September 30th – Glen Delpit and the Subterraneans

[custom_frame_left]Glen Delpit at ApCal[/custom_frame_left]Bring your Dancin’ Shoes!!! Nuff said! Glen and the Boys will bring their dancin’, groovin’ Blues sounds to the ApCal stage for the final Friday Night LIVE concert of the season! These guys drew a crowd of 400+ the last time they graced the patio stage, so gather up your friends and get here early! Don’t miss the last FREE concert of the season!

Doors open at 6pm – Music from 7-10pm • Admission is FREE
Great food, ice cold beer and plenty of fine local wine • Pet friendly for friendly pets – bring clean-up supplies
Bring your own lawn chair – limited seating provided
21 yrs & older only – NO OUTSIDE ALCOHOL

Glen and The Sub’s

[custom_frame_right]Glen Delpit performs at ApCal[/custom_frame_right]Recently named musician/ band of the year in Fresno Magazine’s online poll, Glen Delpit and the Subterraneans specialize in Bluesy American Roots Music. They employ bits of Blues, Folk, Rock and Country in a driving sound that is all original in content. They have been performing for nearly a quarter of a century, opening for and backing up such notables as Bo Diddley, The Fabulous Thunderbirds, Leon Russell, Dave Alvin, Booker T. and countless others.

Born in New Orleans, living in California, Glen Delpit has been mining the roots of American Music for more than 35 years. His original songs have been described as literate and poetic and can take their place with the finest American songwriters. His music also covers a wide spectrum of pre-war blues from Willie McTell to Robert Johnson. He has opened for many American Music legends such as John Lee Hooker, Leon Russell, Brownie McGhee, Pinetop Perkins, Katie Webster and many, many others.

Glen Delpit and The Subterraneans have three cds out on the Dharma Brand label.

  • Lean Times in the Land of Plenty
  • Sleepin’ Late on Judgement Day
  • Blue Deep, Wine Red

He also has three critically acclaimed solo cds out on the Dharma Brand label.

  • Catfish River Lullaby
  • Moon Goin’ Down
  • High Water Everywhere