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Liquid Courage Karaoke with Rendition

Sunday February 16

Begins at 9:00

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Pop-Up Karaoke

Wednesday February 19

Begins at 9:00

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Kendell Marvel

w/ Erin Viancourt

Thursday February 20

Show: 8:00

Tickets: $20

Kendell Marvel wrote and recorded his new album, Solid Gold Sounds, in a matter of days, but it took a lifetime in country music to get there. Marvel and The Black Keys’ Auerbach co-wrote nine of the album’s 10 songs, drawing on the country sounds of the ‘70s as well as Marvel’s own experiences. Their songwriting collaborators include country legend John Anderson on the album’s first track, “Hard Time With the Truth.” A native of Southern Illinois, Marvel moved to Nashville at 28, shifting his goal of being an artist to raising his family while working as a songwriter. Marvel’s writing credits include Gary Allan’s “Right Where I Need to Be” and Chris Stapleton’s Grammy-winning single, “Either Way.” Brothers Osborne, Jamey Johnson, Jake Owen, Blake Shelton, George Strait, and Lee Ann Womack have also cut his songs.

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Moonlight Pickers

w/ Jimmy & Cait

Friday February 21

Show: 7:30

Tickets: $5

While there is much more to be said about the professional and talented boys that back Melissa for the weekend shows and local gigs, she has a focus completely directed on sharing her music. A woman of more than a few words, armed with a guitar and a whole lot of energy, she plans on making her way this summer to Austin, Texas in search of more lovers of music and art. She is also a mother of two children and a career cosmetologist, with music at the center of her spirit. Reaching for seemingly unreachable goals has been her ultimate dream-- not the money, or the glamour of recognition that music sometimes can bring to the lucky artist. Melissa has a focus of maintaining a professional image, and giving back what listeners deserve-- a genuine heart and a stoic attitude of delivering a performance that is memorable, every time a fresh or weathered ear is listening.

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Unwound & Simple Remedy

Saturday February 22

Show: 8:00

Tickets: $5

Unwound is a neo-traditional country music cover band relatively new (formed in 2017) to the country music circuit in Chicago, Illinois. We create high-energy, quality entertainment experiences for fans!

The Simple Remedy is a melting pot of musical influences. Playing the best hits from every generation of music moving from country, blues, pop, rock, and soul seamlessly to constantly keep audiences guessing as to what is coming next. Original and Cover Songs to fit any event!

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Liquid Courage Karaoke

Sunday February 23

Begins at 9:00

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Pop-Up Karaoke

Wednesday February 26

Begins at 9:00

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Erin Edmister and Three Tons

w/ Erin Viancourt

Thursday February 27

Show: 9:00

Tickets: $5

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Folsom: Johnny Cash Tribute

w/ Rickey Meredith

Friday February 28

Show: 7:30

Tickets: $5

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Cody Ikerd and the Sidewinders

Saturday February 22

Show: 10:30

Tickets: $5

Cody Ikerd is an up and coming Outlaw Country Artist from Southern Indiana. At 27 Cody has been performing since the age of 8 years old cutting his teeth on the drums performing all kinds of music across the State before picking up a guitar in College at Indiana University. Since College in 2014 Cody sets his sights on Old School Country and has not looked back, performing his love of Merle Haggard, George Jones, Waylon Jennings, Dwight Yoakam along with some of today’s great’s Chris Stapleton, Sturgill Simpson, Eric Church, Garth Brooks and performing with The Kentucky Headhunters, Mark Collie, Larry Gatlin, Billy Dean, and this summer with Clayton Anderson, Jake Dodds, Mo Pitney, Drake White, Casey Donahew!

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Liquid Courage Karaoke

Sunday March 1

Begins at 9:00

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BINGO with Alexis Bevels

Tuesday March 3

Begins at 7:30

Hosted by Alexis Bevels join us for Tuesday Night BINGO.

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Pop-Up Karaoke

Wednesday March 4

Begins at 9:00

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The Shootouts

Thursday March 5

Show: 9:30

Tickets: $5

The Shootouts debut album “Quick Draw” is an effortless blend of high-energy honky-tonk and traditional country music mixed with touches of Americana and western swing. The band marries a blend of Roy Orbison and Bob Wills with the barn-burning sounds of Marty Stuart & His Fabulous Superlatives and Dwight Yoakam. The combination offers a welcome throwback to sounds that flowed out of Nashville, Texas and California in country music’s golden years. Composed of lead-singer Ryan Humbert, guitarist Brian Poston, bassist Ryan McDermott, drummer Dylan Gomez, backing vocalist Emily Bates and longtime sideman Al Moss on pedal steel, The Shootouts have shared the stage with a wide range of artists like Sheryl Crow, The Nitty Gritty Dirt Band, Rosie Flores, Marty Stuart & The Fabulous Superlatives, Lake Street Dive, Jim Lauderdale, Robbie Fulks, Radney Foster, Zac Brown Band, Soul Asylum, Chris Isaak and more. “Quick Draw” was recorded in Brooklyn, NY with producers Luca Benedetti and Jim Campilongo (Cake, Norah Jones, The Little Willies.) “We were attracted to the project by the earnest songwriting and strong musicianship,” said Campilongo and Benedetti, “The Shootouts are a hard-working and passionate band, and together we created an album to be proud of.” Upon release in May of 2019, “Quick Draw” received stellar reviews and world-wide radio play, spending over nine weeks on the “Americana Radio Top 50” album chart as well as reaching the “Alt-Country Radio Top 20” chart.

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The Powell Brothers

Friday March 6

Show: 10:30

Tickets: $5

The power trio is fronted by brothers Taylor Powell and Blake Powell. On February 14, 2019, The Powell Brothers released their first full length album entitled “Leave On The Light.” Recorded in Nashville at Ravens Landing studio, “Leave On The Light” was produced by Scott Quintana and engineered and mixed by Gena Johnson (“A Star Is Born” soundtrack, Zac Brown Band, Brandi Carlile) and features ten tracks written by Taylor and Blake Powell. The album combines elements of folk-rock, rootsy soul and country, and features a bevy of notable Nashville players including legendary pedal steel guitarist Paul Franklin; Josh Matheny on dobro/lapsteel; Kyle Ryan on banjo; Matt Utterback on bass; Adam Keafer on bass; Will Cafaro on bass and Scott Quintana on drums and percussion.

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St. Baldrick's Foundation: Rock The Bald

Saturday March 7

From 12:00 PM to 6:00 PM

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Diamondback

Saturday March 7

Show: 9:30

Tickets: $5

Classic Country and so much more by Chicago’s hardest working band, Diamondback!

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Liquid Courage Karaoke

Sunday March 8

Begins at 9:00

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Pop-Up Karaoke

Wednesday March 11

Begins at 9:00

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Joe Wortell and the Natural Law

Thursday March 12

Show: 9:30

Tickets: $5

Joe Wortell And The Natural Law are a Five-piece country band from Chicago.

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Anthony Orio

Friday March 13

Show: 10:30

Tickets: $5

Anthony Orio has come a long way since bursting onto the Nashville scene as an up and coming singer/songwriter featured by ASCAP’s “Hot On The Row Series.” His unique blend of country mixes the traditional sounds of the genre with progressive contemporary vocals and production. Known for his electrifying live performances and strong ability to connect with the crowds, his talent has led him to perform at The Grand Ole Opry, Ryman Auditorium, and become a top draw at Tootsie’s Orchid Lounge in both Nashville and Panama City Beach, Florida.

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Eskimo Brothers

Saturday March 14

Show: 10:30

Tickets: $5

The Eskimo Brothers have become known one of Nashville's can't miss live shows. The honky tonk trio has honed their stage show and sound from nearly 300 shows per year and thousands of gig hours in the Music City honky tonks over the past 5 years. When not playing their usual residencies in Nashville and Memphis, the band tours throughout the United States.

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Liquid Courage Karaoke with Rendition

Sunday March 15

Begins at 9:00

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Don Diego Trio

Tuesday March 17

Show: 9:00

Tickets: $5

“Don” Diego Geraci, after 20 years of continuous activity with the Adels, decided to put together his own trio, where the various musical influences that have characterized his style, can merge in a unique show. So rockabilly, country, western swing, blues and rock and roll meet the typical “Italian taste” of the 42-years old guitarist from Sicily. The sound that came out is a mix of classic rockabilly, sixties country and honky tonk. You will enjoy the sound of a compact rhythm section, tight and always danceable, together with the virtuosity of the leader. All these features converge in his first solo album entitled “Twang Kitchen”(twang is the typical sound of Diego’s favorite guitar, the telecaster, and kitchen because the music was composed and developed in the calm of his home), registered and mixed by Diego himself, produced by Steve Rydell for Rydell’s Records (France).

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Pop-Up Karaoke

Wednesday March 18

Begins at 9:00

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John Ballantyne's Crazy Heart

Thursday March 19

Show: 9:00

Tickets: $5

A 6 piece playing originals and covers from old-school country to modern era Americana/rock.

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Over the Side

Friday March 20

Show: 10:30

Tickets: $5

Chicago's own Country based, Americana/Country Soul cover outfit. Available for all events public and private. Available for full band, acoustic duo’s/solo acoustic sets.

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Lindsay Bowman

Saturday March 21

Show: 10:30

Tickets: $5

As a solo country artist, Lindsay is continuing to perform in Nashville and across the US sharing her love of country music - old and new. She is currently writing and recording for her upcoming solo EP to be released fall of 2019.

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Liquid Courage Karaoke

Sunday March 22

Begins at 9:00

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BINGO with Alexis Bevels

Tuesday March 24

Begins at 7:30

Hosted by Alexis Bevels join us for Tuesday Night BINGO.

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Pop-Up Karaoke

Wednesday March 25

Begins at 9:00

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Craig Gerdes

Thursday March 26

Show: 9:30

Tickets: $5

Steeped in the white lines, black tar and diesel smoke of the American highway, Tough As Nails—the latest LP from Craig Gerdes—is raw and real, a document of a road-tested band fast on the rise. Ever since the central-Illinois songwriter released his lauded 2018 debut LP, Smokin’ Drinkin’ & Gamblin’, he’s been on tour almost constantly, playing upwards of 150 shows per year, including opening slots and festival support for top country and Americana artists from Tyler Childers and Paul Cauthen to Jamey Johnson and Cody Jinks, as well as a lengthy run with hard-rocker-turned-country-star Aaron Lewis.

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Trailer Park Twisters

Friday March 27

Show: 10:30

Tickets: $5

From small towns to the big city, the trailer park twisters are ripping up all your favorite country tunes and laying waste to prefabricated homes in a 10mile radius. Formed in 2008 by Paul Cicciarelli the band features dynamic guitar playing complimented by swelling pedal steel and soaring vocals. From Johnny Cash to Miranda Lambert they've got it covered.

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Lone Wolf Band

Saturday March 28

Show: 9:30

Tickets: $5

The LONE WOLF BAND was started in 2000 by Greg Ladd and Billy Wayne. They have played for the Chicago Bulls and nightclubs all over Chicago and Indiana.

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Wild Earp

Friday April 3

Show: 10:30

Tickets: $5

Wild Earp takes you on a road trip across Americana, taking his time along those country roads and learning some bad habits in the city. His songs are of a man who’s spent too much time alone in the forest, the prairie, the mountains, the desert, and the barroom. With a respectful nod to the old masters and a defiant scoff at the purists, Earp croons his country tunes, and mixes those pensive trail songs with jumping rockabilly, spirited bluegrass, rowdy rock, and sometimes ventures into the dark corners of folk. His lyrics thread traditional tales of heartache, sinful living, and celebration seamlessly with social commentary and absurdism. There’s wit, wisdom, woe, and a wild streak that keeps you guessing. He’s backed by The Free for Alls, a talented and fun-loving cast of characters who give life and depth to the music. Their hootin’ and hollerin’ enthusiasm is matched by their good taste and broad talents, and they leave nothing off of the table. They ain't too hard on the eyes, neither!

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Diamondback

Saturday April 4

Show: 9:30

Tickets: $5

Classic Country and so much more by Chicago’s hardest working band, Diamondback!

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Pop-Up Karaoke

Wednesday April 8

Begins at 9:00

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The Country Doctors

Thursday April 9

Show: 9:00

Tickets: $5

The classic country & western duo featuring: Dr. Billy Joe on vocals, lead guitar, & bass guitar - Dr. Yazzy Joe on vocals, guitar & bass guitar.

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Dan Whitaker and the Shinebenders

Friday April 10

Show: 10:30

Tickets: $5

Dan Whitaker and The Shinebenders are a band of honky tonkers from Chicago, who have been playing together since the early 2000s. Led by singer, songwriter, and guitarist Dan Whitaker, the band has released three original albums while actively touring to promote their independent releases. The Shinebenders include fellow Chicago music veterans Tommy "Two Smokes" Mioducki on acoustic guitar and vocals, Earl "T-Bone" Powers on upright bass and Eric "Chase" Niffenegger on drums.

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Liquid Courage Karaoke

Sunday April 12

Begins at 9:00

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Pop-Up Karaoke

Wednesday April 15

Begins at 9:00

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Ross Cooper

Thursday April 16

Show: 9:30

Tickets: $5

Ross Cooper is the rare country musician who has actually lived the life of a cowboy. The former professional bareback rider was still bustin' broncs when his music career began. Though a knee injury sidelined his rodeo career, Cooper drives a band like he's still wearing spurs and holding on for eight. His new album, I Rode The Wild Horses, pushes country music way past traditional territory just for the rush. It's the new Nashville sound: glimmering pedal steel, rollicking & rocking telecaster riffs, soulful keys, and gorgeous harmonies.

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Over the Side

Friday April 17

Show: 10:30

Tickets: $5

Chicago's own Country based, Americana/Country Soul cover outfit.

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Moonlight Pickers

Saturday April 18

Show: 10:30

Tickets: $5

While there is much more to be said about the professional and talented boys that back Melissa for the weekend shows and local gigs, she has a focus completely directed on sharing her music. A woman of more than a few words, armed with a guitar and a whole lot of energy, she plans on making her way this summer to Austin, Texas in search of more lovers of music and art. She is also a mother of two children and a career cosmetologist, with music at the center of her spirit. Reaching for seemingly unreachable goals has been her ultimate dream-- not the money, or the glamour of recognition that music sometimes can bring to the lucky artist. Melissa has a focus of maintaining a professional image, and giving back what listeners deserve-- a genuine heart and a stoic attitude of delivering a performance that is memorable, every time a fresh or weathered ear is listening.

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Liquid Courage Karaoke

Sunday April 19

Begins at 9:00

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Pop-Up Karaoke

Wednesday April 22

Begins at 9:00

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George Ducas

Thursday April 23

Show: 9:00

Tickets: $5

A Lone Star native whose heart and soul are rooted in the honky tonks, roadhouses and dancehalls, George Ducas is a musical talent seasoned with experience, driven by passion and humbled by a God-given talent. With a string of Billboard charting songs that established him early as a country music trendsetter, George Ducas is a recording artist, hit songwriter, global entertainer and father to his children; his musical offerings encompass a creativity, sentiment, edge and wisdom of a man who lives life with a passion.

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Hodie Snitch Band & Scott Dubose

Friday April 24

Show: 7:30

Tickets: $5

Classic outlaw country from Chicago, IL Hodie Snitch plays the songs you know and love from the likes of Johnny Cash, Merle Haggard, Waylon Jennings, Willie Nelson, George Jones, David Allen Coe, Hank Williams Jr, Charlie Daniels, and the list goes on and on. We could do this all day. Sometimes we do... This IS your daddy's country!

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The Messengers & Dry County Line

Saturday April 25

Show: 7:30

Tickets: $5

Sometimes everything just works… Like natural harmony. Like veteran musicians trying something different. Like friends getting together to play for a good cause. Sometimes the stars align and it all seems fresh and new again. That’s when you get the feeling you’re finally getting the message.

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Liquid Courage Karaoke

Sunday April 26

Begins at 9:00

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Pop-Up Karaoke

Wednesday April 29

Begins at 9:00

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Tenille Townes

Road to the Lemonade Stand Tour

Thursday April 30

Show: 9:00

Tickets: $7

One minute with Tenille Townes and it’s instantly clear that she doesn’t see, or hear, the world like everyone else. Maybe it comes through in how she learned to read by pouring through lyric sheets and liner notes, or how she starting singing by belting along to U2 and Shania Twain in the back of her parents’ car. Or maybe it will come to light in the thousands she’s raised and the miles she’s logged supporting the charitable initiatives she created while still a teenager. Or maybe it will simply come across in her stunning voice and wise, insightful lyricism, all infinitely beguiling for someone of her young age. But that’s the thing about Townes. She’s never operated by the clock or the calendar. She operates from her heart, and from her soul. The Canadian-born Townes, isn’t quite like anyone else who has graced the city’s stages. With the lyrical fortitude of Griffin or Lori McKenna, the soulful nature of Chris Stapleton or even Adele, Townes is paving ground all her own.