Uncle Bo's Upcoming Events

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  • Fri
    31
    Jul
    2015

    Too Slim & The Traildraggers

    Doors open @ 6:30 & Show starts @ 8

     Tim "Too Slim" Langford & the Taildraggers came out of Spokane, Washington like a man with the hellhounds nipping at his heels in 1986.  Twenty-eight years and 18 albums later the band is still not only going strong but are hot on the heels of their newest release, a two-disc anthology containing 34 tunes, including three new tunes produced by Tom Hambridge.  All tunes with the exception of three were written by Langford and of those three, two were co-written by Langford & Hambridge and one was co-written by Hambridge and Jim Suhler.  Tim Langford is a spectacular guitarist, songwriter and vocalist whose music has a timeless quality that will hold up over time, selling equally well twenty years down the road as it does on its release date. - Bill Wilson

  • Sat
    01
    Aug
    2015

    Dennis Grueling and The Jewel Tones featuring Dennis Grueling

    Doors open @ 6:30 & Show starts @ 8

    Blues Swing and R&B from New Jersey

     Having spent time in New Orleans during 1992-3, Dennis came back home to the Garden State of NJ and quickly gained a reputation as a young rising star on the local scene, working in a couple different local blues bands. In addition to studying the classic harmonica & Chicago Blues records (Little Walter, Big Walter, James Cotton, Muddy Waters, etc…), Dennis also “cut his teeth” on some classic blues/R&B/swing saxophone records from the likes of Illinois Jacquet, Willis Jackson, Red Prysock, and Gene Ammons. In 1998 he started to form his own local “all-star” band (including saxophonist Joel Frahm). Ever since his self-titled debut with that band (Dennis Gruenling & Jump Time!) hit the streets in 1999, Dennis has pulled in countless fans and numerous accolades from critics & musicians around the world for his swinging, highly original harmonica sound and style. Taking equal parts from the harmonica and swing/saxophone traditions and styles, Dennis has pushed the boundaries further for the sound of blues harmonica, while in the meantime pioneering a whole new sound and direction for the harmonica.

  • Fri
    07
    Aug
    2015
    Sat
    08
    Aug
    2015

    Stacy Mitchhart

    Doors open @ 6:30 & Show starts @ 8

    Blues from Cincinnati, Ohio. 

     Mitchhart’s musical journey began in his native Cincinnati, Ohio, in a home where jazz guitar masters like Wes Montgomery and Johnny Smith were played on the stereo. Therefore it was natural that he gravitated to the six-string. As a child he saw the outrageous Little Richard on a TV show and was captivated by his showmanship. Little Richard looked and acted differently than anybody he had ever been exposed to. Today, Mitchhart has created his own brand of showmanship that brings audiences back again and again.

  • Wed
    12
    Aug
    2015

    Paul Thorn

    Show starts @ 6

    Americana from Tupelo, Mississippi

    Paul Thorn 

    Paul Thorn's new album Too Blessed To Be Stressed stakes out new territory for the popular roots-rock songwriter and performer. "In the past, I've told stories that were mostly inspired by my own life," the former prizefighter and literal son of a preacher man offers. "This time, I've written 10 songs that express more universal truths, and I've done it with a purpose: to make people feel good."

    Which explains numbers like the acoustic-electric charmer Don't Let Nobody Rob You Of Your Joy, where Thorn's warm peaches-and-molasses singing dispenses advice on avoiding the pitfalls of life. The title track borrows its tag from a familiar saying among the members of the African-American Baptist churches Thorn frequented in his childhood. "I'd ask, 'How you doin', sister?' And what I'd often hear back was, 'I'm too blessed to be stressed.' " In the hands of Thorn and his faithful band, who've been together 20 years, the tune applies its own funky balm, interlacing a percolating drum and keyboard rhythm with the slinky guitar lines beneath his playful banter.

  • Fri
    14
    Aug
    2015

    Hector Anchondo & KALO

    Doors open @ 6:30 & Show starts @ 8

    Blues from Omaha, Nebraska. 

     Hector Anchondo doesn’t just play the blues— he lives and breathes the blues. At 16-years-old, the budding musician picked up his first guitar and never looked back. He began an instant love affair with the instrument, especially Fenders. Born in Omaha, but raised seven miles outside of Salem, Missouri, Anchondo was able to take advantage of the tranquil farm life and learn guitar at a steady pace. He was drawn to those artists who played Fender Stratocasters like Jimi Hendrix, Stevie Ray Vaughn and Eric Clapton, but also respected the country greats such as Johnny Cash and Hank Williams Sr. As he got older, his propensity for music only intensified. After playing countless shows at family gatherings and hole-in-the-wall dive bars, Anchondo made the move back to Omaha, Nebraska in 2000. His first official recording, Rookies of the Year, was with his first band, Anchondo, and featured more energetic, Latin-influenced grooves. Recorded by the infamous A.J. Mogis of Presto! Studios (and later Saddle Creek Records), the album funded any touring for the next few years.

  • Sat
    15
    Aug
    2015

    The 44's

    Doors open @ 6:30 & Show starts @ 8

    Blues from Los Angeles, California. 

     The 44's are a Los Angeles-based band who play blues-roots-rock music. The 44's are one the brightest rising stars on the American blues roots scene. Make no mistake about it. The raw rough and tough sounds generated by these four expert musicians during live performances and in the making of their Sophomore album Americana, on the Rip Cat label, demands to be heard by Blues music fans World Wide. They evidence a genuine gift for creating blues in the moment while at the same time showing loyalty to a remarkable blues-and-r&b tradition that goes back decades through the James Harman Band and the Red Devils to storied greats like Howlin' Wolf, Albert Collins, and Muddy Waters. They've become a favorite band of club and festival crowds across North America.

  • Tue
    18
    Aug
    2015

    Walter Trout

    Show starts @ 6

    Blues from New Jersey.

     Walter Trout is known as one of the best Blues artist in the world. After a liver transplant in 2014, Trout is back on the road for a world tour this year. the highly recognized musician has been performing and producing music for over 25 years. Come check out Walter Trout and you are sure to be in for a great night of some of the best Blues music in the world!

  • Fri
    21
    Aug
    2015

    Josh Garrett Band

    Doors open @ 6:30 & Show starts @ 8

     Josh Garrett is a songwriter, singer and guitar player from New Roads, LA.  He and his family relocated to  Houma, LA when Josh was a child.  Josh picked up his father’s guitar when he was 12 years old and started writing songs soon after.  By age 20, Garrett was performing several times a week in Houma, LA.   At age 24, he recorded his  first album entitled, “Changed Man” and never looked back.  Josh and his band started to travel regionally to promote his new album.   In 2008, he relocated to Nashville, TN.   While there, he recorded his second album, “Live on Printer’s Alley” - a double album released Nov 2009.   In 2010, Josh returned home to Louisiana, and began work on his third album.  "String of Problems”, released Aug 2011, hit #1 on the Roots Music Louisiana Blues Charts,  and hit the #1 Spot two weeks in a row on American Blues Scene “Blues Top Five”.   While continuing to tour and promote his unique brand of Louisiana roots and soul, Garrett recorded his latest album “Honey For My Queen”.   

  • Sat
    22
    Aug
    2015

    Platinum Express

    Doors open @ 6:30 & Show starts @ 8

    Show Band from Kansas City.

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    Platinum Express features three out front vocalist and The Full Steam Horn section, knocking out the best Rhythm and Blues, Motown, Hot-Buttered Soul, and Sophisticated Funk in the straight-ahead, vibrant "Kansas City tradition".

    Members of Platinum Express have backed up, performed, and/or recorded with Aretha Franklin, Sister Sledge, Dionne Warwick, The Righteous Brothers, Frank Sinatra, Tony Bennett, Kevin Mahogany, Bloodstone, members of Tower of Power, and The Temptations. Make sure you're on board, 'cause this ride's a blast!

     

  • Fri
    04
    Sep
    2015
    Sat
    05
    Sep
    2015

    The Cate Brothers

    Doors open @ 6:30 & Show starts @ 8

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  • Fri
    11
    Sep
    2015

    The Exceptions

    Doors open @ 6:30 & Show starts @ 8

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  • Sat
    12
    Sep
    2015

    Ghost Town Blues Band

    Doors open @ 6:30 & Show starts @ 8

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  • Fri
    18
    Sep
    2015

    Anthony Gomes

    Doors open @ 6:30 & Show starts @ 8

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