Tuesday: The Blasters

The Blasters exemplify the best traditions of American Music, performing with passion and honesty that for over three decades has won the hearts and souls of fans worldwide. Their influences range from the likes of George Jones and Carl Perkins to Ike Turner, Howlin’ Wolf, James Brown and Big Joe Turner, all blending into a sound that ignores the lines between Rock & Roll, Country, Blues and Rockabilly. Fun On Saturday Night (Rip Cat Records) is the Blasters’ sixth and latest studio album, featuring twelve tracks that extend the band’s legacy of classic recordings.

Sounds like: The Stray Cats, Carl Perkins, Southern Culture on the Skids

Friday: Robert Ellis

Robert is an American folk singer-songwriter based in Huston, Texas. His life and his experience shine through in his work; his days growing up in a small industrial town in Texas, his move to Houston, and now as a 24-year-old man, when not on the road performing around the world, living with his wife in Nashville. Ellis’ growth as a man and musician is clear on The Lights From The Chemical Plant, his most recent album release.

Sounds like: Andrew Combs, Lydia Loveless, Nikki Lane

Saturday: Falcon Crest Record Release

Falcon Crest was a band in the early 2000’s to 2011. We were loud.Ben Ivascu (Drums), Ben Stewart (Guitar/Vocals), Brandon Onward (Guitar/Vocals), Pete Biasi (Bass/Vocals).

Sounds like: Malachi Constant, Askeleton, Thunder in the Valley


Sunday: Outlaw Brunch with Bourbon County (early show)

It’s a good ‘ole country brunch, featuring Bourbon County on stage, and breakfast tacos on your plate. We make a darn good Bloody Mary, and can cook up some serious huevos rancheros, so swing in y'all.

Bourbon County Outlaw Country. The songs were about drinking, drugs, hard working men and honky tonk heroes. Waylon and Willie, and The Boys. Ryan Otte, DJ Kukielka, Sean Hoffman.

Sunday: Eliot Sumner (evening show)

Born in northern Italy on July 30, 1990, Eliot Pauline Sumner received a first-rate musical education from her father, Sting. She grew up in a small village in Wiltshire, England, and kept herself largely removed from the glamour and glitz of her father’s career. By her mid-teens, however, “Coco” Sumner had taken a cue from her dad by composing reggae-flavored songs of her own, many of which were posted to her MySpace page. Several labels took interest in the material, and she subsequently signed a multi-album deal with Island Records.After spending a couple of years working on new songs, in 2014 Sumner announced that she would henceforth release music under her birth name. The Information EP arrived that August. A pair of songs from that debut EP eventually made their way to her first proper solo full-length, also titled Information, which was released in January of 2016.

Blog by Ellie Moonen