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Friends of Wakulla Springs State Park is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization. Wakulla Springs Drive, Wakulla Springs, FL 32327

For the Springs Virtual Speaker & Performance Series "Music on the Water"

  • Thursday, September 17, 2020
  • 7:00 PM - 8:00 PM
  • Virtual

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Sing For the Springs:  Hot Tamale presents "Music on the Water"

HOT TAMALE is Tallahassee's leading dual-kazoo, neo-vaudeville acoustic music ensemble, for great live music. They are chiefly known for their upbeat performances at festivals like Springtime Tallahassee and The Annual Swamp Stomp. They play a wide variety of musical genres, including gritty blues songs from early artists like Ma Rainey and Robert Johnson, jazzy thirties-era vaudeville tunes, vintage Hank Williams barn-burners, showy Motown classics, plus Hot Tamale’s own snappy original songs, melodic ballads, and folksy, comic showtunes—all presented with strut and style.

Join us for a lively time as Craig Reeder and Adrian Fogelin perform original tunes including "Wakulla Green" with other local favorites as they perform waterside from the dock at Wakulla Springs State Park.

Please register to receive your Zoom login credentials. (Note that participation is limited to the first 100 Zoom attendees.)

MORE ABOUT HOT TAMALE as an acoustic duo performing around the Big Bend for over 10 years with their unique and joyful brand of contemporary acoustic music. Adrian Fogelin is an award-winning author of young adult fiction, a writing coach, and operates a community food pantry. Craig Reeder is a retired accounting instructor at FAMU, and both are spirited entertainers. In addition to being “Tallahassee’s favorite duo” (according to local music legend Del Suggs), they co-write original songs that have gotten radio play all over the world, including a hit song that placed no. 1 on the IndieWorld Country Record Report in 2019.

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