It's drinkinbuddy at Waterwheel Café

| 29 Sep 2011 | 08:46

June 9 as part of Milford Music Festival Weekend MILFORD - Roots rock and Americana music band drinkinbuddy will perform at the Waterwheel Café on Friday June 9 at 8:30 p.m. as part of Milford’s Music Festival weekend. During the festival weekend in 2004, drinkinbuddy appeared at the Waterwheel to a sellout crowd and another capacity evening is expected for this time out. The band performs a unique blend of original and classic songs from the roots of American music ranging from Merle Haggard and Jonny Cash to the Blasters and Steve Earle . The band is comprised of Jim Treutlein (guitar & vocals), Joe Perricone (keyboards & vocals), Dan Uttedorfer (drums & vocals) and Mike Smith (harmonica & mandolin). Members of drinkinbuddy have preformed in bands featuring Rick Danko (of the Band), Laural Aitken, Happy and Artie Traum, John Herald, Cindy Cashdollar (Asleep at the Wheel, Van Morrison), amongst others. Joining them on bass and vocals for this performance is Debbie Novak, who has shared the stage with country star Martina McBride and supergroup the Flatlanders, and guitar wizard John Irizarry, a stalwart of the New York City music scene. Frontman Jim Treutlein is touring behind his most recent solo release, “Couldn’t Shake It If I Tried”, which features support from many of the drinkinbuddy members. Performing together for almost 20 years, drinkinbuddy presents an upbeat and danceable blend of American roots music that features three part harmonies and an exceptionally tight instrumental prowess. The Waterwheel Café is on of the areas most unique performance spaces providing a comfortable, intimate music experience within the beautiful environment of 150 year old working millhouse. The Waterwheel features an eclectic, gourmet full dinner menu as well as snacks at their world class bar. Reservations for this show are recommended. If you go: drinkinbuddy- Friday June 9, 2006 Water Wheel Cafe The Upper Mill 150 Water Street Milford , PA 570-296-2383 8:30 p.m. -12:30 a.m. $5 entertainment charge