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  1. Toby Walker Sun 06/23/2013  4pm
    $21.20
    Showtime 4pm doors open at 3pm. There is a 6% handling fee included in the ticket price. Tickets are NOT MAILED all tickets are WILL CALL AT THE DOOR!! Learn More
  2. Sam Waymon and the Magic Band  Sat 05/19/2012 9:00
  3. Guy Davis & Fabrizio Poggi Sun 03/19/2017 4pm
    $23.85
    Showtime3pm doors open at 4pm. There is a 6% handling fee included in teh ticket price. Tickets are NOT MAILED. ALL TICKETS ARE WILL CALL AT THE DOOR! Learn More
  4. Jesse Colin Young Sun. 05/02/2010 7:30
  5. Geoff Hartwell,Yonrico Scott, Andy Aledort Band Wed. 06/30/2010 8:00
    $31.80
    Showtime 8:30pm doors open at 7:30pm The SideMen Featuring Andy Aledort (Dickey Betts and the Allman Brothers ) , Paul Nelson (Johnny Winter) there is a 6% handling fee included in the ticket price. Tickets are NOT MAILED. ALL TICKETS ARE WILL CALL AT THE DOOR. Learn More
  6. Mary Fahl Sat.10/27/2012 6:00pm
  7. Bill Kirchen Band Sun 11/04/2018 4pm
    $26.50
    Showtime 4pm doors open at 3pmTickets are NOT MAILED, all tickets are WILL CALL AT THE DOOR. There is a 6% handling fee include in the ticket price. Bill Kirchen has become widely known for the trademark big-rig guitar riffs that powered the Commander Cody hit “Hot Rod Lincoln” into the Top 10 in 1972. Since 1993, he has recorded seven critically acclaimed albums of his own that have made him one of the musical elder statesmen of today’s Americana music, which in truth was pioneered by acts like Cody and his Lost Planet Airmen back in the ‘70s. Learn More
  8. Terry Adams Rock and Roll Fri 04/16/2010 7:30
  9. NRBQ Sunday 09/29/2019 7:30pm
    $47.70
    Show time is 7:30pm doors open at 6:45pm.. There is a 6% handling fee included in this ticket price. ALL TICKETS ARE WILL CALL AT THE DOOR Terry Adams has been calling the versatile, lively sets for NRBQ for decades. Inspired by any and all music, Adams and guitarist Steve Ferguson decided to form the band smack dab in the middle of the '60s Louisville, KY music scene. What arose was NRBQ, an acronym commonly thought to stand for the New Rhythm and Blues Quintet. With a raucous blend of blues, country, jazz, pop and rock, NRBQ has spent many fruitful decades playing festivals, music halls and filling bars with its humor and rhythm. Learn More
  10. Terry Adams Rock and Roll Fri BOTH SHOWS04/16/2010
  11. David Ford Sun 06/09/2013 4pm
  12. Kim Simmonds duo Fr 10/05/2012 9pm
  13. Bruce Minsky Thurs 06/12/2014 8:00
    $15.90
    showtime 8:00 doors open at 7:00 Local artist presents his music. all tickets include a 6% handling fee. ALL TICKETS ARE WILL CALL AT THE DOOR. NO TICKETS ARE MAILED Learn More
  14. Roddy Harrington and Friends Wed 04/21/2010 8:00
  15. Beth Nielson Chapman Wed 6/16/2010 8:00
  16. Preston Reed Fri. 09/17/2010 8:00pm
  17. Mayra Casales Band Sat. 07/20/2013 9:30pm
  18. Mayra Casales & Friends Sat 07/20/2013 7:30
  19. Tab Benoit Wed 06/02/2010 7:30
  20. Tab Benoit Wed 06/02/2010 9:45
  21. Pamela Luss Houston Person  Sun 07/15/2012  7:30pm
  22. Native Soul Thur. 11/04/2010 7:30
  23. Johnny Markowski Band  Sat 01/17/2015 9pm
    $21.20
    Show Time 8:30pm doors open at 7:30pm All ticket priced include a 6% handling fee. Tickets are NOT MAILED. ALL TICKETS ARE WILL CALL AT THE DOOR. From New Riders Johnny Markowski's JEB JONES Band also appearing Dirty City,FYI They Rocked the PAL Festival this year!) Learn More
  24. Venissa Santi Band Thur 07/22/2010 8:00pm
  25. John Primer Blues Band Fri 11/07/2014 9pm
    $21.20
    Showtime 9pm doors open at 8pm As the title of his critically acclaimed Atlantic Record CD suggests, Grammy Award and Handy Award Nominee, John Primer is truly “The Real Deal.” At eight years old, John borrowed his first guitar and stated to strum. With the sounds of Jimmy Reed, Muddy Waters, Little Milton, Elmore James, B.B. & Albert King reverberating through his Grandmother Laura Nell’s tube radio, John was instantly hooked. He was fascinated with Blues music and set forth on a life long path of becoming a musical force. Early inspiration came from his family steeped in spiritual, gospel, and church, and went on to play at house parties and fish fry’s in and around his hometown of Camden, Mississippi. At the age of eighteen, feeling restless and in search of further audiences, John followed the path of his mentors and migrated to Chicago in the fall of 1963. He quickly found work in the era when modern Electric Blues and the West and South Sides sounds were first taking shape. Forming his first band The Maintainers in 1964, John and his old Harmony guitar rocked such West Side clubs as The Place, The Bow Tie, and Lover’s Lounge. By 1968 John had left The Maintainers when the opportunity arouse to front the Soul and R&B group The Brotherhood. Jamming late into the night and practicing by day, John was forming his own unique style and expanding his repertoire. John’s success would lead him in 1974 to replace John Watkins in the house band at the world famous Theresa’s Lounge on the South Side. Over the course of the next five years, John would play with such originators as Sammy Lawhorn, Junior Wells, Buddy Guy, Smokey Smothers, Lonnie Brooks, and a host of other innovators sculpting the sound of the Chicago Blues scene. It was during this part in John’s career that quite a few people were taking note of this outstanding performer. In 1979, master songwriter and bassist Willie Dixon persuaded him to join his band The Chicago All Stars. Traveling through the US, Mexico and Europe, John developed his skills as a rhythm guitarist, a lead slide player, and a powerful singer. Another Blues master who believed in John Primer was none other than the “Hoochie Coochie Man” himself, Muddy Waters. Muddy recruited John not only as a guitarist, but also as an opening act. As he did with so many other great musicians, Muddy served as a father to John, instilling in him an unrelenting passion for the music that gave birth to Rock and Roll. John stayed loyal to Muddy until his untimely death in 1983. Fresh off the heels of his success with the Muddy Waters Band, John signed on with the legendary Magic Slim. For the next fourteen years, he toured with Magic Slim & The Teardrops, bringing tight, house rocking sounds to every corner of the planet. But John’s days as a sideman were numbered, and in 1995 the veteran Blues man released his major label debut “The Real Deal”. He has since toured extensively in support of his ten solo albums to date. With John Primer’s strong traditionalist Blues phrasing and lightning fast slide technique, few artists can match him. A master storyteller and songwriter, his catalog of songs is endless and his sound is unforgettable. John Primer & The Real Deal Blues Band continues to electrify audiences at clubs and festivals, and remain a driving force in the world of Blues music today. Learn More

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