Ric Lee brings it for Blues Against Hunger

Ric Lee Band leader and drummer for the Bayou Brothers from San Diego is bringing his sticks to jam with Sweet Sixx and the Wild Pack on July 8, 2018, for the Blues Against Hunger Jamboree Concert Series at Cerveceria Surf Sushi Pub KM41 from 2PM - 5PM. --> RESERVE YOUR SEAT

Ric Lee is a direct descendant of Confederate General Robert E. Lee and is from a very southern musical family steeped in the tradition of Americana and Cajun music. Ric started playing drums at the age of 10 years old. He made his own drumsticks out of scrap wood and began learning how to play drums. He began playing in the school band and started playing professionally at the age of 16
for local events. Ric's family moved to California from Louisiana and Ric attended college in Los Angeles to study music. While playing a gig in Lake Charles, LA, his band opened for Queen Ida at a local club. Ric was mesmerized and connected with the Zydeco and Cajun beats, which became a hallmark of Ric's style. Ric, along with co-founder John Chambers on accordion, started Bayou Brothers in 1995. Ric's major influences are Boozoo Chavis, Keith Frank, Queen Ida, Brian Jack, Beausoleil and Lisa Haley. San Diego's favorite Zydeco band!! www.BAYOUBROTHERS.net

This is a FREE EVENT, EVERYONE is WELCOME to come out dance and have a swingin' good time. Bring a non-perishable food donation to help The Hearts of Baja. Be on the lookout for the weekly announcements of the amazing lineup of blues players and guest all-stars. Let's have a great time helping our community. Music and Meals Heal!
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