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OCTOBER MUSIC SCHEDULE

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Whiskey Brothers
Old Time & Bluegrass
9 PM   FREE

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Charged Particles
Jazz Trio
9:30 PM–12:30  $3 Cover

 
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Whiskey Brothers
Old Time & Bluegrass
9 PM   FREE

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RMJaZZ
Jazz Quintet
9:30 PM–12:30  $3 Cover

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WEDNESDAYS, OCTOBER 4 & 18  ·  9PM  ·  FREE!
The Whiskey Brothers
Classic western swing, bluegrass and original music, featuring great vocal harmonies. The band includes local music-scene veterans Jeff Ward on mandolin, Dave Courchaine on guitar, John MacFarlane on fiddle and accordian, Craig Fletcher on banjo and Bruce Campbell on bass. The Whiskey Brothers play from the heart and are a lot of fun too!




SATURDAY, OCTOBER 7 ·  9:30–12:30 PM  ·  $3 COVER
Charged Particles
Charged Particles features three virtuosos creating vital new sounds in the electric jazz arena. Murray Low is a keyboard wizard whose dazzling Latin-jazz technique and imaginative improvisational skills boggle the mind. Aaron Germain is an inventive and sophisticated acoustic and electric bassist. Along with fiery drummer Jon Krosnick, these players are making some of the most electrifying jazz in the country today. The trio's repertoire blends jazz styles with elements from Latin, classical, funk, and more.




SATURDAY, OCTOBER 21 ·  9:30 PM – 12:30  ·  $3 Cover
RMJaZZ Quintet
RMJaZZ was founded in 2008 by 'R', Ron Wetzel, and 'M', Mark Rossi. The varied styles and backgrounds of the Quintet's musicians come together in a delightfully accessible modern jazz sound featuring Mark Rossi's contemporary compositions as well as tunes from the Blue Note Years of the 50s and 60s.
 
Ron Wetzel: Trombone, Mark Rossi: Piano, Mike Young: Saxophone, Karl Hartman: Bass, Jim Thorne: Drums.

 
 

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