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during our open hours Tues.-Sat. after 4PM.
 

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Roger Clyne &

The Peacemakers

 

Monday, April 27, 2015

$15 Advance

$20 Day of Show

Roger & PH, former members of The Refreshments and their big hit "Bandidos", also wrote and recorded the theme song to "King of the Hill" tv show.

This is one of the best live rock shows you'll ever see.  You just have this week, Tuesday 21st thur Saturday 25th to get your tickets at the advance price of $15.00.  We are closed Sunday.  Monday, day of the show they will be $20.00.  Visa, Mastercard, and Discover are accepted.

We are open Tuesday - Saturday at 4:00 p.m.
 


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Raelyn Nelson

Friday, May 1, 2015

$10 Advance

$15 Day of Show

As an aspiring female country artist in Nashville, history suggests that the quickest path to success is somehow aligning oneself with one of the major publishers, producers, songwriters, labels, or managers that are the heart of Music Row. So what do you do if you are an aspiring female country artist in Nashville, and also happen to be the granddaughter of musical icon, Willie Nelson?

 
You hook up with an independent producer and veteran of the rock/punk scene, write some songs that are part Loretta Lynn, part Cheap Trick, and form the Raelyn Nelson Band. 

 
"I've been told by more than one person in the 'biz' that I'm stubborn like my grandpa. I kind of like that" -Raelyn Nelson. 

 
Raelyn Nelson has been singing since she can remember. Having been raised on a steady diet of traditional country and gospel music, a gift from her grandpa in the form of a guitar during her teenage years was the inspiration she needed to begin writing her own country and folk songs. 

 
Looking for a place to record these songs, a chance meeting through a mutual friend would provide the backdrop for the next step on her non-traditional career path.
Jonathan Bright, veteran of the underground rock scene and independent producer recorded some of these early songs, and they decided to try to write some things together to see what happened. 
The result? A completely fresh and original sound, a true hybrid and referred to by some critics as "the first installment in what is surely to be the next hip genre in music: Country/Garage Rock."
 
With songs written and sound and sound discovered, Jonathan recruited his bandmates (Paulie Simmons and Preach Rutherford) from hard rockers, Defense Wins Championships, and and a rarity in Nashville materialized: A true, honest to goodness BAND, and not a Music Row creation. 

 
"I don't really have any desire to be a  'solo-artist'. Everyone in my family who plays music has always placed a lot of importance on band chemistry, on stage, off stage and in the studio. Our band can almost read each other's minds. Why would I mess with that?"

 

 
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Coco Montoya

Thursday, May 14, 2015

$15 Advance

$20 Day of Show

 

Guitar One Magazine calls guitarist/vocalist Coco Montoya “the hottest southpaw in the blues” and raves about his “master touch and killer tone.” The Boston Globe succinctly states that Montoya’s music is “hot, blistering soul.” From his early days as a drummer to his current status as one of the top-drawing guitarists and vocalists on the blues-rock scene, Montoya earned his status through years of hard work and constant touring. It all started with a chance meeting in the mid-1970s with legendary bluesman Albert Collins, who offered Montoya a gig as his drummer. Albert took an immediate liking to Montoya, becoming his mentor and teaching his new protégé the secrets of Collins’ “icy hot” style of blues guitar. Five years later, British blues icon John Mayall happened to catch Montoya at a jam session and was blown away. Mayall recruited him as his guitarist in the legendary Bluesbreakers, and Montoya spent the next 10 years touring non-stop, proving himself to be a world-class guitar master in one of the most renowned blues bands in existence. The rest is History!

 

Montoya is a self taught guitar slinger who plays with an emotional intensity few string benders possess. Playing left-handed and upside down like Albert King, Montoya learned his guitar techniques from his years with Collins. “I never had a lesson in my life. “I would watch other guitar players to catch what they did. I would wait for that one moment when they would do it, and just stare at them and try and remember where their hand was, where their fingers were.  (Taken from Coco's web page biography)

 

 


 

Lynch Mob

Wednesday August 5, 2015

$20 Advance

$25 Day of Show

George Lynch came to fame in the 1980s through his work as the lead guitarist in the band Dokken.

Dokken had a string of successful platinum albums including “Under Lock and Key” and
“Back For The Attack”, both ofwhich featured Lynch's inventive and intricate guitar work, including his signature instrumental track "Mr. Scary"


Lynch Mob was formed in 1989, from the ashes of George’s former band, Dokken. The band original line up also featured Dokken's drummer, Mick Brown. The first Lynch Mob album was released in 1990, titled Wicked Sensation peaking at #46 on the US Charts.

Subsequent releases included Lynch Mob (1992) US #56, Smoke This (1999), REvolution (2003), Smoke And Mirrors (2009).

 

Info acquired from Lynch Mob official site.

www.facebook.com/lynchmobofficial

www.georgelynch.com

www.facebook.com/oniloganofficialpage