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Poultry In Motion was formed a few years ago and hangs out at the Coop (The Society for Miscreant Musicians Music Hall on the North End of the Island) every Tuesday for rehearsal. The music swings around all kinds of styles from Country through Cajun to Rock.

Singer and multi-instrumentalist Steve Amsden (known as number one) brings his colossal knowledge of music to the group in many forms. Randy Bruce, local choral maestro, plays both piano and fiddle. Gib Dammonn, from the East Coast, is the drummer who has played with a number of unknown musicians from Virginia to Seattle. On bass, they have Doug 'rock star' Ringer, well-known bass player on the island. Dave Lang plays accordion, fiddle, and mandolin and is known as the patriarch of the local Cajun band Rip Tide Ramblers. Wilson Abbott brings his Dobro slide sound to the group. Last and least is that odd fellow Chris Anderson. No one in the group knows what he does. He just seems to show up and stand in one of the corners with a guitar on his head.
The only thing that can really be said about Poultry is that no one, especially the group itself, knows what songs will appear when they play….
Poultry In Motion will be celebrating Steve Amsden's birthday at this show and has invited some special guests to come perform...expect to experience some fun and hijinks for sure!
This show is an all-ages free cover show ‘til 11pm, then 21+ after that.