|From:||Lil' Stevie B|
|Sent on:||Monday, June 28, 2010 7:40 PM|
|If you���re looking for something to do on a Wednesday night; |
C���mon down to Long Beach for an open jam and maybe some open JAMbalaya! (Cajun cuisine, beer/wine)
NO COVER CHARGE
Cat Man Blu http://www.catmanblu.com/
It���s a classic blues/jazz dive in the heart of the new Long Beach.
In-between Ocean Blvd and Shoreline Drive on Pine Ave.
Cat Man Blu is a clean bright restaurant on one side and a dark club on the other.
Guess which side we���re on!
Come down, relax, eat/drink and listen to the players (all musicians/singers/entertainers encouraged to perform) or better yet, get up on stage and belt it out!
(It would be great to have someone do some stand up between sets too.)
We play a mix of blues/jazz/rock/funk/pop/oldies (and whatever any jammers can come up with).
(We've been gettin' some great sax players lately)
The Bluz Doggz are;
Greg Hall (Guitar/lead vocal), Leo Valenzuela (bass/vocals), Bill Crandall (Drums), Steve Ballasteros (Guitar).
And Andre (the owner) on keys (a real Hammond and Leslie ��� and a synth on top).
Every Wednesday @ 8:30
Cat Man Blu, on the NW corner of Pine and Seaside in Long Beach
Bring your friends and family.
Drums, bass amp, keys, and PA provided. Guitar and harp players should bring an amp. (Or you can use my souped up Deluxe Reverb.)
C���mon and check it out!
51 South Pine Ave., Long Beach, CA 90802 ph: [masked]
All players/singers/drinkers/loiterers are invited.
Parking on the streets is free after 9:00 and it���s a quarter for 15 minutes until then.
There���s a lot right behind the club that is accessed via Ocean Blvd (and down a driveway) which is free after the attendant leaves (about 8:00).
Directions; Go down the 710 and pretend you're going to the convention center - turn left after the Ferris Wheel - go a couple of blocks and you're there.
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