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Hallelujah! Blues back at the Fountain

Surprise restaurant welcomes band again

Posted 10/5/20

I and J Fountain Restaurant in Surprise welcomes back the Hallelujah Blues Band, who will play from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. Friday, Aug. 16.

I and J Fountain is at 12221 W. Bell Road.

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ENTERTAINMENT

Hallelujah! Blues back at the Fountain

Surprise restaurant welcomes band again

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I and J Fountain Restaurant in Surprise welcomes back the Hallelujah Blues Band, who will play from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. Friday, Aug. 16.

I and J Fountain is at 12221 W. Bell Road, Surprise.

Originally starting in 1997 as Wilby Dunn, the band changed its name to The Hallelujah  Blues Band in 2007. The combo features Patrick Veit (guitar, lead vocals, Michael Caruso (bass, background vocals) and Robert Lowman (drums).

Due to limited seating reservations are required by calling 623-583-1222.

The Hallelujah Blues Band is a power rock band based in Phoenix that performs a variety of  blues, rock ’n roll, gospel and originals. They list Stevie Ray Vaughan, B.B. King, Chuck Berry, Eric Clapton and Jimi Hendrix among their influences.

The band plays everywhere from night clubs to restaurants, private parties, and even Harley Davidson dealerships. They also serve the community by performing at fundraisers, charities, churches, ministry events and a variety of other venues.

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