Where Rock Ain't Dead, the Blues Live On, and Country Music will have you moving your feet!
Key Palace Theater 2019
Blues & Country Artists
Listen to the Blues & Country Artists
at the Key Palace Theater in 2019
Anthony Gomes & Stacy Mitchart
on the lawn at Key Palace
May 22, 2021
This show is LIVE out back so bring your lawn chairs!
Alcoholic Beverages and Food Available!
No outside drinks allowed.
Join us at the Key Palace Theater for a great night of Blues Rock with Anthony Gomes and Stacy Mitchhart!
Show starts at 7pm with Stacy Mitchhart taking the stage and will be followed by Anthony Gomes, a #1 Billboard Blues Artist.
Weather permitting, the show will be held outdoors so bring your chairs for a nice night of music and dancing under the stars!
Food and Drinks will be available!
This event is also in part to Celebrate the Life of John Runyon, who owned the Key Palace Theater and loved to bring music to all who attended the events! A small car show will be held from 2:00 - 4:00pm , weather, permitting, in his honor!
We hope to see all the familiar faces and new faces as Key Palace Theater hosts its first event in 2021!
About Anthony Gomes
Anthony Gomes, #1 Billboard Blues Artist, is a triple threat force as a guitarist, vocalist and songwriter. This, along with his high-energy shows and dynamic stage presence, make him one of the top draws on the Rock/Blues circuit today.
Gomes’ new record Peace, Love & Loud Guitars, named Best Blues Album of 2018 by Blues Rock Review and SoundGuardian Magazine, is the culmination of a life spent honoring Blues traditions while never losing sight of his own identity.
The Toronto born guitar slinger stands his ground as a creative artist and is eager to push the Blues back into the mainstream.
“My goal is to keep the Blues fresh, exciting and even dangerous," says Gomes. "I want to bring back the thrill longtime Bluesmen created in their day. At the same time, I think it’s very important for the music to grow and evolve.”
About Stacy Mitchhart
Stacy Mitchhart’s musical journey began in his native Cincinnati, Ohio, in a home where jazz guitar masters like Wes Montgomery and Johnny Smith were played on the stereo. Therefore it was natural that he gravitated to the six-string. As a child he saw the outrageous Little Richard on a TV show and was captivated by his showmanship. Little Richard looked and acted differently than anybody he had ever been exposed to. Today, Mitchhart has created his own brand of showmanship that brings audiences back again and again.
“I heard Springsteen, Zeppelin and Pink Floyd, but that stuff never moved me,” he recounts. “When I saw Bobby ‘Blue’ Bland and B.B. King, I knew what I wanted to do. Since then, my playing’s just gotten more focused and aggressive with time.” Another serious inspiration was Cincinnati guitarist and singer Frank Hedges, a musical preacher whose sons were also in Mitchhart’s first band. “He played guitar in a strange, almost drum like style, which taught me to concentrate on the groove.”