The Deluge to bring blend of roots rock, soul to Trailblazer Park

TRAVELERS REST, S.C. – North Carolina-based The Deluge is set to bring their unique blend of roots rock and soul to Travelers Rest's Trailblazer Park on Saturday, June 28.

Merging the blues with funk, jam rock and an occasional jazz lick, the musically-diverse group features Brandon Knox on vocals/harmonica, Christopher Lord on guitar/keys/vocals, Daniel Seriff on guitar/vocals/mandolin, George Westberry on bass/vocals and Jonathan McMillan on drums/percussion.

Formed in 2010, the band has shared the stage with many of the top artists in music, including Delbert McClinton, Blues Traveler, Edwin McCain and Sam Bush.

The group's debut record, Cryin' on the Vine, features "Strange World," which won best R&B song of 2010 from the international John Lennon Songwriting Contest. Their second release, Elephant Graveyard, features the talents of Kofi Burbridge (Tedeschi/Trucks Band) and showcases the group's vast musical range.

Part of the inaugural Music in the Park series at the recently opened Trailblazer Park venue, the June 28 concert is free. Food vendors and the craft beer stand open at 6 p.m. The music starts at 7 p.m.

Trailblazer Park is located at 115 Wilhelm Winter St., accessible by Highways 25 and 276 as well as the GHS Swamp Rabbit Trail.

No pets, coolers or smoking are allowed at the Music in the Park events. Parking is free.

To view the Trailblazer Park Music in the Park series schedule and/or for more information about the venue, click here.

To learn more about The Deluge, visit their website here or find them on Facebook here.