POMEROY — Guitarist, singer and songwriter Clarence Spady will be performing in the Pomeroy amphitheater at 8 p.m. Friday night.
Spady is the third of six entertainers brought in by the Pomeroy Blues & Jazz Society for free concerts as a part of their summer program which climaxes with a two-day Big Bend Blues Bash. A popular blues musician known for his creativity and credited with taking the genre in new and exciting directions, Spady has opened for some of the biggest names in the business.
He will be followed in the free concert series by Gizzae, known for award winning reggae music, and the free concerts will conclude with Grady Champion, a young blues singer and harmonica player, on Aug. 10.
The Blues Bash on July 27-28 will feature a Friday night rock show followed on Saturday with the main event where name bands will play from 2 p.m. until about midnight, a free blues school for kids will be held in the mini-park, and a noon film fest will take place in the Court Street Suite.