8:00pm Doors I 9:00pm Show
$10 ADV I $12 Early Arrival (5-7pm) I $15 (7pm-Close)

Ticket Link: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/feed-the-dog-ginstrings-tickets-56338344505

Feed the Dog is an eclectic and action-packed, high-energy, jam-rock-grass band. The Appleton based group features masterfully crafted fiddle, Kottke like finger pickin’ acoustic six and twelve string guitar, funky bass lines, and percussive soul. The band started in July of 2015 and has been relentless playing festivals, theaters, and clubs alongside regional and national touring acts. Freshmen album “Sheep” out now. Sophomore album “Tenderloin” recorded at Hyde Street Studios in SF, CA March 2018, released this past August.

Website: http://www.feedthedogband.com/
Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/artist/6QTaJIUCCzBer4m7veUOIQ
YouTube:https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCr_zYqeXtLWme9TxuMPX14Q?view_as=subscriber

Ginstrings
33 Strings and harmony will make your soul dance!

Website: http://ginstrings.com/

Their last trip through was at hit, so by popular demand, The Jimmys are coming back to Gibson Music Hall!

***$5 at the door. 1st come, 1st serve!***

https://www.facebook.com/thejimmysband/
https://www.thejimmys.net

Seven piece award winning blues and R&B band
Artist of The Year: 2013, 2014
Blues Band Of The Year: 2012-2014
The Jimmys aren’t your typical blues band. With awards and reviews rolling in on their new album “Hot Dish” the Jimmys are primed for the world stage. Get to a club or a festival and see what the fuss is all about – and have a great time!

*FREE ADMISSION*
If you want some good ol’ rock n’ roll, The Family Business is up your alley! Based out of Madison, WI, these guys are sure to satisfy your need to rock!
https://www.facebook.com/CharlieMillardBand/
 
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Spend an evening with this Grooving Americana Cinematic Indie Rock band! It is certainly something special that doesn’t make it’s way to this neck of the woods too often.

For 15 years, Altered Five Blues Band has been winning audiences with a swaggering stomp of bruising, barrelhouse grit. According to Downbeat magazine, frontman Jeff Taylor “sings powerfully” and “Jeff Schroedl’s live-wire guitar reaches the high bar of mixed invention and fluidity.” Blues Bytes magazine declares the group features “the funkiest rhythm section outside of Memphis.”

For its fourth album, Charmed & Dangerous, the Milwaukee-based quintet joins forces with Blind Pig Records, one of the world’s premiere blues labels. Produced by multi-Grammy-winner Tom Hambridge, and featuring guests on harmonica and backing vocals, the 13 tracks of original, contemporary blues prove worthy of the recent groundswell of acclaim. The group’s third album, Cryin’ Mercy, reached #3 in the iTunes blues store, hit #1 on the Roots Music Report blues album chart, and won “Best Self-Released CD” at the 2015 International Blues Challenge. The band was also named “Blues Artist of the Year” at the 2014 WAMI Award Show, and was recently asked to contribute a track (“Tightrope”) to a Stevie Ray Vaughan tribute album being released in the fall of 2017.
No Cover! 21+
http://www.alteredfive.com/
https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_continue=74&v=lGQbxTHaBTU

I guess a good place to start is with the roots. Bluegrass music is where Donnie got his first taste of the limelight at a young and impressionable age. Playing music from Jimmy Martin, Bill Monroe to New Grass Revival and Tony Rice. After years of searching and playing different music clubs and festivals he discovered the raw primitiveness of the Blues and new immediately that he had found what he was searching for all along. Now after 30 plus years of delivering blistering blues licks and rich soulful vocals he is still kicking it up at clubs and festivals today and no plans on stopping any time soon.

https://www.reverbnation.com/dproadband

Decades ago, before the first rock and roll idols turned music into a product, musicians played music the way cobblers mended shoes and carpenters built homes. It was a trade like any other job and men did it for work, for wage. Young men would pack their station wagons with gear and travel from city to city to play their songs. For these musicians, it was not only all they wanted to do but all they could do. They were not in search of fame or fortune. It was simply a life in music. Welcome to the world of Aaron Williams and the Hoodoo.

Aaron Williams and the Hoodoo’s music is unwavering, filtering blues, soul, roots, and rock through a prism of emotional authenticity. What emerges isn’t a reinvention of the wheel, rather something undeniable, and the very definition of a force of nature. It’s real American music at its core and at its best.
http://aaronwilliamsandthehoodoo.com
https://youtu.be/Hvg7dgfE260