“Rock with Attitude” from JED Eye Band
Mountain Valley Arts Council will host the JED Eye band on Thursday, October 6th from 6:30 – 8:30 PM at Errol Allan Park in downtown Guntersville. Bring your fans, folding chairs, and friends. Concessions and door prizes will available, and several downtown restaurants will stay open so you can pick up box dinners as the concert starts.
JED Eye is certainly no stranger to Guntersville. JED Eye’s five talented musicians keep audiences on their feet rocking to everything from 3 Doors Down to Pearl Jam to Tom Petty and ZZ Top. Their performances personify their motto, “We play Rock with an attitude”.
JED Eye’s Todd Blass leads the band with his powerful vocals. The rhythm section keeps the heartbeat of the band going with Johnny Heflin on drums and Jimmy Goodson on the bass guitar. Lisa Williams brings her vocals and electric guitar playing to add to the rhythm-pumping, full steam ahead rock band. And finally, JED Eye’s lead guitar player, Todd Aure, who wails on lead guitar with his own style of off-the-chart riffs, is endorsed by Paul Reed Smith Guitars and has toured with various artists throughout the US.
The JED Eye band is all about playing classic and 90s Rock that makes the audience want to sing along, dance, and smile.
If rain occurs, the concert will be moved indoors to Guntersville Town Hall on Blount Avenue. If relocating the concert occurs, the change will be posted on MVAC’s Facebook page and MVAC’s website, mvacarts.org.
This Fall concert series is free to the public because it is funded by public donations, generous MVAC members and corporate sponsors, Alabama State Council on the Arts, City of Guntersville, Citizens Bank & Trust, and Walker & White Builders.