8:00 p.m. to 10:30 p.m. - $10.00 cover
Reservations Recommended - Call 206-542-0627
Arrive between 6:30-7:30 p.m. for reservation
After 7:30 p.m. seats are given to standby guests

March 4th
The Daily Flash

In the mid '60s, The Daily Flash found a way to fuse folk, rock, blues, bluegrass and jazz. That process lives on in this stunning line up. The Daily Flash has earned a reputation as a dynamic vocal band of consummate instrumentalists. They breathe life into an eclectic repertoire of folk, rock, Celtic and Delta swamp fusion. The Daily Flash brings the spirit of the sixties into the 21st century and delivers to stages all around the Northwest.

www.thedailyflash.com

March 11th
Red House

Red House isn’t just a Blues band. They embrace many of the idioms that sprang from the Blues; R&B, Soul, Funk and even a little Jazz. And each musician brings to the table almost 50 years of experience and expertise. That’s one reason why Red House is the band other bands come to see. They’ve been in the studio and just finished mastering a 4 song EP, titled “Over Yonder”. The cover art is an original painting by Tacoma’s own Little Bill Englehart and the disc will be available for purchase soon—one cover tune and 3 original songs. They’ll be going right back into the studio to do a follow-up CD shortly. If you haven’t heard Red House, check them out. You’ll be glad you did.

redhouseband.net

March 25th
Patti Allen and Monster Road

Continuing the legacy of rich blues talent and progressive musicianship, Monster Road is proud to present Patti Allen, a Blues Lifetime Achievement Award-winner, as lead vocalist and front-runner. Patti burns serious R&B rubber on Monster Road! Monster Road is made up of elite local musicians who love to tear it up.

www.monster-road.com

April 1st
The Daily Flash

In the mid '60s, The Daily Flash found a way to fuse folk, rock, blues, bluegrass and jazz. That process lives on in this stunning line up. The Daily Flash has earned a reputation as a dynamic vocal band of consummate instrumentalists. They breathe life into an eclectic repertoire of folk, rock, Celtic and Delta swamp fusion. The Daily Flash brings the spirit of the sixties into the 21st century and delivers to stages all around the Northwest.

www.thedailyflash.com

April 8th
Red House

Red House isn’t just a Blues band. They embrace many of the idioms that sprang from the Blues; R&B, Soul, Funk and even a little Jazz. And each musician brings to the table almost 50 years of experience and expertise. That’s one reason why Red House is the band other bands come to see. They’ve been in the studio and just finished mastering a 4 song EP, titled “Over Yonder”. The cover art is an original painting by Tacoma’s own Little Bill Englehart and the disc will be available for purchase soon—one cover tune and 3 original songs. They’ll be going right back into the studio to do a follow-up CD shortly. If you haven’t heard Red House, check them out. You’ll be glad you did.

redhouseband.net

April 15th
CC Adams Band

The CC Adams Band featuring Mary Ellen Lykins performs with passion and Mary Ellen is the icing on the cake. There’s no mistaking the voice…. Mary Ellen Lykins is a powerhouse best typified as the power of Etta James with a bit of Janis Joplin grit thrown in. The band’s roots are in the Blues with a funky bit of R&B and a dash of tasty rock mixed in for flavor. Thwarting the conventional, the band thrives on unique arrangements.

www.reverbnation.com/ccadamsband

April 29th
Little Bill and the Blue Notes

Little Bill and the Blue Notes are an institution more than a band. Since 1956 Bill and various lineups have been wowing audiences with their take on rhythm and blues. In 1959 the Bluenotes made the national charts with the teenage love song “I Love an Angel” and since then have released a bevy of recordings. His current lineup consist of master guitarist Billy Stapleton, the Hall of Fame inductee Dick Powell on harmonica and keyboard and the tight and steady Billy Barner on drums.

littlebillandthebluenotesmusic.com