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Chesapeake Music Guide

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WHAT’S THE BUZZ? Dear CMG Readers, Before I get to “what’s happening” I am pleased to announce that a complete copy of the August edition of CMG can be found and viewed on our website! Articles, calendar and all the ads can be found at www.chesapeakemusicguide.com. Thanks to Mary Bryan for helping me make to make this possible.

which garnered an impressive #3 spot on David Dye’s Top 10 Albums for 2009 (WXPN/The World Café). It’s Lewis’ no-holds-barred delivery that draws comparisons to Otis Redding and Wilson Pickett with the LA Times proclaiming, “Forget neo-soul — this is “Yeow! soul.” Energized from a busy summer tour including appearances at Bonnaroo and The All Good Festival, Baltimore’s own THE BRIDGE make their debut appearance at Hot August. The band’s cult-like following is far reaching thanks to their popular release, Blind Man’s Hill (Hyena Records). All About Jazz.com sums them up best when they write, “More soulful and funky than many in its genre, the band writes gutsy yet melodic songs infused with a Southern, red-clay spirit that fills the slot between the grinding, blues-based North Mississippi All Stars, the New Orleans R&B tinge of the Radiators and Little Feat’s gruff, expressive groove.”

August is packed full of live music performances. Shows range from free local music in the parks to full-blown concerts featuring national acts and the most unique festivals in the mid-Atlantic region. The Chesapeake Music Guide will be in attendance at several of these events so please stop by and visit us at our booth. We will be set up the Hot August Blues If you’re thinking of Festival on Aug. 21 and again on showing up late, think Aug. 28 at the Annapalooza Music again. You won’t want to and Arts Festival. We will be miss local blues belter showing off our new t-shirts and Jackie Scott & the offering many giveaways, just for Housewreckers, who stopping by, so be sure to come find made the Baltimore Blues us and say hello. Last month I was Society proud when they at the Counting Crows show at Pier represented the tri-state Six Pavillion and plan on making Maybe Not Even area at this year’s 26 th it to a few more this season. They Maybe Not Even is a blues-rock band from Annapolis. have an incredible line-up and the Maybe Not Even is known for their impressive live perfor- Annual International place is such a cool venue. Get mances and their fusion of many musical genres including Blues Challenge in Memphis, TN. there early and try to find street rock, blue-eyed soul and pop music. parking because the parking WTMD’s John Mathews The Rockfish 3rd Annual Seafood Fest, Sunday Aug. 29th garages will hit you up for $20.00! will emcee the event, with Timing and planning is all that’s needed to save on this additional performers scheduled including the ever-popular expense. CMG will then be back at Sandy Point State Park team of stilt walkers. And you’ll once again find local for the Maryland Seafood Festival on September 10, 11 & bluesman Choo Choo Charlie Williams hosting a harmonica 12th. The Seafood Fest not only offers some of the best seafood workshop at the the Kids Korner. More food and beverage dishes but the finest live music in the area as well. Jimmie’s vendors have been added and ample free parking will be Chicken Shack, The Reagan Years and Kelly Bell Band, just provided. to name a few, are at this year’s festival. Check their website With last year’s attendance far exceeding expectations, for the complete schedule of entertainment and other event organizer Brad Selko is gearing up for another stellar activities, www.mdseafoodfestival.com. Speaking of seafood turnout. “Every year we strive to improve,” notes Selko “and festivals, The Rockfish will host their 3rd Annual Seafood Fest this year is no exception. We’re ready for the 18th Annual on Sunday, August 29th. Where else can you hear seven Hot August Blues & Roots Festival and hope you are too.” bands for seven bucks? Bands like Maybe Not Even, Skribe, Michael Butler’s Trio and others are scheduled to play. It all Funds raised benefit Common Ground On the Hill, the starts at noon at the Rockfish in Eastport. They will be serving Baltimore Blues Society, and Marcia’s Kids Endowment for up great food including crabs and hamburgers. There is a the Arts. moonbounce for the kids and it’s all for a good cause, our 18th Annual Hot August Blues & Roots Festival FAQ’s beloved Chesapeake Bay! Looking forward to seeing you at Date: August 21, 2010 • Gates: 11:30 am some of these great shows. Becky Lineup: Lyle Lovett & His Large Band • Keb’ Mo’ • Black TH LYLE L OVETT AND HIS LARGE BAND PLAY THE 18 ANNUAL Joe Lewis & the Honeybears • Jackie Greene • Jackie Scott & the Housewreckers HOT AUGUST BLUES & ROOTS FESTIVAL Tickets: Advance (6/9 until day of show) $40.00 • Day of For almost two decades Hot August Blues & Roots Festival Show $50.00 has brought the best in blues, roots and Americana music to Location: Oregon Ridge Park 13401 Beaver Dam Road Baltimore, making it a Mid-Atlantic favorite among music Cockeysville, MD 21030 • Parking: Free lovers of all ages. Now celebrating its 18th year, the tradition Restrictions: No video recording, food, cans, bottles or continues as Lyle Lovett and his Large Band headline the coolers. No re-entry. No tailgating. No pets. show scheduled for Saturday, August 21 at Oregon Ridge Lodging: (Hotel) Embassy Suites Baltimore North Hunt Valley Park in Cockeysville, MD. 213 International Circle Hunt Valley, MD 21030 410-584Four-time Grammy Award-winner, LYLE L OVETT is certain to 1400 (Camping/RV’s) Morris Meadows Recreation Farm delight festival goers as he leads his Large Band through a 1523 Freeland Road Freeland, MD 21053 800-643-7056 varied repertoire of big band, blues, western swing, folk, jazz, Info: hotaugustblues.com • Brad Selko 1-877-321-FEST country, and gospel, including tunes found on his latest release, The Chesapeake Bay Blues Festival 2010 UPDATE! Force of Nature (Curb/Lost Highway). Lovett is a generous performer, giving concert-goers their money’s worth with Chesapeake Bay Blues Festival Raises Over $50,000 for Charity lengthy sets replete with humorous and engaging banter. It’s Chesapeake Bay Events, Inc. (CBE) is pleased to announce these shows that have, in part, endeared him to fans across all that more than $50,000 was raised for the four charities genres and raised Lovett to almost cult-like status. The Houston that it supports. Despite a sluggish economy, the Blues Music Review sums it up best, “If you’re not a Lyleist by now Festival was declared a success by the producer and founder Don Hooker. “It’s always a gamble, particularly in the current you will be after seeing one of his live shows.” economic atmosphere, whether we will attain our goal or Beloved bluesman KEB’ MO’ will charm audience members go into the red”. with his captivating brand of storytelling through song. His is held at Sandy Point State a compelling cross-genre blend of Delta blues mixed with The festival was a two day event nd Park in Annapolis on May 22 and 23 rd of this year. Featured folk, country and rock, delivered with distinctive and expressive vocals. Most recently you may have noticed Keb’s performers included Blues legend and multiple Grammy appearance in the viral video sensation, One Love (Play for a winner Buddy Guy, rock and roll icon Chuck Berry, Jimmie Vaughan, Shemekia Copeland, the Yardbirds and many Change) as seen on YouTube. He also has a new CD, Live & more. Mo’ on his privately owned Yolabelle International label. Proceeds are being distributed to We Care and Friends, a Expect BLACK JOE LEWIS & the Honeybears to wow the crowd local Annapolis charity founded by Larry Griffin. Special with their unique brand of high-intensity, horn-fueled soul. Olympics of Maryland, Camp Face and Special Love. The Austin, TX- based outfit has been busy touring in support of their release, Tell ‘Em What Your Name Is! (Lost Highway),

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Live Music Calendar Mon 8/2 O’Briens

Wed 8/4 49 West

Castlebay Mixed Business

Open Mic

Starr’s Jazz Jam

Delta Blues

Rams Head Live

Beach Cove

The Rhythm Handlers

The Dead Weather

Open Blues Jam

E. Democratic Club

Rams Head Savage

Castlebay

Blues Jam w/ Dean

Open Mic

Mike Waskey

Irish Channel

Rams Head Tavern

Ebb Tide

Brian Gaffney 6:30p

Sweet Leda 5p

Jay’s Band

Kaufmann’s

Stan & Joe’s

Heroes

Jeff Bradbury

Open Mic

Tues 8/3

49 West Unified Jazz Ensemble

Fish Head Cantina Band Audition Night!

Martini’s Open Acoustic 7p

Middleton Tavern Dana B.

O’Briens John Tagliari

Pier Six Pavillion Goo Goo Dolls

Rams Head Live Silverstein

Rams Head Savage Open Mic 7p

Rams Head Tavern Matt McConville 5p • Swamp Candy 10p

Rockfish Shawn Owen

Whiskey, The Open Mic

Meg & Bryan

Lure’s Bar & Grill

Kaufmann’s

Angie Miller

Shawn Owen

Market Street

Market Street

Free Range Pickin

Open Mic

Martini’s

Middleton Tavern

Open Jam 9p

Brian, Mary & Neal

Middleton Tavern

Old Bowie Grille

Magic Bus

Blues JAM

O’Briens

Rams Head on Stage

Rhythm Method

Alex Band

Old Bowie Grille

Rams Head Tavern

Open Mic

Doug Day 5p

Rams Head Live

Recher Theatre

White Knuckles

Rockfish

Lure’s Bar & Grill

Bay Bridge Marina

Green Beets

Pilgrim & Trout

Hot Butter Nuggets

Stan & Joe’s

Mangos Bar & Grille

Big Mary’s

Higher Hands

Rich Mascari

Vicki Roberts Band

Waterman’s

Market Street

Brian Boru

Captain Dave 7p

Run To Daylight

Meg & Angie

Whiskey, The

Martini’s

Calypso Bay

Maybe Not Even

Eddie Elliot

Backstage Pass

Maryland Hall

Cancun Cantina

Minsarah Jazz Trio of Israeli 7p FREE

country: Richie Fields

Fr Frii 8/6

49 West Jeff Archer

Annapolis Towne Center

Avalon Theatre (SLR) The Cousins

Jason Castro • The Maine 7p

Rams Head Tavern

Whiskey, The

Recher Theatre

Mike Pinto

Thur 8/5

49 West Rob Levit Trio

Pressing Strings 5p Secondhand Serenade

Red Eye’s Rob Byer Band

Roadhouse Peterbuilt

Old Bowie Grille Freestate Houserockers

Perry’s

Bamboo Bernies

Sons of the Radio

Tripwire

Proud Mary’s

Brian Boru

Jack Selway 7:30p

Justin Ryan

Rams Head Live

Cancun Cantina deck: One Louder

Rome Apart and Sky Came Burning

country: Richie Fields

Rams Head on Stage

Carpenter Street Guilty Pleasure

The Australian Bee Gees Mike Sharp 7p

Acoustic Slam Competition

Lloyd Dobler Effect

Rockfish Six Flags America

Night Cat

Armadillos

Rams Head on Stage Castlebay Rams Head Savage

Todd Miller Band

Rob Levit Trio 7:30p

Secondhand Serenade Jordan Page

Middleton Tavern

Steve Heller

Characters Shannon

Delta Blues Stacy Brooks Blues Band

Fish Head Cantina Never Never

Harbor Shack

Delta Blues The Rhythm Handlers

Ebb Tide Harbor Cats

Fish Head Cantina

Stan & LeeAnne

Roadhouse

Harbor Shack

Tommy Lepson Band

Witch Doktors

Rockfish

Irish Channel

Doug Segree Band

Brian Gaffney 6:30p • late nite: Danger Barbie

Sandbaggers Synfuse

Jetty

Shore House

Dave & Styx 2-6p • Faded Image 8p

Whiskey, The

Kaufmann’s Sloe Jim & the Madman

Lure’s Bar & Grill Pete Best

Mangos Bar & Grille Relicoustic

Mike Hines & the Look

Jimmie & Sooks

Whispers

Middleton Tavern

Cruise

Off the Hook

Sa t 8/7 Sat

Kaufmann’s Mike Butler

49 West

Lily Pad Café

Justin Trawick

Chris Nicholson

Bamboo Bernies ICU

Rebecca Loebe

New Deal Café TV John • Paul Mulcahy • David Baldwin 11a-1p

Night Cat Paleface

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Martini’s

Blues Deville

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Cheshire Crab

Pasadena • Jackmove • Cool Kid Collective • Tsunami Rising

Jetty

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Griffin’s Grill

Samo Reggae

Brian Gaffney 6:30p late nite: Band of Thieves

Characters

Fabulous Disasters

Waterman’s

Irish Channel

Mike Waskey

Reckless Ric’s

Broadcasting

Meg & Angie

Castlebay

Trailer Park Troubadours

Vera’s

Heroes

Blind Willie

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Perry’s Mr. Butler Trio

Quiet Waters Park The Cheaters 6p

Rams Head Live Hollywood Nights

Rams Head on Stage Slim Man

Blues Jam 8p

Madi Diaz

Whispers

Rams Head Savage

Riot House

Mon 8/9

49 West 12 Voices

O’Briens Open Mic

Bay Bridge Marina Grill

Night Cat

Whiskey, The

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Rams Head Live Colbie Caillat

Rams Head on Stage Los Lobos

Rams Head Tavern Sweet Leda 5p

Rams Head Savage Wasabi

Recher Theatre Ballyhoo & Mike Pinto

Reckless Ric’s

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Hot Buttered Nuggets Sean Pelan Hot Tub Limo Nothing Coming Trifecta Mike & Keri

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Red Eye’s Denny Grizzle 2p • Alive N Kickin 8p

Roadhouse John Bell Trio

Rockfish Higher Hands

Sam’s Waterfront Dick Rausch Duo

Sandbaggers The Cry Wolf Band

Shore House Trademark

Sonoma’s No Pantz Dance

Stan & Joe’s Maybe Not Even

Waterman’s Flashback

Whiskey, The Jr. Cline’s Blues Review

Sun 8/8

49 West Swing Brothers 4p

Avalon Theatre Peppermint Pipers

Big Owl Tiki Bar Mike & Keri 3p

Cheshire Crab Coastal Flats 3p

Federal House Linwood Battle brunch

Fish Head Cantina Bossman • Mullyman

Jetty Uncle Jack 2-6p • Goodman & Guilliams 7p

Night Cat

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Rams Head Tavern Pub: The Geckos 7p

Red Eye’s Thrill 2p

Stan & Joe’s Rhythm Method

Timmy O’Bryan’s Hot Tub Limo

Vera’s Crushing Day

Waterman’s Ayars Trio 1p

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Stan & Joe’s

Rams Head Live

Open Mic

For the Love of It Tour

Tues 8/10

49 West Unified Jazz Ensemble

Annapolis City Dock Electric Brigade 7:30p

Fish Head Cantina Band Audition Night!

Martini’s Open Acoustic 7p

Middleton Tavern Dana B.

Night Cat

Castlebay

Rams Head Tavern Matt McConville 5p • Swamp Candy 10p

Rockfish Shawn Owen

Stan & Joe’s John Pyle

Whiskey, The

Jeff Washington Band

Martini’s

Martini’s

Meg & Bryan

Jayme & Minus One

Delta Blues

Kaufmann’s

Middleton Tavern

Middletons Tavern

Jim Bennett/Lady Mary &Unique Creation Band

Ebb Tide

Shawn Owen

Harry Traynham

American Standard

Middleton Tavern

Old Bowie Grille

Night Cat

Open Mic

O’Briens

Rams Head on Stage Old Bowie Grille

Oren’s Music Duo

The Outlaws

Lady Rose Band

Old Bowie Grille

Rams Head Savage

Perry’s

Dave Majerowicz 7p

Greg Phillips Duo 7:30p

Red Eye’s

Rams Head Live

49 West Frank & Amy

Doug Day 5p

Peterbuilt

O’Briens

Beach Cove

Rockfish

Roadhouse

Kajun Kelley

Open Blues Jam

Jay & Larry

Kajun Kelley Duo

Whiskey, The

Rockfish

Cheaters (unplugged)

Thur 8/12

49 West Rob Levit Trio

Castlebay Mixed Business

Delta Blues E. Democratic Club

West Street, Annapolis

Kevin Lebling LIVE

at the Rams Head Shorehouse on Kent Island Friday August 20

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Avalon Theatre (SLR)

Lure’s Bar & Grill

Halley Devestern

Aug. 7-

Harbor Cats

Aug. 14-

Marvin James

Aug. 21-

Swamp Dog

Aug. 28-

Cahoots

Sept. 4-

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Meg & Angie Nick & Andy Dana B. Justin Ryan Meg & Angie

Bamboo Bernies Surreal

Bay Bridge Marina Sean Pelan

Big Mary’s Coastal Flats

Brian Boru Jordan Page

Cancun Cantina deck: Stiff Richard country: Walk In’s Welcome Whiskey Train

Castlebay Mike Waskey

Delta Blues Lisa Lim and Over the Limit

Fish Head Cantina Everybody Wants Some

Harbor Shack Harbor Town Band

Heroes Nick & Andy

Irish Channel Brendan Pelan 6:30p

Jetty Bling

Jimmie & Sooks Bad Mojo

Kaufmann’s Mitch & Josh

DJ Folly 80’s Dance

48 Draft Beers! Imports & Domestics

Roadhouse Dan Haas

Rockfish Tom Boyton’s Remnants

Sandbaggers Knock-Off Ned

Shore House Joe Martone

Sonoma’s Outbreak

Stan & Joe’s The Shatners

Vera’s Still Counting

Waterman’s The Movies

Whiskey, The

Lily Pad Café Greg Meisner

Lure’s Bar & Grill Ryan Bradford

Flashback

Irish Channel Brendan Pelan 6:30p late nite: Off the Boat

Jimmie & Sooks Mike Elzey Band

Kaufmann’s Mike Butler

Lure’s Bar & Grill Jon Fritz

Martini’s Spin Cycle

Middletons Tavern Rob Thorworth

Night Cat Angel Band

No Place Mike Baker & Blue Smoke

Old Bowie Grille Ladies Sing the Blues

Perry’s Oracle

Quiet Waters Park Georgia Lea & SCC 6p

Rams Head Live Mobtown Music Fest

Rams Head Savage Captain Jack

The Cheaters Led Zepplin Tribute w/ Niki Bar & Lazlo Lee

Rams Head on Stage

Whispers

Reckless Ric’s

New Censation

One More Round

Sa t 8/14 Sat

Carpenter Street

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Live Music

HAPPY HOURS

Michael McHenry Tribe

Irish Channel

Hall Vote

The Solution

Whiskey, The

Hot Club of DC

Kaufmann’s

Reckless Ric’s Red Eye’s

Blues Jam w/ Dean Brendan Pelan 6:30p

Shelby Lynne

Captain Dave 7p

Fr Frii 8/13

Harbor Shack

Goodman & Guilliams 26p • Stiff Richard 8p

Demon Hunter

Grilled Lincolns

Hotbox • Broken Coast • Old Line Regulars

Rams Head on Stage

Stan & Joe’s Waterman’s

Fish Head Cantina

Jetty

Recher Theatre

Cross Kentucky

Marvin James

2U - The World’s Greatest U2 Tribute

Higher Hands

The Rhythm Handlers

Stan & Joe’s Saloon

Proud Mary’s

Pressing Strings 5p

Cedric Burnside • Lightnin’ Malcom

Every Monday 9:30 pm

New South

Ray Wylie Hubbard

Rams Head Tavern

Open Mic Night

Damon Fowler Group

Brian, Mary & Neal

Rams Head on Stage Rams Head Tavern

Wed 8/11

Cheshire Crab

Open Jam 9p

Blues JAM

Jarflys

Market Street

Chris English

Wonderview 3p Danny Dolin & First Class 7p

Mike Waskey

Rams Head on Stage Heroes Anders Osborne

Market Street

49 West Dick Morgan & Dave Einhorn

Apehangers Locked & Loaded

Avalon Theatre (SLR)

Last Train Home

Red Eye’s Dave & Styx 2p • What Mama Said 8p

Roadhouse Dave DeMarco

Rockfish Sammie & the Pirates

Eric Byrd Trio

Sam’s Waterfront

Bamboo Bernies

Karla Chisholm

Starcrush

Bay Bridge Marina

Sandbaggers The REC

Hot Tub Limo

Shore House

Big Mary’s

Cuzzin Mark & Sean

Off the Hook

Brian Boru

Sonoma’s Till September

Van Meter

Stan & Joe’s

Cancun Cantina

Dirty City

country: Walk Ins Welcome

Vera’s

Carpenter Street

Waterman’s

MPP

Blake Thompson Band

Castlebay

Whiskey, The

Surreal

Mixed Business

All Mighty Senators

Characters

Whispers

Tommy Lepson

New Censation


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Staying Cool at the Coolest Show of the Year, Annapalooza Music & Arts Festival It’s been a record-setting hot summer, but Annapalooza is right around the corner to squelch the heat. Or raise the roof, depending on your point of view. On Saturday August 28, 2010 from noon to 10pm at the Anne Arundel County Fairgrounds, this first of its kind outdoor music Bill Kirchen • 4:30pm Stage I and arts festival gets underway, celebrating the rich, homegrown, professional talent of the Chesapeake and mid-Atlantic region — with Annapalooza site by going to: annapalooza.org/ three stages and 23 bands playing various genres band-line-up and clicking on the YouTube icons. from jazz, reggae, rock and ska to blues, bluegrass, The event has been embraced by the arts community and area businesses. Renowned local and rockabilly. The misting tents will be in place, as will the guitar maker Paul Reed Smith, whose factory’s cocktail lounge and beer truck, offering various options for relief. Absolut Vodka sponsors Stage III, or “Absolut Alley”, featuring specialty

Stage I noon - Summer of Rock” contest winners 1:30p - Afro Bop Alliance 3:00p - The Cheaters 4:30p - Bill Kirchen 6:30p - Pietasters 8:30p - Soja

Stage II

noon - Unified Jazz Ensemble 1:30p - Jarflys Mambo Sauce • 6:00pm Stage II

cocktails from local bars and restaurants. Expect plenty of fun and surprises in this area, including games, while being entertained by popular favorites Skribe, Bay Jazz Project featuring Justine Miller, Annapolis Bluegrass Coalition, Gary Wright & Leah Weiss, Rhythm Method featuring the “Annapolis Idol” winner, Higher Hands, Pressing Strings, Dean Rosenthal Blues Review, Sweet Leda and Wax. Woodchuck Hard Cider sponsors Stage II where Unified Jazz Ensemble, Jarflys, Blue Miracle, Grilled Lincolns, Mambo Sauce and The Bridge entertain the crowd. Headlining on the main stage (Stage I) are the Grammy-award winning Afro Bop Alliance, The Cheaters, Pietasters, legendary guitarist Bill Kirchen, and SOJA — fresh off their European tour. In addition, two local youth bands will win the coveted opportunity to open this stage in the “Summer of Rock” competition currently being held on Sunday evenings at The Whiskey.

3:00p - Blue Miracle 4:30p - Grilled Lincolns

Many local businesses are also partnering with the event and will participate in “Absolut Alley”. Vending opportunities are still available to support this important community event and can be found on the website. In addition to the music scene, Annapolis is rich with galleries, so the event was also founded to feature creative art. Forty local merchants are expected and will provide demonstrations and items for purchase. Creations include jewelry, photographs, glass, pottery Gary & Leah • 3:00pm Stage III and wood from many of this region’s well known artisans. There may even be a few offerings expanding the idea of “art”! Annapalooza will be held at the Anne Arundel County Fairgrounds, 1450 Generals Highway (Rt. 178), Crownsville, MD 21032. Bring a lawn chair, beach towel or comfy blanket and enjoy the music while sampling delicious eats from local vendors and restaurants, along with plenty of beer and specialty cocktails. Come out to celebrate summer’s end, and show your support for local musicians and artists. Help Annapolis establish itself as a nationally

6:00p - Mambo Sauce 8:00p - The Bridge

Stage III

noon - Rhythm Method 1:00p - Bay Jazz Project feat. Justine Miller 2:00p - Annapolis Bluegrass Coalition 3:00p - Gary Wright & Leah Weiss 4:00p - Skribe 5:00p - Higher Hands 6:00p - Pressing Strings 7:00p - Dean Rosenthal Blues Review 8:00p - Sweet Leda 9:00p - Wax

roots are in Annapolis, has offered one of his epic PRS guitars for the festival. One lucky person will win the guitar by either pre-purchasing a ticket and automatically being entered into the raffle, or waiting until the day of the event and purchasing raffle tickets. PRS is also supplying backline equipment from their new state-of-the-art PRS Amplifier line.

Bay Jazz Project • 1:00pm Stage III

recognized cultural center and festival destination. Tickets are on sale now for $20/per person, and will be available at the gate for $25 if not sold out prior. Tickets can be purchased at www.annapalooza.org, The Whiskey (1803 West Street, Annapolis, Maryland) and from other sponsoring organizations.

To run a festival of this size, numerous volunteers are still needed. All day-of event volunteers will receive a ticket to the event, an exclusive event T-shirt to be worn at the event, a drink, and special Other Sponsors parking after attending include: Jim Beam, one mandatory training Red Bull, Miller Beer, session. For more details, SOJA • 8:30pm Stage I Comcast, M&T Bank, please visit the website Sweet Leda • 8:00pm Stage III Sigma Engineering, and complete the volunteer application at The Whiskey, Chesapeake Shotcrete, annapalooza.org/get-involved/volunteer or email For those not familiar with all the performers, Chesapeake Music Guide, Lafayette Federal your name, address, phone number, email, and the producers have made it easy for you, utilizing Credit Union, Bay Tunes Guitars, Severn t-shirt size to Maureen Peterson, Volunteer social media. Check out videos on the Savings Bank, Bank Annapolis, Halo Color Coordinator, at annapalooza.inc@gmail.com. Salon, and Annapolis Back & Neck Center.

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Old Dog Photography Documentary & event coverage

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Sun 8/15

Tues 8/17

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Jen & Larry 4p • Mickey Basil Group 7p

Unified Jazz Ensemble

Big Owl Tiki Bar Mike Lange 3p

Calypso Bay Vicky Roberts Band 3p

Cheshire Crab Danny Dolin /1st Class 3p

Federal House Linwood Battle brunch

Jetty David Booth Mon 2p • Beach Bums 7p

Osteria 177 Rick Goldstein Jazz 1p

Pier Six Pavillion STS9 w/ RJD2

Rams Head on Stage

Fish Head Cantina

Rockfish Jordan Page

Whiskey, The Higher Hands uplugged

Thur 8/19

Band Audition Night!

Martini’s

49 West

Open Acoustic 7p

Rob Levit Trio

Middleton Tavern

Avalon Theatre (SLR)

Dana B.

Jason Weems Comedy

O’Briens

Castlebay

Dylan Galvin

Mixed Business

Rams Head on Stage E. Democratic Club Dave Mason

Blues Jam w/ Dean

Rams Head Tavern

Irish Channel

Matt McConville 5p • Swamp Candy 10p

Pete Baker 6:30p

Rockfish

Kaufmann’s Nautical Wheelers

Shawn Owen

Lure’s Bar & Grill

Whiskey, The

Josh & Mitch

Yellow Dubmarine

Wed 8/18

Market Street

Yoso Feat. Bobby Kimball of Toto and Tony Kaye & Billy Sherwood of Yes

49 West

Rams Head Tavern

Starr’s Jazz Jam

Open Jam 9p

Pub: The Geckos 7p

Beach Cove

Middleton Tavern

Recher Theatre

Open Blues Jam

Magic Bus

Volbeat

Castlebay

Night Cat

Red Eye’s

Mike Waskey

Michael Butler

Junkfood 2p

Heroes

Old Bowie Grille

Stan & Joe’s

Meg & Bryan

Open Mic

MC Blues

Kaufmann’s

Rams Head Live

Timmy O’Bryan’s

Shawn Owen

Cool Kid Collective

Hot Tub Limo

Middleton Tavern

Rams Head on Stage

Waterman’s

Brian, Mary & Neal

Martini’s

Ewabo 1p

O’Briens

Whiskey, The

Rhythm Method

Blues Jam 8p

Mon 8/16

49 West Ben’s Bones

O’Briens Open Mic

Dave Tieff

Chris Smither & The Motivators

Rams Head Savage

Old Bowie Grille Blues JAM

Rams Head on Stage Beth Orton

Rams Head Tavern

Kajun Kelley 7p

Rams Head Tavern Pressing Strings 5p

Red Eye’s Dean Crawford

Doug Day 5p

Rams Head on Stage Tingstad & Rumbel

Rams Head Tavern Sweet Leda 5p

Stan & Joe’s Open Mic

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Roadhouse

Recher Theatre

Martini’s

Joe Martone

Victims of Experience

Jordan Page

Rockfish

Reckless Ric’s

Middletons Tavern

Bumpin’ Uglies • Bad Dawgs

Drunken Uncles

Jeff Miller Band

Red Eye’s

Night Cat

Betty Ford Dropouts

Tony Lucca • Ernie Halter

Roadhouse

Old Bowie Grille

Reggie Wayne Morris

The Nighthawks

Stan & Joe’s Higher Hands

Waterman’s Captain Dave 7p

Whiskey, The Pasadena

Fr Frii 8/20

49 West

Rockfish Doug Segree Band

Shore House Kevin Lebling

Sonoma’s

American Roots

Sandra Dean Band

Annapolis Towne Center

Stan & Joe’s

Swingin’ Swamis

Vera’s

Apehangers

Outbreak

High Wire

Waterman’s

Bamboo Bernies

Blind Wille

Broadcast

Whiskey, The

Brian Boru Dan Haas

The NoWhere Men • Crayfish

Cancun Cantina

Whispers

deck: Tripwire

Guthrie Matthews Method

Under Pressure

Sa t 8/21 Sat

country: Dallas Band

Oregon Ridge Park Hot August Blues - Keb Moe • Lyle Lovett hotaugustblues.com

Perry’s Guilty As Charged

Quiet Waters Park Lennard Jack & Fusion 5:30p

Rams Head Savage Pilgrim & Trout

Rams Head on Stage The Rippingtons

Recher Theatre

Carpenter Street

49 West

Left of Center

Primitive Minds

Fair Green

Castlebay

Apehangers

Reckless Ric’s

TBA

Impact 3p

Dave DeMarco

Characters

Bamboo Bernies

Red Eye’s

Deadwood

Screaming Broccoli

Delta Blues

Bay Bridge Marina

Live Blues Performance

Nothing Coming

Fish Head Cantina

Brian Boru

TBA

Jeff Harding

Griffin’s Grill

Calypso Bay

Stan & LeeAnne

Moe Stringz 3p

Harbor Shack

Cancun Cantina

Mama’s Night Out

country: Dallas Band

Heroes

Carpenter Street

Dana B.

Three Penny Opera

Irish Channel

Castlebay

Pete Baker 6:30p

Mike Waskey

late nite: No Pets For Noah

Characters

Jetty No Pants Dance

Jimmie & Sooks

Justin Pokrywka

Cheshire Crab Mook Jones 3p • Rebound 7p

Keri & Mike 2p • Road Soda 8p

Roadhouse City Slicker

Rockfish Rhythm Method

Sam’s Waterfront Dick Rausch Duo

Shore House Mark Desrochers

Sonoma’s Synfuse

Stan & Joe’s We’re Not Handsome

Vera’s U2 Tribute Band

Waterman’s Glass Onion

Whiskey, The

Zero to None

Delta Blues

Kaufmann’s

Steve Potter Blues Band

Ballyhoo!

Ebb Tide

Whispers

Mike Butler

Lure’s Bar & Grill

Swamp Dog

Ed Pasa

Fish Head Cantina

Market Street

DNL Baltimore Presents

Sweet Leda

Harbor Shack

Martini’s

Jack the Penguin

Raina Rose

Irish Channel

Middletons Tavern

Pete Baker 6:30p

Dirty City

late nite: Kajun Kelley

Night Cat

Jetty

Cheers Elephant

Dave & Styx 2-6p • The Reagan Years 8p

Old Bowie Grille Hot Buttered Nuggets

Jimmie & Sooks

Perry’s

Jackson Monsour

Bobby & the Believers

Sun 8/22

49 West Swing Brothers 7p

Big Owl Tiki Bar Chris Sacks 3p

Cheshire Crab Don’t Tell 3p

Fish Head Cantina Definite Maybe • Bond & Bentley • Strange Room

Jetty Jim Morris 2p • Goodman & Guilliams 7p

Plowboy

Kaufmann’s

Proud Mary’s

Mitch & Josh

Osteria 177

Lure’s Bar & Grill

Rick Goldstein Jazz 1p

Matt Baron 7:30p

Dave Tieff

Pier Six Pavilion

Josh Gracin

Market Street

Mixfest

Rams Head on Stage

Guthrie Matthews Method

Rams Head Live

Charlie Mars

Proud Mary’s Hash 4p

The NoWhere Men

a 12-piece, blueeyed soul band out of Wheaton, Maryland will be holding their 40Year Reunion on Friday, August 20 th from 9:00 p.m. to 1:00 a.m. with Bowie’s own “Crayfish” at “The Whiskey” in Annapolis. Tickets are available through their website www.thewhiskeyannapolis.com and also at the door for $10.

History of The NoWhere Men

The Washington Metropolitan area for years has been notorious for its musical talents. The area became a melting pot for all genres. There wasn’t a night club around that didn’t offer live entertainment and hosted big name artists from afar as well as its strong local talents. Depending on your taste in music, be it pop, rhythm & blues or soul you were able to find it all and within a close proximity of one another. Having this exposure any night of the week has provided us all with enjoyable memories. So start toe tapping your way back to the 60’s. The NoWhere Men were formed in the early 1960's. They were young men who got together from different parts of the Washington Metropolitan Area and they were not even old enough to drive. Supportive parents and older siblings would witness the music they made coming from their basements and garages and offered to drive them to their performances. The NoWhere Men became one of the hottest and funkiest groups ever to hit the D.C. music scene providing blue-eyed soul with rich harmonies unsurpassed in the area. Their cover tunes encompassed a wide array of music popular at the time to include Blood, Sweat and Tears, Chicago, The Ides of March, The Temptations, Four Tops, Parliament, Sam & Dave, James Brown, Tom Jones, Clarence Carter, as well as rich melodic groups and performers like The 5th Dimension, Gary Puckett and the Union Gap, The Grass Roots, The Associations, Bill Deal & The Rhondells, Guess Who, Righteous Brothers, etc. to name just a few.

Rams Head on Stage Justin Nozuka 12:30p • Bonnie Prince & The Cairo Gang 8p

Middleton Tavern

Old Bowie Grille

Dana B.

Blues JAM

Rams Head Tavern

O’Briens

Rams Head Tavern

Kajun Kelley

Doug Day 5p

Pier Six Pavillion

Rockfish

Jackson Browne

Bumpin Uglies

Rams Head Live

Whiskey, The

Tears for Fears

The Cheaters uplugged

Pub: The Geckos 7p

Red Eye’s The Scotts 2p

Timmy O’Bryan’s Hot Tub Limo

Waterman’s

Rams Head on Stage

D’Vibe & Conga 1p

BeauSoleil Avec Michael Doucet

Whiskey, The

Rams Head Tavern

Blues Jam 8p

Matt McConville 5p • Swamp Candy 10p

Mon 8/23

49 West Tom Lagana

O’Briens Open Mic

Rams Head Savage Open Mic 7p

Rams Head on Stage

Rockfish Shawn Owen

Stan & Joe’s John Pyle

Whiskey, The Open Mic

Wed 8/25

Scott Kirby Band

49 West

Rams Head Tavern

Starr’s Jazz Jam

Sweet Leda 5p

Beach Cove

Recher Theatre

Open Blues Jam

Devildriver

Castlebay

Stan & Joe’s

Mike Waskey

Open Mic

Tues 8/24

49 West Unified Jazz Ensemble

Fish Head Cantina Band Audition Night!

Martini’s Open Acoustic 7p

Heroes Meg & Bryan

Kaufmann’s Shawn Owen

Middleton Tavern Brian, Mary & Neal

O’Briens Scalliwags

Thur 8/26

49 West Rob Levit Trio

Avalon Theatre Free & Easy

Castlebay Mixed Business

Delta Blues The Rhythm Handlers

E. Democratic Club Blues Jam w/ Dean

Irish Channel Art Sands Band 6:30p

Kaufmann’s Nautical Wheelers

Lure’s Bar & Grill Dave Tieff

Martini’s Open Jam 9p

Middleton Tavern Harry Traynham

Night Cat Jill Andrews

O’Briens Bumpin’ Uglies

Old Bowie Grille Open Mic

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Have You Heard? CD Reviews

Artist: Pressing Strings • Album: Episodes • Label: Self-released Website: www.pressingstrings.com • By Travis Mamone For the past couple of years, the boys of Pressing Strings have been creating a buzz around the Annapolis area. If you want to know why they’ve got people talking, take a listen to their second album Episodes. The voices of Jordan Sokel and Joshua Kachura compliment each other, while their laid-back blues guitar groove makes it impossible to sit in your chair without at least tapping your toes. Add in Bob Novak on drums and percussion, and you’ve got yourself one tight band. The disc begins with the bluesy rocker “Power Chair,” followed by the laid-back Jack Johnson-style “This Book” (in fact, Kachura kind of sounds like Johnson). “Radio” is a call to individuality and personal freedom. “Radio, let the people play,” Sokel sings, “and do what they want, what they want to say/ oh now the time is right/ burn the day and we can light the light tonight.” “Drift” is a twenty-second instrumental that leads into the catchy single “Carousel,” which many readers may have heard on WRNR. Don’t be surprised if you find yourself singing “Da-um da-um dahoh” along with Sokel. Things mellow out a bit for the title track, but then then the tempo picks up during “A Letter From Mrs. Boothby.” The latter features Junior Marvin on electric 12-string guitar, and an Afro-Cuban rhythm that Vampire Weekend would definitely approve of. “The Unlike” is a mellow number with a country twang (thanks to Sokel on slide guitar) and a promise that both bright days and dark days are coming. “Choo Choo Blues” is a country-style instrumental that will make you think of sweet tea and front porches. The album ends with the funky “Puerto Rico.” The song will make you think of drinking margaritas by the seashore. When the boys sing “Take a trip with me,” your first thought will be, “When do we go?”

Rams Head on Stage Pier Six Pavilion

Delta Blues

Paul Thorn

Trey Songz

The Rhythm Handlers

Rams Head Savage

Perry’s

Ebb Tide

California Bob 7p

Sweet Addiction

Cahoots

Rams Head Tavern

Proud Mary’s

Fish Head Cantina

Pressing Strings 5p

Mitch & Scott 7:30p

Red Eye’s

Rams Head Live

New Kings of Rhythm • Adam Almony

Richie Fields

Dir En Grey and Apocolyptica

Roadhouse

Rams Head on Stage Irish Channel

Rockfish

Frederic Yonnet feat. Mike Phillips

Higher Hands

Stan & Joe’s Cross Kentucky

Washington College Kelly Bell Band

Waterman’s Captain Dave 7p

Whiskey, The Grilled Lincolns

Fr Frii 8/27

49 West Courtlyn Carr

Annapolis Towne Center The Rovers

Bamboo Bernies No Pantz Dance

Brian Boru

Artist: Charles “Big Daddy” Stallings • Title: Blues Party • Label: Tai Jeria Record Co. • Website: bigdaddystallings.com by James Nash

Cancun Cantina deck: No Pets For Noah

From the down home North Carolina welcome and witty “political approval” intro, a “Blues Party” is what we are invited to, and a blues party we are going to get. Harmonica from Mark Wenner, local long-time master, opens this set and appears elsewhere, also some harp from Steve Levine on this first (and one other) tune. The horns, courtesy of Joe “E Flat” Thomas and Clarence Ward III, are arranged throughout by Mr. Stallings and Mr. Thomas.

Carpenter Street

“Horny Bee” (no misspelling) has the pure feel and not-so-entendre of Muddy Waters. Big Daddy’s calls of “sting, sting, sting” can’t help but bring a smile to any blues lover—or any lover for that matter. “Fine Lady” has horn accents that trumpet and stride blues power. Just when your ears have settled into the groove, Mr. Stallings has the mastery to throw a hesitation time change at you. Nice horn coda, too.

Fish Head Cantina

“Down on the Farm” is as authentic as it gets, with Mr. Wenner’s harp and Mr. Stallings’ lyrics like “Grew up next to a cotton field/And the boll weevil’s call me by my first name,” and yells to his plow puller to “git up thar mule.”

Matt McConville 6:30p

“In Love By Yourself” brings to mind Jerry Butler or the Delfonics, with the vocal tone, spoken bridge, and faux string background. About two thirds of the way through the party, Big Daddy does another intro to feature the sax of Carlos Johnson. Then Jacky Harriston’s Hammond plies the Leslie middle third of “The Lucky Number.” Just when you think Mr. Stallings worked out all his blues, he pulls out his funky tribute to the late, great J.B., “James.” Then Milvea Hernandez provides some appropriate vocal percussion and “Latina liciousness” in a call and response during “Latin Girls.” “Blues In Your Funk” ends this generously extra-long set by the talented Mr. Stallings and many musical friends. Russell Hayward II’s drums nailed down the beat for nearly every song. Bill Pratt of the Bratt Studio recorded, mixed, engineered, and mastered the CD (and he also played some drums, rhythm guitar, and keyboards; most if not all the faux strings are his keys). Mr. Pratt caught the correct mood for every varied tune here. He and Big Daddy share in this collaboration of all things blues—from Mississippi delta to North Carolina, to Chicago, to big band, to 70’s soul, to jazz funk. “Blues Party” should get much airplay on WPFW. Big Daddy, you do rule.

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Blake Thompson Band

Jenn Van Meter

Whether you’re a Pressing Strings fan, or you want to know what the fuss is about, Episodes will not disappoint you. Expect the band to have a bright future ahead.

“Swing 2010” does, with big band panache and maybe Gail Parrish’s finest bass work. She does her best James Jamerson, ubiquitous yet humble on nearly every song, adding nothing but steady bottom to this party. If you can sit still during this tune, there’s something wrong with you. “She’s Gone” jumps right out of the speakers (like several songs here) and has some nice tonal guitar work by Big Daddy, searing yet understated, if that’s possible. With its earcatching music and deep lyric intro, “Keep them bloomers on Granny/Grandpa ain’t givin’up no love tonight,” “Old Folks” gets and keeps your attention. The clock ticking plays with the lyrics, which play with the fun theme, musical time taking on temporal time.

Harbor Shack

Brothers McGinnis

country: Dean Crawford Sweet Leda

Castlebay Steve Heller

Characters Rich Mascari

Delta Blues

Reckless Ric’s

Rich Mascari 2-6p • Tripwire 8p

Red Eye’s

Jimmie & Sooks

Guthrie Matthews

Patty Reese

Roadhouse

Kaufmann’s

Charles Parker Band

Mikey Two Fingers

Rockfish

Lure’s Bar & Grill

Doug Segree Band

Josh & Mitch

Sandbaggers

Martini’s

Wired Shut

Sunny Isle Blues Band

Shore House

Mangos Bar & Grille

Jack Selway

Moe Stringz

Sonoma’s

Middletons Tavern

The Fifth Level

Bushmaster

Stan & Joe’s

Night Cat

Dee Stone Band

Reagan Boggs • Kevin Gordon

Waterman’s The Elliots

No Place

Whiskey, The

Rock Holiday

Annapalooza Pre-Party • Pasadena • Bumpin’ Uglies • Emergence • Billy Woodward • Tobias Russell 6p

Whispers

Her, Him & I

Kaufmann’s California Bob

Lily Pad Café George Harvey

Lure’s Bar & Grill Freddie Long

Market Street Grateful Floyd

Martini’s Eklectrik

Middletons Tavern Music Room

Night Cat Old Man Brown

Old Bowie Grille The Bullets

US Navy Commodores 5:30p Fall Back Plan

Rams Head Savage Kajun Kelley Band

Rams Head on Stage Judy Collins

Recher Theatre American Diary

Reckless Ric’s

Justin Ryan

Tranzfusion

Michael Baker & Blue Smoke Blues Band

Rams Head Live

Heroes

Jimmie & Sooks

Perry’s

49 West

Sa t 8/28 Sat

Tony & Moon Crickets

Starcrush

The Guzzlers

Quiet Waters Park

Harbor Shack

Jetty

Old Bowie Grille

Oracle

Surreal

late nite: Marv & Mangos

Jetty

Electric MoJo

Live Blues Performance

Irish Channel

late nite: Crayfish

Mascaraid

AA County Fairgrounds

Red Eye’s

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Roadhouse

Bamboo Bernies Vinyl Rhino

Bay Bridge Marina Trifecta

Big Mary’s Vicki Roberts Band

Brian Boru

Drew Stevyns 2p • ICU 8p The Bitch is on Vacation

Rockfish Sons of the Radio

Sam’s Waterfront Jenn Reichwein

Shore House Doug Day

Sonoma’s

Jordan Page

Rob Beyer Band • The New Romance

Cancun Cantina

Waterman’s

country: Dean Crawford

Carpenter Street Blues Deville

Castlebay Mixed Business

Characters John Bell Trio

Cheshire Crab Goldbrick 5p • Wonderview 9p

East Roc

Whiskey, The Annapalooza Party

Whispers Panama

Sun 8/29

49 West Adrian Bond 8p

Big Owl Tiki Bar Michael Koelher 3p


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Calypso Bay Moe Stringz 3p

Cheshire Crab The Pigz 3p

Jetty A Classic Case 2p • Goodman & Guilliams 7p

Osteria 177 Rick Goldstein Jazz 1p

Pier Six Pavilion Blondie & Cheap Trick

Proud Mary’s Matt McConville 4p

Rams Head on Stage Blackberry Smoke

Rams Head Tavern Pub: The Geckos 7p

Red Eye’s

Tues 8/3 8/311

Rams Head Tavern

Brian Boru

Rockfish

Doug Day 5p

Justin Ryan

Doug Segree Band

Orchestra • Sweet Lime & Passion 4p

Rockfish

Calvert Marine Museum

Sonoma’s

Rams Head on Stage

Jordan Page

Waterman’s

Martini’s

49 West

REO Speedwagon & Pat Benatar 7:30p calvertmarinemuseum.com

Open Acoustic 7p

Rob Levit Trio

Middleton Tavern

Castlebay

Dana B.

Mixed Business

O’Briens

E. Democratic Club

Dylan Galvin

Blues Jam w/ Dean

Pier Six Pavilion

Irish Channel

Budweiser Superfest 2010

Brian Gaffney 6p

49 West Unified Jazz Ensemble

Fish Head Cantina

Rams Head on Stage Market Street Chris Duarte & Guitar Shorty

Rams Head Tavern

TBA 2p

Matt McConville 5p • Swamp Candy 10p

Rockfish

Rockfish

3rd Annual Seafood Festival 12-7pm Maybe Not Even • Skribe • Mr. Butler Trio • Bumpin’ Uglies and more!

Waterman’s TBA 1p

Whiskey, The Blues Jam 8p

Mon 8/30

O’Briens

Thur 9/2

Band Audition Night!

Shawn Owen

Whiskey, The Open Mic

Wed 9/1

Beach Cove Open Blues Jam

Castlebay Mike Waskey

Delta Blues The Rhythm Handlers

Open Mic

Heroes

Pier Six Pavilion

Meg & Bryan

Rodrigo Y Gabriela

Irish Channel

Rams Head Savage

Brian Gaffney 6p

Open Mic 7p

Market Street

Rams Head Tavern

Open Mic Night

Free Range Pickin’

Martini’s Open Jam 9p

Night Cat Josh Hoge • Keaton Simons • Matt Duke

Old Bowie Grille Open Mic

Rams Head on Stage “In Gratitude” A Tribute To Earth Wind, & Fire

Rams Head Tavern Pressing Strings 5p

Red Eye’s TBA

Roadhouse Peterbuilt

Rockfish Skribe

Waterman’s Captain Dave 7p

Fr Frii 9/3

Sweet Leda 5p

Middleton Tavern

Big Mary’s

Stan & Joe’s

Brian, Mary & Neal

Vicki Roberts Band 6p

Old Bowie Grille

Big Owl Tiki Bar

Blues JAM

Nadirah Shakoor • John Frinzi • John Patti 7p

Open Mic

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Irish Channel

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Jetty No Pets For Noah

Jimmie & Sooks

Fish Head Cantina

Bad Mojo

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Martini’s Mike Elzey & Mayhem

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Whiskey, The Hip Hop Showcase

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Federal House Linwood Battle brunch

Rich Mascari 2-6p • Mike Hines and the Look 8p

Jetty

Jimmie & Sooks

Dave & Styx 2p • Crushing Day 8p

Wicked Jezabel

Old Bowie Grille Split Second

Perry’s New South

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Quiet Waters Park

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Annapolis Symphony

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Perry’s .............. 410-674-4000

Rockfish ........... 410-267-1800

Mainstay .......... 410-639-9133

Point Break Beach Bar ......................... 410-221-7850

Sam’s ................ 410-263-3600

1397 General’s Hgwy, Crownsville 7149 Lake Shore Dr, Rose Haven 5753 Main St, Rock Hall

Market St Public House ......................... 410-479-4720

177 Main St, Annapolis

1210 Annapolis Road, Odenton 420 Race St, Cambridge

Proud Mary’s .... 410-263-3600

200 Market St, Denton

2020 Chesapeake Harbor Dr,

801 Chase St, Annapolis

Compromise St, Annapolis

Maryland Hall .. 410-263-5544 Pusser’s ............. 410-626-0004

428 Kent Narrows, Grasonville

1773 General’s Highway, Annapolis 400 Sixth Ave., Annapolis

2020 Chesapeake Harbor, Anna.

Sandbaggers ...... 410-760-2448

105 Ches. Centre Ct., Glen Burnie

Sharky’s ............ 410-841-5599

2072 Somerville Rd, Annapolis

Shore House ..... 410-643-2466

Martini’s ........... 410-820-4100

Prince Theatre .. 410-810-2060

Merriweather .... 410-715-5550

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Rams Head On Stage ......................... 410-268-4545

State Theatre .... 703-237-0300 thestatetheatre.com

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Timmy O’Bryan’s ......................... 410-604-2550

14 N. Washington St., Anna

10475 Little Patuxent Pkwy, Columbia merriweathermusic.com

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3030 Old Riva Road, Annapolis

New Deal Café .... 410-4745642 113 Centerway, Greenbelt

5 Goldsborough St, Easton

Old Bowie Towne Grille ......................... 301-464-8800

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8604 Chestnut Ave, Bowie

800 Main St, Stevensville

210 High St, Chestertown

Sonoma’s .......... 410-381-7220

20 Market Place Inner Harbor Balt. ramsheadtavern.com

Stan & Joe’s ..... 410-263-1993

45 West St, Annapolis

......................... 301-604-3454

8600 Foundry St, Savage

NightCat .......... 443-786-2750 Rams Head Shore House ......................... 410-643-2466

Lily Pad Café .... 410-479-0700

Bay Bridge Marina, Stevensville

Dick Rausch Duo

Roadhouse ........ 410-849-8058

O’Brien’s .......... 410-268-6288

104 South Second St., Denton

Sam’s Waterfront

Osteria 177 ...... 410-267-7700

Kaufman’s ........ 410-923-2005

Lola’s ................ 410-643-2722

Jetty

Matt Ascione Band

Lures ................ 410-923-1605

No Place Tavern 410-490-5716

329 Gambrills Rd, Gambrills

late nite: Off the Boat

Rockfish

Red Eye’s .......... 410-827-3937

Jimmie & Sooks 443-225-4115

421 Race Track St., Cambridge

Brian Gaffney 6p

388 Thompson Creek Rd, Stevensville 16403 Heritage Blvd, Bowie

Mike’s .............. 410-956-2784

22170 Grt Oak Ldg Rd, Chestertown

Irish Channel

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On the Border .. 301-860-1150

1701 Poplar Ridge Rd, Pasadena

8026 Ritchie Hgwy , Pasadena

Pasadena • Bond & Bentley

Sloe Jim 2p • No Green Jellybeenz 8p

Luke’s Grill ....... 410-643-9435

Irish Channel .... 410-451-4222 Jellyfish Joel’s .... 410-778-5007

Ebb Tide Off the Hook

200 Talbot St, St Michaels

1053 MD Rt. 3 N., Crofton

Sa t 9/4 Sat

Never Never

Middleton Tvrn 410-263-3323

1 Riverview Ave, Annapolis

Rob Fahey

Stacy Brooks Band

Delta Blues

Heroes .............. 410-573-1996

20896 Bayside Ave, Rock Hall

Whiskey, The

Reckless Ric’s Red Eye’s

193 Main St, Annapolis

Cheeseburger in Paradise 9150 Balt. National Pike, Ellicott City ......................... 410-761-1003

345 Pier One Rd, Stevensville

985 Bay Ridge Rd, Annapolis

Glass Onion

Kenny “Babyface” Edmonds

Real Geniuses

Steve Heller

Harbor Shack ... 410-639-9996

Bare Bones ....... 410-461-0770 Bay Bridge Marina Grille ......................... 410-643-4777

511 Chesterfield Ave Centreville

Castlebay

The 8 Balls

800 Main St., Stevensville

Rams Head Tvrn410-268-4545

45 West St, Annapolis

Reckless Ric’s ... 410-590-2280

1702 Furnace Drive, Glen Burnie

Recher Theatre rechertheatre.com

512 York Rd, Towson

7284 Cradlerock Way, Columbia

37 West St, Annapolis

220 N. Wash. St, Falls Church VA

1235 Shopping Cntr Rd, Stevensville

Vera’s White Sands ......................... 410-586-1182

1200 White Sands Dr, Lusby

Waterman’s ...... 410-639-2261

21055 Sharp St, Rock Hall

Whiskey, The ... 410-626-6023

1803 West St, Annapolis

Whispers .......... 410-768-3900

7954 B & A Blvd, Glen Burnie


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