Grab your friends and celebrate Friendsgiving with us. Bring dish, appetizer or dessert and listen to the music of John St Di Albo from 7-10pm.
Arkansas native Erin Enderlin set out to carve her own niche as an unapologetic, raw story teller, crafting characters that come to life in just around three minutes. She first fell in love with country music listening to the likes of Willie Nelson and Johnny Cash on her Papaw's record player as a child. After […]
Bombara’s last album, Evergreen, was well-received by fans and media alike. “The likes of Aimee Mann and Jewel are fair comparisons,” noted the L.A. Weekly, “every tone is tinged with emotion, nothing is wasted.” With It All Goes Up, Bombara has risen to a new level and let some light in. “There's more light, more […]
ATTENTION boomers, ex-hippies and Americana Music aficionados of all stripes: The Simpletons are back for another First Thursday show. This feisty vocal trio of background singers gone rogue aim to please with their versions of the best rock, blues and country from the 60's - 80's, with some self-made music thrown in for good measure. […]
Drew Sheafor and Audrey Simes are a power pop, rock and roll, country and folk influenced dynamic musical duo. Sheafor’s swinging power-pop guitar rhythm drives as Simes delivers her soaring (go for the jugular) vocals, along with her toe tapping shuffle beat on snare drum. The two blend harmonies and take turns switching from high […]
Lance Carpenter Returns to the Venue and brings a surprise guest. More ticket info coming soon. Nashville recording artist and professional songwriter Lance Carpenter pens hits of contemporary country radio, while still staying true to his traditional background. Lance recently celebrated his first #1 by co-writing Kelsea Ballerini's history making song "Love Me Like You […]
Duo show with Tyler Reese Tritt. A true entertainer at heart, Tyler Reese Tritt has always imagined herself growing up to sing professionally. She first got that chance in 2012 recording the classic Don Henley and Patty Smyth duet, “Sometimes love just ain’t enough”, with her father, Travis Tritt at 14-years-old. Since that pivotal moment, […]