COVID 19 INFORMATION
Starting January 3, 2022 we are required by the City of Chicago and Cook County to verify proof of vaccination against Covid-19.
Along with your photo ID, accepted forms of proof will be:
your vaccination card a clear & legible photo of your vaccination card a clear & legible photocopy of your vaccination card a digital record or app such as Vax Verify/MyChart
The state of Illinois also remains under an indoor mask mandate. You will need a mask for entry. We appreciate your cooperation and understanding.

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Whiskey & harmony

Friday January 7

Show: 9:00

Cover: $5

Established in February 2013, Whiskey & Harmony is one of the newest and hottest upcoming country cover band on the Southside of Chicago. We are a female fronted band with amazing harmonies. Inspired by many of your favorite country singers/bands such as Miranda Lambert, Little Big Town, Carrie Underwood, Janice Joplin, Garth Brooks, Johnny Cash, and many many more! We might even throw in some of your favorite rock groups such as Aerosmith and The Beatles from time to time. We are always working hard to learn the songs that you guys want to hear. So requests are ALWAYS welcome. Our goal is to put on the most fun, high energy country show y'all have ever seen.

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The Messengers

Saturday January 8

Show: 9:30

Cover: $5

Night after night... show after show, the Messengers leave audiences dancing, singing and screaming for more. The sound, based on their incredible harmony and raw power, tears through the best pop, rock, and modern country. A huge set list includes everything from Miranda to Mumford... from Queen to Pitbull. Sing-a-long favorites follow unexpected medleys that mix classics with today's current hits. Every show is different, and every night offers another chance to get the message.

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Pop Up Karaoke

Tuesday January 11

Show: 7:30

Cover: Free

Join us for Pop Up Karaoke! No Cover. $6 Old Fashioneds, $5 Craft Drafts and $4 Fireball shots to get you singing!

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David Graham & The Eskimo Brothers

Friday January 14

Show: 10:00

Cover: $12

The Eskimo Brothers are a high energy honky tonk trio based out of Nashville, Tennessee.

This reckless and manic show has been battle tested and polished from over 300 shows a year, both in the honky tonks of Nashville's historic Lower Broadway and and monthly shows in Memphis on Beale St.

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Kurtis James Band

Saturday January 15

Show: 9:30

Cover: $5

Seamlessly weaving together authentic original music with covers of country music legends like Hank Williams, Waylon Jennings, Willie Nelson, and Merle Haggard, the Kurtis James Band will bring you back to the glory days of vinyl-filled Wurlitzers and smoke-filled barrooms. With the clickety-clack rhythms of Johnny Cash, the swinging bass lines of the Bakersfield Sound, the driving drums of the 70s outlaw country movement, and wailing steel guitar reminiscent of the Drifting Cowboys, come remember what made country music great in the first place.

From the Elgin, Il area, the Kurtis James Band is Kurtis James (Guitar and Vocals), Cris Velez (Bass), Rich Becker (Pedal Steel Guitar and Electric Guitar), and Pete Steele (Drums)

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Dan McGuiness

Sunday January 16

Show: 8:30

Cover: FREE SHOW

To call Dan McGuinness a singer is an understatement.

Dan’s voice harkens a listener’s memory back to a time when Blue Eyed Soul ruled the radio. Full and powerful, Dan’s voice can go from edgy and rough to soft and delicate in an instant. His incredible range and perfect pitch are complimented by his expert technique and his soft touch.

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Alexis Bevels' Bingo

Tuesday January 18

Show: 7:30

Cover: Free

Join us for BINGO hosted by America's Queen of Camp, Alexis Bevels! BINGO, live music, great food, top notch safety measures, and it's free to play!

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Drake Milligan

Friday January 21

Show: 9:30

Cover: $8

At only 19 years old, Drake Milligan moved from Fort Worth, Texas to Music City. Armed with an appreciation for the history of country music, Milligan listened intently during co-writes and recording sessions, where songwriters taught him how to tell a story, legendary producers taught him how to use the mics and studio as a vehicle for his voice, seasoned musicians were willing to back the new guy, and his country music heroes shared insightful advice on how to seamlessly shift from the studio and the stage. Now at 23 years old, wisdom instilled, he’s ready to introduce himself to the world with the release of his debut EP, Drake Milligan. The five tracks will be his debut not only as a songwriter but an artist, who works tirelessly to hone his craft. Co-writing every song on the EP, he tapped into different themes to showcase his songwriting talent and vocal chops. Milligan layers the fiddle and steel in the trouble-drowning, alcohol-soaked “Over Drinkin’ Under Thinkin’” and rediscovers the lost art of fast talking in the upbeat, rebellious “Sounds Like Something I’d Do.” But it’s not all up tempo toe-tappers. It’s in the ballads that he really showcases his deep, smooth as silk vocals. “Don’t Look Down” has Milligan painting a picture of falling in love on a dance floor, defying gravity thanks to the honky-tonk’s trusty old jukebox, and “She” is a beautifully simple but emotive depiction of a lovesick boy, listing off everything he loves about a girl. Produced by award-winning industry icon Tony Brown and songwriter/producer Brandon Hood, Drake Milligan’s forthcoming self-titled EP is due out July 23 from BBR Music Group / Stoney Creek Records.

For more information on Drake Milligan, visit: drakemilligan.com

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Drake Milligan

Saturday January 22

Show: 9:30

Cover: $8

At only 19 years old, Drake Milligan moved from Fort Worth, Texas to Music City. Armed with an appreciation for the history of country music, Milligan listened intently during co-writes and recording sessions, where songwriters taught him how to tell a story, legendary producers taught him how to use the mics and studio as a vehicle for his voice, seasoned musicians were willing to back the new guy, and his country music heroes shared insightful advice on how to seamlessly shift from the studio and the stage. Now at 23 years old, wisdom instilled, he’s ready to introduce himself to the world with the release of his debut EP, Drake Milligan. The five tracks will be his debut not only as a songwriter but an artist, who works tirelessly to hone his craft. Co-writing every song on the EP, he tapped into different themes to showcase his songwriting talent and vocal chops. Milligan layers the fiddle and steel in the trouble-drowning, alcohol-soaked “Over Drinkin’ Under Thinkin’” and rediscovers the lost art of fast talking in the upbeat, rebellious “Sounds Like Something I’d Do.” But it’s not all up tempo toe-tappers. It’s in the ballads that he really showcases his deep, smooth as silk vocals. “Don’t Look Down” has Milligan painting a picture of falling in love on a dance floor, defying gravity thanks to the honky-tonk’s trusty old jukebox, and “She” is a beautifully simple but emotive depiction of a lovesick boy, listing off everything he loves about a girl. Produced by award-winning industry icon Tony Brown and songwriter/producer Brandon Hood, Drake Milligan’s forthcoming self-titled EP is due out July 23 from BBR Music Group / Stoney Creek Records.

For more information on Drake Milligan, visit: drakemilligan.com

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Pop Up Karaoke

Tuesday January 25

Show: 7:30

Cover: Free

Join us for Pop Up Karaoke! No Cover. $6 Old Fashioneds, $5 Craft Drafts and $4 Fireball shots to get you singing!

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Riley Brothers

Friday January 28

Show: 9:00

Cover: $5

The Riley Brothers are a guitar and percussion duo performing the best top 40 songs of the 60's through today! Known for their modern acoustic arrangements and tight vocal harmonies, The Rileys are the perfect fit for any venue or event!

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South City Revival

Saturday January 29

Show: 9:30

Cover: $5

Musicians Joe Pacelli (vocals, guitar), John Quinn (guitar), Mike Fitzgerald (bass), Jose Perez (drums), and Brendan Linnane (pedal steel) met in the parking lot of a Western avenue bar and decided they wanted to write songs like Townes Van Zandt and play shows like Bruce Springsteen. They asked each other “what does Chicago country sound like?”—a question that has shaped the sound and aesthetic of South City Revival since its formation. Combining elements of country, rock, and rhythm and blues, the band writes songs that are powerful and sure to make people dance.

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Alexis Bevels' Bingo

Tuesday February 1

Show: 7:30

Cover: Free

Join us for BINGO hosted by America's Queen of Camp, Alexis Bevels! BINGO, live music, great food, top notch safety measures, and it's free to play!

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Grady Spencer & The Work

Friday February 4

Show: 9:30

Cover: $10

Born in Lubbock and raised in the country outside of a town called Paducah, Grady Spencer’s roots dig deep into Texas soil. By day, Spencer is a superintendent for a commercial construction company. By any other time, he’s songwriter and front-man of Grady Spencer & The Work. The Work originally formed in 2013 on the stage of Paradox Church in Fort Worth, Texas. Drummer Blake Sager was joined by bassist Johnny Hatcher in 2016, followed by guitarist Tyler Martin in 2018. The Work’s music reflects its members: honest, good-timing, with a nod to blue-collar roots. In 2013, the band recorded and self-produced its first album at 1916 Studios in Kyle, Texas. Sleep featured Spencer and Trevor Powell on guitar and vocals, Blake Atwell on guitar, Sager on drums, and Josh Brandenburg on bass. The album was released that same year and was the band’s first introduction to the Fort Worth music scene. “Things to Do” was eventually picked up by the Fort Worth Visitors Bureau via Tom Martens, and in 2017 the city sent Spencer and The Work to Niles City Sound to rerecord and release the track as a single. Sophomore record The Line Between was primarily tracked at January Sound in Dallas, Texas. The band worked with Magnolia Records and released the album in 2016. Spencer’s vocals and guitar were once again accompanied by Powell on guitar and Sager on drums, with Steve Moore on bass, producer Ryan Tharp on guitar, and Cody Culberson singing harmonies. This album carried the band beyond Fort Worth city limits—a following started to crop up across the state and numbers rose on streaming platforms, catapulting The Work to their next album.

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Sunfallen

Saturday February 5

Show: 9:00

Cover: $5

SunFallen will take you back a few decades to when live music meant something, not like a group of soccer Dads lip syncing to a karaoke backing track. A time when guitars howled, the base drum kicked, and the vocals of a song took you back to a place you've missed. SunFallen continues to draw loyal fans since their debut in 2009 as well as claim new fans with their signature sound and style. The band covers classic and new Rock.

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The Simple Remedy

Saturday February 12

Show: 9:30

Cover: $5

Founded several years ago by Chicago Singer/Songwriter Edward William Ryan, The Simple Remedy has grown into one of the most reliable acts on the music scene. Featuring Singer/Songwriter Amy Carlson on Vocals, Pat Keiner on Lead Guitar, Mandolin, Steel Guitar and Vocals, Pete Vancura on Bass Guitar and Jamie Gallagher on Drums. Simple Remedy keeps audiences guessing with an exciting mix of Country, Americana and Soul music. Their shows are a genre bending journey through American Music.

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Alexis Bevels' Bingo

Tuesday February 15

Show: 7:30

Cover: Free

Join us for BINGO hosted by America's Queen of Camp, Alexis Bevels! BINGO, live music, great food, top notch safety measures, and it's free to play!

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Giovannie & The Hired Guns

Thursday February 17

Show: 10:00

Cover: $15 in Advance
$18 Day of Show

In the last few years alone, Giovannie & The Hired Guns have grown from a massively beloved local live act to an undeniable new force on the national rock scene. Formed back when frontman Giovannie Yanez was working the counter at a pawnshop, the Stephenville, Texas-based band has amassed millions of streams almost entirely through word-of-mouth, thanks in no small part to their unforgettable live show—an electrifying spectacle that invariably leaves audiences sweat-drenched and ecstatic. With their high-octane collision of rock-and-roll and country, Giovannie & The Hired Guns are now at work on a hotly anticipated new album showcasing their hard-hitting sound, emotionally raw storytelling, and the kind of authentically gritty energy that’s sorely missing from rock music today.

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Dan Whitaker & The Shinebenders

Friday February 18

Show: 10:00

Cover: $5

Singer-songwriter and guitarist Dan Whitaker digs deep into country, folk, blues, and jazz to create his own original sound. He’s equally comfortable crafting intricate bluesy instrumentals along with his character-driven stories set on the road and in honky tonks. When not fronting his honky tonk band The Shinebenders, he performs songs spanning his 30-year career as an independent artist.

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Dry County Line

Saturday February 19

Show: 9:30

Cover: $5

Hellin' from Chicago since 2014, Dry County Line has a strong regard for classic country music, and that's what they love to share. But they like "countrifying" non-country songs too. You never can tell. One thing's for certain, DCL is all about singing (and dancing). With this band, it's harmonize or go home. We'll take the bourbon.

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Rye Davis

Friday February 18

Show: 9:00

Cover: $7

Rye Davis is a modern day troubadour from Pig, Ky. Performing over 150 shows a year both as a headliner and supporting act. In that time he has opened for names like Kendell Marvel, Ward Davis, The Steel Woods, Chris Knight, Brent Cobb, Sunny Sweeney, and Whitey Morgan. He has been an invited performer at Nashville's famous Bluebird Cafe. Brad Paisley gave Rye a big compliment when he said to him, " You sound a lot like Alan Jackson." Rye’s smooth, distinctive vocals, captivating songs and live show energy bring his brand of country music to a whole new generation of growing listeners who never knew what country could be. Armed with a can-do attitude and determination, Rye Davis stands as a beacon of hope for the return of real, down home music.

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Gus Clark & The Least Of His Problems

Thursday February 24

Show: 8:30

Cover: $10

At the tender age of eighteen, the northwest-born crooner Gus Clark hit out to explore the United States with a backpack and a mandolin, cutting his teeth playing on the street and traveling by freight train or the kindness of those still bold enough to pick up a hitchhiker. Emerging over ten years later as an accomplished vocalist and multi-instrumentalist (guitar, accordion, mandolin, and more), he now pays beautiful homage to a deep well of golden-era American music traditions, ranging from pre-WWII blues to 1960s Nashville honky tonk. In a voice that combines unique sincerity with pitch-perfect emotive richness, Clark delivers classic barn-burners, good-time dance tunes, bittersweet heartbreak ballads, and his own originals. His remarkable tenor and powerful musical presence are guaranteed to both wrench hearts and propel listeners onto the dance floor, whether Clark performs solo or backed by his rock-solid honky tonk band. Gus currently resides in the Hill Country of Texas, performing in the area's renowned country dance bars and Americana venues and lighting up its largest festivals with a range of projects as well as national touring. Over the years, he's shared the stage with contemporary greats and up-and-comers such as Jim Lauderdale, Dale Watson, Wayne Hancock, Rosie Flores, Charlie Crockett, Pokey LaFarge, Eilen Jewell, Cactus Blossoms, Jeremy Pinnell, Whitney Rose, Easy Leaves, Jaime Wyatt and many more.