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Monday, May 20th, 2019
Name: Charles Di Palma
Selling some bass equipment I don't use anymore. Carvin B2000 bass amp $350. Ibanez Prestige 5 string bass $1000. Compare these prices with those listed on Reverb.
Phone: 7135691453
Email: Inaband.77@gmail.com

Monday, May 20th, 2019
Name: Tad Donley
Looking for pro bass guitarist for 80's Hair cover band. We've got everything but you! Want to play out asap!
Phone: 8328582096
Email: taddonley@yahoo.com

Monday, May 20th, 2019
Name: David Ruhl
The Rock Center Band Rehearsal Studios has 35 monthly rooms and 4 hourly rooms that come with PA, drums and amps. Never a deposit or monthly contract at the RC! Contact David at the RC land line 713 -981-6555, call or text cell 713-894-1923, e-mail ruhldavid@rocketmail.com or check out www.rockcenterhouston.com!!!
Phone: 713-981-6555
Email: ruhldavid@rocketmail.com

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Shows

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Saturday, Jun 29, 2019
8:00 pm

Shining Force
Acadia Bar
3939 FM 1960 West
Houston, TX 77068
281-893-2860
This is a CD release party. all ages show.

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Open Mics

SUNDAYS

The Big Easy : The last Sunday of every month The Big Easy is host to the National Zydeco Foundation Jam.

Cruiser's Ice House (Santa Fe) : Blues jam w/ Ben Herrington 4pm-8pm.

JP's Hops House : NSAI Song Swap 4PM, Open Mic 6PM

Katie's Bar and Grill in Bacliff : Katie's Blues Jam.

Last Concert Cafe : Acoustic music circle open encouraging all skill levels to participate. It's a great place for learning how to make music or share what you know. 10:30am-5:30pm. Live Music afterwards. No Cover.

The Shakespeare Pub : Blues Jam with Sparetime Murray and the Honeymakers

The County Line Bar & Grill : Biker Church at 10am. Jam Session from 3pm.



MONDAYS

The Big Easy : John Egan performs.

McGonigel's Mucky Duck : Legendary Open Mic since 1990. Sign up at 6:30pm.



TUESDAYS

The Big Easy : James White

Avantgarden : Acoustic Open Mic. Sign up @ 7 PM - Perfect Authentic Houston Atmosphere. FREE ENTRY!



WEDNESDAYS

Acadia Bar : Open Mic with full band. Sign up at 8:30 must be in person, open mic starts at 9.

The Big Easy : The Big Easy Blues Jam

Last Concert Cafe : Pot Roast (Jam Band, Drum Circle, Hoola Hoops) - 10:30pm. Various acts perform at 7pm.

McGonigel's Mucky Duck : A twenty-five year tradition hosting Houston's Irish Session. Music starts at 8pm - No Cover

Old Quarter Acoustic Cafe : Songwriter nights every Wednesday, 8pm-12am (unless a scheduled show)



THURSDAYS

The Big Easy : Luther & The Healers perform. *HSB Blues Jam on the last Thu. of the month. No Cover.

The Continental Club : Happy Hour w/ Beetle 7-10pm performance, No Cover.

Old Quarter Acoustic Cafe : Songwriter nights every Thursday, 8pm-12am (unless a scheduled show)

Sambuca Jazz Cafe : The Zentenos perform.



FRIDAYS

Spring Branch Tavern : Open Mic Friday (Every Friday except last Friday of the month) Big Papa's Open Mic Jamboree - 8pm-12am. Fully lined stage, all acts are welcome. Full band, acoustic solo, etc. Great Atmosphere, Great Music, Great Times.



SATURDAYS

None



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