Griffith Indiana Presents 
  Broad Street Blues and BBQ Festival

  Broad Street Blues and BBQ Festival



                    Dates June 30th, July 1st and 2nd 2017                                                    Admission is free  



Friday June 30th


5:30pm - Satisfaction

The band was originally the brain child of Tyrone Baker, the founder and composer of the group. After the songs where written in 2016 and the concept completed, Tyrone, invited David Flowers Jr. to bring beauty and even more structure to the project.

After that Mr. Flowers, was task with picking vocalist from the many artist, he has on his list that he directs or supports in many ways.

Mr. Flowers chose Ms. Keya Sandi Trammell, aka (GIFTEDKEYS) and Mr. Daryl Reed, aka (The Doctor)…

The Band is named


featuring Keya Trammell & Daryl Reed

Keya Trammell: Lead & background vocals, writer of female vocal part on ‘Treat Me Right’

Daryl Reed: Lead & background vocals, writer of parts of lead and background vocals on all songs.David flowers Jr: Keyboards Band director. All keyboards, synths, arranging, studio engineer, mastering, background vocals and general support.

Tyrone Baker: Bass Guitar Ty b Productions, writer, publisher, composer. All keyboards, synths, arranging, studio engineer, mastering, background vocals and general support.

7:00PM- Johnny Cash Sings some Blues/ w Terry Lee Goffee

Born in Cambridge, Ohio to Tom, and Norma Goffee and raised in the nearby rural community of Byesville, my early years were an amalgam of normal childhood joys, activities, dreams and concerns interspersed with lengthy periods of solitude and silent contemplation. The eldest of three children, perhaps the greatest pleasures were found in the frequent visits to the farm of my Grandparents. Music was always present in our home. Two cousins played guitar while my aunt played piano and sang in the church. In addition, an uncle formed a band and, when in town, would play his guitar and sing all afternoon at my Grandparent’s farm. Occasionally, I would take an old broom handle (my guitar) and a tin can (microphone) and accompany him or, during special events, give a solo performance. Music became my life’s goal and filled the majority of each day. I began to listen and practice every conceivable style and format with an intensity and fervency found only in youth, becoming proficient at an early age. 
In 1979, I was residing in Fort Lauderdale, Florida pursuing a career in country music. As lead singer of a very successful country band, it would seem that I would achieve the desires of my heart and reach those goals which had been established so many years ago. What some would call an epiphany would however change the direction of my career and my dreams forever. I spent a great deal of time reading and studying the Bible and it had a profound effect on my life. I left the band and devoted the next 18 years of my life to sharing God’s good news of salvation through Jesus Christ in churches, nursing homes, auditoriums, theaters, campgrounds, etc. I logged hundreds of thousands of miles over the years and met many pastors, singers, songwriters, musicians and laypersons that I still count among my friends today. Together we saw lives changed and hearts and bodies healed. I still have many opportunities each year to share the message of hope, peace and love through my Gospel music concerts and albums. Eventually, I came full circle and began to mix some country music shows in with the gospel concerts. Most recently we have put together a tribute show to one of my musical heroes and influences, Johnny Cash.
A bio such as this can succeed only in delivering cold, hard facts. To really discover who a person is one must examine the totality of their life and work.

9PM- Elvis sings some Blues- Shawn Klush

Born and raised in the small coal-mining town of Pittston, Pennsylvania, Shawn’s love for music led him to begin imitating his musical idol, Elvis Presley.  He performed in the famous Poconos region followed by a tour of Canada where he entered and won the $5,000.00 prize in the “Worldwide Elvis Competition” in Montreal.  This caught the attention of the award winning Las Vegas show, “Legends in Concert” where for many years he starred as ‘Elvis’ in their Myrtle Beach, Las Vegas, Branson and Atlantic City show rooms.  Each January he stars in the “Elvis Birthday Tribute Tour”, an extravaganza with Elvis’ own musicians, singers, and friends, in major venues in multiple cities.
Shawn has released 5 CDs. He has performed with Elvis’ closest friends, musicians and singers such as JD Sumner and the Stamps Quartet, The Jordanaires, The Imperials, DJ Fontana, Charlie Hodge, Jerry Scheff, The Sweet Inspirations, Joe Guercio, Jerry Schilling and Joe Esposito. He portrayed Elvis in the hit TV miniseries “Shake, Rattle and Roll” which aired on CBS and VH1. 

On Elvis’ 70th Birthday, Shawn became grand champion at the $25,000.00 “World Elvis Tribute Artist Competition”. He then received “The Peoples Choice Award” from Gibson Guitar Co in Nashville for “Best Concert Elvis”. Shawn was then named the “World’s Greatest Elvis” by 6.5 million international viewers on BBC1 Television in the United Kingdom. Finally, on August 16th, on the 30th anniversary of Elvis’ passing, Shawn was named the ‘First Ever’ “Ultimate Elvis Tribute Artist” by Elvis Presley Enterprises in Memphis TN.Shawn has record breaking performances in the US,  Switzerland, Canada Australia, the UK and South America. He was named "Worldwide Ambassador of Elvis" at the Las Vegas Hilton where he headlines the annual the Las Vegas Elvis Fest, celebrating Elvis’ historic Las Vegas Performances.

Shawn was a featured performer on the Late Show with David Letterman performing to over 5 million viewers with the entire CBS Orchestra on Network Television and in 2016 will portray Elvis in the new HBO series called Vinyl produced by Martin Scorsese and Mic Jagger.
Shawn Klush is “The Closest Thing to the King in Concert”