Rolling Stone Magazine
Wins the War………
Rolling Stone Libation Company will be closing down in a few days, sad Bruce Keisling, I’m trying to work through the leasing company but the end is near.
Bruce created a fantastic spot to chill. Unique to the area. Fantastic atmosphere. An avid music lover and friend, Bruce Keisling gave musicians an opportunity to showcase, and add a little cash to their pockets. I appreciate everything you did there for all of us musicians, and the phenomenal artists that joined the party. I’ll see you on the next adventure my man. Much love and respect, said Keith Clanton
Dianne Barber Chilton said on Facebook, that so sad, I really love going there just enjoying, good food drinks, great music videos.
Mary Beth Broderson-Soper said, really sad to hear. I loved that place!
Opened Aug. 15, at 1175 Homestead Road (Winn Dixie Plaza), this tapas bar filled your eyes with sensory overload. Gothic, psychedelic and just plain pretty artworks smother the black walls. A bright stained-glass window shines light on the live music area up front and local bands Friday and Saturday nights.
Rolling Stone Libation Company has been in the Lehigh Acres Gazette eight times and never thought we would have to write this story. Goliath wins …… and a community loses out ……..