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11
May
Saturday

Nmbr11 at the ACMA with Bill Veach opening

May 11 @ 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
$10 - $15.00

NMBR11 (pronounced Number-Eleven) is an international act created by artists Bernard Bulhack and Yeshiva Lex. The band was born on May 11th 2012 after Bernard and Yeshiva met while joining a blues project. Their interest in other genres drove them to branch off to create a duo and eventually full band as well. They are double 2017 Global Music Awards Winners in the Duo/band category and for their song “Please Forgive Me.”

Born and raised in South America (Chile and Venezuela), coming to the US over decade and a half ago, and being exposed to many cultures resulted in the rich sound they now deliver in their music. Bernard and Yeshiva (Bernard – FIU & FAU alumni & Yeshiva – Berklee alumni) join forces to create songs that reflect the wide variety of influences they’ve picked up along the road, which ranges from Americana, Blues, Roots, Folk, Jazz, Latin, and Rock. Their hearts, however, are ever so taken by Americana music, which is the style they drift towards when it comes to writing.

www.nmbr11.com
Bill Veach was a drummer in a rock band in college, but guitars are easier to move and make for better neighbors so he spent $100 of his precious college beer money on a flame red acoustic guitar. Moving was a part of his life for years, with a love of travel that is expressed in many of his songs. His songs are often autobiographical, about his experiences, travel, love, loss and some characters he has met on his journey. Bill is a Western boy, raised in Colorado and lived in Utah and Wyoming before becoming a full time resident of Fort Myers Beach. He became active writing songs as part of the Cheyenne Guitar Society in Wyoming and finds inspiration in the camaraderie of the ACMA Singer Songwriter Circle on Sundays. Bill has never met a genre he didn’t like, and his style

Details
Date: May 11
Time: 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Cost: $10 - $15.00
Venue
Address: 2756 McGregor Blvd.
Ft. Myers, FL 33901 United States

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