Juke House brings their fine sounds for your dining pleasure to Lime Street Cafe: 951 S Durkin Dr., Spfld., IL 62704 (217) 793-1905. Music at 8
The Alamo was Crammed Full July 20 as Anni Piper and her band shared their musical expertise on Blue Monday. "Austrailia's First Lady of the Blues" left no doubt about her Passion and Love of the Blues! Blues ON and we'll see you "Further on Up the Road".
Southside Jonny Clausing showed his talent on multiple instruments to an appreciative Blue Monday crowd July 13 at The Alamo. Jonny's acoustic set was one for the ages and the band played it all from Bo Diddley to Bob Dylan! Blues ON and we'll see you "Further on Up the Road".
The Laurie Morvan Band put on a Blue Monday show July 6 that would rival the '1836 Battle of The Alamo'! Laurie displayed her superior guitar skills and the band, Pat Morvan (bass), Tommy Salyers (keys), Lonnie Jones (drums) and Lisa Morvan (backing vocals) backed her with a tightness to the delight of the overflow crowd which showed their appreciation with several long standing ovations! Blues ON and we'll see you "Further on Up the Road".
The Dave Lumsden Factor, Dave, Wayne Carter, Gary Davis and Dion Doss, brought Blues, Funk, R&B, Rock and Soul to James Armstrong Presents @ the Alamo July2. Bill "Machine Gun" Evans, Aich Dee, Dan Rivero, Marcus Taylor, James Armstrong, Mike Rapier and Johnnie Owens showed their talents during a 2nd Set Jam for the Ages.
Brandon Santini had the Blue Monday SRO crowd on their feet all night long June 29 at the Alamo. Santini and his band, Timo Arthur (guitar), Nick Hern (bass) & David Green (drums), laid down their Dirty, Back Alley, Memphis Blues all night. Joined by Jerry Lee Gingery (bass & vocals) during the 2nd set the night was One to Remember. Blues On and we'll see you "Further on Up the Road".
Mother Nature couldn't dampen the spirits of those at the Curve Inn Beer Garden Thursday evening, June 25th to hear Mary Jo Curry and Tombstone Bullet! She was no match for the music laid down by Micharl Rapier, Tim Bahn, Mike Gillette, Rich Olson and Mary Jo Curry! Internationally acclaimed Blues guitarist, singer and songwriter James Armstrong joined during the 2nd set and blew the impending Storm Clouds Away! Blues On and we'll see you "Further on Up the Road".
On June 22 The Daddy Mack Blues Band brought their Memphis Blues from the first note to the last! With Mack Orr, Chieni on bass and Charles Gage on drums the Blues were pounding thru Downtown Springfield! "Daddy Mack" invited James Armstrong and Susan Williams to play for much of the 2nd set. James stepped away and Michael Rapier treated the Blue Monday crowd to some of his fluid guitar licks! All in all it was a fantastic night of Solid Blues!
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When you are at Blue Monday don't forget our weekly 50/50 drawing. Also, all paid admissions to Blue Monday will earn you an attendance raffle ticket for chance to win the gold top guitar autographed by the Blue Monday artists!!! The winner of the 2014-2015 Gold Top was Billinda DeVillez!!! Also check out the Illinois Central Blues Club merchandise available at most ICBC shows!!!
You can find upcoming Blue Monday shows as well as the gigs for our Corporate Band Members and Corporate Venues by clicking on the "Events" tab.