regionally with the Reggie Sullivan Project. Just released “Together” is his first CD. www.reggiesullivanproject.com
*REVOLUTION THEATRE - 9:50-10:10 pm
Movie Time!! Viewings of CherryCase & The Mobros music videos.
*DELTA MOON (Atlanta, GA) Blues and then some! - 10:15-11:05pm
Delta Moon returns as Jammin’ 2012’s headliner! Tom Gray and Mark Johnson’s pulsing slide guitars, plus Darren Stanely (Drums) and Franher Joseph (bass) surely will once again inflame the crowd with superb inter-lacings of Mississippi blues and Appalachia twang. Dubbed 2008 Blues songwriter by the American Roots Music Association, Gray’s songs have been recorded by Cyndi Lauper, Manfred Mann, Bonnie Bramlett and others. Delta Moon’s CDs, including newly released, “Hellbound Train,” be available. www.deltamooncom
*THE SHAPE SHIFTERS FINALE (Planet Earth) Finale members of some of the bands - 11:15-11:45 pm
Members of Bakers Moon, The Mobros, Robert Lighthouse, Jim Hayes and more take the McCaa House
stage for the always popular Jammin’ in July Finale.
JULY 6, 2013 10:30-11:30 am
INDEPENDENCE DAY CELEBRATION FAMILY FUN HOUR
INDEPENDENCE DAY CELEBRATION FAMILY FUN HOUR
Historic Camden’s monthly adventure into the past invites kids ages 6-12, parents and grandparents to meet
at the Film Room to learn about Independence Day. Play colonial games, march in a mini parade, wear some colonial garb, and make
a fun take-home craft based on something Paul Revere used to warn the citizens that the British were coming – can you guess what
it is? Enjoy tasty cookies and lemonade before you head back into the 21st century. In the event of rain, we will have stories
and other fun indoor activities. For additional information about this free, fun event call 803-432-9841.
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Last updated October 6, 2012