The Key West music scene continues to get better and better. One reason is the addition of more talent this past year. Henry Lysy Jr. is an excellent example of that added talent. Lysy and his wonderful wife Janine made a decision in early 2016 to move from Baltimore, Maryland to Key West. On March 1, 2016 they sold everything they owned, packed all of Henry’s gear and their beloved dog Leia into their Honda Civic, and made the move to our island.
Born in Washington D.C. a
Kim Jade Fry is an incredibly talented singer/songwriter, bassist, and guitarist. Fry made her way to Key West in May of 2016 from Washington DC. Fronting her funk band ‘The Good Thing’, Kim made her presence known as an exceptional bassists, band leader, vocalist, and performer.
Fry decided to stay in Key West to further pursue her career as a musician. As a bassist, she took it on herself to learn guitar so that she could work as a solo artist around town. This is a test
On Saturday and Sunday September 17 and 18, 2016, The 6th Annual Key West Musicians Festival was held to benefit Sister Seasons. The popular festival was held at Smokin Tuna Saloon here in Key West. This two day event featured a potpourri of Key West singer/songwriters and musicians. Music started each day at 2pm and went on until well past midnight. Day one featured the likes of Nick Norman, Derik Reay, James Whitehead, Daryl Brooke, Ray West, Dani Hoy, Key West Chris Rehm,