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New eclectic music series coming to Elliott Museum

Elliott Museum to host eclectic music series
STUART, Fla. — The Elliott Museum will be hosting an eclectic music series featuring six different artists over a span of six months. The series, titled “Troubadour Sessions," will kick off on October 6 and will continue in 2022 on November 17 and December 22, and in 2023 on January 1, February 9 and March 9 at the museum, 825 NE Ocean Blvd., Stuart.
The series came about through a unique collaboration with Ron Hart of Earthtones, who is the former owner of Terra Fermata, an outdoor concert venue. The “Troubadour Sessions” is aptly named, according to Rob Steele president & CEO of the Historical Society of Martin County, which manages the Elliott Museum.
Steele said, “A troubadour is a class of lyric poets and poet-musicians, often of knightly rank, who flourished from the 11th to the end of the 13th century, chiefly in the south of France and the north of Italy — and whose central theme was courtly love. Admittedly, many of these acts will not evoke the essence of a 13th-century minstrel — but the music will always be sublime.”
All performances will begin at 7:30 p.m. The schedule features the following artists:
• October 6 - Alex Meixner - Celebrate Octoberfest with authentic Bavarian music by a Grammy-nominated Polka Hall of Fame Lifetime Achievement winner.
• November 17 - Ukulele Russ - Down from Alaska, Russ and his One Man Frontier Band will provide an evening of ukulele in a style all his own.
• December 22 - Professor Pennygoode’s Mighty Flea Circus - It’s a Rockabilly Christmas with the Rockabilly Rumble International Song Competition winners.
• January 1 - Flint Blade - Start the New Year with the ambient beats and grooves of the Chapman Stick, a 12-string guitar-on-steroids.
• February 9 - Ben Prestage - Ever heard anyone play a door or bedpan? Come and listen to this master of the diddly bow, cigar box, and anything else with strings.
• March 9 - Damon Fowler - Nominated for the 2022 Blues Rock Album BMA by The Blues Federation. From Tampa, known as one of the best singer/songwriters in Florida.
Seating is limited to 75 guests and admission is $20. Tickets are on sale now through the museum’s website, The museum’s new tiki hut will be open for dinner and drinks before each performance, and a full bar will be offered throughout the shows. For more information, visit the website, or call the Elliott Museum at 772-225-1961.

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