What we're about

Meeting people interested in Music! Finding band/jam mates! Any aspect-from the musician to production, lighting, sound, and managing. All musical tastes, styles, and interests welcome. We Promote Music and Bands as well as Singers and Songwriters around the Tri-State area.

Upcoming events (5+)

Friday Night Acoustic Open Mic!

The HeadHouse

Friends - every Friday evening The HeadHouse at 122 Lombard Street has an intimate & friendly acoustic Open Mic in the front of their main bar room. Its lots of fun, easy sign-up, and a nice way to meet fellow musicians & singers. All talents and skill levels welcome - no cover to participate or enjoy the performances. Sign ups start at 9, music at 9:30. If you have questions, The HeadHouse phone # is[masked], feel free to call for more details. Although there is no cover charge, there is a $5 minimum for food & drinks, which seems like a sensible policy to make sure the restaurant is making some money to let Artists have some fun on a Friday night. David

Saturday Open Mic

The HeadHouse

Friends - every Saturday evening The HeadHouse at 122 Lombard Street has an intimate & friendly acoustic Open Mic in the front of their main bar room. Its lots of fun, easy sign-up, and a nice way to meet fellow musicians & singers. All talents and skill levels welcome - no cover to participate or enjoy the performances. Sign ups start at 9, music at 9:30. *Chris "Thumbnail" hosts the Saturday open mic once a month, with signups at 8:15pm and playing at 8:30pm. Please check the listings for precise dates when Chris hosts. If you have questions, The HeadHouse phone # is[masked], feel free to call for more details. Although there is no cover charge, there is a $5 minimum for food & drinks, which seems like a sensible policy to make sure the restaurant is making some money to let Artists have some fun on a Friday night. David

Friday Happy Hour & Karaoke at Lair KTV (1025 Arch Street)

Friends - join us for "Friday & Karaoke" at Lair KTV, a terrific Karaoke lounge, at 1025 Arch Street in Chinatown. We had a fantastic time here before & I'm looking forward to seeing everyone again. Join us there starting at 5pm and we'll be gathering at the main bar. This event is FREE to attend & singing Karaoke is FREE as well. Lair KTV is in the basement, so don't be surprised when you are brought downstairs. Lair KTV normally doesn't have Happy Hour on Fridays, but they'll make an exception just for us -- there will be discounted beers and cocktails from 5pm to 7pm! Best Way to Start the Weekend Although Happy Hour deals end at 7pm, we usually are still going strong at 9pm or 10pm, sometimes even later. Meet, Talk, Network, & SING! Our First Friday Happy Hour & Karaoke series has been a lots of fun and a great way to meet people. I'm looking forward to seeing everyone! see you there, David[masked]

Chubby Carrier and the Bayou Swamp Band 2020 MARDI GRAS PARTY, Creole Potluck

Potluck begins at 7:00 PM Dance Lesson with two very special instructors: 7:30 PM No partners necessary • Live music & dance: 8:30 PM COSTUMES WELCOME. Potluck. Bring a dish to share, preferably Louisiana style! Prepare to be FUNKIFIED, ZYDECOFIED, and the pleasant victim of a Chubby party. If you haven’t experienced the high energy, swamp funky zydeco sound of Chubby Carrier and the Bayou Swamp Band, it is high time that you join the legions of fans that have. THERE AIN’T NO PARTY LIKE A CHUBBY PARTY!” Roy "Chubby" Carrier is an American zydeco musician. He is the leader of Chubby Carrier and the Bayou Swamp Band. Carrier's father and grandfather both played zydeco music, and his cousins recorded under the name The Carrier Brothers. He was taught to play accordion by his father, Roy Carrier Sr., and played with his father's band at age 12, first on accordion and then on drums. By age 17, he played drums with Terrance Simien from 1986 until 1989, then formed a group of his own with his brothers Troy and Kevin. Carrier's third album, 1993's Dance All Night, was his biggest success.[1] Carrier has made guest appearances on albums by Tab Benoit – Live: Swampland Jam, Doug Kershaw – Cajun Sweet Home Louisiana, Calvin Owens – Stop Lying in My Face and Jimmy Thackery – Switching Gears. Carrier's 2010 release Zydeco Junkie won the Grammy in the category Best Zydeco or Cajun Music Album.[2]

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