By Terry Baylor
For The Daily Item
Today, Spyglass Ridge Winery is hosting the first of its Backyard Concerts of the season. It’s a double bill rock-n-roll night out. Get The Led Out, a Led Zeppelin tribute band from the Philadelphia area, and Kevin Chalfant’s Journey Experience with Hybrid Ice are the headliners. Tickets are still available online for $35. The website is www.spyglassridgewinery.com
Spyglass Ridge Winery is located at 105 Carroll Road, Sunbury. It’s a beautiful venue with the winery, vineyard and pond as the backdrop. They do allow campers up on the hill (no hookups). Gates open at 4 p.m. and the show begins at 6 p.m. It is an all-weather event. Currently the forecast only calls for scattered t-storms.
Spyglass Ridge wines will be available for sale. The Sunbury Elks will be selling Old Forge Brewing Co. beer and Yuengling. No alcoholic beverages may be brought in to the venue. Canopies are allowed but only in the perimeter of the seating area.
Ann Kerstetter and her Cronies will be performing her hot blues and sultry licks at Sunbury’s new amphitheater along the river. The show will be from 6:30-8 p.m. The 86 Band will be at McGuigan’s Pub in Sunbury from 6:30-8:30.
Sucker Punch will be at the Milton Eagles’s Beach Party from 8-11 p.m. Deuce will be at Ye Olde Meeting Place on 405 just north of Milton starting at 9:30.
Chicken Tractor will be playing at Cherry Alley cafe, on Third Street in Lewisburg from 7-9. Brandon Barnhart is playing at the Smiling Chameleon located at 235 Market St. in Lewisburg. At Vic’s Pub, Route 45 west of Lewisburg, you will find Kimbo and Bryan playing from 6:30-8:30.
The Frank Wicher Band is back from Nashville where they performed at Antique Archeology with Pages of Paul. They will be at the Angus Inn in Hughesville from 8-11. The Angus is located at 5253 Route 220, Hughesville.
In Duncannon, Tubby’s has a triple bill scheduled: Penterra, Shizm and Vatillaca. The music starts at 9 p.m.
Please send news about music and venues to Terry Baylor (email@example.com) by 5 p.m. on Monday for inclusion in Thursday’s “Now Here This.” Photos always welcome.