Saturday 12/7/2013 $10 Presale
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Tickets also available at Gray Whale
The Black Lillies are an Americana band from Knoxville, Tennessee that was founded in early 2009 by Cruz Contreras (formerly of Robinella and the CCstringband). Other members include Tom Pryor on guitar/pedal steel and Jamie Cook on percussion (both formerly of The Everybodyfields), bassist Robert Richards and vocalist Trisha Gene Brady. Cruz plays guitar and mandolin as well as providing vocals and song writing. The Black Lillies music provides a unique sound with influences from rock, country, blues, bluegrass, and jazz.
Thursday, 12/5/13 $5
Check out this great interview with Joe McQueen on “The Let’s Eat Show” by clicking here.
Sunday, December 1, 2013 ***FREE SHOW***
Come celebrate the end of an entire year of Sunday Acoustic series at the Garage!
We started this tradition at the end of the summer in 2011 and have been going strong since!! Now we have music scheduled every Sunday thanks to your support!
– AWNA TIEXIERA –
Americana/ Folk/ Singer/ Songwriter music from Toronto, Canada
We are fortunate to be able to host Awna several times a year here at the Garage — she continues to be a house favorite with her unique and captivating voice, amazing skills with an accordion and various other instruments, and sweet charm.
– TBA –
Many other favorites will be featured for this holiday event!
Saturday, 11/30/2013 $5
“The Ogden-based Beatles tribute band We Are The Walrus” played to an enthusiastic full house at the newly opened Copper Club in the city’s historic district. People from four corners of the world and from several generations were dancing to the band, which was doing justice to material known and loved throughout the world.
The five-piece band, who focuses on the sound that made the Mop-Tops famous, rather than trying to look the part, dress in vintage gear to set the tone.
The band nails it as it recreates such classics as “Help” and “Come Together” and also pull out choice lesser-knowns like “I Dig a Pony” and “I Me Mine.”
The diversity of the clubbers dancing and singing along with these timeless songs well demonstrates the reach the Beatles music has had on pop music. If you love the Beatles, catch Revolver the next time they play near you.”
Linda East Brady Host, Sunday Sagebrush Serenade