Rooster’s Live Concert, Specials
Rooster’s Live Concert, Specials guaranteed to give you and your loved ones a great time.
On this day in history, in 1993, one second was added to the clock. So much can happen in a second. In addition to having an array of yummy specials, tonight we have a full on concert that’s free to the public: Mama’s Black Sheep plays live starting at 7pm! Don’t waste any more time, live a little!
A little about Mama’s Black Sheep:
“Mama’s Black Sheep is the musical collaboration of singer-songwriters Ashland Miller (guitar/vocals) and Laura Cerulli (drums/vocals). Touring together since 2008 and both veterans of the singer-songwriter circuit, Miller & Cerulli will make you feel like you’ve been listening to their music for years. On the heels of their well received 2010 debut recording Unmarked Highway, which was nominated for Best Debut Recording in 2010 by the Washington Area Music Assoc.(WAMA) along with the nomination of Mama’s Black Sheep for Best New Artist, comes Drivin’ On, the second release for Miller & Cerulli. “This project is for the fans” says Cerulli. “We wanted to create something interesting and fun that captures some of the energy from our live performances” adds Miller. Drivin’ On features nine originals and two covers, recorded at some of the duo’s favorite venues & festivals during 2011. Drivin’ On, typical of Mama’s Black Sheep, is an effortless blend of Blues, Country and Acoustic Rock. Miller & Cerulli are also joined on several tracks by accomplished Violinist Helen Hausmann, and throughout by Bassist and Recording Engineer Robin Elder.
Before Mama’s Black Sheep, Ashland toured for twelve years as part of the award-winning acoustic duo CommonbonD, releasing six CD’s, performing on The Nashville Network (TNN), and showcasing their music in over forty states as well as overseas. Ashland’s songwriting, harmonies, and creative musical arrangements have been shared on stage with talent such as John Mayer, Ritchie Havens, Catie Curtis, and Sophie B. Hawkins. Laura previously fronted her own band, Cerulean Groove. Since 2005 she has been touring nationally and internationally as a member of SONiA & disappear fear. Laura’s distinctive style has been appreciated everywhere from The Kerrville Folk Festival (TX), to The Barns at Wolftrap (VA), to the High Sierra Music Festival (CA), to The Red Roof Women’s Festival (Ontario), and even ‘down under’ at Woodford Folk Festival (AUS).
Together Miller and Cerulli create a unique tapestry of songs, weaving vibrant color and rich texture to create a dynamic conversation between guitar and percussion. Miller’s passionate voice will make you laugh, cry, feel inspired, and ultimately want more. And Bob Steel of Baltimore Out Loud writes “Cerulli opens her mouth and the world stands still as she wrings every drop of emotion out of the lyrics with her powerful, soaring voice, forged in the fire of the blues and tempered in the cool technique of her classical training.” Be sure to catch this duo somewhere…anywhere. You won’t be disappointed. Drive on.” —Excerpt from Mama’s Black Sheep’s Facebook page.
Support our local and hard working fishermen with Rooster’s July 1 Specials!
Not in the mood for seafood? Don’t worry, we have an array of southern favorites!
(Psst…our Hippie Chicken ‘N Waffles and 158 Pig Plate have been so popular).
Friday, July 01, 2016
Celebrate today with Outer Bank’s fresh seafood.
BLACKENED TUNA BITES served with lemon aioli 12
DAY BOAT SANDWICH
FLOUNDER POBOY lightly battered, served with lettuce, tomato,fresh cut potato straws with tartar sauce 12
LUNCH SPECIAL 11am-4pm
GRILLED WAHOO topped with lemon dill butter served with garlic smashed Yukon potatoes, broccolini 14
FRESH CATCH SPECIALS 4 – 10PM
GRILLED WAHOO topped with roasted tomato, basil, and orange relish served with rice pilaf, broccolini 22
CAJUN SEARED YELLOWFIN TUNA with pineapple mango salsa served with rice pilaf, sautéed summer squash 20
SEARED SCALLOPS served with NC Hoe cakes, broccolini,Applewood bacon vinaigrette 25
DAILY DRINK SPECIALS
$5 Beer Flights
Specials are made fresh daily. Quantities are limited. No Substitutions.
Want to learn a little more about our seafood industry? We recommend reading about an respected organization called Outer Banks Catch. Outer Banks Catch is an organization promoting and educating consumers about the numerous advantages of requesting seasonal, local seafood. Partners include commercial fishermen, restaurants, seafood dealers, seafood markets and suppliers throughout Dare, Hyde, Tyrell and Currituck Counties. Follow their initiative through their facebook page!