Taken from his website bio page –
“With a piercing gaze, Petunia looks into the collective soul of the audience, then launches into some high and lonesome vocals that conjure up the ghost of Jimmie Rodgers … Petunia defies convention and yet there is some conservancy to his music. His honest, cut to the heart songwriting and multi-syllabic narratives would leave a lesser singer tongue-tied and breathless. I know, I’ve tried it. One of the many themes running through Petunia’s lyrics relates to living life on one’s own terms – fearlessly and without regret…”
And doesn’t this description intrigue you?
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If you have not yet experienced Petunia for yourself be sure not to miss this opportunity. I first discovered him as a street busker during Harvest Jazz & Blues Festival singing Hank Williams Sr. songs and have been a fan ever since.
Doors open at 6:00pm for dinner. Kitchen closes and show starts at 7:30pm. $10 at the door.