Upcoming Shows


COUNTRY NIGHT with “Rollin’ Whiskey” ~ 10 PM

Formed in the fall of 2009, Rollin’ Whiskey is one of the area’s most sought after bands. Rollin’ Whiskey plays with a High Energy and you will hear everything from New Country to Classic Country and even some Rock and Roll.
From large festivals to smaller clubs, Rollin’ Whiskey puts on one hell of a show!

October 10


***OCTOBER 15***

“Parmalee” ~ Doors Open at 7 PM (“21 & Over” Show)

From this tiny town that’s home to a gas station, two blinking yellow lights, and a small tin- roofed barn dubbed Studio B, Country rockers “Parmalee” launched their long journey to Nashville.  The near-fatal robbery Parmalee experienced after a show would have destroyed most Bands.  But brothers Matt and Scott Thomas, cousin Barry Knox and longtime friend Josh McSwain didn’t call it quits.  Instead it reinforced their intense motivation and dedication to one another and to their determination to succeed.  Each obstacle that delayed “Parmalee’s” arrival to Nashville was an extra mile that allowed the groundbreaking sounds of artists like Jason Aldean and Eric Church to pave the way for the worlds of Country Radio and “Parmalee’s” brand of Country Music to meet at the perfect crossroad.

October 16

COUNTRY NIGHT with “Doug McCormick” ~ 10 PM

Singer-songwriter Doug McCormick is solidly defining himself as the artist-to-watch in country music. With his powerful vocal delivery, straight from the heart songwriting, and energetic live performances, this small town South Carolina native’s music offers a unique marriage of traditional country and the modern styles of today.

“I feel like I’ve gone from just being a guy who likes to sing to becoming an artist. Through years of songwriting, my music has formed an identity that’s strongly influenced by who I am – a small town boy from Carolina who’s seen good times, felt the heartaches, and lives for the little things in life.”

Through relentless touring (currently playing upwards of 150 shows each year across the Southeast and beyond), Doug has built a loyal, grassroots following that continues to grow with each performance. Along the way, Doug has shared the stage with a number of nationally known acts including Luke Bryan, Lee Brice, Josh Turner, Easton Corbin, Charlie Daniels, David Nail, Colt Ford, Keith Anderson, Rhett Akins, and Sawyer Brown.

October 17

Groove Walk ~ “Audio Drive”~ 9pm

AudioDrive is a powerful Rock Act that brings one of the best shows in the region! They shine with excellent vocals, killer guitars and a thunderous rhythm section that knows no bounds! The song selection is clearly pre-meditated to satisfy the masses. AudioDrive delivers only the choice cuts from the 70′s & 80′s through today! Their sets are loaded with “Melodic Harmonies & Screamin’ Guitars”… Once you have experienced an AudioDrive show you surely appreciate their hard work, attention to detail and relentless drive for perfection! The band invites the audience to become part of every show… from dancing on the stage to singing with the band every night is filled with energy and excitement! “Our fans are loyal and they continue to grow and support every event”! You owe it to yourself to experience a Live AudioDrive Show and enjoy all that great music of our youth recreated just how it was meant to be!! Bottom line… AudioDrive Rocks!

October 23

COUNTRY NIGHT with “Old Southern Moonshine Revival” ~ 10 PM

With their latest EP “Can You Feel It Now” making it up to #20 on iTunes Country Albums Chart, Old Southern Moonshine Revival is touring in support and is turning heads everywhere they go. “It has been a ton of hard work, but we love what we do. We have to do this. It’s not something we can turn off.” says lead vocalist Marcus Kiser. “These songs hit close to home for us, and we are finding that they hit close to home for a lot of people. That’s a pretty special connection between the artist and the listener. We don’t take that sort of thing lightly.” Neither do the fans. Old Southern Moonshine Revival has shipped music or merchandise to 40 different countries around the world, have 120,000+ online friends/fans/followers, and “The Revival”, as they call it, is still growing. “We love our job. We take it very seriously, but it is hard to not have fun playing music for a living” explains lead guitarist Brent Lain. “We enjoy the hard work side of this business. It is gratifying to see our hard work come together into something way bigger than ourselves.”  Old Southern Moonshine Revival has a unique sound and a unique approach of making that sound heard. “Passion. Above all else. Passion.” adds bassist Jamie Shaver. “People know when you’re faking it. They know when you don’t believe in what you’re doing.

***OCTOBER 28***

“Wayland” with “Desolation Row” and “Framing the Red” ~ Doors Open at 7 PM (“21 & Over” Show)

Wayland is a four piece rock n’ roll band consisting of Mitch Arnold on vocals, Phillip Vilenski on guitar, Dean Pizzazz on bass, and Tyler Coburn on drums.  All four members have deep roots in the midwest, and the band is named after Phillip Vilenski’s hometown of Wayland, MI.

Managed by Jesse James Dupree, (Jackyl, Full Throttle Saloon) the band released their first album (self-titled) in 2010.  They have since released a four-song EP, “Welcome To My Head.” The title track had a successful run on Active Rock Radio.  The bands 2nd single Reno won many “best of” radio awards in 2013 all across the country. Wayland’s current single “Get A Little” peaked at #6 on the iTunes rock chart and was labeled the “Friday Song” on radio stations nation wide. Wayland is currently in the studio working on a new album.

Staying true to their midwest work ethic, Wayland has a reputation for high energy live shows. .  “Always on tour,” the band averages 200-300 shows a year. They have shared bills with some of rock’s biggest acts such as Alice in Chains, Volbeat, Halestorm, Rob Zombie, Brett Michaels, Sammy Hagar, Theory of a Deadman, Black Stone Cherry, Seether, Hinder, Shinedown, Buckcherry, Jackyl, Slash, Alice Cooper and many more. Perfect harmonies, riveting  guitar solos, and lyrics that connect  to the working class America, keeps this band in demand.

Since first hitting the road in January 2012, the band has steadily built a grassroots following. Wayland is very true to staying connected with  their fanbase, the Wayland Warriors, and is active on many Social Media platforms.

October 31

Creepy Crawl~9pm

4th annual CREEPY CRAWL! Free pub crawl between RBI, ONYX, and District starting at 9pm and running all night! Free ride, Paparazzi backdrop photos, costume contest and crazy drink specials $250 male and female costume contest at each bar, winners voted on by likes on facebook. Live djs at each bar!

November 13

“Gunnar & the Grizzly Boys”~10pm

As American as apple pie, Gunnar & The Grizzly Boys make country music by nature, not by design. Their songs travel straight from the northern pines and fruit orchards of Michigan to your radio speakers and local honky-tonks. The honest storytelling instantly grabs your attention while the music hits you in the gut like a double shot of whiskey. The energy of a live Grizzly Boys show explodes into the audience like an electrifying dose of adrenalin.

Gunnar Nybald, who still farms the family apple and plum orchards he’s been working all his life, writes the band’s songs from the seat of a tractor. While attending Michigan State University for an agricultural degree, Gunnar teamed up with hometown pal and bass player, Rob Mason (Kent City, MI); guitar slinger, Shane Grehan (Alpena, MI); guitarist/keyboardist, Chris Newberg (Rockford, MI); and drummer Joe Connolly (Rochester Hills, MI). That grisly group naturally became Gunnar & The Grizzly Boys.

November 18

“Royal Bliss” ~ 8pm

It has been nearly 16 years of bliss, Royal Bliss that is. Royal Bliss is modern rock with equal parts beauty and tragedy. The new album Chasing The Sun, out February 18th 2014, is a bold statement for Royal Bliss. Peaking at #5 on the iTunes rock charts and already getting rave reviews, “This album makes me weak in the knees. Chasing The Sun is quite simply a stunner – a beautifully crafted, heart-ripping, chest-thumping, ass-kicking stack of rock – classic rock, hard rock, modern rock, all of that good stuff. The entire album is rippling with amazing vocals, brawny riffs, killer drums, and lyrics that cut right through the pre-fab bullshit and into some serious heart-and-soul territory.” –HardRockNights.com

The band amps it up on their latest single “Cry Sister”. Currently climbing the active rock charts (#31) and impacting radio with #1 requests. This is Royal Bliss’ 6th Single to crack the top 50 on Active Rock radio since 2008.

Hailing from Salt Lake City, Royal Bliss started in a basement as a few kids who had a passion for music and a drive to succeed. Striving to further their own abilities while building their fan base at the same time was always the ultimate goal. The music has been a message to those who listened, evolving every step of the way. From the early days when the lyrics echoed that of a late night frat party, to the deep, meaningful, and sometimes cries for help, the process of evolution is undeniable.

November 21

“Unity:  The Band” ~ 10 PM

Unity… Band is an award-winning original roots reggae group based in Wisconsin. Their intense touring schedule of varied venues around the Midwest has honed an interactive outdoor stage show with positive party vibes and the knack for drawing club crowds into the irie groove.

They treat fans to old Roots Reggae favs, along with original music blending influences of roots, rock, blues, funk and reggae into their own unique sound. Fronted with island-smooth energetic confidence by Kai “Pita” Katobalavu on lead vocals and rhythm guitar, the band’s talents includes the smooth bass lines of Tim Perkins, Ryan Peerenboom’s laid-back guitar riffs and vocals, the cool intensity of Jeremy “Chunk” Schroetter on keyboards and innovative steady ease of Kelvin Ayres behind the drum set.

November 27

COUNTRY NIGHT with “Jamie Campbell and the Redneck Romeos” ~ 10 PM

Dynamic… Fierce… Wildly entertaining… Charmingly charismatic…
Just six of the buzz words consistently used to describe this 6 piece Midwest country-rock powerhouse, Jamie Campbell and the Redneck Romeos.
Formed in 2011, this award-winning group— chosen in 2013 to appear on a TV REALITY SERIES titled “Band Rescue”- pairing them with celebrity musicians to give them an upper edge in their quest to the top— with 2 songs currently spinning on radio both nationally and internationally, has quickly rocketed to the top in their region. They’ve also began to make a name for themselves in Nashville, playing clubs like Cadillac Ranch, Tootsies and more.