Howell Devine tonight! Plus the continuation of Beer Week!

Check this out, it’s a return engagement for the Howell Devine trio tonight. Do you enjoy down home blues? How about some raw slide guitar and a hot rhythm section playing the sounds of the old south? Throw in a little harp and you’ve got something that will really get you going. Howell Devine is not just your run-of-the-mill bar band. If you missed them last time, don’t you do that again! Get yourself primed during happy hour with more of the Torch Club special, Lagunitas IPA for $3.50 per pint  from 5:30-7:30, then hang for some great music.

First the news.

The Sacramento music community joins the family of Steve Schofer in mourning his passing yesterday. He touched the lives of so many and brought much joy through his music.

Sacramento Beer Week!

Join us for happy hour with Hans Eberbach and $3.50 Lagunitas IPA (and keep the glass).

It’s Sunday! My Own Holiday!

Forget about that pre-Monday funk and make it a holiday with My Own Holiday. The duo brings their dirty, bluesy, rock and roll to the home of dirty and bluesy. Don’t miss the show.

Two great shows for your Saturday!

Today, from 4-7 p.m., Neckbone headlines a benefit for the Albie Aware Breast Cancer Foundation. Potluck — bring a dish to share, Raffle, Live music, Dancing. Then at 9:00, Northern California favorite Daniel Castro takes the stage for your extreme pleasure.

The Nibblers are here!

Wait, let me check my phone, is today Friday? Hey, the Nibblers are here and I don’t have to get up for work the next morning! They were great on Sundays, but here’s a real chance to partay! For anyone who used that as an excuse and hasn’t seen them before, they have horns, soulful vocals, abundant energy and have been voted the Best Funk/R&B Band in the 2010 Sammies. What are you waiting for?

Correction! Forever Goldrush tonight!

Thanks for the info from Aaron King, who will be bringing his new pedal steel and, with Harley White Jr., opening tonight for Forever Goldrush! This is a Sacramento band who have been around for 15 years, playing in the country/pop/rock genres. Be sure to get here by 9:00 to catch all the fun.

It’s the Kerri Carr Band!

You say you didn’t get enough partying on Fat Tuesday? Well keep the fun going tonight at the Torch as the Kerri Carr Band takes over the room. This year-old band features the former lead singer of Rowdy Kate and is packed with lots of talented singers  and songwriters. They have already developed quite a following and you should be among them. Yes. You. Now.

Happy Birthday, Sam Myers

(February 19, 1936 – July 17, 2006)   began his career as a drummer for Elmore James.  For nearly two decades he was the featured vocalist for Anson Funderburgh & The Rockets.  Born in Laurel, Mississippi. Myers acquired an interest in music while a schoolboy in Jackson, Mississippi and became skilled enough at playing the trumpet and drums that he received a non-degree scholarship from the American Conservatory School of Music in Chicago. Myers attended school by day and at night frequented the nightclubs of the South Side of Chicago, meeting and sitting in with Jimmy Rogers, Muddy Waters, Howling Wolf, Little Walter, Hound Dog Taylor, Robert Lockwood, Jr., and Elmore James.

Lonesome Locomotive for your Sunday evening.

Currently working hard to release their debut EP, Lonesome Locomotive detours around the Bay Bridge to bring you their sounds from San Francisco tonight. Funkadelic-Cowboy-Folk Grass is how they describe their genre. Not sure what that means? Well as the band likes to say, “We play a lot, come listen.”

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