We need an uprising of love for Byron

Those who love music and rural Iowa, lend me your ears: Byron Stuart needs our help. Now.

He of Byron’s Bar world fame.

“The hipness center of the universe,” is how Bruce Katz, former keyboardist with the Allman Brothers Band, described the Pomeroy haunt.

Come Todd Partridge and Todd Snider, Greg Brown and Chad Elliott. Come lawyers and doctors and hippies and misfits, Byron’s friends all.

“It’s a great venue and Byron is a lovable sweetheart,” said Malcom Holcombe, the acclaimed songwriter from North Carolina.

The city council fears that Byron’s Bar is falling down. The council demanded last week that Stuart commission an engineer to report back on the building’s structural integrity within 90 days. Otherwise, the city demands that he close so the entire downtown block can be demolished. It is out of plumb by four inches. Byron’s is the only sign of life. The remainder of the 1896 brick row is owned by Kenny Hinners, Byron said. The city council would…

Continue reading this article at;



Feed Name : Storm Lake Times Pilot

Opinion,Byron Stuart,Byron’s,Pomeroy,Todd Partridge,We need an uprising of love for Byron
hashtags : #uprising #love #Byron