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Tribute To Aerosmith

Thursday May 30th

Pandora’s Box “The Ultimate Tribute to Aerosmith” Come get a dose of some hard driving, melodic Rock and Roll with Pandora’s Box: “The Ultimate Tribute to Aerosmith”. It would be hard to find a more qualified group of Veteran Stage Performers to bring you this mesmerizing, high energy journey through 40 plus years of the top power hits from one of rocks’ most influential bands.

06:30 PM - 10:30 PM

2024-05-30 18:30:002024-05-30 22:30:00America/New_YorkTribute To AerosmithPandora’s Box “The Ultimate Tribute to Aerosmith” Come get a dose of some hard driving, melodic Rock and Roll with Pandora’s Box: “The Ultimate Tribute to Aerosmith”. It would be hard to find a more qualified group of Veteran Stage Performers to bring you this mesmerizing, high energy journey through 40 plus years of the top power hits from one of rocks’ most influential bands.Smoking Butt Heads BBQSmoking Butt Heads BBQInfo@smokingbuttheads.com
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Black Joe Lewis

Saturday June 8th

 TICKETS: https://www.ticketmaster.com/event/2D00609EE7FE8433

Black Joe Lewis is the realest @$%&  there is. When Covid sidelined his touring, he started laying concrete to help support his baby mama and his kid. That’s fuckin’ real. When Joe and his band, the Honeybears, popped onto the national stage over a decade ago, many critics embraced him but still, there were some that maintained that they hadn’t paid their dues. Joe’s still here. Still going. Still cashing checks and snapping necks. The dues of hard work; the delirious heights of the industry as well as the disappointments and low hanging fruit. Through this all, Joe’s only honed his mastery over gut bucket blues guitar and his true voice. It’s a vital and distinctly American voice that never anticipated the attention he wound up receiving, never went looking for it either. It just started happening. The garage, the blues, the propulsive and synergistic live performances that inhabit the spaces of James Brown, Lightnin’ Hopkins, and the MC5...those things happened naturally from the very beginning and could only be accurately communicated in the live experience, not a press release or a slick brand campaign. Sharon Jones, Charles Bradley, Cedric Burnside and Lightnin Malcolm, The Dirtbombs, Detroit Cobras, the Strange Boys; these are some of the artists that Black Joe Lewis and the Honeybears shared countless bills with; almost a roll call of the most influential soul and garage bands of the last twenty five years. Has the soul blues garage explosion from that era been commodified or worked into the over all template of pop rock? Sure. But the ground floor was avital space for people that like guitars and grease and at this point Black Joe Lewis is one of the last standing that was there. Last of a dying breed. Or maybe a missing link. Does this make him a throwback? A throwback to a throwback? It’d be tempting and easy for Joe to go along with that but nah, we don’t think so. We know that Joe Lewis is genuinely doing his thing and that he’d do it regardless of what’s coming down the pipe. A stone cold original and a veteran at that. If you like whistling in your music and some floppy hat, quaky kneed dudes cloyingly singing at you, then you might not “get it” but whatever...there are enough intrepid, degenerate weirdos that do. Those are the folks Joe cares about. Not the glad handing set. Not the fair-weather friend set getting down with the flavor of the month. Like the title of his last album says,“the difference between me and you” is Joe defining for himself that there’s the be labored wannabes and then there’s dudes that actually “HAVE the blues”...whatever the hell THAT is!Joe’s concrete pouring boss is going to miss him.

07:00 PM - 11:00 PM

2024-06-08 19:00:002024-06-08 23:00:00America/New_YorkBlack Joe Lewis TICKETS: https://www.ticketmaster.com/event/2D00609EE7FE8433 Black Joe Lewis is the realest @$%&  there is. When Covid sidelined his touring, he started laying concrete to help support his baby mama and his kid. That’s fuckin’ real. When Joe and his band, the Honeybears, popped onto the national stage over a decade ago, many critics embraced him but still, there were some that maintained that they hadn’t paid their dues. Joe’s still here. Still going. Still cashing checks and snapping necks. The dues of hard work; the delirious heights of the industry as well as the disappointments and low hanging fruit. Through this all, Joe’s only honed his mastery over gut bucket blues guitar and his true voice. It’s a vital and distinctly American voice that never anticipated the attention he wound up receiving, never went looking for it either. It just started happening. The garage, the blues, the propulsive and synergistic live performances that inhabit the spaces of James Brown, Lightnin’ Hopkins, and the MC5...those things happened naturally from the very beginning and could only be accurately communicated in the live experience, not a press release or a slick brand campaign. Sharon Jones, Charles Bradley, Cedric Burnside and Lightnin Malcolm, The Dirtbombs, Detroit Cobras, the Strange Boys; these are some of the artists that Black Joe Lewis and the Honeybears shared countless bills with; almost a roll call of the most influential soul and garage bands of the last twenty five years. Has the soul blues garage explosion from that era been commodified or worked into the over all template of pop rock? Sure. But the ground floor was avital space for people that like guitars and grease and at this point Black Joe Lewis is one of the last standing that was there. Last of a dying breed. Or maybe a missing link. Does this make him a throwback? A throwback to a throwback? It’d be tempting and easy for Joe to go along with that but nah, we don’t think so. We know that Joe Lewis is genuinely doing his thing and that he’d do it regardless of what’s coming down the pipe. A stone cold original and a veteran at that. If you like whistling in your music and some floppy hat, quaky kneed dudes cloyingly singing at you, then you might not “get it” but whatever...there are enough intrepid, degenerate weirdos that do. Those are the folks Joe cares about. Not the glad handing set. Not the fair-weather friend set getting down with the flavor of the month. Like the title of his last album says,“the difference between me and you” is Joe defining for himself that there’s the be labored wannabes and then there’s dudes that actually “HAVE the blues”...whatever the hell THAT is!Joe’s concrete pouring boss is going to miss him.Smoking Butt Heads BBQSmoking Butt Heads BBQInfo@smokingbuttheads.com
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Tae Lewis

Saturday July 20th

JUST ANNOUNCED NBC's "The Voice" Season 25 contestant Tae Lewis is coming to The 720 Room in July! Tickets are on sale NOW and available here:

t.ly/TaeLewis720Room

 Lewis is one of nine contestants remaining on the long-running show this season, and will be featured again this Monday (5/13) at 8 p.m. ET

#TaeLewis

 

#TheVoice

#TheVoice2024

06:30 PM - 10:30 PM

2024-07-20 18:30:002024-07-20 22:30:00America/New_YorkTae LewisJUST ANNOUNCED NBC's "The Voice" Season 25 contestant Tae Lewis is coming to The 720 Room in July! Tickets are on sale NOW and available here: t.ly/TaeLewis720Room Lewis is one of nine contestants remaining on the long-running show this season, and will be featured again this Monday (5/13) at 8 p.m. ET #TaeLewis  #TheVoice #TheVoice2024Smoking Butt Heads BBQSmoking Butt Heads BBQInfo@smokingbuttheads.com