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Sunday - Wednesday: 6 – 10 p.m.
Thursday: 7:00 p.m. – Midnight
Friday and Saturday: 8:00 p.m. – 1:00 a.m.
Major Sports Events: Schedules are subject to change and are altered slightly as appropriate during special entertainment, major sporting events, NFL Football season, special promotions and holidays. During the regular NFL football season live entertainment is not held on Sunday and Monday nights, and Thursday start time is sometimes delayed, so we can show the Night NFL Football games on the HD pull-down screen. Need nourishment while you watch? Click here for our Bar Bites Menu with delivery right to your seat.
George Pickard, January 25 – 28: George is an accomplished performer, believable impressionist, captivating entertainer and successful song writer. He co-wrote "What Did You Do with Your Old Forty Fives" for Bobby Vinton and backed up many acts from the fifties and sixties including The Shirelles, The Diamonds and The Platters. He was also one of the Kingsmen (Louie, Louie) for a while. George has played the Fillmore in San Francisco with acts such as Santana, Big Brother and the Holding Company and Jefferson Airplane.
Just Us, January 29 – 31: Just Us is a unique group of musicians who decided to blend together the sounds of the Motor City and Oakland, CA to develop "Sweet, Grown & Sexy" sounds - music from the 60’s to the present. Aladdin handles lead vocal and percussions. He is joined by Les Carter on vocals and drums, Phil Weaver on vocals and guitar and Fred Williams on bass.
Super Bowl: February 1: Catch all the action on the HD Big Screen and dozens of other TVs.
Steve Lord, February 2 – 4: Playing guitar and offering dynamic vocals, Steve is a main stage performer on the West Coast. Known as the man of a thousand songs, Steve presents an evening of oldies, country, pop, blues, jazz, soul and rock 'n' roll. On August 14 Steve will be joined by other area musicians for an evening of special entertainment!
Decades, February 5 – 7: Decades presents a vibrant and diverse act from Chuck Berry's "Johnny B. Goode" to Katy Perry’s “California Girls." Decades' 4 part harmonies and energized rhythm section truly shine when playing hits from the 1950's to today. The group includes Samantha Francis (vocals, keyboards, guitar), Ben Ruttenberg (keyboards, guitar, vocals), Billy DiBono (drums, vocals), Will Watje (guitar, sax, vocals), and Tobias Brooks (bass, guitar, vocals).
Paul Coveralli, February 8 – 11: Veteran musician Paul Covarelli is a talented guitarist and vocalist. He started the group Jo Mama over 20 years ago and also plays with other groups in the area covering jazz, swing, blues, Latin and more styles.
Jo Mama, February 12 – 14: Jo Mama conveys the same high energy whether they are playing funk, Latin, blues, swing, rock, country or calypso. Jo Mama features Paul Covarelli on guitar and vocals, drummer Bill Heise lays down the back beat and Nancy Barker rounds it out on keyboards and vocals.
Greg Austin, February 15 – 18: Greg Austin is a down home, straightforward singer, songwriter and musician who has been diligently performing and writing contemporary Country music for 20 years. Recently relocated to northern Nevada from South Carolina, Greg has also performed in Nashville.
It's Only Rock & Roll, February 19 – 21: From Pink Floyd’s sarcastic look at the record industry’s “machinery” in Have A Cigar to parties “after the show” in We’re An American Band by Grand Funk or from David Bowie’s look at Fame (with a little vocal support from John Lennon), to The Byrds’ “instruction manual” on how to “make it” in So You Want To Be A Rock & Roll Star, IT’S ONLY ROCK & ROLL brings the thrill of live rock music to the stage. Bob Seger laments life on the road in Turn the Page, while Dr. Hook told us of his band’s desire to make it to The Cover of the Rolling Stone. John Lennon offered us a view of too much celebrity popularity in The Ballad of John & Yoko. These songs and many more of like nature make up the repertoire of IT’S ONLY ROCK & ROLL!
George Pickard, February 22 – 25: George is an accomplished performer, believable impressionist, captivating entertainer and successful song writer. He co-wrote "What Did You Do with Your Old Forty Fives" for Bobby Vinton and backed up many acts from the fifties and sixties including The Shirelles, The Diamonds and The Platters. He was also one of the Kingsmen (Louie, Louie) for a while. George has played the Fillmore in San Francisco with acts such as Santana, Big Brother and the Holding Company and Jefferson Airplane.
Beatles Flashback, February 26: A special one-night tribute to The Beatles as Beatles Flashback will be playing all of your favorite Fab Four tunes from She Loves You and I Want to Hold Your Hand, to Ticket to Ride and Day Tripper, and then all the way to Here Comes the Sun and Hey Jude. Sing-a-long, Twist and Shout and enjoy this high-energy, fast and fun tribute to the Beatles. Expect a few surprises, humor, and audience participation, all wrapped around note for-note renditions of the Beatles music you know and love.
John Dawson, February 27 – 28: A Reno based group of five fun-lovin' guys who just like to play music and entertain with a variety of modern country and classic rock. The quintet includes Mitch (Lead Guitar), Brian (keys), J.B. (Bass), Jhan (drums) and namesake John Dawson (vocals and guitar).
Cabaret Lounge performers, hours and schedule subject to change.