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FoxFire Restaurant Complements Delicious Food With Live Entertainment

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In an effort to stand out from the competition, some high quality restaurants are beginning to offer live entertainment to heighten their dinner guests' enjoyment. At FoxFire in Geneva, a diverse and very talented lineup of live entertainers will grace the stage; here is a list of acts slated to perform from 7:00-10:00 pm during May 2019:

The Wind Gypsies will perform May 17th, offering tunes from almost every music genre; lead guitarist Nick Laramie is known for his rendition of Voodoo Child, and the group will cover songs by Stevie Ray Vaughn, Santana, the Rolling Stones, and ZZ Top, among others.

On May 18th, FoxFire will feature Mary Hunt, a duo consisting of Mary Hunt on vocals and Brandon Thies on guitar. They cover a variety of jazz, blues, and rock tunes. Mary is known for her amazing voice; her musical influences include Ella Fitzgerald, Billie Holiday, and Mary J. Blige.

Upcoming artist Tyler Krienitz will perform May 24th. This 27-year-old singer/songwriter from Chicago draws his influences from Bob Dylan, the Velvet Underground, and Leonard Cohen. He performs all over Chicago.

Make It A Double will perform May 25th; this unique duo, featuring Mark Frystak on vocals and guitar and Hayley Skreens on vocals and banjo, delights audiences with playing "jam" to "newgrass".

On May 31st, FoxFire welcomes Wally Swaitly, a talented artist and singer/songwriter. Swaitly has performed with Pat Monahan (lead singer of the band Train), has toured in Las Vegas, and has performed the national anthem at Wrigley Field. For more information about live entertainment offered at FoxFire Restaurant, please contact:

FoxFire Restaurant

17 W State St.

Geneva, IL 60134

630-232-1369

www.foxfiregeneva.com