Hello there Facebook friends! Starting to think about weekend plans?! Love classic rock and country? Well we got just the thing for you! Come join us as we welcome Festus performing live starting at 9pm and only five dollars at the door! Why not come in early and enjoy $5 any burger with a few beverages! Hope to see you all there!
The speaker is Jeff Gill of Tallgrass Brewing Company
The title of his presentation is: “The Science of Beer Making”"
Jeff Gill will be sharing the science and art of beer making. As a special opportunity for those 21 years and older, there will be samples of beers available for taste testing. We thank Jeff Gill and Wade Radina for making that tasting opportunity possible. Come an learn about an aspect of science with a very down-to-earth application.
Don’t miss the last Science Cafe of the Fall.
Friday, December 6
in the lovely evening
Come enjoy the show!
This will be a show for the history books. Come out a see some great performers and let your hair down and have a good time.
Fundraiser for Manhattan High School Thespians
Tickets: General Public $13, Military $8, Students $6
Awrite, Blues Fans!
The Internet tells me that’s how you say “hello” in Scots Gaelic. Don’t be alarmed, there’s a very good reason for this. On Saturday, December 14, at 7:30 PM at the Manhattan Arts Center, the Red State Blues Band will be performing a benefit concert to help the Manhattan High School Thespians get to the the Fringe Festival in Edinburgh, Scotland, and we hope you’ll be there to help out. Sound like an odd combination: Scotland and The Blues? Maybe, but then again, if you have a chance to hear the best damn blues band west of the Big Blue River, does it really matter?
Let’s back up a step and give you a little background. Many of the members of the Red State Blues Band have kids who either are alumni of or currently attending MHS. One of us has a kid who is currently attending *and* a member of the drama club, which is a local chapter of the International Thespian Society. And one of us is also an alumnus themselves, both of MHS and the Thespians. When we heard about the opportunity for these kids to get to go to this world-renowned event, we thought we might be able to help out, and hopefully you can, too.
The band will be donating our full earnings for the evening towards this goal, and encourage you to attend the show and give a little bit yourselves. We’ll be playing our usual hard-rocking, soul-shaking, gut-busting, caber-tossing, kilt-wearing, whiskey-drinking blues. (OK, there might not be enough headroom at the MAC for tossing the caber, but I’m not making any promises about kilts.) We’ve been working up several new songs, which you probably haven’t heard yet. And as a special treat, we’ve invited Linda Uthoff, MHS drama teacher and local star of the stage, to sing a few songs with us. It’s going to be a whole lot of fun, you won’t want to miss it. We hope you’ll be there and bring your checkbook to make a little extra donation for the cause while you’re there.
And speaking of your checkbook, did you know we have a new CD out? Titled “Down at the Ville”, our second CD was released in September. This is the culmination of months of hard work and we’re dying to share it with you, our favorite fans. You’ll be able to buy copies at the MAC, or any of our live appearances. If for some strange reason, you are unable to attend one of our performances, you can pick up a copy at fine merchants such as Sisters of Sound or Varneys (who gratefully offered the use of their marquee for our cover art) in Aggieville. And if you can’t even do that, please drop an email to any members of the band and we can get one mailed to you. Need I remind you that the Winter Holiday Gift Giving Season is nigh upon us? Our CDs make great gifts for the whole family!
Lots of great stuff to look forward to in the coming weeks. Come on down the the MAC and get your much-needed dose of the blues, and give a little extra to help out our hometown high school kids. Buy a few CDs. And always let the good times roll!
Starts at 9pm – all ages welcome! No cover. Kitchen open until 10pm too! https://www.facebook.com/TannerTaylorBand
*Kitchen open until 10pm
*Bring your date, friends, family, neighbors, and everybody else in between!
COATS FOR KIDS CHRISTMAS BENEFIT – DEC. 15
A night of music with David George and Friends.
SUNDAY, DECEMBER 15
doors 6:00 pm
showtime 7:00 pm
$10 advanced tickets
$15 day of show
1/2 price if you bring a new or used coat.
Kids Under 10 years of age FREE
All coats will be gathered to be cleaned and taken to Coats For Kids Foundation providing winter coats for children in need.
This all started when I wanted to do some of my lesser performed and older songs with a String Quartet. Then as the idea began to come together, I wanted to make it very family friendly and since the Christmas season is upon us play some Christmas material I’ve had stowed away for a few years!
So… Starting at 7:00 pm I will be performing with A Crooked Quartet (fea. Christine Gross, Betse Ellis, Jonny Hammil, & Ben Byard) strings arranged by Adam Leibriech-Johnsen and Betse Ellis. And vocals by Melissa Bollman.
Then around 8:00 PM The Crooked Christmas Band will take the stage performing some original Christmas Songs* for the upcoming Musical “Christmas Ain’t A Drag” featuring Marco Pascolini, Giuliano Mingucci, Johnny Hammil, David George, Shay Estes Brookerd, Bernadette, Ben Byard and others!
*The Crooked Christmas Band will perform “Tonight’s Child” live to raise money for Coats For Kids. The Song will be available on iTunes soon!!!
9:00 pm David George & A Crooked Mile will take the stage performing a full set.
Tickets available at http://www.therecordbar.com/event/153908
The Living Room Tour 5
Abandon Kansas will be playing a stripped down set, plus Jeremy Cline’s 21st birthday, and pancakes. Come get finals week started right.
1218 Yuma St
Manhattan KS 66502
This is a ‘free show’ but a $5 (or more) donation is strongly encouraged. C’mon.
Dave McGraw & Mandy Fer http://bnds.in/LbYF3L
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Please email Jonathan for more info/RSVP: