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Aunt Nance

CHICAGO'S MUSICAL
COMEDY COUGAR

Tuesday November 1

Show: 7:30

Cover: Free

Join us at Carol's Pub for BINGO hosted by Chicago's Musical Comedy Cougar, Aunt Nance! Live music, great food, and it's free to play!

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Whaddayaknow Trivia

Wednesday November 2

Show: 8:00

Cover: Free

Join us every Wednesday for Whaddayaknow? Trivia! 8pm trivia starts and it's free to play! Visit freepubtrivia.com for more information.

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90's Night

Thursday November 3

Join us every Thursday for 90s Night! All your 90s Country Favorites in a custom playlist. $5 Craft Drafts and 90s Cocktails including the Watermelon Crawl, Fancy & Neon Moon. Order a drink and start singing along!

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Ward Davis

w/ Special Guest Josh Meloy

Friday November 4

Pre show Party: 6:30 PM
GA Doors: 7 PM


Cover: $15 ADV // $20 DOS // $40 4-Pack // $100 VIP Pre Party Package Add On Includes: One of a kind Ward Davis t-shirt not available for purchase anywhere else. 3 songs acoustic set. Q&A Session, and photo Op with Ward Davis. Does not include admission to the show.

American Singer/Songwriter from Monticello, Arkansas by way of Nashville, Tennessee, Ward Davis has had songs recorded by Trace Adkins, Willie Nelson, Merle Haggard, Wade Hayes, Sammy Kershaw, Bucky Covington, Jimmie Van Zant, Buddy Jewel, Carolina Rain, The Roys, and more. Most recently, Ward Davis co-wrote “I’m Not The Devil” with Cody Jinks, with whom he subsequently toured with nationwide. With over 250 shows per year under his belt as both a headliner and support act, Ward Davis’ already popular live show is growing at exponential rates.

Oklahoma native, Josh Meloy recently released his new record “Oklahoma” in May of 2020. The record consists of a collection of songs written over the past 5 years. Meloy considers this his “best and most honest work to date”. Meloy recorded and produced the album at home giving it an undeniably authentic sound. Meloy didn’t plan on playing music in the beginning. In a family with strong ties to music, he chose sports. It wasn’t until attending Oklahoma State University at the age of 19 that he first picked up a guitar. Meloy, now 26,has since matured as a musician and songwriter while earning a strong fan base touring the Oklahoma/Texas region.

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The Ron Burgundy's

Saturday November 5

Show: 9:30

Cover: $10

Yacht Rock and other softcore rock from the 60s, 70s and 80s!

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Pop Up Karaoke

Tuesday November 8

Show: 7:30

Cover: Free

Join us for Pop Up Karaoke! No Cover. $7 Old Fashioneds, $5 Craft Drafts and $4 Fireball shots to get you singing!

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Whaddayaknow Trivia

Wednesday November 9

Show: 8:00

Cover: Free

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Triston Marez

w/ Christie Huff

Thursday November 10

Show: 9:00

Cover: $5

Country singer Triston Marez’s sound isn’t just centered around the crying steel or prominent fiddles that often go hand in hand with the rolling plains or legendary dancehalls that come to mind when thinking about country music -- they’re part of a way of life for the 25-year-old. Marez’s debut EP, That Was All Me, set to release Jan. 25, showcases Marez’s rich vocals telling tales of long nights, former flames and new love with a relatable honesty.

On the EP, Marez’s influences -- Chris LeDoux, Aaron Watson and Cody Johnson -- weave throughout a collection of pure country music. In the EP’s title track, “That Was All Me,” a raucous night can be blamed on the jukebox, neons buzzing and one too many whiskeys, but insists any feelings felt were true. “Where Rivers Are Red, Cowboys Are Blue” hearkens back to the heyday of cowboy songs with an ode to a former flame, while “Dizzy” features the other side of the coin and a fledgling love story found on the dancehall floor. “Reservations For Two” is a romantic night set in the great outdoors, and “Here’s To The Weekend” offers an appreciation for a few cold beers with good friends while searching for a reprieve from the daily grind.

A Houston native, Marez’s sound isn't just centered around country music, it's weaved through his entire 24 years. As a member of a musical family from Oklahoma known for their bluegrass and fiddle talents, Marez started playing guitar at age six and his first live performance was a Buck Owens song in the first grade talent show. Marez worked as a ranch hand and even rode bulls as a hobby for years to support his music career. He also won the Houston Livestock Show & Rodeo’s talent competition in 2014.

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90's Night

Thursday November 10

Join us every Thursday for 90s Night! All your 90s Country Favorites in a custom playlist. $5 Craft Drafts and 90s Cocktails including the Watermelon Crawl, Fancy & Neon Moon. Order a drink and start singing along!

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Amy Kelly Band

Friday November 11

Show: 9:30

Cover: $5

Amy Kelly and her band are leaving an indelible mark upon audiences in Chicago’s clubs and mainstream venues. This formidable ensemble has a substantial following and is in demand for club, festival and touring work. Amy sings a diverse set of music mixed with rock-a-billy, blues, and classic rock n roll, which always produces a hypnotic groove for her audience. A truly gifted performer, Amy’s powerful and compelling voice really captivates an audience. She is raw potent talent, cut with professionalism and class. Amy has electrified crowds at some of Chicago’s finest stages such as The Hideout, B.L.U.E.S on Halsted and Buddy Guys Legends, as well at local bars and street festivals. Her incredibly soulful vocal style was influence heavily by Janis Joplin, Aretha Franklin, Dolly Parton and Bonnie Raitt. Amy is backed by the dynamic rhythm section of Paul Rzewuski on drums, Jon Richter on bass, and Sweet Lou Hallwas, who brings it all together on the guitar. Paul and Jon have played together for over 30 years in some of Chicago biggest venues, toured Europe with Chicago Blues greats, Big time Sarah and Syl Johnson and have played many of Chicago’s outdoor festivals. Newcomer Lou Hallwas brings his soulful energy to the band with his eclectic and energetic playing style. Lou just finished up his summer playing with Material Reissue, The Differents and Decoy Prayer Meeting.

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Dalton and The Sheriffs

Saturday November 12

Show: 9:30

Cover: $10

The one constant in Dalton & the Sheriffs’ remarkable rise from three-hour sets in the barrooms of Boston, to national stages such as CMA Fest, is the band’s authenticity. Brian Scully (vocals/acoustic guitar), Jon Silva (lead guitar), James Zaner (drums), Sam Bouve (bass) and Ryan Jackson (keys/guitars) rip through shows with frenetic energy, perhaps best described as country music, tinged with Americana heartland vibes, and played with a bar-friendly edge-of-punk rowdiness. Everyone sings along. The patrons are as much a part of the show as the band itself. The result is a live band that manages to make every show -- from small clubs to the largest of festivals -- feel a little like a reunion of like-minded souls at their favorite local bar.

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CHICAGO'S MUSICAL
COMEDY COUGAR

Tuesday November 15

Show: 7:30

Cover: Free

Join us at Carol's Pub for BINGO hosted by Chicago's Musical Comedy Cougar, Aunt Nance! Live music, great food, and it's free to play!

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Whaddayaknow Trivia

Wednesday November 16

Show: 8:00

Cover: Free

Join us every Wednesday for Whaddayaknow? Trivia! 8pm trivia starts and it's free to play! Visit freepubtrivia.com for more information.

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90's Night

Thursday November 17

Join us every Thursday for 90s Night! All your 90s Country Favorites in a custom playlist. $5 Craft Drafts and 90s Cocktails including the Watermelon Crawl, Fancy & Neon Moon. Order a drink and start singing along!

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Kid Whiskey

Friday November 18

Show: 9:30

Cover: $5

Formerly known as The Northern Lights, Kid Whiskey plays the most diverse, unique but satisfying mixture of country, rock, classic rock, and if the moment calls for it, hip-hop. These guys frequent the stages of Bub City, 115 Bourbon Street, House Of Blues, Niko's Redmill Tavern and major festivals all over the midwest.

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The Simple Remedy

Saturday November 19

Show: 9:30

Cover: $5

Founded several years ago by Chicago Singer/Songwriter Edward William Ryan, The Simple Remedy has grown into one of the most reliable acts on the music scene. Featuring Singer/Songwriter Laura Patricia Felker on Vocals, Pat Keiner on Lead Guitar, Mandolin, Steel Guitar and Vocals, Mike Smith on Bass Guitar and Andy WIlmoth on Drums! The band is a true melting pot of musical influences and keeps the audience guessing as they glide through multiple genres during their live performances.

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Pop Up Karaoke

Tuesday November 22

Show: 7:30

Cover: Free

Join us for Pop Up Karaoke! No Cover. $7 Old Fashioneds, $5 Craft Drafts and $4 Fireball shots to get you singing!

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Whaddayaknow Trivia

THANKSGIVING THEMED

Wednesday November 23

Show: 8:00

Cover: Free

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Dry County Line

Friday November 25

Show: 9:30

Cover: $5

Hellin' from Chicago since 2014, Dry County Line has a strong regard for classic country music, and that's what they love to share. But they like "countrifying" non-country songs too. You never can tell. One thing's for certain, DCL is all about singing (and dancing). With this band, it's harmonize or go home. We'll take the bourbon.

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Bingo with
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CHICAGO'S MUSICAL
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Tuesday November 29

Show: 7:30

Cover: Free

Join us at Carol's Pub for BINGO hosted by Chicago's Musical Comedy Cougar, Aunt Nance! Live music, great food, and it's free to play!

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Whaddayaknow Trivia

Wednesday November 30

Show: 8:00

Cover: Free

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Kody West

w/ Holly Beth

Thursday December 1

Show: 8:00

Cover: $10 ADV / $15 DOS

Kody started playing music in the beginning of 2014, eager to take on as many acoustic gigs and songwriting competitions in the Dallas/Ft. Worth area that he could. As a frequent support act of the Texas Country/Red Dirt band Dalton Domino and the Front Porch Family, he took on the role of tour manager beginning of 2015. On the road with the band, he rapidly gained valuable hands-on experience working and playing music across the state of Texas. Thanks to his time on the road and his ability to fill in and play when needed, he was quick to gain a fast following of loyal fans.

Kody recorded his first full production EP later that year in Stephenville, Texas with producers Ben Hussey and Josh Serrato. The EP titled Higher Ground released January of 2016 with ""Playing Cards"" as the first strong, poignant single. Kody's music has been described as a mix of Texas Country and Bluegrass with some good-for-the-soul grooves.

Shortly after his EP release, Kody formed a full band in order to continue his commitment to travel across the country playing his tunes to the masses.

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90's Night

Thursday December 1

Join us every Thursday for 90s Night! All your 90s Country Favorites in a custom playlist. $5 Craft Drafts and 90s Cocktails including the Watermelon Crawl, Fancy & Neon Moon. Order a drink and start singing along!

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Mackenzie O'Brien

Friday December 2

Show: 9:30

Cover: $5

Mackenzie O’Brien’s career has been on an upward trajectory in both the Midwest and in Nashville, Tennessee. Mackenzie has performed over 400 times in her first four years as a professional including performances at some of Nashville’s best known venues. Mackenzie has opened for country stars Chris Janson, Jordan Davis, Sam Llanas of the Bodeans, National act The Vandoliers, and played a post concert after Lee Brice's show. She has also performed at some of the area's biggest fests and venues that include county fairs, The Nashwood Fest, the Sears Center, and Country Thunder! Mackenzie grew up in Northern, Illinois close to the Wisconsin border and had only one career in mind since the age of four years. Prior to then she had been given the nickname “Hummingbird” as she was often found playing alone and humming made up melodies. This natural gift has stayed with her and she is a sought after melody driven songwriter. To date, Mackenzie has landed over 30 songs on small market radio in the USA and Europe.

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The Simple Remedy

Saturday December 3

Show: 9:30

Cover: $5

Founded several years ago by Chicago Singer/Songwriter Edward William Ryan, The Simple Remedy has grown into one of the most reliable acts on the music scene. Featuring Singer/Songwriter Amy Carlson on Vocals, Pat Keiner on Lead Guitar, Mandolin, Steel Guitar and Vocals, Pete Vancura on Bass Guitar and Jamie Gallagher on Drums. Simple Remedy keeps audiences guessing with an exciting mix of Country, Americana and Soul music. Their shows are a genre bending journey through American Music.

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The Footlight District

w/ Dead Feathers

Sunday December 4

Show: 7:00

Cover: $12 ADV | $15 DOS

Come join us for an evening of rock & roll and Holiday celebrations!! Proceeds from this show will be dontated to Letters to Santa, a charity that helps families in need. So come have a good time while supporting a great cause!

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Pop Up Karaoke

Tuesday December 6

Show: 7:30

Cover: Free

Join us for Pop Up Karaoke! No Cover. $7 Old Fashioneds, $5 Craft Drafts and $4 Fireball shots to get you singing!

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Whaddayaknow Trivia

Wednesday December 7

Show: 8:00

Cover: Free

Join us every Wednesday for Whaddayaknow? Trivia! 8pm trivia starts and it's free to play! Visit freepubtrivia.com for more information.

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90's Night

Thursday December 8

Join us every Thursday for 90s Night! All your 90s Country Favorites in a custom playlist. $5 Craft Drafts and 90s Cocktails including the Watermelon Crawl, Fancy & Neon Moon. Order a drink and start singing along!

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Joe Wortell

w/ Meg and The Wheelers

Friday December 9

Show: 8:00

Cover: $5

Joe Wortell is a classic outlaw country artist from Chicago that plays clever and inspired arrangements fusing subtle hints of blues, surf, r&b, and pop with the great songs of Hank, Waylon, Merle, Cash and beyond.

Meg and the Wheelers are a Country Western band from Chicago, Illinois. Their sharp-witted lyrics, solid harmonies, classic steel guitar twang, and enthusiasm for drinking the pain away will make you want to boot-scoot your regrets out all over the dance floor.

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Two Beer Tommy Band

Saturday December 10

Show: 9:30

Cover: $5

Hailed as one of “Northern Illinois Greatest Fun Time Band” The Two Beer Tommy Band has its roots in old-time & modern country, blues, classic rock and traditions of American rock music. The Two Beer Tommy Band dares their audiences not to sing, dance & stomp their feet!

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Reba's Country Christmas Variety Show

Sunday December 11

Show: 7:00

Cover: $5

Join us for Reba's Country Christmas! A holiday themed variety show hosted by Reba McEntire* (*Lauren Lonergan).

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Bingo with
Aunt Nance

CHICAGO'S MUSICAL
COMEDY COUGAR

Tuesday December 13

Show: 7:30

Cover: Free

Join us at Carol's Pub for BINGO hosted by Chicago's Musical Comedy Cougar, Aunt Nance! Live music, great food, and it's free to play!

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Whaddayaknow Trivia

Wednesday December 14

Show: 8:00

Cover: Free

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90's Night

Thursday December 15

Join us every Thursday for 90s Night! All your 90s Country Favorites in a custom playlist. $5 Craft Drafts and 90s Cocktails including the Watermelon Crawl, Fancy & Neon Moon. Order a drink and start singing along!

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Coal For Christmas Tour

w/ Drayton Farley &
J.R. Carroll

Friday December 16

Show: 9:00

Cover:
$25 General Admission Advance
$30 General Admission Day of Show

Alabama native Drayton Farley has as honest a voice as you're likely to hear in this burgeoning scene of country, folk, roots, and Americana music we're all wrapped up in. With songs and lyrics pulled from real life experience, there's a grounded feeling to his stories, a confessional quality that rings true to those who know. His voice fills the room like cigarette smoke, curling into every corner of you, with a fine grit rasp that smooths out every rough edge. It lingers hours, days, after you've left the bar - turns of phrase that tumble around your mind, bittersweet and familiar. He sings as deeply about the love he holds as the love he's lost and there's something so broken-in and comfortable about that Southern inflection that every song feels like coming home. Sharing stages with musicians on the rise such as Zach Bryan, Arlo McKinley and Mike and the Moonpies, Drayton has quickly gained a loyal fan base. You can listen to Drayton’s latest album, A Hard up Life, wherever you get your music. / J.R. Carroll gained his gospel pipes on Sunday mornings, leading the small-town Okie church choir by piano and voice. After finding a group of friends to sing along with, Carroll adopted the acoustic guitar and wrote what became his debut EP, “Long Story Short.” The set of songs resonated with fans of Tyler Childers, Jason Isbell, John Moreland, and Carroll’s close friend Zach Bryan.

Since the EP’s release, Carroll has been playing shows of all sizes. He currently accompanies Zach Bryan as Bryan’s touring keyboardist. When he isn’t on tour with Bryan, Carroll is writing at home in Tulsa, Oklahoma or playing his own shows around the United States.

Carroll's latest release, Raging in the Dark, reflects an indie-rock influence, while holding dear the tender, honest, and heart-felt lyricism that fans expect from Carroll. This latest release draws influence from artists like Ryan Adams, Kings of Leon, and the Avett Brothers. Upon release, singles from Raging in the Dark have become staples on editorial playlists such as Spotify's own Indigo."

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Diamondback

Saturday December 17

Show: 9:30

Cover: $5

Diamondback has been a popular staple of the Chicago Country Music scene for quite some time. We bring our female fronted, multi-instrumentalist, tight harmonied party to clubs, private gatherings and festivals throughout the Midwest. We serve up a patented mix of Classic/Prime Country, Americana, Country Rock and New Country that’s guaranteed to have folks singing along and joining the party from the first song. Our extensive song list promises something for everyone.

Diamondback remains committed to bringing Classic Honky Tonk music to the urban masses!

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Pop Up Karaoke

Tuesday December 20

Show: 7:30

Cover: Free

Join us for Pop Up Karaoke! No Cover. $7 Old Fashioneds, $5 Craft Drafts and $4 Fireball shots to get you singing!

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Whaddayaknow Trivia

Christmas Movie Trivia

Wednesday December 21

Show: 8:00

Cover: Free

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Ryan Curtis

Thursday December 22

Show: 9:00

Cover: $5

Over the last decade, Ryan Curtis has made a name for himself as a songwriter not easily packaged into any specific genre. He’s bounced almost seamlessly from folk and bluegrass to rockabilly, blues, and vintage rock n’ roll. Never to be pinned down, his latest release and solo debut, Rust Belt Broken Heart is steeped in the kind of vintage twang more common in a 1960s honky tonk, than a modern club. Ryan’s songs are usually about life’s harder learned lessons, featuring picaresque heroes whom he gives a very personal feel. His new record dives deep into the different styles of country and western while telling tales from his youth in the Midwest from Michigan to Illinois. The gravelly voice of the Michigan born, Boise-based singer has been praised on KEXP and earned acclaim from the likes No Depression and Saving Country Music. Rust Belt Broken Heart is out now, on American Standard Time Records. You can catch Ryan and his band out on the road most weekends bringing their unique brand of high desert twang and Idaho honky tonk to the dives and haunts of the great American West and beyond

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90's Night

Thursday December 22

Join us every Thursday for 90s Night! All your 90s Country Favorites in a custom playlist. $5 Craft Drafts and 90s Cocktails including the Watermelon Crawl, Fancy & Neon Moon. Order a drink and start singing along!

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South City Revival

Friday December 23

Show: 9:30

Cover: $7

South City Revival is a workingman’s band from Chicago, IL. Forged in the city of frigid winters and ferocious wind, the band continues to expand on their vision of Midwest Americana with, "Where There's Smoke, There's Fire". The new album, the band's first full-length effort, is at its core an exploration of country and roots-rock music. Drawing on the energy and story-telling from the likes of Bruce Springsteen, Brooks & Dunn, Tom Petty, and Steve Earle, listeners are immersed in a landscape filled with abandoned steel mills, sticky bar floors and rusted out Chevys.

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Whaddayaknow Trivia

Wednesday December 28

Show: 8:00

Cover: Free

Join us every Wednesday for Whaddayaknow? Trivia! 8pm trivia starts and it's free to play! Visit freepubtrivia.com for more information.

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90's Night

Thursday December 29

Join us every Thursday for 90s Night! All your 90s Country Favorites in a custom playlist. $5 Craft Drafts and 90s Cocktails including the Watermelon Crawl, Fancy & Neon Moon. Order a drink and start singing along!

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The Country Night

Friday December 30

Show: 9:30

Cover: $8

LIVE BAND event delivering all your favorite NEW COUNTRY HITS plus the CLASSICS!

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David Graham & The Eskimo Brothers

Saturday December 31

Show: 10:30

Cover: $20 GA |
$50 Table Reservation

The Eskimo Brothers are a high energy honky tonk trio based out of Nashville, Tennessee.

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Yankee Cowboy

Friday January 6

Show: 9:30

Cover: $5

Introducing the Midwest's most wanted country rock band: Yankee Cowboy! Upbeat, exciting, modern country music with rockin' blasts from the past!

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Trailer Park Twisters

Saturday January 7

Show: 9:30

Cover: $5

From small towns to the big city, the Trailer Park Twisters are ripping up all your favorite country tunes and laying waste to prefabricated homes in a 10-mile radius. Formed in 2008 by Paul Cicciarelli, the band features dynamic guitar playing complimented by swelling pedal steel and soaring vocals. From Johnny Cash to Miranda Lambert they’ve got it covered.

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Dry County Line

Saturday January 14

Show: 9:30

Cover: $5

Hellin' from Chicago since 2014, Dry County Line has a strong regard for classic country music, and that's what they love to share. But they like "countrifying" non-country songs too. You never can tell. One thing's for certain, DCL is all about singing (and dancing). With this band, it's harmonize or go home. We'll take the bourbon.

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Michelle Billingsley & Lyon$ Band

Friday January 20

Show: 9:00

Cover: $7

Michelle Billingsley sings about a whole lot of subjects considered taboo for polite women. Though you might not catch it on first listen—she wraps her charmingly cutting lyrics in boisterous acoustic strumming, her dryly dark sense of humor and a (whip)smart-assed vocal delivery. It all sounds a bit like Emmylou Harris went through the looking glass. Michelle Billingsley sings about a whole lot of subjects considered taboo for polite women. Though you might not catch it on first listen—she wraps her charmingly cutting lyrics in boisterous acoustic strumming, her dryly dark sense of humor and a (whip)smart-assed vocal delivery. It all sounds a bit like Emmylou Harris went through the looking glass.

Cosmic country band LYON$ thrive on breaking boundaries, dialing up the soul and twang for a raucous sound all their own. With a wicked psychedelic streak in their back pocket, they draw inspiration as much from frontman Trey Lyons’ East Tupelo, Mississippi roots as their current big city home, Chicago. 1960s soul and hard-edged honky-tonk. The result is cosmic country at its finest, affirmative, transcendent, and free.

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The Lawrence Peters Outfit

Friday January 27

Show: 9:30

Cover: $5

The Lawrence Peters Outfit play un-ruined country music, a term Lawrence coined to describe the band’s original, deep-rooted, honky tonk sound. They are 2019 and 2018 Ameripolitan Award nominees, in the Best Honky Tonk Group category, and two time winners of the “Best Country And Western Entertainer” (Chicago Music Awards).

Best known for his lead vocal on ""The Old Black Hen"", for the watershed Songs: Ohia- Magnolia Electric Company album, Peters leads the ""Outfit"" through his own finely crafted originals, and cherry-picked classics. The band is a super-group of Chi-Town pickers, including Matt Gandurski on lead guitar, John Huber on rhythm guitar, and Josh Piet on upright bass.

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Diamondback

Saturday February 4

Show: 9:30

Cover: $5

Diamondback has been a popular staple of the Chicago Country Music scene for quite some time. We bring our female fronted, multi-instrumentalist, tight harmonied party to clubs, private gatherings and festivals throughout the Midwest. We serve up a patented mix of Classic/Prime Country, Americana, Country Rock and New Country that’s guaranteed to have folks singing along and joining the party from the first song. Our extensive song list promises something for everyone.

Diamondback remains committed to bringing Classic Honky Tonk music to the urban masses!

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Sam Grow

Friday February 10

Show: 9:00

Cover: $15 ADV | $20 DOS

Country singer Sam Grow is just a small-town kid from Mechanicsville in Southern Maryland. But his dreams and his music have extended well beyond the boundaries of the Old Line state. After the breakout success of his first studio album, 2019’s Love and Whiskey, a lot has changed. That project followed years of grinding work, writing his own tunes, booking his own shows and recording his own EPs ... but it was all rewarded.

Love and Whiskey hit Number One on iTunes’ Country Albums chart and he quickly followed its success with his sophomore album This Town featuring the breakout smash single “Song About You”. In November of 2022, Grow landed his 3rd studio album Manchester, whose title pays respect to his new hometown in Tennessee of the same name. Grow is now approaching rare air for artists in any genre – his music is on the cusp of collecting more than 100 Million global streams.

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Josh Meloy

Thursday February 16

Show: 9:00

Cover: $15 ADV | $20 DOS
$40 4 pack

Oklahoma native, Josh Meloy recently released his new record “Oklahoma” in May of 2020. The record consists of a collection of songs written over the past 5 years. Meloy considers this his “best and most honest work to date”. Meloy recorded and produced the album at home giving it an undeniably authentic sound.

Meloy didn’t plan on playing music in the beginning. In a family with strong ties to music, he chose sports. It wasn’t until attending Oklahoma State University at the age of 19 that he first picked up a guitar. Meloy, now 26, has since matured as a musician and songwriter while earning a strong fan base touring the Oklahoma/Texas region.

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Drew Parker

At The End Of
The Dirt Road Tour

Friday February 24

Show: 7:00

Cover: $10 ADV | $15 DOS

In Nashville’s famous songwriting community, the talent runs deep, and there’s no shortage of hopeful artists looking to find themselves a “lane.” But with one of the most potent, identifiable styles in the business, Drew Parker knows exactly what he’s about – and country fans already love it. Some just don’t know it yet.

Now, after joining Warner Music Nashville to supercharge his artistic ambition, they’ll soon learn.

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Pony Bradshaw

Thursday March 9

Show: 9:00

Cover: $15ADV | $18 DOS

On his new album, "North Georgia Rounder," Pony Bradshaw leads the listener on an exploration of the woods, rivers, and mountains of Appalachia, more specifically, the area for which the album is named and he’s called home for the past 15 years. “It’s got its hooks in me,” Bradshaw says of North Georgia, and it shows, with songs that quickly establish a setting, much like the one he initiated with the album’s predecessor, Calico Jim. The sonic excursion includes stops along the Conasauga River, visits to the holler, and a few diversions—nearby Knoxville plays a supporting role, as do Louisiana and Arkansas. It’s an impressionistic journey of introspection and connection all at once. Will Stewart's tastefully-understated guitar leads and Philippe Bronchtein's atmospheric pedal steel provide the perfect backdrop for Bradshaw's impassioned vocals in lead-off track Foxfire Wine." Its swampy, bluesy intro makes way for an interesting amalgamation of Sturgill Simpson and The Grateful Dead, serving as the perfect aperitif for “a hell of a heaven and a hell of a show.” From that point on till the album wraps with the aptly titled “Notes on a River Town,” not only do you see and hear North Georgia, you even smell and taste it.