It’s more like hump day than payday, but as the Rev. Peyton’s Big Damn Band song goes, if you’ve got your money right, you can go out all night — and see the country-blues rockers outside at Harvester Performance Center.
As it has since starting its Harvester Outdoors Series to cope with the pandemic, the Rocky Mount venue has a set of protocols for you to follow, if you want to try to keep the coronavirus off you.
According to a FAQ on the venue’s website: The town farmers market, which faces the Harvester, is the stage setting. You’ll be physically distanced as you wait to get through the gates, and a staff member will take your temperature before you pass through. Within the venue’s outside boundaries, with space for up to 1,500, patrons will find a set of circular “pods” painted, to keep their groups away from others at the show. The venue asks that you bring and wear a mask, according to harvester-music.com/harvester-outdoors-faq. Get more information there.
The Rev. Joshua Peyton and his band of southern Indiana music-makers includes his wife, “Washboard Breezy” Peyton. The trio trucks in a gritty and high-energy brand of country-style blues.
Check out the video for the band’s single, “Poor Until Payday,” at bit.ly/revpeytonPoorTilPayDay.
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