r

Tampa's iconic music venue and restaurant as seen on
Travel Channels' Man V. Food Nation, Adam Richman's Best Sandwich In America,
The Golf Channel's Golf Now, NBCSports' Charlie Moore: No Offense
venuecateringrestaurant venue
910 Skipper Road • Tampa FL 33613 • (813) 971-0666 • MAP
corner of Nebraska Avenue and Skipper Road • near USF • north of Fletcher • south of Bearss • east of 275
history
shows
tickets
menu
links
contact

CONCERT CALENDAR

Advance tickets FAQs are here.

All shows are rain or shine. The music venue is outdoors, with about half the audience area being covered, so dress appropriately. Sensible footware, please!

Unless otherwise noted, all shows at Skipper's are 21 and up with a valid ID or you must be accompanied by a parent/guardian. Meaning that, yes, persons under 21 can attend if and only if they are accompanied by their parent or legal guardian.

Well-behaved children under 10 are free unless otherwise noted for that specific show; they must be accompanied by their legal parent or guardian unless otherwise noted for that specific show.

Other than service animals, dogs are not permitted in the concert area, in the restaurant or in the Oyster Bar. Plese leave the ferret/parrot/iguana/lemur/etc. at home.

Need a map?
Here's a PDF or if you prefer, a JPEG.
Here's a GoogleMaps link.


MARCH 2015

TUE MAR 3

Dining room & oyster bar open for your dining pleasure.

WED MAR 4

Island Night w/Impulse (ISLAND/AFRO-BEAT/REGGAE) A 23-year-old tradition continues with the ever-amazing Impulse band playing reggae, zouk and Afrobeat under the star!
8PM FREE

THU MAR 5

Grateful Dead Night w/Uncle John's Band (JAMBAND/TRIBUTE) Hippies please use side door... UJB has been faithfully bringing the music and spirit of the Grateful Dead to Skipper's every Thursday at Skipper's since 1998. unclejohnsband.com
8PM FREE

tickets

FRI MAR 6

The long awaited return of the Great Antsy McClain to Tampa. Antsy will do an intimate solo set showcasing his amazing songwriting. Then Antsy is joined by the joyful Trailer Park Troubadours for a rousing set of soulful "unhitched" jubilation direct from "Pineview Heights Trailer Park" rayzilla opens with a solo set of his unique take on "TampAmericana"

Antsy McClain & the Trailerpark Troubadours singer, songwriter, humorist and small town philosopher Antsy McClain writes what he knows: The good life. Staging his live shows from a small, fictitious trailer park called Pine View Heights (patterned after his own childhood surroundings and experiences), McClain is free from an over-abundance of material things and appreciates time with family and friends. Sharing his mantra of “Enjoy The Ride,” McClain has won friendship and collaboration with some of the most talented musicians in the world. With such a wide circle of mentors like Waylon Jennings, Tommy Smothers, guitar legend Tommy Emmanuel and cowboy poet Baxter Black, it’s no wonder McClain marches to the beat of a different drum. And his influences don’t stop there. His live shows touch upon Country, Rockabilly, Jazz, Swing, and a number of Pop culture references. McClain’s poetry, heart-felt ballads and humorous tales have garnered praise from such artists as Guy Clark, Willie Nelson, Lindsay Buckingham, and David Wilcox, to name a few. After a Nashville record deal proved unfruitful in 1999, McClain took the reins himself and blazed one of the industries first fiercely independent campaigns, producing some of Americana’s most innovative projects, and cleverly relying on fan involvement (They call themselves Flamingoheads) to finance each album, and help promote live shows and events. Before music found him, Antsy was an award-winning illustrator and designer for book and magazine publishers. As the DIY movement took hold, McClain was one of the first artists of note to not only record, mix and produce his own albums, but to serve as art director and designer for everything involving his music career; from CD package design to website design to merchandise. The band’s t-shirts are looked at as one-of-a-kind boutique item originals, often signed and numbered when sold. When accused of being a control freak, McClain flashes a guilty look, but dissuades the dig by saying, “I’ve always just tried to save myself money. I was a self employed guy with five kids. We had an agreement that my wife was to be home while they were young, and it worked out great. But I didn’t have a thousand dollars to pay somebody for a logo. If I was going to have one, I’d have to do it.” Calling himself “a life enthusiast,” Antsy McClain is eager to see what’s around every corner, and watches the horizon intently for each new change that takes place. “My life is my art,” explains Antsy, “I am painting my life one day at a time, one brush stroke at a time. As I spend time with my wife and children, or as I go on the road toward new places to make new friends, as I write a new song, as I draw or paint something for people to look at and enjoy… This is my life, and I’m grateful to have the opportunity to share it with music, with words and with pictures.” McClain looks out the window as a car whirs past, “I am enjoying the ride.”

w/Ray Villadonga

8PM $12/15

tickets

SAT MAR 7

Southern Culture on the Skids (TRAILER TRASH ROCK) Long the bards of downward mobility, Southern Culture on the Skids have always embodied a sleazy, raucous, goodnatured, goodtime take on the culture of the South. Recently described by Dwight Yoakam (in Filter) as 'really on the outside, like Dick Dale meets Hank Thompson,' SCOTS have mixed high and low culture for decades, endlessly touring, serving up moonshine martinis and poultry picking for fans everywhere. Since 1983, when they formed in Chapel Hill, North Carolina, SCOTS have played their unique hybrid of Americana, surf, R&B, rockabilly, and swamp pop (the band describes their sound as 'toe sucking geek rock kinda weird, but it feels good when youre doing it'), all the while driving fans into ecstatic, sweatdrenched paroxysms of joy. Assisted by his cohorts in chaos drummer Dave Hartman and bassist/singer/heartbreaker Mary Huff Miller and crew have been prolific and ubiquitous for over twenty years. From their 1985 debut Voodoo Beach Party, to the international smash, 1998s Dirt Track Date (featuring the hit single 'Camel Walk'), and up to 2007s gender bending album of cover tunes Countrypolitan Favorites, Southern Culture on the Skids have continued to throw what Rolling Stone dubbed 'a hell raising rock and roll party.' Their 2005 live outing, Doublewide and Live!, captured all of this on tape, dirty, rough, wild and above all fun!! 2010 saw the bands first selfrelease, The Kudzu Ranch, plus the reissue of their classic 1991 album, Too Much Pork For Just One Fork. In 2011 the band released the out of print 1996 Santo Swings EP digitally for the first time ever on Cinco de Mayo.Now this fall the band is gearing up for the release of Zombified Extended Reissue on September 27, 2011. Southern Culture On The Skids tribute to the horror and exploitation movies that populated Southern theaters and driveins during the 60s and 70s, Zombified is being released this fall on Kudzu Records. Originally released in Australia as an eight song EP in 1998, Zombified is now a fulllength album with the addition of five new tunes.The new and improved Zombified has been remastered and repackaged with cover art by Sean Starwars and design by Yee Haw industries. Rick Miller, guitarist and singer for the band said, 'you know, the Zombified EP never had a proper U.S. release and the band is excited about it happening now as a full album.' The album will be available in all formats, CD, digital download and LP.

w/ Woolly Bushmen (CALYPS'A'BILLY) Take 50's and 60's Rock 'n' Roll and smash em together in a filthy diseased garbage compactor..........THAT'S US!!!!!

8PM $15/20

tickets

SUN MAR 8

Bachaco Reggae Rock and Latin Roots sounds perfectly blend feel-good Reggae Music with conscious lyrics and party jams to the beat of their own Afro-Caribbean Roots Rock inspired by new and classic sounds of Bob Marley songs, Latin Music and California Reggae. The band’s Upcoming Full-Length Album is due March 2015 and features 12 tracks including the Hit Singles “Good Morning“, “Sunfire Girl” and “Keep Your Head Up” along with a collection of BACHACO’s Best Reggae Songs. The New Reggae Songs will make you groove and have you jammin’ every track as each flows with its own influences of Dancehall, Ska, Rock, Hip-Hop, Dub and Latin Reggae. A U.S. Tour will be announced early this year to coincide with the release of the album and the band’s 8th Anniversary. In 2014, Concert Channel Sessions broadcasted BACHACO Live from Hollywood, California during Prime Time for over 20 countries including: Argentina, Aruba, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Dominican Republic, El Salvador, Mexico, Panama, Peru, Trinidad, Uruguay, and Venezuela. Telemundo’s “Premios Tu Mundo” 2014 awarded the band a Gibson Sponsorship on National TV for winning Budlight’s “Buscando Mi Ritmo” Live Music Reality TV Summer Series with their Upcoming Latin Dancehall Single “Tú” featuring international Telenovela Rockstar “Joseguillermo” Cortines from Dominican Republic which is due for release in 2015. November 22, Ojo de Buey from Costa Rica featured BACHACO at the Miami Reggae Festival to celebrate the release of their New Single and Video “Una Sola Nación” meaning “One Nation” a song they wrote together and recorded at Live House Studios in Miami, Florida with producer Mariano Aponte (Puerto Rico) and speaks about coming together as humans. Also in 2014, BACHACO headlined the 5 de Mayo Beach Fest (Miami Beach) with Gondwana (Chile) where they performed together on stage their Reggae Rock collaboration ‘Cruzando Fronteras’ from BACHACO’s debut album. Matt from BACHACO is also featured on Gondwana’s latest single “Mucho Verso” BACHACO’s 2012 self-titled debut album which includes the Latin Roots Hit Singles ‘Jamaican Cumbia’ ‘Cumbia Pa’ La Nena’ and ‘Ni Una Lagrima’ has been featured on MTV Tr3s, MTV Latin America, CNN en Español, Telemundo, iTunes ‘New and Noteworthy’, Sirius XM Radio, About.com, MSN Latinzine, BMI.com, Gibson.com, AOL Radio’s Rock Latino Top 10, Terra.com, ZUMBA, Venevision Internacional, Miami New Times, Miami.com, El Nuevo Herald (Miami), Viernes Magazine (Miami) Batanga.com, Boom Magazine (Miami), LatinRapper.com, VIPLatino.com, Inity Weekly (Colorado), Brightest Young Things (DC), Reven Magazine (South Carolina), Que Pasa Mi Gente (Charlotte), Nativo Rock (Orlando), The Atlantic Current (South Florida), RCKLG (Argentina), Guacamaya FM (Nicaragua), Rio Live Reggae Radio (Ecuador), KeysWeekly.com (Key West), Remezcla, PulsoBeat.com, ItsInMiami.com, YardHype.com, PuertoRicoUnder.com and many other media outlets througout the U.S. and abroad. Since 2007 BACHACO has performed over 300 concerts from Argentina to Canada sharing stage and performing at the same events and festivals as other big names in the reggae and world music scenes

Leaf LEAF is a multigenerational, multicultural, wannabe jam band from Clearwater Florida. Having survived countless incarnations, keyboardists, rhythm guitarists, and other players, the original three founding members Tommy(guitar), JD(bass), and Just George(drums) have kept the band together for 6 years. Two surfers and a veteran almost twice their age whom they rely upon for wisdom and errr discipline. They have never toured, made it, or hit the big time, but they play each show as if they were playing New Years Eve at Winterland in 1978. Even their smallest shows are filled with happy good feelings and hope for better days which is just the way these humble troubadours like it. LEAF, love everything always and forever. One Love

Los Beltran After having worked in different projects in the past, Javier Leon, Samuel Alba and Carlos Ocampo get together once again to create a new sound in which different genres like Rock, Reggae, Salsa, Cumbia other latin elements are essential for this new sound called "Los Beltrán". "When Julian Collazos joins the band, his latin percussion consolidates the bands interest for tropical rhythms. With the help of Josue Chevere on Drums and Andrew Rosenthal on the Trombone, Los Beltrán begin to work on their first material which includes songs that have become fundamental in the fast development of the band like "El Magnate", "La Víctima", "De Lao a Lao" among others. Currently the band is focusing on the last touches for what is going to be their first album. For the time being, the name of this production is reserved, however, Los Beltrán hope to be making the announcement of its release by the end of 2015.

5PM $7/10

  CLOSED MONDAYS
TUE MAR 10

WED MAR 11

Island Night w/Impulse (ISLAND/AFRO-BEAT/REGGAE) A 23-year-old tradition continues with the ever-amazing Impulse band playing reggae, zouk and Afrobeat under the star!
8PM FREE

THU MAR 12

Grateful Dead Night w/Uncle John's Band (JAMBAND/TRIBUTE) Hippies please use side door... UJB has been faithfully bringing the music and spirit of the Grateful Dead to Skipper's every Thursday at Skipper's since 1998. unclejohnsband.com
8PM FREE

tickets

FRI MAR 13

Blair Crimmins (DIXIELAND JAZZ) Blair Crimmins began his current music career in Atlanta, Georgia, with a determination to bring Ragtime and 1920’s style Dixieland Jazz to new audiences. What he created was a sound that is at once modern while being deeply rooted in the past. Now four years, and five hundred shows later, he has toured the Eastern United States playing large venues and has opened for national acts such as Mumford & Sons and O.A.R. A multi-instrumentalist and music academic, Crimmins writes songs and arrangements for a classic New Orleans style horn section consisting of Trumpet, Clarinet, Trombone. His debut release “The Musical Stylings Of” became a college radio sensation on WRAS Atlanta making him the most requested band on the air. His last release and video “State Hotel” landed them a full feature in Creative Loafing Atlanta. In 2012 Crimmins showed his musical diversity by writing and recording the full score for the independent short film “Old Man Cabbage”. 2013 will be another landmark year for Blair Crimmins when he begins touring to support his highly anticipated next album entitled “Sing-a-longs”. The new Blair Crimmins and The Hookers album promises to be a break through record which showcases a band who have polished their signature sound from years of touring.

w/ 6 Volt Rodeo (ROCKABILLY) Arising from the dust and tumbleweeds of Palm Harbor, Florida (an area long considered to be the wild west of Tampa Bay), five aficionados of western swing, classic country, jazz, rockabilly have combined to create Six Volt Rodeo: Florida's top Western Swing Band. facebook.com/6VoltRodeo

8PM $7/10

tickets

SAT MAR 14

Town Mountain The sound of the award-winning group Town Mountain can best be described as traditional bluegrass, albeit with a rough-hewn side to it that is not too slick or glossy. They are a band of the here-and-now, yet they have a groove that is based on the bluesy and swinging sounds explored by the firstgeneration of bluegrass pioneers of the last century. With the success of their latest album, Leave The Bottle, the word is out with some of their best reviews yet.TOWN MOUNTAIN RELEASES BRAND NEW LIVE ALBUM:LIVE AT THE ISISRecorded live March 2014 at one of Asheville’s hottest new venues, The Isis. Town Mountain brings their brand of original bluegrass/country with high-energy and spirit. The project was mixed by Scott Vestal. Scott is a good friend of the band and all around great person. “We’ve worked with him in the past and he really knows how our band is supposed to sound”, says Jesse Langlais. All in all there’s not a dull moment in the 10 song CD. 6 of the songs are written by members of the band and have been on prior recorded Town Mountain projects. There’s a few covers as well. Town Mountain puts their brand on a Hank 3, George Jones, Jed Zimmerman and the ever popular Orange Blossom Special.
The Josh Daniel/Mark Schimick Project Formed in early 2014, The Josh Daniel/Mark Schimick Project is a fiery string band blending bluegrass, soul, reggae and rock n’ roll into a style uniquely their own. Respecting their Appalachian roots, these passionate multi-instrumentalists have a way of blending their harmonies and intricate string work in to something that appeals to a wide variety of listeners.
The Applebutter Express Some people may discover The Applebutter Express through their new song “Hey My Brotha,” which is featured in the upcoming Ron Howard film “The Good Lie” starring Reese Witherspoon (set for release in October), and a single from their sophomore project One For The Home Team, scheduled for release in September 2014. However, the band’s story begins in 2004, when Kyle Biss met his future wife Shannon while working at a record store in Bradenton, Florida. Still a focused bass player, Kyle picked up a ukulele in 2010 and began to write songs, with the idea of singing with Shannon (his then girlfriend) for fun on the couch. Pretty soon the duo began making a name for themselves among the open mic community; in no time, the eclectic, tuneful duo – now known as The Applebutter Express – were the talk of Tampa, Fl. Kyle and Shannon married in 2011, and in 2012 added Joe Trivette (fiddle) and Matt DeSear (bass) to the band. Since then, The Applebutter Express has performed at such prestigious festivals as Bonnaroo Music and Arts Festival, Hulaween.. Bobby Lee Rogers Whether rocking out to his own compositions in the jazz or jamband scenes or presenting his unique interpretations of musical greats such as Miles Davis, John Coltrane or Wes Montgomery, guitarist Bobby Lee Rodgers is staking out a legendary path with fans and critics alike. His unique sound and stylings are garnering a growing popularity wherever he performs. Growing up with the guitar as a young boy he went on to study Classical and Jazz guitar at the University of Georgia. After college he moved to Boston and became one of the youngest instructors of Jazz Studies with the prestigious Berklee College of Music at just 23. While an accomplished teacher, it was performing that fueled Bobby’s energy and soon, along with Col. Bruce Hampton, he became one of the founding members of the Legendary Southern Band The Codetalkers. Bobby began his solo career in 2009 at the Wanee Music Festival in Florida where he performed in front of 10,000 people. He made such an impact on the audience that he was asked to come back in 2010 and again this year for the 2011 festival.
But Bobby did not forget his jazz roots. The Bobby Lee Rodgers Jazz Trio takes one back to the Golden Decade when Jazz was the soul of the city. Along with playing his Jazz originals, during performances he captures the sounds of the great artists of our time like Miles Davis, John Coltrane, Thelonious Monk and Wes Montgomery. He visits their compositions by putting his original vocabulary and sound into the harmonic structure of the songs. Bobby brings a unique sound to his performance because he plays through a combination of Leslie cabinet and vintage guitar amp which gives him the beautiful sound of an organ and guitar together. A stellar songwriter, vocalist and guitarist he fuses rock, funk, jazz and blues into a magical musical tapestry. He has performed with such great artists as Vassar Clements, Warren Haynes, Widespread Panic, George Porter Jr. and the list goes on.
Dave Easley Among the bands Dave Easley plays or has played in are the Brian Blade Fellowship on Blue Note Records and The Verve Label (in which he recorded for producer Daniel Lanois and played a duet with Joni Mitchell), Coco Robicheaux, Anderson/Easley Project, The Heartifacts, 3 Now 4 (Time Ebbing, Book of Spells, 3 Now 4),and Shannon McNally (Live at the New Orleans Jazz Fest, Run For Cover, North American Ghost Music.)
A few of the people Dave has had the honor of performing onstage or in the studio with are George Porter and Ike Stubblefield (Ruthie Foster's new as yet unreleased cd produced by John Chelew)Dave Liebman, Kenny Garret, Bill Kreutzman, Howard Levy, Charlie Byrd, Seamus Blake, world renowned sarod player, Ashish Khan, sacred steelers, the Cambell Brothers, members of the String Cheese Incident, the Grey Boy Allstars and Tiny Universe, jazz violin virtuoso, George Mason, Raymond Weber, Tony Hall, Cyril Neville, Brian Stoltz and Dr. John.
Ramblegrass Band A local Jamgrass band since 2007. There sound is between staight up bourbon drinking grass and Bob Marley!They have been The Ale and the Witch's 1st Friday band since Aptil 2011, Celebrating 4yrs!! Played Riverhawk and Orange Blossom Jamboree festivals.Bobby Britt from Town Mountain and Dave Easley from Peter Rowen, Papa Mali and Bill Krueztman sitting in on there set.
Gypsy Wind Gypsy Wind’s style carries its listeners across borders and through time. A musical journey from the Kentucky bluegrass of Bill Monroe to the gypsy swing of Django Reinhardt. Working in a medium of acoustic instruments, Gypsy Wind embodies a new take on an old blend of jazz, swing, bluegrass and folk.
Oak Hay A folk and bluegrass string band from the Tampa Bay area.
Christie Lenée Christie Lenée has been capturing a wide audience across the US, touring frequently and delivering vibrant energy at every show. Her unique guitar work is often compared to visionaries like Michael Hedges, Bela Fleck, Andy McKee, and John Mayer- fusing folky/funky playfulness with pop/rock inspired songs and virtuosic guitar compositions.
Reina Collins Roots rock singer songwriter Reina Collins is back in Tampa Bay after 20 years in the Pacific Northwest and Rocky Mountains. Her voice has been described as warm as the color of deeply polished wood and smooth and fiery at the same time – like top shelf tequila.
Este Loves She is a local songstress with some very mindful messages in her music. She will be showcased on the side stage right before Town Mountain not to be missed!!

4PM $20/25

SUN MAR 15

Row Jomah (FUSION/FUNK/POP/ROCK) Row Jomah is a five-piece group ready to make you rethink your perception of what rock music is! Check us out at many of the top venues in Tampa Bay!

Endless Flow (FEEL GOOD MUSIC) We are Endless Flow. A project representing the unlimited exchange of musical energy and love.

Between Bluffs (JAM) You know how those UF lab scientists hybridize plant specimens? Well, Between Bluffs are musicians who do the same thing but with roots of the fun, folksy, country kind. -Julie Garisto - Creative Loafing
"An engaging mix of pop, folk and a lot of other things that shouldn't work together – like the ska beats that propel opener "Two Lovers." A heavy-handed approach would crush this quickly, but singer-songwriter Jerrod Simpson and his band mates have a light touch that lets the disparate elements ease into place." - Curtis Ross - Tampa Bay Online
"The group's debut CD, Mountain Nearing, is a catchy and earthy blend of alt-country, folk, jazz, pop, modern rock and, on songs like Two Lovers and Row Your Boat, more than a little ska and reggae. But make no mistake, the trio is more Blue Ridge than 2 Tone -- there's an adventurous, soaring country-folk influence across the board." - TBT Soundcheck

Shoeless Soul (JAZZ/FUSION/REGGAE) Sometime in the summer of 2010 Rene started frequenting the open mic @ the Dunedin Brewery armed with guitar and a pocketful of tunes. Not before too long he met Sladjan Vidic and the chemistry between the two was undeniable, and the project that is shoeless soul was born.After Justin Pearl Morakis' departure, Sladjan took over on bass, Dave Gerulat was added on drums. Dave's skillful rhytmic drumming style and on point backing vocals along with the soulful jazzy stylings of Mike Ratza on Saxophone, and impeccable Backing vocals have created a unique style that is shoeless soul. Their sound has been described as feel-good pop-fusion, jazzy-reggae jam or more recently “Prozac-Pop”. The bending of genres infused with tasteful jams and catchy chorus lines gives shoeless soul a tone that has yet to be replicated. The camaraderie is undeniable and evident in the playful musical banter and infectious smiles they display on stage.

4PM $7

 

  CLOSED MONDAYS

TUE MAR 17

Under the Willow In Under the Willow we find a band where socially conscious lyrics are blended with jubilant compositions to evoke a brand of songwriting that borrows from bluegrass and folk music but is wholly unique. Erin Donovan’s vocals and ravenous fiddle playing is supported by a superb cast of multi-instrumentalist. Hayley Skreens, Patrick Donovan and Joe Lego trade their tools amongst each other, each equally proficient on guitar, mandolin or banjo. This year has seen an amazing growth in the band's notoriety. They have managed to establish themselves in two major markets, Chicago and Tampa, by traveling like snow birds. While their efforts in Chicago over the summer netted them performances with The Shook Twins, Horseshoes & Hand Grenades, Old Shoe, and SHEL, their time in Florida has seen them play at the Gasparilla Festival and Downtown River Jam. Between their two homes, Under the Willow also made their first appearance at Yonder Mountain String Band's Harvest Festival in Arkansas. They closed out 2014 at Skipper's Smokehouse supporting Donna the Buffalo.

Better Than Usually (COPE BUTTER) a mash-up band of sorts featuring members from two of Tampa Bay's most beloved acts: Cope and The Applebutter Express. Brothers Dennis and Kenny Stadelman join husband and wife duo Kyle and Shannon Biss for a performance of their favorite songs, both originals and covers, in an acoustic fashion that is sure to delight.

Jeremy Willis

7PM $7/10

WED MAR 18

Island Night w/Impulse (ISLAND/AFRO-BEAT/REGGAE) A 23-year-old tradition continues with the ever-amazing Impulse band playing reggae, zouk and Afrobeat under the star!
8PM FREE

THU MAR 19

Grateful Dead Night w/Uncle John's Band (JAMBAND/TRIBUTE) Hippies please use side door... UJB has been faithfully bringing the music and spirit of the Grateful Dead to Skipper's every Thursday at Skipper's since 1998. unclejohnsband.com
8PM FREE

tickets

FRI MAR 20

Mike Zito (BLUES) The natural habitat of the true musician is not the gleaming studio, a glitzy showbiz party or a five-star hotel. It’s the road. And if multiple Blues Music Award winner Mike Zito had a dollar for every mile of tarmac he’s burnt since his breakout in the early-’90s, they’d be piled up to his chin. “There’s just something in me,” considers the solo bandleader and Royal Southern Brotherhood co-founder (with Devon Allman and Cyril Neville), “It’s there in all musicians. You gotta love the road to be a part of this world. You’re right there, looking in people’s eyes, swapping stories, shaking hands…”  There’s an undeniable romance about a life in motion – and an enduring magic about the moment when the house lights go down, the roar of the crowd goes up and the shadows take the stage. For Mike, who began touring the Midwest circuit at the age of eighteen, and has since crossed twenty-plus countries as guitarist with the Brotherhood, this is when things get serious. “In my band, The Wheel, if you’re not already with us, you’d better get on board,” he grins. “Because otherwise we’re gonna knock you down!” Released in August 2014 in the US as the latest installment in Ruf Records’ Award winning live series, Zito’s Songs From The Road is a two-disc set that captures Mike at full throttle on his adopted home-turf. “This DVD and live album were recorded on January 10th, 2014, at Dosey Doe at The Woodlands, TX, to a sold-out crowd of crazy Texans,” he recalls. “The audience was on fire from the first note. The band played with such energy and passion. I was overwhelmed many times throughout this performance by the sheer energy of love that poured out of every soul in that building. It was a truly magical night, one I’ll never forget.” Mike Zito And The Wheel: Songs From The Road captures the push ‘n’ pull between Mike and his all-star lineup of Jimmy Carpenter (sax/vocals), Scot Sutherland (bass/vocals), Lewis Stephens (piano/organ) and Rob Lee (drums/percussion). “With the guys in The Wheel,” explains the bandleader, “we’re all on the same page. We’re not interested in solos, we want to play together.” White-hot chemistry meets world-class material on Songs From The Road, whose set list dips into pivotal moments from Mike’s storied past. There’s Greyhound: the gritty travelogue recalling the desperate events of September 2002, when a drug-addicted Mike stole his father’s credit card and bought a one-way bus ticket to Florida. “I decided I’d be doing everybody a favor if I just left, got as far away as I could go,” he remembers. On the emotional flipside, there’s Rainbow Bridge, written about the rush that a reformed Mike felt on the final approach to home. “The Rainbow Bridge is one of the tallest bridges in the South,” he explains. “I would have to drive to Louisiana to play gigs, and then I’d drive home over that Rainbow Bridge. And I knew that when I was hitting the bridge, I was almost home.”

and Jarekus Singleton (BLUES) At just 30 years old, Jarekus Singleton is a musical trailblazer with a bold vision for the future of the blues. Springing from the same Mississippi soil as Charley Patton, Muddy Waters and B.B. King, Singleton’s cutting-edge sound—equally rooted in rap, rock and blues traditions—is all his own. He melds hip-hop wordplay, rock energy and R&B grooves with contemporary and traditional blues, turning audiences of all ages into devoted fans. With his untamed guitar licks and strong, soulful voice effortlessly moving from ferocious and funky to slow and steamy to smoking hot, Singleton is a fresh, electrifying bluesman bursting at the seams with talent. Singleton's Alligator debut, Refuse To Lose, features a scintillating guitar attack and lyrically startling original songs all sung with a natural storyteller’s voice. Produced by Singleton along with Alligator Records president Bruce Iglauer and recorded at PM Music in Memphis, the album is an impossible-to-ignore first step onto the world stage. With songs telling real life, streetwise (sometimes funny) stories brimming with surprising images, pop culture references, infectious rhythms and unexpected musical twists, Refuse To Lose unleashes a new wave of blues for a new generation of fans. Jarekus Singleton has been tearing up clubs and festivals across the South, and has performed twice at the world-renowned Chicago Blues Festival. He has been featured at South Carolina's Lowcountry Blues Festival and Festival of Discovery as well as many other festivals in the South and clubs throughout Mississippi. With the addition of high-visibility performances including Springing The Blues Festival, Biscuits & Blues in San Francisco, The North Atlantic Blues Festival, The PA Blues Festival, The Mississippi Valley Blues Festival, Heritage Music Blues Festival, The Cincinnati Blues Festival and many more, Singleton is on the cusp of international stardom. Born into a family of church musicians and vocalists on July 11, 1984 in Clinton, Mississippi, Jarekus Singleton was immersed in gospel music as a child. Taught by his uncle, Jarekus began playing bass guitar at age nine in his grandfather's church band. He later switched to lead guitar and began to sharpen his instrumental and vocal skills, falling in love with the music of all three Kings (B.B., Albert and Freddie) as well as Stevie Ray Vaughan, rappers Twista and Jay-Z, and even country artist Brad Paisley. In his late teens, Jarekus pursued a career in basketball, becoming a top-seeded national player in college until an injury took him back to his music full time. For a short period he performed as a rap artist, writing his own lyrics. Before long though, he began combining his rap wordsmithing with the music of his Mississippi heritage, creating a thoroughly modern, masterfully updated take on the blues.

8PM $12/15

SAT MAR 21

5PM $12/15

WMNF CONCERT TICKET PURCHASING INFORMATION
You can purchase advance tickets online at wmnf.org/events by calling the station during business hours at 813-238-8001 or in person at Skipper's Smokehouse or other WMNF ticket outlets.

tickets

SUN MAR 22

Gal Holiday and the Honky Tonk Revue (COUNTRY) In an era of country music made shiny and plastic, Gal Holiday and the Honky Tonk Revue stick to sincerity when they write with a sense of humor the real-life stories of broken down rigs and hard luck on the road. To some it may seem unlikely that this classic honky tonk band calls New Orleans home. Since their inception the band has been led by the captivating Vanessa Niemann, an attractive songbird armed with powerhouse vocals and serious songwriting. Since leaving behind her childhood days of running barefoot with a tambourine in the Appalachians, Vanessa keeps true to her mountain roots in the swamps of New Orleans with her no-nonsense sound--albeit with a few more tattoos and better footwear. Last to Leave, is the band’s third album, was released for the first time nationally at the 2014 New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival where the band opened for Lyle Lovett. Keeping alive a purely American musical genre deserving of tribute, with both their interpretations of classic country and original compositions of real life stories, Gal Holiday and the Honky Tonk Revue are not to be missed.

w/ Sara Rose Band (CLASSIC COUNTRY/HONKY TONK) Hailing from Tampa Bay, this quintet specializes in pre-1980 country and Western swing material made famous by stars the likes of Loretta Lynn, Patsy Cline, Hank Williams, and George Jones. The group has been building a growing fan base through well-received performances at venues across Tampa Bay such as Skipper's Smokehouse, The Ale & The Witch, The Amsterdam, The New World Brewery, and The State Theatre. For this show, SRB's core lineup - vocalist Sara Rose, guitarist Mark Warren (Vodkanauts, Sarge and the Aeromen), bassist Michael Hoag (Ditchflowers, Barely Pink), drummer Todd Fermanich - will be augmented by TJ Weger (The Only Daddys) on steel guitar.

5PM $7/10

  CLOSED MONDAYS

TUE MAR 24

Sol Driven Train

7PM $5

WED MAR 25

Island Night w/Impulse (ISLAND/AFRO-BEAT/REGGAE) A 23-year-old tradition continues with the ever-amazing Impulse band playing reggae, zouk and Afrobeat under the star!
8PM FREE

THU MAR 26

Grateful Dead Night w/Uncle John's Band (JAMBAND/TRIBUTE) Hippies please use side door... UJB has been faithfully bringing the music and spirit of the Grateful Dead to Skipper's every Thursday at Skipper's since 1998. unclejohnsband.com
8PM FREE

FRI MAR 27

Halcyon (ACOUSTIC ROCK) Halcyon writes and performs well-received original songs that sacked up favorably to any national act, rife with excellent musicianship and enviably close harmonies, delivered via energetic and engaging live performances, documented on seven CD releases. The duo has built a devoted fan base through regular touring across the US particularly the Southeast, playing the Main Stage for many a Pride event including festivals in Atlanta, Chicago, Seattle, Portland, Denver and York, England. Deb Hunseder and Steph Callahan met in 1989 and had their first gig two weeks later. From the first note, they knew their entwined harmonies created something very special and unique. the duo has opened for many acts including John Mayer, india.irie, Joan Osborne, Tabitha's Secret (since morphed into Matchbox 20 and back-in-the-day they opened for Halcyon), Sister Hazel (ditto), Crosby, Stills & Nash, Joan Baez, Wynonna Judd, Melissa Ferrick and the late, great Koko Taylor.

w/Geri X featuring KatieTalbert

8PM $12

tickets

SAT MAR 28

Come Back Alice(SOUTHERN GYPSY FUNK) Come Back Alice is a Southern Gypsy Funk band. Soulful Vocals, melodic guitars, baroque style violin and funky bass & drums make up the heart of CBA’s sound. Tony Tyler (lead vocals/guitar/B3 organ), a native of Dublin, GA, began making music at the tender age of 3. With a father in the music business, it was simply in his genes, inspiring him to sing and play drums like his dad. By age 12, he was given his first guitar, and after hearing Duane Allman play slide, his focus soon shifted to fronting and leading his own band. Tony is an accomplished multi-insturmentalist with a vocal range and style that tops off his many exceptional talents. As front man for Come Back Alice, Tony brings this talent to the stage for all to enjoy. Dani Jaye (harmony vocals, violin, guitar) began her life on horseback. Her enormous passion for animals and competitive riding kept her busy through high school, but it was music that brought her true happiness and a strong sense of destiny. The gift of a violin from her aunt at age 13 planted the seed for her enveloping love of music, making her into the music power house she is today. Dani's sweet yet devilish stage presence matched by her intense fiddle styling captivates all who witness her performances. A jack of all trades, a master of 3; engineering, snowboarding, and bass. John was always musically inclined, and at the age of 19 found his instrument in the bass. A rambler, John has since traveled across the country, and spent 3 years off and on in Colorado. He attained a level 2 snowboard instructor certification, and enjoyed his time in the rockies as a jeep guide in the Elk Mountains and a raft guide on the Colorado and Roaring Fork rivers. He has since achieved a degree in engineering from UCF, and moved back home to lay mind melting, face shattering, earth quaking bass lines with CBA. His influences include Les Claypool, Jaco Pastorious, Allen Woody, Paul McCartney, James Jamerson, and Aston "Family Man" Barrett. Yral Morris, a native of Miami FL, has a playing style that is deeply rooted in gospel and jazz. First picking up the sticks at the age of 2, he was certain from the beginning that his calling was to make music. “Being on stage is indescribable. It's really unlike any feeling you could have, there are no words to describe it. A dream come true to be honest.” He brings to Come Back Alice a rock solid foundation that makes everyone in the room start to groove. “If you ain’t movin’ and groovin’ I’m not doing my job.”

w/ Flat Land (SOULFUL PUNK ROCK) It’s easy to forget Florida-based Flat Land has only four members. With a depth of sound all their own, Flat Land layers dreamy melodies over flashes of Stevie Wonder tinged funk and the occasional chaos of avant-garde blues revivalist Jack White. Frontwoman/violinist Fae Nageon de Lestang’s voice cuts through the sound, equal parts Billie Holiday and Florence and the Machine. Songs weave from afro-latin flavored riffs and soul-drenched rock-and-roll on a whim, bringing listeners on a sonic adventure where they’re sure to need their dancing shoes.

8PM $10/13

tickets

SUN MAR 29

Larry Garner (BLUES) Larry Garner was comfortable in the 9-to-5 routine of commuting to his day job, and making a good salary working for Dow Chemical. On his drive home one night, he was forced to take an alternate route. “There was an accident on the interstate, and I took a detour to avoid it,” remembers Garner. “I drove by this place that had a sign outside on wheels, with a couple lights that said, ‘Blues Jam Tonight.’ I went in, and they said to be back at 10 that night. I went home and told my wife about it. She said, ‘You know you’ve got to go to work tomorrow.’ I went anyway, played, and got home at 2:30 in the morning. That was Tabby’s Blues Box.” The scene at the legendary Baton Rouge blues hotbed was a marked contrast to the occasional weekend gigs Garner was playing at the time. It was the early 1970s, and Garner had just returned from an 3 year tour in the army. “There were no gigs,” he remembers. “It was all disco. There were occasionally American Legion gigs or weddings or rent parties. I played in my garage. I took a job with Dow Chemical, and I rarely played in public.” Garner started moonlighting for the first few years he played out at Tabby’s Blues Box. He met such Baton Rouge bluesmen as Silas Hogan, Whispering Smith, Arthur Kelly and Raful Neal. He occasionally played in New Orleans at Rhythms on Bourbon Street, or with Bryan Lee at the late, lamented Old Absinthe Bar. But eventually he couldn’t keep burning the candle at both ends. He recalls hanging out at Tabby’s one night with Kenny Neal, who’d just finished touring. When Neal pleaded with him to stick around for another drink instead of getting ready for work in the morning, Garner tried to explain. “He said, ‘You got to quit that job.’ I said, ‘I know, but I still got to go to work in the morning.’ I left, but Kenny saying that stuck in my head. I had to quit.” It was a chance for Garner to play the music he’d loved since his early childhood. Growing up near Baton Rouge in the small town of Oaknolia, Garner heard the music coming from the church near his house. “There were traveling preachers coming through, and I heard that, and I listened to WLAC in Nashville on Friday and Saturday night,” he say. “I started playing guitar because I had an uncle, George, who taught me. He was a paraplegic, and he played like Jimmy Reed. I learned through him, and started playing at the church and behind a gospel group that played on the radio. “My parents didn’t want me playing the blues,” Garner continues. “They thought it was the devil’s music — then I guess the juke joint a quarter-mile down the road was the devil’s recruitment office. I never went into the juke except during the day, when it was a store.” Garner continued playing music during his military service, and playing in army bands — while stationed in Korea — steeled him for the life of a full-time musician. Leaving Dow Chemical was initially tough for him, but now he has a devoted following throughout the country and across the Atlantic Ocean. “I’m on tour all the time,” he says. “I go to Europe and England a few times a year. Over there they really like my original stuff. They hear guys playing the blues, but when I come in, they come right up and say, ‘Thank God — a real blues band.’ We take it for granted here. They’re really appreciative there, and so am I.

5PM $7/10

  CLOSED MONDAYS

TUE MAR 31

John Ginty Band (JAM BAND BLUES) “Bad News Travels” also features some stellar guest performances by such notables as Martie Maguire from the Dixie Chicks and Court Yard Hounds on fiddle, Warren Haynes from the Allman Brothers Band and Govt. Mule on guitar, label mate Todd Wolfe on guitar, Florida bluesman Albert Castiglia on vocals and guitar, Brooklyn based blues singer Alecia Chakour, Baltimore big shot Cris Jacobs on guitar and vocals, and John’s long time recording companion Neal Casal on guitar.

7PM $5

WED APR 1

Island Night w/Impulse (ISLAND/AFRO-BEAT/REGGAE) A 23-year-old tradition continues with the ever-amazing Impulse band playing reggae, zouk and Afrobeat under the star!
8PM

THU APR 2

Grateful Dead Night w/Uncle John's Band (JAMBAND/TRIBUTE) Hippies please use side door... UJB has been faithfully bringing the music and spirit of the Grateful Dead to Skipper's every Thursday at Skipper's since 1998. unclejohnsband.com
8PM

tickets

FRI APR 3

Selwyn Birchwood (BLUES) Selwyn Birchwood, Florida’s rising young blues fireball, is a guitar and lap steel playing bundle of pure energy. He delivers his original songs with a revival tent preacher’s fervor and a natural storyteller’s charisma made all the more impactful by his raw, unvarnished vocals. Birchwood plays high-octane blues—at once deeply rooted, funky and up-to-the-minute—with true passion and honest emotion. With his band feeding off his drive and exuberance, the striking 6’3” 29-year-old with his trademark Afro roams the stage (often barefoot), ripping out memorable guitar licks with ease. His ability to win over an audience—any audience—is proven night after night on the bandstand. With his warm, magnetic personality, Birchwood is as down-to-earth as his music is fun, thought-provoking and vital. In 2013, Birchwood catapulted from local hero to shooting star. He won the world-renowned International Blues Challenge, beating out 125 other bands from the U.S. and abroad. He also took home the Albert King Guitarist Of The Year Award. It wasn’t long before Alligator Records president Bruce Iglauer offered Birchwood a contract. His debut album, Don’t Call No Ambulance, is a fully realized vision of contemporary blues. Birchwood’s original songs range from raucous romps to hill country stomps, from searing, serious slow blues to modern blues rock. Between his uninhibited sense of fun and adventure and his serious-as-a-heart-attack musicianship, Don’t Call No Ambulance is a window into the future of the blues. The Tampa Tribune says Birchwood plays with “power and precision reminiscent of blues guitar hero Buddy Guy. He is a gritty vocalist [who is] commanding with his axe.” According to Iglauer, Birchwood is the real deal. “Selwyn Birchwood is a terrific young blues talent with a huge future. He writes smart, infectious, fresh songs and delivers them with a warm, conversational vocal style and a fun-loving attitude. He’s a killer guitarist, switching between a regular six-string and lap steel. Live, he’s a ball of energy, interacting with the audience like they were in his living room. Selwyn is destined to be one of the next stars in the blues world.” Birchwood, his father from Tobago, his mother from the UK, was born in 1985 in Orlando, Florida. He first grabbed a guitar at age 13 and soon became proficient at mimicking what he heard on the radio. But the popular grunge rock, hip-hop and metal of the 1990s didn’t move him, and he quickly grew bored. And then he heard Jimi Hendrix. “He was larger than life. What he did was mind-blowing. When I realized Hendrix was influenced by the blues, I found my path,” he says. By 17, he was deep into the blues, listening to Albert King, Freddie King, Albert Collins, Muddy Waters, Lightnin’ Hopkins and especially Buddy Guy. As luck would have it, just as Birchwood was discovering Guy, the blues master had a concert scheduled in Orlando. Birchwood was there, front and center. “I was floored,” he recalls. “I completely connected with the blues. I knew I had to make this music.”

w/ Savants of Soul (SOUL) It all started with three. Three Gainesville musicians with a vision to recreate a sound of an era long forgotten but remembered always: The Sound of Young America. Motown. 1960s soul. Three years later, the band that started as a soul-punk trio stands before you today a full-fledged, 10-piece soul orchestra, poised to release its debut album, Downtown Sound. The band chose the name Downtown Sound as an homage to the area it cut its teeth. The Savants of Soul grew up in the clubs that pepper Main Street in Gainesville, FL. They wanted the name to conjure memories of time spent crammed onto a dance floor, twisting the night away to the band’s dynamic, theatrical live shows and big brass sound. Nowhere is their sound more emphasized than on their lead single, “Darkness.” “Darkness,” is a tale of torment and temptation over a stomping funk groove originally inspired by the Shaft Theme. It features the hard brass, powerful rhythm and dual-vocal dynamic the band has become famous for. This is their brand of soul. Soul music, like all great American popular music, is the blues cleaned up for a specific audience. In this case, divorced from its rigid 12-bar structure and filtered through jazz with a healthy dollop of rock ‘n’ roll, it retains its gritty heart but moves from the delta into the city as dance music. The Savants of Soul, in this tradition of genre melding, have taken southern deep soul and seasoned it with Motown, added some punk energy, jazz and modern R&B to end up with a sound that reveres its traditions without slavishly emulating them. The Savants of Soul are here to spread their gospel their way. The influences of their musicians ranges wide. Where horn players Mandy Moo, David Rinehart, Matt Rossmann and Ray Vigil all got their start being classically trained in Florida’s band rooms, vocalist Justin McKenzie and bassist John Gray Shermyen cut their teeth musically as a part of Gainesville’s ska scene. Drummer Alex Klausner credits his frantic energy to a childhood spent studying ‘60s and ‘70s rock performers such as Freddie Mercury and Keith Moon. Guitarist Austin Van Wie grew up listening to everything from The Beatles to The Fall of Troy. Keyboardist Jason Bontrager makes his living performing gospel and jazz. Vocalist Christina Holder studied at performing arts schools but credits her vocal stylings to Whitney Houston, Tina Turner, Ella Fitzgerald and Florence + The Machine. The Savants of Soul didn’t always have this lineup. In fact, the band’s membership has been fluid. Over the years, 22 musicians have at one point called themselves Savants of Soul. That’s why the band likens itself more to theater than a live music act. “If you’re going to see The Savants of Soul, you will always see a Savants of Soul show,” Klausner said. “You just might see a different cast.”

8PM $10/13

SAT APR 4

Chuck Prophet (AMERICANA) Chuck Prophet shapes his restless career with inimitable subtle flair: a vivid parade of razor-edged one-liners camouflaged in a slack-jawed drawl, songs about heartbreak and everyman heroism, drenched in twisted lines of rude Telecaster. When the early stages of a financial melt-down coincided with a rare San Francisco heat wave in the summer of 2008, with the window open wide and Dwight Twilley, Iggy, Thin Lizzy and the Knack blaring out the hi-fi, Prophet wrote a collection of political songs for non-political people. Later, in April 2009, he journeyed to Mexico City, where, in the clutches of a Swine Flu panic and earthquakes, he recorded ¡Let Freedom Ring!, his most incendiary record, every bit as urgent as the title demands. His search for a new perspective paid off, much like at eighteen when he left his native Whittier, CA for San Francisco, which he still calls home, and before too long joined Green on Red, a gang of interloping Arizonans with no small impact on L.A.'s Paisley Underground. During an eight-year run with Green on Red, he cut his first major label session with legendary Memphis producer Jim Dickinson, burned through a couple of big record deals, and ventured a debut solo effort, Brother Aldo (1990). These were the first steps in the career that shaped Prophet into a prolific rock 'n' roll classicist. But now, he has created his career high-water mark. ¡Let Freedom Ring! wanders into the fractured, surreal state of the American Dream and emerges with the most vital document of Prophet's vision, a reflection of life and love for troubled times.To untangle topics so knotted, Prophet uses only the most essential language: little else but whip-smart one-liners, a guitar in each channel and a backbeat. There are glimpses in the rear-view mirror of American rock 'n' roll – names like Eddie Cochran and an instinct for lean guitar tunes – but the meat's fresh. There's everything from the capitalist hustle and the immigrant struggle to the impulse to forget it all with a lusty Saturday night.

WMNF presents the return of Chuck Prophet, one of our favorite live artists in the past 15 years. He’s played four Heatwaves and a Birthday Bash, and now he comes back for a special club show to showcase his steamy lyrics and musical creativity. His other talent not to be overlooked is his sizzling guitar playing.

8PM $17/20

WMNF CONCERT TICKET PURCHASING INFORMATION
You can purchase advance tickets online at wmnf.org/events by calling the station during business hours at 813-238-8001 or in person at Skipper's Smokehouse or other WMNF ticket outlets.

SUN APR 5
  CLOSED MONDAYS
TUE APR 7

WED APR 8

Island Night w/Impulse (ISLAND/AFRO-BEAT/REGGAE) A 23-year-old tradition continues with the ever-amazing Impulse band playing reggae, zouk and Afrobeat under the star!
8PM

THU APR 9

Grateful Dead Night w/Uncle John's Band (JAMBAND/TRIBUTE) Hippies please use side door... UJB has been faithfully bringing the music and spirit of the Grateful Dead to Skipper's every Thursday at Skipper's since 1998. unclejohnsband.com
8PM

tickets

FRI APR 10

Rayburn Anthony & Mike Metalia (ROCKABILLY)

w/ Jeff Vitolo & the Quarter Mile Rebels (ROCKABILLY)

8PM $10/13

SAT APR 11

SUN APR 12

Patel @ the Straz School of Rock Blowout

1:30PM FREE

  CLOSED MONDAYS
TUE APR 14

WED APR 15

Island Night w/Impulse (ISLAND/AFRO-BEAT/REGGAE) A 23-year-old tradition continues with the ever-amazing Impulse band playing reggae, zouk and Afrobeat under the star!
8PM

THU APR 16

Grateful Dead Night w/Uncle John's Band (JAMBAND/TRIBUTE) Hippies please use side door... UJB has been faithfully bringing the music and spirit of the Grateful Dead to Skipper's every Thursday at Skipper's since 1998. unclejohnsband.com
8PM

tickets

FRI APR 17

Samantha Fish (BLUES)

w/TBA

8PM $10/13

SAT APR 18

Johnny G Lyon Band 30th Anniversary

8PM

SUN APR 19
   

TUE APR 21

Miss Tess & the Talkbacks(COUNTRY)

w/ 6 Volt Rodeo (ROCKABILLY)

7PM $

WED APR 22

Island Night w/Impulse (ISLAND/AFRO-BEAT/REGGAE) A 23-year-old tradition continues with the ever-amazing Impulse band playing reggae, zouk and Afrobeat under the star!
8PM

THU APR 23

Grateful Dead Night w/Uncle John's Band (JAMBAND/TRIBUTE) Hippies please use side door... UJB has been faithfully bringing the music and spirit of the Grateful Dead to Skipper's every Thursday at Skipper's since 1998. unclejohnsband.com
8PM

tickets

FRI APR 24

Sean Chambers (BLUES)

w/ Branson Welsh

8PM $10/13

tickets

SAT APR 25

Dropin Pickup

w/ Trigger City Trio

One Mile Final

Hope Darling

8PM $7/10

 
   

 




restaurant venue catering