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Thursday Night Blues Party @ The Rhumb Line to host Ricky “King” Russell with Ed Scheer and Mario Perrett 8:30-11:30.

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  It’s been a while so put away that greasy kid stuff and welcome back those charming rascals of Rhythm: Edd, Ricky and Mario.These guys fit like an old pair of smelly shoes!
Ricky “King” Russell has long been a palimpsest on the Boston scene, what with his searing  guitar and ironic vocals. What’s not to like? Then there’s Eddie Scheer, front man , emcee and Osphena® sales rep on drums and vocals,  Mario Perrett, saxist and former teen idol on sax and vocals. We always manage to tear the joint apart and put it back together for the next time. We all sing and harmonize, sometimes at the same time!  One of my all-time favorite outfits! Come see! Don’t forget: our hours are now 8:30 to 11:30.
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Then, this Saturday nite, I am honored to join Ms. Mari Martin and her really hot band ( the Lucky Boys) at the Rhumb Line. Easily the best singer around, Mari brings an incredible amount of great energy to the stage and will have you rollicking in the aisles and spilling your beer all over your chinese shoes. Come dance the night away.
And for the Cheez-Whiz and jello crowd, don’t  forget next Monday afternoon at the Rose Baker Senior Center downtown, where the Old Salty Jazz Band holds sway from 1 to 3.  It’s free! These guys are a riot!
The Rhumb Line
40 Railroad Avenue
Gloucester, Massachusetts
(978) 283-9732

Ricky “King” Russell to join the Dave Sag’s Blues Party Thursday night @ The Rhumb Line 8:30pm-11:30pm

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 We’re back on “summer” hours, that is  we’re starting at 8:30 and flailing till 11:30. Make a note of it!
And I’m so happy to have back my all-time favorite nose-tweaking band: The Three Stooges. That’s the dynamic trio of Mr. Rikky “King” Russell, on gootar, Mr. Edd “Duodenum” Scheer on drummbs, and Mr. Mario “Cutie-pie” Perrett on foghorn. And me, of course, on bass. These guys could break the land speed record if they wanted to. I’m just happy they could find the place. Every session is riddled with bad jokes, frothy ripostes, and the most curious collection of self-stolen songs. Think Philip Marlow meets L’il Richard. Everybody sings, everybody plays and we all get inspired. Don’t miss it!

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