The Starline Rhythm Boys play Friday at Lincoln Peak

NEW HAVEN — The Starline Rhythm Boys will play at Lincoln Peak Vineyard on Friday, Aug. 30, 6-8 pm.
Now celebrating 15 years together, the trio plays vintage country, honky-tonk and rockabilly music with strong harmony vocals. Their repertoire includes many superb originals as well as covers of both classic and obscure numbers. Promoters say their music is great fun for both listening and dancing.
The Starline Rhythm Boys is comprised of Danny Coane (“Little Danny C”) on acoustic rhythm guitar, “Big Al” Lemery on electric lead guitar, and Billy (“Slappin’ Billy B”) Bratcher on acoustic upright “slap” bass. The Boys are known region-wide for their dynamite energy and their high lonesome and hot rockin’ sound.
Admission is free; there will be food for sale by Almost Home Market and wine available by the glass. Bring lawn chairs or a picnic blanket if the weather’s nice. The Wine Down Friday series happens rain or shine — there’s room on the winery porch in the case of rain. No alcohol may be brought onto the grounds, and organizers ask that visitors leave their pets at home.

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