Burley Boys musicians play at Burley lounge Aug. 19

Mark Moore (left) and Kyle MacConnell are known as The Burley Boys, who play a mix of acoustic and electric music. They will play at Port Orchard’s New Way Vapor Lounge, 1551 Way SE.                                Courtesy photo

Mark Moore (left) and Kyle MacConnell are known as The Burley Boys, who play a mix of acoustic and electric music. They will play at Port Orchard’s New Way Vapor Lounge, 1551 Way SE. Courtesy photo

BURLEY — Mark Moore and Kyle MacConnell, otherwise known as The Burley Boys, will play their eclectic acoustic-electric music on Saturday, Aug. 19, at the New Way Vapor Lounge, 1551 Way SE, in Port Orchard.

Show time is 7 p.m. There is no cover charge. All minors attending the concert must depart at 11 p.m.

Since their initial meeting while jamming together on the Bremerton ferry two years ago, Moore and MacConnell have become fast musical partners and companions. They share a passion for collecting songs. The two report that their total musical study time is 77 years.

While The Burley Boys normally play a selection of blues, Americana, folk, old time, Celtic and original tunes at their monthly Second Sunday Night engagements, on Aug. 19 they will feature an edgier, classic and modern rock mix, as well as stomping Irish jigs and driving blues improvisation.

The two musicians are known for their talents playing the violin, 12-string guitar, ukulele, National steel guitars, standard dreadnoughts and harmonicas.

For more information, contact Moore at 360-204-9826 or email markjmoore54@hotmail.com.

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