(MASON, OH) – Five incredibly talented acts will be performing at the Manor House of Blues concert April 16, 6:30-11:30pm at the Manor House (7440 S. Mason Montgomery Rd.) in Mason, Ohio. Acts include Sister Lucille, Jay Jesse Johnson Band, Erin Coburn, Micah Ian Kesselring and Willie Phoenix & the Soul Underground. The Manor Ballroom has seating for 450+ patrons, free parking, full bars and food concessions. Socially distanced seating will be in place, hand sanitizing stations will be setup and masks will be available at the door.
The Sister Lucille Band is a four-piece Blues and Roots band hailing from Southwest Missouri with 20 years of on-stage experience. Jay Jesse Johnson is an international touring blues-rock guitarist with more than 40 years in the music industry and has recorded on 25 albums, including 6 solo albums. Ohio native Micah Ian Kesselring is a 27-year-old award winning, international touring acoustic blues artist and 2020 International Blues Challenge Solo/Duo Finalist. Kentucky based Erin Coburn and her band make music that is primarily rock and heavily influenced by artists like The Black Keys, and Cage the Elephant. Whether he’s playing haunting blues, straight forward rock, garage band noise or psychedelic fusion – Willie Phoenix delivers. Born in Alabama and raised in Ohio, Willie’s career has spanned decades.
Tickets can be purchased through the links below. $20 in advance, $25 the day of the event. Tickets are limited so don’t hesitate and miss out on a great show. If you want to pay with PayPal use this link.
The newly built Courtyard by Marriott less than a mile from Manor House has a special group rate (33% off) for any guests wanting to stay the night in Mason. Reserve a room online or call 513-770-0071 and mention Manor House of Blues