ENTERTAINMENT

BuckGuyz head back to I & J Fountain Sept. 18

Posted 9/9/20

Longtime Buckeye residents Steve Russell and Tom Fante have combined musical forces to create a variety duo called The BuckGuyz.

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ENTERTAINMENT

BuckGuyz head back to I & J Fountain Sept. 18

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Longtime Buckeye residents Steve Russell and Tom Fante have combined musical forces to create a variety duo called The BuckGuyz.

For the past 18 months, The BuckGuyz performed at various restaurants, clubs, retirement and RV communities in the Valley.

The BuckGuyz will return to the I & J Fountain Restaurant, 12221 W. Bell Road, to perform from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. Friday, Sept. 18.

Russell plays acoustic and electric guitars, Fante plays bass, and both sing both lead and harmony vocals. They have a robust sound that uses their custom drum/keyboards backing tracks that Russell creates in his home studio.

The BuckGuyz have an extensive songlist including covers of artists such as George Strait, Glenn Campbell, Bob Seger, Elvis Presley and many more.

Always the crowd-pleaser, The BuckGuyz continue to provide a mix of popular country, easy listening and classic pop/rock songs for the patrons at the I & J Fountain.

Performances are always open ot the public. Due to limited seating, reservations are required.

I & J Fountain Restaurant is on the  southeast corner of Bell and El Mirage roads behind the Chevron Station.

Contact Izabela Kozlowski at 623-583-1222, or email izabelak.iandj@gmail.com.

For information, visit the band's website.

All social distancing guidelines are followed and masks are required upon entering the restaurant.

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