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M “We hope to help fuel the scene by giving everybody a spot where the can come and hone their craft,” DeRosa explains. It’s a great place for seasoned musicians to experiment; for example, Les Racquet and Omingnome typically have full drum kits. While drums aren’t allowed at the Jelly Jam, it gives bands a chance to push their boundaries and create something new. If you’re a musician with a night off, you can stop by, play a quick set, get some cash in your pocket, and score some free drinks. “You can go out, do what you love, get paid, and you don’t have to be there all night,” DeRosa explains. While most open mics end at 1 a.m., Jelly Jam goes until 3, making it feasible for a musician to hit every single one of their favorite Tuesday open mics, like Molly MacPherson’s and Eric Culberson’s Open Jam at The Bayou, before closing time. Powers will be playing his regular Tree House gig before, so the room will already be warmed up when the first Jelly Jammer
takes the stage. “You’re not having to build a crowd,” DeRosa notes. “There’s already a crowd when Jelly Jam starts.” Interested Jelly Jammers should contact DeRosa directly (stop by the bar, or shoot him an email at jeff.treehousebooking@ gmail.com). The coming weeks are filling up already as word spreads among musicians. We had to ask: what’s up with that name? “We got the bread,” DeRosa grins, rubbing imaginary bills between his fingers. “You got the jams!” CS Jelly Jam featuring Isaac Smith, Britt Scott, Les Racquet, Omingnome, and Hunter Price Tree House Tuesday, May 12 11 p.m.
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