Labadie Station will be hosting yet another fabulous evening of Bluegrass music this Saturday, July 21, as Bull Harman & Bulls Eye takes the stage.
Bull Harman an outstanding flatpick guitarist and preservationist of the bluegrass tradition, leads this amazing group of musicians. A strong rhythm and lead acoustic guitar player yet with enough individuality to make him unique in a style all of his own would best describe Bull Harman.
Raised in a family that centered on bluegrass, Bull began playing the guitar at the age of 12 and along with his sister Lori on bass and his brother Mike on banjo they formed "The Harman Trio."
Bull has traveled with his family for the past 25 years, performances include several appearances on the Grand Ole Opry, Ernest Tubb's Midnight Jamboree, Nashville's Famous Station Inn, IBMA Awards Show, Silver Dollar City and numerous festivals and fairs from Florida to Colorado. Bull & his wife Tammy are driving forces behind Missouri Area Bluegrass Committee and the numerous festivals held year round.
“Bullseye” is made up of some of the Midwest’s most talented musicians; Tammy Harman, Hall Cottrell & Steve Cox. Their deep rooted ties to Bluegrass are sure to entertain and inspire.
Bull Harman & Bullseye will take the stage Saturday evening July 21st at 6pm (gate opens at 5pm) Bring your chairs or blankets and picnic baskets and coolers are welcomed. Tickets can be purchased at the Labadie Station Art & Antique Shop at 128 Front St., Labadie. For more information call 636-459-9143 or visit http://www.labadiestation.com