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709 Washington Street, Durham, North Carolina 27701

Harvey Dalton Arnold Band / Mel Melton & the Wicked Mojos: In the Beer Garden 9/11/21

September 11, 2021  ·  Saturday * 7pm * $10 Advance / $15 Day of at the Door

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7pm  Harvey Dalton Arnold band
8:30pm Mel Melton & the Wicked Mojos

Harvey Dalton Arnold is a North Carolina bred southern gentleman who took to the musical road in his teens. While playing bass for a band in Florida, he received an offer to audition for the now legendary southern rock group The Outlaws on a Saturday night. By the following Saturday, he already had a stadium gig under his belt opening for Johnny Winter and Lynyrd Skynyrd. He toured extensively and participated on classic albums with The Outlaws from 1976 through 1980. Always having a love for the blues, Harvey’s first solo release was a blues album. His brand new effort “Stories To Live Up To” on Music Maker Recordings is a collection of songs and stories that showcase his writing and influences.

Mel Melton & the Wicked Mojos
Zydeco Cajun fun! Let the good times roll and roll and roll with Mel Melton & the Wicked Mojos.

MEL MELTON, on what was intended to be a brief visit to Lafayette LA in the early ’70s turned out to be a life-changing experience. There he met, played with and forged lasting relationships with Sonny Landreth and Cheniers Clifton, Cleveland and CJ. After a long stint with Bayou Rhythm, Mel took time off from the music rat-race to concentrate on a chef career (another facet developed and sharpened from the early Lafayette days). 1990 found him back in NC and back at music, having formed the first edition of The Wicked Mojos.

NOTE: Our Beer Garden seating is limited, so if you’re coming to hear music, grab your pop-up chairs and make your own socially-distanced seating in the parking lot.We do not take reservations, all seating is first come first served. We recommend arriving 1 hour before show time with your party to avoid a wait. Due to staffing issues waits and food times may be longer than usual. Thank you for your patience.

You need a mask to enter and move around inside the building.