Foxy Callwood, the legendary entertainer from Jost Van Dyke in the British Virgin Islands, will be in St. Michaels September 12 & 13th performing at Foxy's Harbor Grille in St. Michaels. Foxy and his bar was the inspiration to create the same type of laid-back Caribbean bar and restaurant here in St. Michaels, where people come to have fun. This is a unique opportunity to hear Foxy perform his songs of his island and entertain us with his "not so politically correct" jokes and stories. He is known in the sailing community around the world as his bar and restaurant has been a "must stop" for sailors exploring the British Virgin Islands for the past 40 years.
Quoted from Will Workman, owner of The George Brooks House and Parsonage Inn "I have been entertained by Foxy on numerous occasions while sailing through the British Virgin Islands over the past 40+ years . . something to look forward to each time to see Foxy and talk to him even if he is not singing and playing his guitar (he was sidelined for a few years with vocal chord surgery). You always leave Foxy feeling better about life and informed about how this humble native of the BVI's has become so well known! What do we have planned for Sept. 12 & 13th? "Caribbean Nights" with special music, entertainment, food and drinks . . Four performances by Foxy augmented by a Reggae Band with local MC Afternoon (3 - 5:45 PM) and Evening Performance (6 - 8:45 PM) on Tuesday & Wednesday Preregistration for up to 100 guests at each session via www.FoxyHarborGrille.com Entertainment fee of $20 (plus fees) Preregistered . . or $30 at the door for a limited number of guests This is truly a special event for St. Michaels. We were delighted a month ago when his wife Tessa responded to my invitation to visit St. Michaels this September and stay at one of my B&B Inns. Our weather in September is quite nice - not so much in the Virgin Islands as the trade winds diminish and it becomes "hot and sticky" with unsettled weather. I hope you can join us to experience Foxy in an intimate setting on the harbor of St. Michaels on Sept. 12th or 13th."