Eastside Detroit native Doug Deming, now hailing from Florida’s Gulf Coast, has garnered widespread attention for his deft guitar work and memorable songwriting. With a nod to the likes of T-Bone Walker and Charlie Christian, as well as Luther Tucker and Robert Jr. Lockwood, Doug leaves his own mark whether swingin’ on the big jazz box, or playing straight up blues on the solid body Fender guitar. Since playing the local Detroit scene beginning in the early 90’s, Doug has spent much of the following years touring and recording with top blues artists, including Fabulous Thunderbirds frontman Kim Wilson, legendary Louisiana swamp bluesman Lazy Lester, Texas’ Gary Primich, Chicago greats Johnny “Yard Dog” Jones and A.C. Reed, as well as Detroit’s own Queen of the Blues, Alberta Adams. Leading his band The Jewel Tones, Doug continues to bring noteworthy traditional and original roots music to his audiences.
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September 29, 2018 @ 9:00 pm – 11:30 pm America/New York Timezone
9:30 pm Open Mic ~ Wednesday Friends Day
Open Mic ~ Wednesday Friends Day
Jan 23 @ 9:30 pm – Jan 24 @ 1:00 am
9.30pm-1am | EVERY WEDNESDAY NIGHT Any style music, original or cover songs welcome. No matter what instrument you play, come on down and jam. A house band is there for back up. If you’re in a band, are part of a band, or a soloist, come on down for a great night! You can play any of our instruments as ...
9:30 pm Rockstar Karaoke
Jan 24 @ 9:30 pm – Jan 25 @ 12:00 am
Looking for something truly unique? New England’s award winning live band karaoke show can make you and your guests honorary rock stars for the night. Choose from over 500 songs on the band’s list and get on stage like a rock star! Just you, the microphone, and the band.
9:30 pm Wildcat O’Halloren
Jan 25 @ 9:30 pm – Jan 26 @ 12:00 am
The Wildcat O’Halloran Band has been thrilling audiences in Western Massachusetts for over twenty years, and is currently promoting its 11th album “Midnight Service Call” building on the success of the last three: “Party Up In Heaven”, “Cougar Bait” and “Drinkin’ With the Harp Girls” each of which was played on over 200 stations, and called “crazy-fun” by the Boston ...