Wry Toast to bring high energy, country-rock


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WHO: Wry Toast.
WHEN: 8 p.m., July 19.
WHERE: The Music Lounge, High Point Golf Club, 342 Lake Shore South, Montague.
HOW MUCH: Free.
FOR MORE INFORMATION: 973-552-9135 or www.liveathighpoint.com.

Wry Toast plays high energy, country-rock music with songs that include three and four part harmony vocals, (all seven members sing) a fiddle, mandolin, duel lead electric guitars all backed by bass and drumming.

Wry Toast will be performing at High Point Golf Club's The Music Lounge on July 19 at 8 p.m. Free admission.

Wry Toast is a diverse musical concoction including country, rock, rockabilly, bluegrass, western-swing, folk-pop and musical influences such as the Eagles, Poco, New Riders, the Band, the Beatles, Bill Monroe, the Allman Brothers, James Taylor and Asleep at the Wheel.

The band members have, in previous musical settings, shared the stage with Ricky Skaggs, Poco, John David Souther, Bruce Springsteen, Dave Mason, Patti Smith and Christopher Cross.

Band members
Fiddle/guitar/banjo/vocalist Gary Oleyar has toured with Loggins and Messina and Bob Seger.

Singer/songwriter/guitarist Brian McArdle has played such venues as the PNC Art Center, the Waldorf Astoria in NYC, the Bluebird Café in Nashville, TN and has had his original songs cut by artists in the US, Europe and Australia.

Bass player/vocalist Walt Super was a part of the seminal North Jersey country-rock band, Hange Range, a band that was scouted and recorded by Cashman and West.

Guitarist/mandolin player/pedal steel guitarist/vocalist Tom Delaney has been the fluid instrumental force for a number of Jersey’s top country-rock and southern rock bands.

Nanette Beatty-McArdle has added her pristine, sweet voice to the highest reaches of many three-part harmony vocals.

Drummer Alan Jax Bowers plays shows with Jimmy Buffett's lead guitarist, Peter Mayer.

Kate McArdle, has a voice that is pure magic. From tender ballads to foot stompin’ rockabilly Kate’s power and presence light up the stage.

Live! at High Point is the live music subsidiary of High Point Golf Club. With four rooms including the Blue Heron Bar, The Music Lounge, The Ballroom and the Lakeview Patio, Live! offers a variety of music acts from Jazz to Blues to Pop, Rock and Country. High Point has a menu ranging from American inspired classics, a world-class sushi chef and pub food at the bar.

High Point Golf Club is located at 342 Lake Shore South in Montague. For more information contact 973-552-9135 or www.liveathighpoint.com.


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