(July 22, 2016) – On Saturday, July 23, Twelve Moons Coffee House in Salisbury, CT will host a special event featuring The Regulators, four veterans of the Connecticut music scene, with a repertoire consisting of roots rock, country and Americana. The event will begin at 7:30 PM and will celebrate the band’s release of their latest CD, ‘One of These Days’.

The band’s eclectic mix of original and cover material and tight performances have garnered them an ever-growing fan base. The Regulators consist of Marty Carlson (Guitar/Vocals/Songwriter), Jonathan Lichtig (Drums/Cardboard Box), Roger Cannavaro (Bass/Vocals), and Mark Louis Miller (Guitars/Vocals/Songwriter).

The Regulators repertoire features material by some of the best songwriters active today, such as Randy Weeks, Bruce Robinson, Jim Lauderdale, Paul Kelly, Buddy & Julie Miller, Shawn Mullins, Kelly Willis, Delbert McClinton, Rodney Crowell, Stephen Bruton, Big Al Anderson, Dave Alvin, Bill Kirchen, Robert Earl Keen and Casey Chambers. Mixed in are The Regulators own roots-inspired original songs combined with covers by well know artists such as Bob Dylan, Hank Williams, George Jones, Neil Young, The Byrds, Patsy Cline, Junior Brown, The Traveling Willburys, Lucinda Williams, Robert Cray, The Rolling Stones, John Fogerty and Steve Earl.

To listen to The Regulators:

This is a Special Event at Twelve Moons Coffee House which is usually held on the first Saturday of each month, at St. John’s Church (back door entrance) 12 Main St., Salisbury. A donation is requested to help cover expenses.

For more information, contact Weather permitting, the event will be held outdoors.