What’s On Tap – 9/24/20
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Gruene Hall –
Thursday – September 24th
Adam Johnson 6-9p
Friday – September 25th
Ezra Charles Band 6-10p
Saturday – September 26th
Flat Top Jones 1-5p / Granger Smith 9p
Sunday – September 27th
Slim Bawb & the Fabulous Stump Grinders 12:30-4:40p / Kathy Murray & the Kilowatts with Kaz Kazanoff
Monday September 28th
Bret Graham 6-9p
Wednesday – September 30th
Jason George with Dennis Fallon & Aaron Convington 6-9p
Floore’s Country Store –
Friday September 25th
Aaron Lewis – Formerly Stained front man – two shows 6pm & 10pm
Saturday September 26th
Robert Earl Keen – Doors at 7p / Show at 9p
Sunday September 27th
Robert Earl Keen – Doors at 6pm / Show 7pm
LOL Comedy Club –
Thursday-Saturday – September 24th-26th
Chingo Bling – Chingo Bling is known for his insightful, unapologetic latino stand-up comedy and multiple viral videos. He is a fearless, cross platform performer who has appeared in everything from feature films and MTV shows, to comedic web series, musical parodies and sold out live stand-up comedy shows all over the USA. Chingo Bling’s podcast, What Did He Said, can be found on all streaming platforms.
Zahid Dewji & Andrew Youngblood – 7:30p
Pick’s Bar –
Thurs – Live Band Karaoke with Retro Nouveau – 9p
Fri – Jenn E. & the Dealers – 9p
Sat – Love Killed the Hero – 9p
Sun – DJ Double R 9p
Wed – TDB – 8:30p
Thursday – September 24th –
Bonnaroo: the event which was canceled this year due to the coronavirus pandemic, will be holding its first Virtual Roo-Ality festival. The event will feature new performances and panels, as well as iconic sets from the festival’s archives. The free, three-day event begins streaming at 4:30 p.m. each day on Bonnaroo’s YouTube channel.
Philly Music Fest 2020 Livestream – Day 1 – 6:00 pm – Today: Japanese Breakfast, The Districts and Arnetta Johnson
Melissa Etheridge: Etheridge TV Livestream – ‘Mama’s Choice’ – 5:00 pm – $10.00
Tiesto: Live at Red Rocks – 5:30 pm – Live broadcast of Tiesto’s socially distant concert from Morrison, CO
MAX: Live at The Greek Theatre Los Angeles – 8:00 pm – To celebrate the release of his sophomore album ‘Colour Vision’, multiplatinum Sony recording artist MAX will take over The Greek Theatre in Los Angeles, CA for a full-production virtual concert.
Friday – September 25th –
The Monterey Jazz Festival: Will be going virtual for its 63rd annual event. The festival will stream on YouTube beginning at 7 p.m. each day.
Thao Nguyen Livestream – Noise Pop Presents: No Place Like Home – 9:00 pm – A Livestream Benefit Series for the Bay Area Independent Live Music Community
Philly Music Fest 2020 Livestream – Day 2 – 6:00 pm – Today: Langhorne Slim, Mt. Joy and Clap Your Hands Say Yeah
Crack Sabbath Livestream – On LiveConcertsStream.com – 10:30 pm – Crack Sabbath, Seattle’s premiere grunge-jazz act, are coming hot, messy, and fast. Not to be missed. Crack features Skerik, Ron Weinstein, Keith Lowe, and Mike Stone. GET IT.
Blue Ox Festival: Campout in the Pines – Day 1 – 5:00 pm- $14.99 – Live broadcast of the socially distanced weekend of camping and live music, from Whispering Pines Campground in Eau Claire, Wisconsin. Today features Yonder Mountain String Band, The Big Wu, and more.
Perpetual Groove: Sweet Covidious Antidote – 8:00 pm – Broadcasting live from the Music Matters warehouse in Atlanta, GA
Fitz and The Tantrums: Live at Red Rocks – 8:00 pm – $24.99 – Live broadcast of Fitz and The Tantrums’ socially distant concert from Morrison, CO
Saturday – September 26th –
Wonho – K-pop star Wonho is performing his first live solo show for his solo debut album Love Synonym #1 : Right for Me. The global livestream will feature songs from the mini album, as well as new tunes, cover songs, behind-the-scenes footage and more. The event streams on LiveXLive beginning at 10 p.m. tickets on sale on LiveXLive.com.
Blue Ox Festival: Campout in the Pines – Day 2 – 5:00 pm – $14.99 – Live broadcast of the socially distanced weekend of camping and live music, from Whispering Pines Campground in Eau Claire, Wisconsin. Today features Yonder Mountain String Band, Lindsay Lou, and more.
‘Best Of Pitchfork Music Festival’ Broadcast – 6:00 pm – Pre-recorded- Featuring legendary moments from the Pitchfork Music Festival archives, including performances by Angel Olsen, Beach House, Big Thief, Blood Orange, Carly Rae Jepsen, Charli XCX, Danny Brown, FKA twigs, Grimes, Jamila Woods, Kamasi Washington, LCD Soundsystem, Mitski, Perfume Genius, Rico Nasty, Robyn, Run the Jewels, Sleater-Kinney, Solange, and Wilco. –
All proceeds from will be donated to the Movement for Black Lives, an organization dedicated to creating space for Black organizations across the country to debate and discuss current political conditions, develop shared assessments of what political interventions were necessary in order to achieve key policy, cultural and political wins, and convene organizational leadership in order to create a shared movement wide strategy.
Farm Aid 2020 On The Road – Virtual Festival – 7:00 pm – Willie Nelson & The Boys, John Mellencamp, Neil Young, Dave Matthews, Black Pumas, Bonnie Raitt & Boz Scaggs and Brandi Carlile will be among performers for the first virtual installment of Farm Aid.
Farm Aid is an all-day festival that brings together incredible music, good food and hands-on activities to get folks in touch with the roots of our food. Since 1985, Farm Aid has raised $60 million to help family farmers thrive all over the country while inspiring millions of people to take part in the Good Food Movement.
John Oates with The Good Road Band Livestream – 7:00 pm – $9.99 – Broadcasting live from 3rd & Lindsley in Nashville, TN
Grand Ole Opry Livestream: Sierra Hull, Connie Smith, and Marty Stuart – 7:00 pm – Kick off the fall season with the Saturday Night Grand Ole Opry featuring performances from Sierra Hull, Connie Smith, and Marty Stuart as they keep the music playing and the circle unbroken.
Hartland Hootenanny: Episode 24 – Hosted by Ketch Secor of Old Crow Medicine Show – 7:00 pm – This week’s special guest: Maggie Rose
Sunday – September 27th –
Todd Snider Livestream – 11:00 pm – What It Is – Live with Todd Snider airs weekly every Sunday at 11am CT from The Purple Building Studio in East Nashville.
Marlow Rosado – Nonprofit GiGi’s Playhouse, Inc. is hosting a free virtual concert with Marlow Rosado at 6 p.m. on Facebook and on the website here. Donations will benefit GiGi’s At Home educational and therapeutic programs, helping to break down barriers for individuals with Down syndrome and promoting global acceptance.
Sound Effects: SF Bay Area Musicians Relief Broadcast – 9:00 pm – Pre-recorded – Join us for performances from Sound Summit 2016 at Mount Tamalpais State Park, Marin County, CA, featuring Wilco, Los Lobos, Bill Frisell, The Stone Foxes, and Matt Jaffe, all of whom have graciously allowed use of their performance footage for this endeavor.
100% of all donations raised will go directly to musicians in need through our friends at Sweet Relief
Monday – September 28th –
Scott Law Livestream – DHL-TV – 6:20 pm
The Slip 8/7/2004 Broadcast – 6:45 pm – Recorded live at the Ice Cream Truck, Tyrone Farm, Pomfret, CT
Della Mae Livestream – Monday Night Hoedown – 7:00 pm
Dustin Lynch Livestream – 7:00 pm – $9.99 – Broadcasting live from 3rd and Lindsley in Nashville, TN
Tuesday – September 29th –
Scott Guberman Livestream – The Creekside Music Hall Show – 5:00 pm
Allen Stone: Live at The Lodge – Episode 25 – 7:00 pm
Goodbye June Livestream – 8:00 pm – $9.00 – Live from The Basement East in Nashville, TN
Wednesday – September 30th –
Live From 4 Peaks “Blasts From the Past” – Scott Law from 2019 – 5:00 pm – Relive Scott Law’s 2019 set from 4 Peaks Music Festival.
Michael McDonald Presents ‘Home Alone: A Special Solo Concert’ – 7:00 pm – $20.00
Phish: Dinner And A Movie – Dinner And A Movie – 7:30 pm – This week’s beneficiary is The Mimi Fishman Foundation, a volunteer-administered, fan-driven non-profit dedicated to raising funds for a diverse range of charitable organizations that each, in some way, touched the life of the founder, Mimi Fishman. Jon Fishman’s mother Mimi established the foundation with the idea that partnering with bands like Phish could truly influence charitable giving and philanthropic engagement. Organizations supported by TMFF are focused on the health and wellbeing of children and families with a particular emphasis on visual impairment.
Them Slack-Jawed SOB’s Livestream – Live from the Art Boutiki – 10:30 pm – Boot stompin’, shit kickin’, whiskey drinkin’ party tunes presented LIVE from The Art Boutiki.