The Custom Shop Band

The Custom Shop, from Louisville, CO, plays the blues, rock, R&B and Motown as well as its edgier original take in those genres. 

Hogback Blues Band

The band covers various artist and bands, such as; Bobby "Blue" Bland, Little Milton, Magic Slim, The Bus Boys, Bobby Rush, John Lee Hooker, as well as several originals.


17​NOV

10​NOV

26​NOV

31
DEC

Tommy Knoxville Band


24​NOV

NEW YEAR'S EVE - The Outliers


Brian Hornbuckle Band

Brian Hornbuckle is a third generation musician whose roots lie heavily in the blues. 

18​NOV

12​NOV

11​NOV

The Outliers


Taylor Scott / Nick Clark

 "Heavily influenced by soul, funk, blues, jazz, and rock & roll, Taylor Scott's music is gaining a reputation for transcending the limitations of a single genre.  His diversely influenced "soul/jam" group, The Taylor Scott Band, is a high-powered extension of this mélange of sounds."

Ricky Earl with Cherise

Ricky Earl is a Louisiana Blues Man; the Piper of the Blues brings a new vibe of blues music to the scene. His Chicago Style Blues Music is a mix of Johnny Taylor, Chuck Berry and Sam Cooke, BB king all wrapped up in one. Ricky has worked with some of the greatest blues artist like, Little Milton, and Albert King. Cherise has made a name for herself in the soul and blues genre by working with the likes of Sam Mayfield, Solomon Burke and the present , Mr. Ricky Earl. She is a lightning rod on stag as she dances and sings her way into your heart.

The Closers

The blues...no apologies. This ain't rock dressed up as the blues. Digging deeper down to the roots of the American Musical Experience....The blues is a long train baby, swingin', jumpin', chuggin'...from Texas to Chicago, New Orleans to Los Angeles...all aboard, we got plenty of room.

22​NOV

25​NOV

Kenny Perkins

Like a fine single malt, music seems to get better with age. Kenny Perkins’ Wild Frontier siphons a plethora of old and new genres into a barrel and waits until it produces a taste pleasing to all the senses. B.B. King blues, Ben Harper alternative and Van Morrison lyricism underpin the slew of distorted guitars, rhythmic drums and raspy-yet-trained vocals that bite through the full-bodied album.

Blues Bar and Cajun Cafe