Jam-Flo and the Formula (JF&F) will make their debut Northern Neck appearance at 6 p.m. Saturday, August 11, on the Music by the River stage at Belle Isle State Park, 1632 Belle Isle Road, Lancaster.
JF&F was formed in 2017, the joint vision of guitarist Jeff Tabor and drummer Clyde Rogers, reported Amanda Dunbar Rogers. These two musicians met through mutual friends in the Northern Neck, and quickly found their shared desire to start up a classic rock-n-roll band. Their search yielded three more rockers: guitarist Johnny Ruehrmund, bassist Ben Barnes and lead vocalist James Poe. Barnes retired his bass strings in July, opening the door for Chris Grigg to enter JF&F’s sound stage.
Picnics are welcome and there will be supervised activities for the children. A limited number of picnic tables will be available. Bring lawn chairs or blankets.
The show is free; however, there is a $4 parking fee payable at the park entrance. There will be free popcorn. Cold soft drinks and bottled water will be available for a minimal price.
The annual series is sponsored by Friends of Belle Isle State Park with support from Atlantic Broadband; Bay FM 101.7; Chesapeake Bank; Commonwealth Senior Living of Farnham and Kilmarnock; Dehnert, Clarke & Co. PC; Eugene Duffer Foundation; Rappahannock Record; River Country 107.5; Sonabank; Tri-Star Supermarket; Wealth Planning Solutions, Robert E. Walker; WIGO Country, WRAR 105.5 and WNND Windy 103.9.
In the event of rain, the show may be moved to a nearby venue, or cancelled. Call the park, 462-5030….