Today's Shows A Taste of the Week

  • Thursday, Jan. 17, 2019

    Reverend Horton Heat

    With their hot-rodded fusion of dazzling high-speed guitar runs, thundering rhythms, high-profile swagger, and lyrical smirk, the Reverend Horton Heat are perhaps the most popular psychobilly artists of all time, their recognition rivaled only by the esteem generated by the genre's founders, the Cramps.

    With Big Sandy, Voodoo Glow Skulls, The Delta Bombers

  • Winger/Firehouse @ Celebrity Theatre Jan. 17
  • Thursday, Jan. 17, 2019

    Ally Venable Band

    The Ally Venable Band played a midnight show at the Rhythm Room in 2018 and returns for a prime time show in 2019. Texas born Ally is not only above her years as a rockin' blues style guitar player, she has a powerful soulful voice. She is backed up by Bobby Wallace and Elijah Owings. Their 2018 album release Puppet Show hit #7 on the Billboard Blues chart. 21+ show

  • Weep and Willow @ Rockbar Inc Jan. 17
  • Savannah King @ Fountain Park - Westgate Jan. 17
  • Ronnie Winters @ Old Town Tavern Jan. 17
  • Thursday, Jan. 17, 2019

    Mustard Plug

    Mustard Plug started out in the punk clubs, basements and dive bars of the Midwest, playing punk influenced ska music during a time most people in the U.S. had never even heard of ska. They clung to a DIY work ethic that had been ingrained in them from growing up in the 1980's hardcore punk scene and applied it to everything they'd do for the next 20 years.

    With THE PHENOMENAUTS and 2 TONE LIZARD KINGS. This show is 21+ Tickets available online and at STINKWEEDS.

  • Thursday, Jan. 17, 2019

    What's The Big Idea and Solomon Trio

    Formed in 2012, What's The Big Idea is a modern jazz trio consisting of drummer David Drew, bassist Josh Kneisel and pianist Michael Kleinschmidt. Local musicians Israel Solomon (percussionist), Carly Bates (pianist) and Armando Salas (saxophonist) formed the Solomon Trio in 2017. Their sound combines genres, with jazz defining their foundation. Their work is heavily influenced by the world around them, everything from bird sounds to recognizable tunes can be heard during their heavily improvised musical sessions. 21+ show

  • Thursday, Jan. 17, 2019


    With LOSER'S WAY HOME, THE MOODY FLORALS, SERENA NICOLLE. This show is all ages. Tickets available online and at STINKWEEDS.

  • Thursday, Jan. 17, 2019

    The Alison Brown Quintet

    Alison Brown doesn’t play the banjo. Alison Brown plays music on the banjo. She’s acclaimed as one of today’s finest progressive banjo players, but you rarely find her in a conventional bluegrass setting. Instead, she’s known for leading an ensemble that successfully marries a broad array of roots-influenced music: folk, jazz, Celtic, and Latin.

    With her new Compass Records project, The Song of the Banjo, the Grammy Award–winning musician/composer/producer/entrepreneur plants another flag in her ongoing journey of sonic exploration.

  • Thursday, Jan. 17, 2019

    The Districts

    It's not uncommon for musicians to grow and evolve between releases -- but even by those standards, The Districts Popular Manipulations is stunning. The Pennsylvania-borne band's third full-length represents an exponential leap in sound and cohesion, an impressive and impassioned burn with a wide scope that threatens to swallow everything else surrounding it. Perhaps it's a cliché to say so, but while listening, you might find yourself wondering why people don't make indie rock like this anymore.

    With Deeper. This show is 16+ Tickets available online or at Stinkweeds Records

  • Thursday, Jan. 17, 2019


    NOBODYS * THE SLEIGHTS * LightSpeedGo * No Gimmick * Skeleton Army

  • Bottom Shelf Bourbon @ Rips Bar Jan. 17
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