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APPEARING ON Sunday, June 1st, 2014

Open Mic Session with Alx Gree [+]

Free Entry

alx green

Alx’s ever expanding catalogue of songs and impeccable guitar playing is beginning to cause quite a fuss. If you want to see what it’s all about then pop along to this weeks open mic from 8pm. You can even get up to play if you like. One thing Alx doesn’t do is bite 😉


 
APPEARING ON Wednesday, June 4th, 2014

Latin Mania! [+]

Salsa classes and Latin dance night

Free Bar Entry – Classes £4 each or £6 for both

Latin MANIA!
Salsa classes and Latin dance night

Telfords has hosted a salsa club in Chester for over 15 years and we’re now launching Latin MANIA!

Learn Cuban salsa lessons every Wednesday with Banderas (Havana, Cuba), Lee Baker and Rachel Forshaw. Lessons are provided for all levels of ability, from complete beginners to experienced dancers. You don’t need a partner – you’ll change partners all the time in a friendly, fun group.

8.00 pm: Separate classes for Beginners and Improver level

8.45 pm: Intermediate level partnerwork and Improver (and above) rueda (Cuban group dance, performed in a circle or ‘wheel’)

– Beginner classes introduce you to salsa music, teach the basic footwork steps and let you take your first steps dancing with a partner.

– Improver classes build up your repertoire of fundamental partner work sequences.

– Intermediate classes build up more advanced partner work and solo patterns, and help develop body movement and musicality.

9.30 pm till 12.30: Dance into the night with a mix that includes salsa, timba, bachata, regaetton, merengue, latin pop and more.

Classes are just £4 for one class or £6 for two classes. Entry to social dancing after 9.30 is free.


 
APPEARING ON Thursday, June 5th, 2014

Blues Rock Jam Night with A Shrewdness Of Apes [+]

Free Entry

Have you ever fancied performing on stage with a full live band behind you?? Weather you play guitar, bass, drums or fancy a crack at singing now’s your chance. Chester super group A Shrewdness Of Apes will be resident band inviting you to tell them your favorite blues tracks with the chance to join them on Telford’s stage for a jam session in front of a live audience. So get your thinking caps on and practice, practice, practice as you could become the next Jimmy Hendrix!

Please contact Charlie Goodfella for more information charlie.goodfella@btopenworld.com


 
APPEARING ON Friday, June 6th, 2014

The Loving Cup [+]

Free Before 9pm, £4 Thereafter

The Loving Cup

The Loving Cup’s unique Country, Americana, and Rockabilly styles have been wowing Chester audiences for years now and they are always a crowd favourite here at Telfords Warehouse. Come on down, put your cowboy boots on, grab your stetson and get ready for a hoedown.


 
APPEARING ON Saturday, June 7th, 2014

Banda Bacana [+]

Free Before 9pm, £4 Thereafter

This vibrant, North Wales based, 7 piece draws upon a wealth of varied and impressive musical backgrounds to create fresh and exhilarating dancefloor-filling sounds. Playing some seriously catchy tunes, they go from slinky Latin grooves through supple Afrobeat and Caribbean  rhythms to James Brown inspired funk.

 

 

Our most recent calculations tell us that the band have a combined musical experience of roughly 300 years! No we’re not kidding, we’ll even throw in the statistic that each player boasts to be able to play at least 2 instruments and have a wide range of different musical backgrounds from World, Rock, Folk, Latin, Jazz, Afro and Blues this combines beautifully to make the sound that you hear today.

Banda Bacana started it’s journey 10 years ago through the local samba band in Bangor, where Kate was a member. Here she met John the bass player who was contributing his talents to Samba Bangor’s album, and Zé, an amazing multi-instrumentalist producer from Recifé that Samba Bangor had the opportunity to work with. Kate was learning bossa nova guitar at the time and they decided it would be fun to get together and play some music. Zé went back to Brazil but John and Kate carried on.

It’s amazing how the past 10 years have seen players come and go and the band has taken on various forms but the current line up has been pretty solid for a good 6 or 7 years with input from a vast array of richly talented musicians.

After making an album in 2009 the band have been constantly busy and in popular demand with at least 1 or 2 gigs a week (not bad going for a band where most of the players have full time jobs!). Nowadays the band comprises between 7-9 players, based on availability as most of them contribute to the North Wales music scene by being part of 1 or even two other bands or ensembles! The band play groove and harmony based music with influences such as Afro, Latin, Reggae, Funk and any other type of Tropical music you can think of! With 3 members having been part of the Samba band at some point, and the rest just being extremely talented musicians, it creates a magic solid groove and beat that is so infectious you would find it hard to keep still.

The band’s CV stretches from pubs, to weddings, to parties, village fetes, festivals and beyond! One of the first gigs to put the band on the map was organised by Byd Mawr local world music promoters who brought bands such as The Mighty Diamonds, Johnny Clarke and Nuru Kane to the area. They have supported and been supported by many local events and have had regular appearances at places such as Conwy Feast, Dragon Theatre in Barmouth, Hendre Hall, Galeri Caernarfon, The Heights Llanberis and Trefriw village Hall.

The band have also had the privilege of playing at some fantastic festivals and sharing the bill with the likes of Maroon Town, Geraint Jarman, Riot Jazz Brass Band and playing the main stages at festivals such as Beatherder, Kaya Festival, Ymuno Festival, Sheep Music and Gwyl Arall. Another amazing experience in July this year was making their way onto the S4C stage at Llangollen International Music Eisteddfod but the highlight so far was Cuban giants Sierra Maestra in 2010 at a home gig put on by local promoters, Pontio.

We look forward to the next chapter in our book, new album and video on the horizon, a decade of fine music to celebrate and many other interesting gigs to be played! Who knows….maybe even Womad?


 
APPEARING ON Sunday, June 8th, 2014

Open Mic Session with Mark Henderson & Co. [+]

Free Entry

markhendo02As the canal festival draws to an end why not wind down with our open mic session hosted by Mark Henderson. Come and get cosy in our intimate stage area and take in the incredible musical tallent Chester has to offer. Unwind with a nice ale or sip at a single malt whilts musicians serenade you with everything from folk to blues. If you have your guitar handy you could even join in the fun. Slots are available from 8pm.


 
APPEARING ON Wednesday, June 11th, 2014

Latin Mania! [+]

Salsa classes and Latin dance night

Free Bar Entry – Classes £4 each or £6 for both

Latin MANIA!
Salsa classes and Latin dance night

Telfords has hosted a salsa club in Chester for over 15 years and we’re now launching Latin MANIA!

Learn Cuban salsa lessons every Wednesday with Banderas (Havana, Cuba), Lee Baker and Rachel Forshaw. Lessons are provided for all levels of ability, from complete beginners to experienced dancers. You don’t need a partner – you’ll change partners all the time in a friendly, fun group.

8.00 pm: Separate classes for Beginners and Improver level

8.45 pm: Intermediate level partnerwork and Improver (and above) rueda (Cuban group dance, performed in a circle or ‘wheel’)

– Beginner classes introduce you to salsa music, teach the basic footwork steps and let you take your first steps dancing with a partner.

– Improver classes build up your repertoire of fundamental partner work sequences.

– Intermediate classes build up more advanced partner work and solo patterns, and help develop body movement and musicality.

9.30 pm till 12.30: Dance into the night with a mix that includes salsa, timba, bachata, regaetton, merengue, latin pop and more.

Classes are just £4 for one class or £6 for two classes. Entry to social dancing after 9.30 is free.


 
APPEARING ON Thursday, June 12th, 2014

REPENT feat. [+]

Free Entry

Repent

The Sound You’ll Hear (aka THE SUPREME TRUTH)

GOOD STRONG MUSIC. It will be both VARIOUS and EXTRA SPESH. we do not understand the point of Rihanna but we know that Wu-Tang are forever.

Humans (aka The GOOD and the BADASS)

We play music for good people who have ears and like denim: skinny jeans, baggy jeans, cut-off into hot-pants jeans. And jeans that have Nice’d Up a Dance or two in their time

Drinking (aka The RAPTURE aka The LIBATION)

Two pint buzz is the world’s best buzz: we sell pints. Two-cocktail buzz is also excellent and often too expensive: but not here. Two for one on a variety of lip-smacking brain-shaking cocktails.

Tequila (aka The TEMPTATION of Jesus Chris)

In the year 1600, Tequila was invented by crazy a Mexican especially for lco Cestrians. THAT’s YOU! Together we will celebrate the intelligence and kindness of Don Pedro Sanchez de Tagle by letting you pay 100pesos £1 for one Tequila. Mucho Calor: No Doubt.

 


 
APPEARING ON Friday, June 13th, 2014

Blow Out presents… Rev Rev [+]

Free Before 9pm, £4 Thereafter

Rev Rev 1

Rev Rev are a Chester band playing high-energy psychedelic rock and blues. Their sets have mostly their own catchy songs as well as some extended improvisation passages, which take them and their audience on a journey into other ‘out there’ places.

Shem and co. have been together since 1984 with a few line-up changes along the way. They have had several album releases over the years and the late John Peel used to play them on BBC Radio 1.

The band is currently a four-piece using vocals, guitars, keyboard, bass and drums, with the occasional blues harmonica wailing into the mix.


 
APPEARING ON Sunday, June 15th, 2014

Open Mic Session with Jon Coley [+]

Free Entry

Jon Coley

Chester’s longest running open mic session is hosted this week by Chester’s very own Jon Coley. Head on down from 8pm to get a slot. Free Entry.


 
APPEARING ON Wednesday, June 18th, 2014

Latin Mania! [+]

Salsa classes and Latin dance night

Free Bar Entry – Classes £4 each or £6 for both

Latin MANIA!
Salsa classes and Latin dance night

Telfords has hosted a salsa club in Chester for over 15 years and we’re now launching Latin MANIA!

Learn Cuban salsa lessons every Wednesday with Banderas (Havana, Cuba), Lee Baker and Rachel Forshaw. Lessons are provided for all levels of ability, from complete beginners to experienced dancers. You don’t need a partner – you’ll change partners all the time in a friendly, fun group.

8.00 pm: Separate classes for Beginners and Improver level

8.45 pm: Intermediate level partnerwork and Improver (and above) rueda (Cuban group dance, performed in a circle or ‘wheel’)

– Beginner classes introduce you to salsa music, teach the basic footwork steps and let you take your first steps dancing with a partner.

– Improver classes build up your repertoire of fundamental partner work sequences.

– Intermediate classes build up more advanced partner work and solo patterns, and help develop body movement and musicality.

9.30 pm till 12.30: Dance into the night with a mix that includes salsa, timba, bachata, regaetton, merengue, latin pop and more.

Classes are just £4 for one class or £6 for two classes. Entry to social dancing after 9.30 is free.


 
APPEARING ON Thursday, June 19th, 2014

REPENT feat. The 1968 [+]

Free Entry

Repent

The Sound You’ll Hear (aka THE SUPREME TRUTH)

GOOD STRONG MUSIC. It will be both VARIOUS and EXTRA SPESH. we do not understand the point of Rihanna but we know that Wu-Tang are forever.

Humans (aka The GOOD and the BADASS)

We play music for good people who have ears and like denim: skinny jeans, baggy jeans, cut-off into hot-pants jeans. And jeans that have Nice’d Up a Dance or two in their time

Drinking (aka The RAPTURE aka The LIBATION)

Two pint buzz is the world’s best buzz: we sell pints. Two-cocktail buzz is also excellent and often too expensive: but not here. Two for one on a variety of lip-smacking brain-shaking cocktails.

Tequila (aka The TEMPTATION of Jesus Chris)

In the year 1600, Tequila was invented by crazy a Mexican especially for lco Cestrians. THAT’s YOU! Together we will celebrate the intelligence and kindness of Don Pedro Sanchez de Tagle by letting you pay 100pesos £1 for one Tequila. Mucho Calor: No Doubt.

The 1968

1968

1968 formed in 2013 and after burning out the first batteries that were loaded into their fuzz pedals it was apparent that there was something heavy enough to crack the sky. Following the first primitave jams, the valves wamed up and the drumsticks splintered into a beautiful yet thunderous avalanche of sound. Featuring the vocals of 27 year old, J.R. Lazarus, formerly of Jokers Hour and the bottom of many liquor bottles, coupled with the six string assault of Sam Orr’s Marshall powered guitar. The band’s engine is left in the capable hands of Tom Drury who provides a beat that would make even the angriest of cavemen shudder back into their cave, this is supported by The Bear, some say he could eat three times the average human, the band say he could eat three humans whilst slamming the fuzziest yet grooviest basslines this side of Harlem. They are promising to shake all of your bones at Telfords on June 19th so bring your drinking boots and set sail for 1968.


 
APPEARING ON Friday, June 20th, 2014

The Cocos Lovers plus support Hanami [+]

Free Before 9pm, £4 Thereafter

advanced tickets available from www.gigantic.com / www.seetickets.com *

Operating well beyond the remit of alt-folk, Cocos Lovers (pronounced Co-Coss) are a distinctive musical force, seamlessly channelling influences from Africa, the US Deep South and several other real and imagined corners of the globe, while staying ever faithful to their Kentish roots. Hailing from the small but musically rich town of Deal, they are a close-knit 7-piece band of family, friends and former au pairs. Their music swells with powerful choir-like harmonies and glorious widescreen melodies, and they’ve earned a reputation for fantastic live performances with an ever-changing instrumental line-up of mandolin, banjo, acoustic and electric guitars, harmonica, violin, musical saw, flute and a unique blend of drums and percussion.

Slider-bandshot

Their debut album, Johannes, was conceived in 2008 when the newly-formed group quit their regular jobs and ventured out on an odyssey around Europe. They busked the streets of countless towns, worked on farms, stayed in squats and communes and wrote music inspired by their experiences. Johannes was released through the band’s own co-operative; Smugglers Records, in spring 2010, winning For Folk’s Sake’s album of the year poll and much critical acclaim:

‘Lively and incredibly infectious’ … ‘Full of spiraling songs to be danced to in a field or enjoyed at home for their life and unassumingly poetic lyrics.’ – Maverick

‘A thing of beauty…. Far from being a traditional folk record, Johannes is a multicultural affair, taking in musical styles from all around the world. And it is all the richer for this fact.’ – BBC Kent

‘Sweet music indeed.’ – Rock ‘n Reel

The band’s second album, Elephant Lands, was recorded in early 2011. A dramatic journey through darkness and light, its bittersweet themes touch on loss, tragedy, joy and celebration, and it earned the group further rave reviews:

‘In Elephant Lands Cocos Lovers have shown diversity and composure, eloquence and emotion in abundance. They have managed to build on the successes of the first album and deliver a more mature, considered and assured album of remarkable complexity.’ – contactmusic

‘They are wonderful.’ *****’ – Maverick

Smugglers Records has gone on to release 15 records, put on hundreds of music nights across the Southeast and established its own sell-out Smugglers Festival in Kent. It was here, camping out in the festival’s absinthe bar amidst a ‘christmas tree forest’, where Cocos Lovers hid themselves away during the summer of 2012 to write their third album Gold or Dust; taking time off to build stages and compost loos ready for the festival. Once the summer was over the band began working with producer Joel Magill (Syd Arthur, Dawn Chorus Recording Company) and set about recording the new album at Wicker Studios, home of Kate Bushes early records. Gold or Dust explores the apocalyptic destiny of our existence and drifts through folk, world, classical and psychedelic influences.

cocos-southbank

Cocos Lovers have become big festival favourites with performances at Glastonbury, Cambridge Folk Festival, Green Man Festival and Sidmouth Folk Week, amongst others. They’ve toured the UK and Europe to great acclaim, supported Mumford and Sons and Stealing Sheep, count Laura Marling and BBC6’s Guy Garvey, Cerys Matthews and Tom Robinson amongst their fans, and have received further airplay on various American, European and Antipodean radio networks.

Hanami

We move from town to town, city to city, country to country, we mirror our audience as they mirror us

Free forming foundations, two swans drifting untouchably out to sea, harmonic beans on toast, from the sky to the ground, living on the floor, cross stitching lines across time, children dream whilst nuzzling the velvet bust, houses built out at sea, singing shantys for sanity, clarity, freedom, future, past and present, getting off easy, twanging bellies before the heavy brick, rushing blood and air, careering toward the unknown in the promised Eastern horizon.

Feet on peddles, hands clamped to the wheels ringing, hair trailing behind, paws pounding, tounge lolling, nose sniffing, down the road mama down the road, the hound is following.

We’ll get there in the end.

*guarantees entry after 9pm, non refundable for arrival before 9pm.


 
APPEARING ON Saturday, June 21st, 2014

Xander And The Peace Pirates [+]

Free Before 9pm, £4 Thereafter

Xander And The Peace Pirates 1

 

” When I think about kids watching a TV show like American idol or the voice, then they think ‘oh okay, that’s how you become a musician, you stand in line for eight fucking hours with 800 people at a convention centre and then you sing your heart out for someone and then they tell you its not fucking good enough. Can you imagine? ”
Dave Grohl 

Xander and the peace pirates, formed by brothers Stu and Keith, are part of a growing disillusioned movement who have rejected the homogenised fame culture perpetuated by the shows famously shunted by Grohl, this is a movement towards music, soul and inspiration.

They have shared the stage with legends Buddy Guy, Bon Jovi, Vintage Trouble, The Temperance Movement, Eric Bibb, Richie Kotzen, Sam Brown, The Fabulous Thunderbirds and The James Taylor Quartet, and are resident band in the world renowned Cavern in Liverpool.

Xander and the peace pirates are testament to musical integrity, combining soul, blues and rock and they have grown their fan-base organically through inspired song writing and performance. Their online fan views has exceeded 500,000 and counting in a matter of months.

These boys know their guitars.  Which is probably why they have been pulled from youtube by the ceo of Gibson guitars and have represented Gibson at trade shows in Las Vegas (ces2014), Los Angeles (namm 2014) and Frankfurt (musikmesse 2014).  This has resulted in a meteoric increase in interest from fans and executives and legends in the music industry.  As well as being endorsed by boss and Roland and making friends with the ceo of Boss.

One of the many amazing people who has become inspired by the pirates is the world renowned recording engineer and producer Eddie Kramer (the man behind the music of Jimi Hendrix – all his albums, Led Zeppelin – the song remains the same, The Rolling Stones, David Bowie, The Woodstock Album, Peter Frampton – Frampton comes alive and kiss and many more to numerous to mention) was so smitten with Keith and Stuart, he immediately offered to produce their first EP – ‘The Eddie Kramer Sessions’

In just a couple of weeks in the USA, these two hard working songsmiths created a ‘musical storm’. Even on their flight stop over at New York, they linked up with Bruce Springsteen sidekick Willie Nile to perform at the world famous Bitter End in Greenwich Village – this immediately resulted in them being re-booked to play a number of New York historic venues at the earliest opportunity as well as South California bookings being made for the coming year.?

Never give up has been how Gibson guitars have been hash-tagging the pirates on twitter and that is exactly the way it has always been for these brothers.  There is no talent show sob story here, just songs of peace, love, inspiration and cool funky rock n roll.

Keith plays the guitar with a prosthetic ‘hook’ adapted to hold a plectrum! He was always told by his school music teachers he would never be able to play a two handed instrument – of course he proved them all wrong.

The peace pirates front man is inspirational, creative, humble and some are saying the first guitar legend of the 21st century – an inspiration to musicians and people who face challenges in their life everywhere.

Haunting riffs and genius melodies, Xander and the peace pirates will continue to share their musical passion to standing ovation at every gig and as their peace pirate crew grows, Xander and the peace pirates will continue to spread their message of political freedom, musical integrity, peace, love and harmony across the globe.


 
APPEARING ON Sunday, June 22nd, 2014

Open Mic Session with Banjo [+]

Free Entry

Banjo

Banjo plays guitar. I know it’s confusing. He also sings songs. If you do too then why not come along and join in the Open Mic Session  from 8pm.


 
APPEARING ON Wednesday, June 25th, 2014

Latin Mania! [+]

Salsa classes and Latin dance night

Free Bar Entry – Classes £4 each or £6 for both

Latin MANIA!
Salsa classes and Latin dance night

Telfords has hosted a salsa club in Chester for over 15 years and we’re now launching Latin MANIA!

Learn Cuban salsa lessons every Wednesday with Banderas (Havana, Cuba), Lee Baker and Rachel Forshaw. Lessons are provided for all levels of ability, from complete beginners to experienced dancers. You don’t need a partner – you’ll change partners all the time in a friendly, fun group.

8.00 pm: Separate classes for Beginners and Improver level

8.45 pm: Intermediate level partnerwork and Improver (and above) rueda (Cuban group dance, performed in a circle or ‘wheel’)

– Beginner classes introduce you to salsa music, teach the basic footwork steps and let you take your first steps dancing with a partner.

– Improver classes build up your repertoire of fundamental partner work sequences.

– Intermediate classes build up more advanced partner work and solo patterns, and help develop body movement and musicality.

9.30 pm till 12.30: Dance into the night with a mix that includes salsa, timba, bachata, regaetton, merengue, latin pop and more.

Classes are just £4 for one class or £6 for two classes. Entry to social dancing after 9.30 is free.


 
APPEARING ON Thursday, June 26th, 2014

REPENT plus Seb ‘n’ Tone [+]

Free Entry

Dear Sir/Madam,

In November 2013, Thomas ‘Shy & the Fight’ Hyndman tasked two members of Telfords’ Warehouse ground crew, Anthony ‘Bear’ Green and Sebastien ‘Seb’ Allemand, to devise and construct an entertaining/informative musical collage/performance piece to be presented to the general public at a special event in February 2014. The brief stated only live drums, old fashioned samplers and ‘maybe’ a turntable could be used in construction of said piece. The project was delivered on time but considerably over budget. Despite this, a small percentage of attendees victimised Mike Devoy, of Telford’s Warehouse entertainment division, into hiring Sebastien and Anthony to design and manufacture a follow up/part two piece to be performed on the 26th June 2014 at Austin ‘ox hard’ Wildes’ “Repent” gathering. The programme should consist of funky cut & paste audio samples/chunky basslines backed up by live drums and percussion finished with chopped up vocals/acapellas delivered in a scratchy ‘hip hop’ turntable stylee. Following this mornings’ critical meeting, between our technical and creative staff, I can assure all involved the assignment is set to be handed in on time. I thank you for your patience and continued support,

yours faithfully,

Rick Polonza.

Repent

The Sound You’ll Hear (aka THE SUPREME TRUTH)

GOOD STRONG MUSIC. It will be both VARIOUS and EXTRA SPESH. we do not understand the point of Rihanna but we know that Wu-Tang are forever.

Humans (aka The GOOD and the BADASS)

We play music for good people who have ears and like denim: skinny jeans, baggy jeans, cut-off into hot-pants jeans. And jeans that have Nice’d Up a Dance or two in their time

Drinking (aka The RAPTURE aka The LIBATION)

Two pint buzz is the world’s best buzz: we sell pints. Two-cocktail buzz is also excellent and often too expensive: but not here. Two for one on a variety of lip-smacking brain-shaking cocktails.

Tequila (aka The TEMPTATION of Jesus Chris)

In the year 1600, Tequila was invented by crazy a Mexican especially for lco Cestrians. THAT’s YOU! Together we will celebrate the intelligence and kindness of Don Pedro Sanchez de Tagle by letting you pay 100pesos £1 for one Tequila. Mucho Calor: No Doubt.


 
APPEARING ON Friday, June 27th, 2014

Encore De Funk [+]

Free Before 9pm, £4 Thereafter

EncoreDeFunk_Logo

Encore De Funk are a 7 piece collective from the North West of England. Brought together by a mutual love for Soul/Funk and Jazz, the group embarked on creating original interpretations of contemporary classics, adding in some untouched masterpieces along the way.

Members of the group have performed at numerous European festivals including The Cork Jazz Festival , Leeds/Reading Carling Festival and Wakestock.

This experience was brought together and, as a result, the band are at their best live, with a po
werful horn section, intricate hammond organ, the solid groove of the rhythm section complimented by smooth soulful vocals. The live set features some of the best moments in Acid Jazz and Soul whilst taking on some of the indie masters of the modern era and giving them a classic funky twist.


 
APPEARING ON Saturday, June 28th, 2014

The Hit Parade [+]

Free Before 9pm, £4 Thereafter

For over 15 years the four members of The Hit Parade have been performing and recording professionally with a wide variety of bands and projects. Between them they have toured the UK, Europe and even as far afield as China, Japan and the USA and shared stages with the likes of Kasabian and Peter Hook. This hard work and professionalism has brought success with album releases and radio play cementing their credentials as qualified performers. Drawing from an extensive and eclectic library of classic and contemporary songs The Hit Parade can provide a tailor-made live set to suit your specific needs. This genre bending band cover Pop, Rock, Funk, Soul, Blues, Indie and Britpop from the 50s all the way through to modern classics. Songs you know and love, but you’ve never heard them played like this.


 
APPEARING ON Sunday, June 29th, 2014

Open Mic Session with Richard Maloney [+]

Free Entry

Rich Maloney 1

His throwing ability may make you laugh but nothing compared to his comedy mash up acoustic singer songwriter abilities. Rich will be playing the host with the most tonight with open mic slots available from 8pm.