Bring your love of barbecue, beer, and the Delta Blues to the Arts &Humanities Bainbridge Fall Camerata fundraiser, to be held at Rolling Bay Hall on October 15th.

The event is sure to be a rhythmic and lively experience as the island’s own Rolling Bay Stones take the stage, with Brent Grossman on drums and guitar; Mark Hoffman on guitar, mandolin, and drums; and Jeremy Rothbaum providing vocals and piano. Doors will open at 4 pm for barbecue and beer; the music starts at 5 and should keep rolling on for a couple of hours.

In this podcast AHB communications coordinator Tim Spenser  joins the Stones’ Mark Hoffman to give us a sneak preview of the fun-filled evening that lies ahead. Listen here to hear the back story on the Rolling Bay Stones — and you won’t want to miss our recording of Mark’s rousing, on-air rendition of “Two Trains Running.” We also close out the podcast with a sampling of blues from Jeremy Rothbaum.

Rolling Bay Hall will only hold a little over 100 blues and barbecue lovers, so get your tickets soon by visiting the Arts and Humanities website at:

Credits: BCB host: Charlotte Cook; audio tech: Chris Walker; audio editor and social media publisher: Diane Walker.