Funky Blues and Classic Rock

Bent Rymn will perform at the Shady Rest Saturday, Feb 2

The Shady rest will have some funky blues and classic rock this Saturday night. The group Bent Rymn is made up of Sherry-lynn Blanchard, Ron Stewart and Brad Kent.

Blanchard fronts the band as the singer and base player, with great vocals reminiscent of Janis Joplin. She can really belt out a rock song, and can also sing a ballad that’ll touch your heart. Stewart is amazing on guitar, and is practically a show himself. He doesn’t just play, he entertains with that guitar, sometimes walking the room to play up close and personal with the crowd! Kent on drums keeps the dance beat going. Bent Rymn is a crowd pleaser, filling the dance floor, and keeping people tapping their feet and singing along to familiar tunes.

 

—Submitted by Rosalee Sullivan

 

 

 

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