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Live Music

From Nashville, Asbury Park, and right here in Southwest Florida, discover amazing musicians live on the Macaw Stage. Scroll below to learn more about our musicians.



Band Nights


Fridays & Saturdays in February & March- The Bruce Maclean Trio

Saturdays in April- The Sonny Kenn Band

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Live Music Schedule


Sonny Kenn

Sonny Kenn is a legendary Jersey Shore Icon with a career spanning over 40 years. 

Sonny is known by fans and musicians (like his buddy Bruce Springsteen) as a singer, song writer, guitar player and one of the original inspirations for the “Jersey Sound.” Sonny may be known for his music, but is also leaving his mark on the art world, through his unique and captivating creations.

Sonny Kenn's blend of Asbury Park blues and rockabilly has traveled the country and the caliber of this accomplished musician can't be overstated. You do not want to miss this set!

Click here to learn more about Sonny's musical chops.


Frank Corso

Wednesday Nights 6:30-9:30

Frank Corso is an award-winning fine artist and musician. You'd be hard-pressed to name which he excels at most. Frank was the recipient of three awards at the New Hampshire guitar competition for three consecutive years and we're thrilled to have his unique country blues back on the Macaw Stage. Frank has played solo shows all over the Northeast, the South, Colorado and Italy. Over the years, he's opened shows or shared the stage with such notable musicians as Taj Mahal, Dave Van Ronk, David Bromberg, John Hammond, Elizabeth Cotten, Pat Donahue, Brownie McGhee and Sonny Terry, Jimmie Dawkins, Dan Hicks, J Geils band, Nickolette Larson, good friends Paul Geremia, Paul Rishell, Richard Smith and John Mooney, among many others.

From Frank: 

"On guitar, it has always been early Country blues and Ragtime fingerstyle guitar focusing on the styles of people like Robert Johnson, Blind Blake, Reverand Gary Davis,Tampa Red and others. On banjo, I have focused on the early Southern Clawhammer styles, particuarly West Virginia and Roundpeak style Banjo. On the Ukulele, I seem to be stuck playing a lot of the Tin Pan Alley music and tunes I heard growing up."

Bruce Maclean Trio
Fridays & Saturdays in February & March

A longtime staple of the Cape Cod music scene running his own studio and performing at the Beachcomber, Woodshed, and other landmark Rock'n'Roll venues, Bruce built his Naples bonafides during standing-room only sets at The Continental on Third Street.

With an encyclopedic knowledge of rock and how to work with a crowd, Bruce's shows are like a mini Madison Square Garden. Rolling Stones, Grateful Dead, Bowie and more, you won't find another performance like this in SWFL. 


Kelly Neff

Kelly Neff brings a uniqueness to the stage with a commanding presence and engaging performances. Her original music is heartfelt and covers a wide spectrum of blues, folk, funk, and rock, added to creative arrangements of cover songs to deliver a memorable show in any setting.

Her About Face earned her the SSA's Songwriter of the Year for 2016 and 2019. She has opened for several national acts, including Melissa Etheridge, Keb Mo, JJ Grey, Kellie Pickler, Ronnie Milsap, Livingston Taylor, The Wallflowers, Marty Stuart, and Fastball. She's currently working on recording an album in Nashville with Grammy-award winning producers.



It's all about having fun with "Konnie". Yacht Rock staples meet classic rock and everything in between. On guitar, Konnie plays a mix of hits from the 60's, 70's, 80's, and today like those from James Taylor, Jimmy Buffet, and the Beatles.

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