Randy Mcallister-Roustabout, maverick, spiritual, gritty, amazing, genius, wild, bad-ass, soulful… These are some of the words used to describe this Texas bonafide blue blood. A much revered, singer, songwriter, harmonica player and drummer. East Texas roadhouse soul by one of America’s true blues/roots originals. randymcallister.com Brandon Hudspeth has been chosen to represent Kansas City in the International Blues Competition 5 times. He has toured the US and Canada extensively over the last fifteen years. brandonhudspeth.com
A fresh, young, and groovy band from Lee’s Summit Missouri. Their sound includes a neo-psychedelic wave with an alternative synth-rock twist, and their live show isn’t one to miss. With many classic rock and newer alternative covers like The Beatles, Tame Impala, The Doors, and Alabama Shakes, they also make room to showcase their new EP and some songs from their album in the process. Come out and boogie with them!
Heather newman has been breathing fire ever since her 2017 debut and the release of her Vizztone album, Burn Me Alive. With the strong leading melodies of Keith Ladd on guitar and Ryan Matthew on Piano/Organ, Heather’s steady grooving bass lines lock in Cole Dillingham’s deep rooted beats, this group produces a one of a kind medley of various styles such as soul, funk, blues, and rock, with a killer original set. Heather’s ever flowing, sultry, emotional vocals makes every show exciting and unique, keeping her loving fans coming back for more.
Melodies that don’t hit the ear like you’re used to, and that’s how they do it. The Tevin Williams Band has fun with funk, serenades with soul and always bumps like an R&B Ballad.
Come see on of KC’s finest, smooth jazz vocalist and all around sexy lady perform at the club from 9pm – 1am – going to be a great show!
The Kurt Wheeler Quartet presents a unique blend of original modern jazz and timeless standards. Based in Kansas City, their debut EP "Big Blue" incorporates a blend of influences including bebop, funk, latin, and pop.
Based out of Topeka and Lawrence, KS, the Jasper Shrake Quartet is quickly becoming a regular contributor to local music scenes. We pride ourselves on advancing jazz as an art form by promoting original music and using fusion as a way to better relate to our audiences.
“Very few blues guitarists can properly manage a truly thundering guitar tone into an all-night-long, three-sets-of-fury show without wearing out the crowd’s eardrums, but Coyote Bill has the taste and the tone to get the job done. Once one is accustomed to the idea that his amplifier will not shiver into a pile of its lesser components, one can thoroughly enjoy a rhythmically tight performance that is delivered with equal parts mirth and honesty by Coyote Bill and his Wild Ones; the authentic feel of the blues is openly apparent in this transplanted south side of Chicago kid’s Kansas City performances.” -Scott Patterson – KANSAS CITY JAZZ EXAMINER