The Colonial Quarter is pleased to announce a special showing of ‘Local Honey’ – a documentary featuring many of St. Augustine’s favorite musicians. The brainchild of local Singer/Songwriter Amy Hendrickson, ‘Local Honey’ includes interviews with local historians regarding the past and present of music in St. Augustine while documenting 15 local performers gathered to create a collaborative album of original music.
“These 15 musicians are legitimately pushing their original craft all the time,” Hendrickson has said. “Some of them have been playing music in St. Augustine for more than 20 years.” She stresses, however, that the documentary is not just a spotlight on individuals – but a reflection of the St. Augustine Music Scene, “It’s a larger story.”
The film will be screened under the Colonial Oak on Friday, December 18. Doors open at 6:30PM. Before and after the film, the audience will be treated to live performances from film participants – including Lu Rubino, Chelsea Saddler, Bob Patterson, and Hunter Miller, among others.
Cost of admission to the event is $5.00 or a donation of a toy for the Betty Griffin House. Food and beverages will also be available for purchase at the venue. For further concerns or detail, please contact The Colonial Quarter via email (email@example.com) or telephone (904-342-2857).