Whether it’s a soulful guitar or upbeat notes on the harmonica, Tray Eppes uses his unique blues style to get his listeners up and dancing. He released his popular albums “It’s No Act” and “Living on the Heights” to critical acclaim, all while operating a pottery studio in Prince Edward County. Eppes will debut new songs from his upcoming album, “Doin’ What We Can,” when he performs at Ashland Coffee and Tea on Friday, July 29, at 8 p.m. $8. 798-1702.
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