Mingo Lodge and Sam Magill to perform at Eddies Roadhouse on June 15

| 30 Sep 2011 | 09:44

Warwick — Mingo Lodge, guitarist, singer/songwriter and driving force behind the band Big Boss Sausage, will join forces with Sam Magill, guitarist and singer for the Pacifists of Fury at Eddies Roadhouse, a new tavern/ grille on Main Street in Warwick on Wednesday, June 15. Lodge and Magill have toured together from Canada to Key West five times in a converted school bus. They have also played a variety of venues from a gas station in Wantage, N.J. to the 25th anniversary Woodstock Reunion in Bethel. Organizers said when they get together their live shows are filled with a mix of high energy, emotion, franticness, humor, and swirling melodies. Their constant performing and crowd engaging shows have secured a large and enthusiastic fan base. When not working together, they are busy fronting their own bands. They have collaborated on two full length CD’s and have enjoyed a recent surge of radio play. Their latest CD was recorded by legendary engineer Dwayne “D2” Sumal, who has worked with such artists as Kid Rock, Charlie Watts, Ron Wood, Busta Rhymes, and Naughty by Nature. His mark can be heard on the classic tune “Down with OPP.” To learn more, call 986-7623 or visit www.eddiesroadhouse.com or wwwbigbosssausage.com.