The Bugs Beddow Band plays trombone-driven party blues & funk – hot, danceable, rockin’ rhythm & blues that delivers plenty of vocals, horns, and dancing. Things really get cookin’ with an excellent vocal blend atop rockin’ blues rhythms and a sparkling horn section that is punctuated by searing electric guitar work.
July 30: Bugs Beddow Band
Bugs, aka Doug, has been performing around Metro Detroit for over 40 years. A former West Bloomfield educator, he has worked all over S. E. Michigan teaching music education. Doug has won numerous music awards over the years for his performances from Gospel to Blues. He has been a favorite performer for our Friday Night Music Series in Milford.
Bugs Beddows and the Good Stuff band will be performing July 30 @ 7:00 pm at the Center Street Gazebo, downtown Milford.
If inclement weather, the performance will be moved to the Milford Presbyterian Church on Liberty and Main St. Milford.
Friday, May 28
Young Nashville artist opens 2021 Friday Night Live concert series
Lisa Mary, a 23-year-old award-winning singer, songwriter and Nashville recording artist who’s been turning heads in the country music world, will open the Friday Night Live Music Series in Center Street Park on Main Street in downtown Milford from 7-9 p.m. May 28.
Noted for her powerful voice, honest music and her electric stage performance, the country singer was 16 when she put out “Shades of Blue”; she earned an award for the single “Tie Her Down,” which she accepted at the Rose Bowl in Pasadena, CA.
Since then, she’s toured the nation, opening for major country artists including Toby Keith, Chris Young, LOCASH, Uncle Kracker, Eric Paslay, Love & Theft, Drew Baldridge, Jackie Lee, Jason Michael Carroll, and more.
The series features three other performances, all of which take place on Fridays from 7-9 p.m. The Cass Saxophone Quartet plays June 25. Friday Night Live welcomes back The Bugs Beddow Band July 30. Tentatively, Pam Jaslove also returns to the stage with “Jazz in the D” August 27.
Milford Downtown Development Authority and Huron Valley Council for the Arts jointly present the popular Friday Night Live Concert Series; the concert will take place rain or shine. In the event of inclement weather, the concert will move into the nearby Milford Presbyterian Church. Based in western Oakland County, Huron Valley Council for the Arts is committed to working with and supporting activities of established and aspiring visual and performing artists and organizations located in and around western Oakland County.
FRIDAY NIGHT LIVE – MEET ME IN MILFORD
Next up July 30:
The Bugs Beddow Band plays Trombone Driven Party Blues & Funk – Hot, Danceable, Rockin’ Rhythm & Blues that delivers plenty of Vocals, Horns, and Dancing. Things really get cookin’ with an Excellent Vocal Blend atop Rockin’ Blues Rhythms and a Sparkling Horn Section that is punctuated by searing electric guitar work.