Tonight @ Dave Sag’s Blues Party Ed Scheer, Ricky King Russell, Mario Perret and of course Dave himself 8:30pm 4.26.2018
40 Railroad Avenue
Gloucester, MA 01930
The one and only “Sax” Gordon Beadle wafts in to flit on your hippocampus with his remarkably well-endowed grasp of the blues. Just back from a tour of outer space, Gordie and his boys will destroy your wildest dreams! Featuring Risky “King” Russell on catarrh and “Mr.Ed” Scheer , on the skins. And me, too.
We’re opening up the bomb bay this Thursday, to welcome back those spirited jokesters who may inflict moderate to severe Blooz damage to your soul. I’m talking about that fabulous glottal gurgler (and drummambulator) Mr. Edd Scheer. He’s draggin’ in his musical buddies, Mr. Ricky “King” Russell , on Qatar and vogelsang, and the modishly-styled cutie-pie of tenor sax,Mr. Mario Perrett. Everybody sings,sometimes together and in tune, and everybody gets a turn to embarrass himself and/or make bad jokes. Something to see. Czech it out.
And then, on Saturday, why not grab some extra chewing gum, lube up with Hai Karate® and join “Madhouse” for some fun and alcoholic madness at Captain Carlo’s. John Keegan© and his voracious ants are ready to crawl up your leg once again and make you dizzy on the dance floor. Come celebrate the end of summer(???)!
And don’t forget: for those of you in the prune juice and Cheez-Whiz® crowd, there’s always a great free show with the Good Old Salty Jazz Band this coming Monday at The Rose Baker Senior Center. From 1 to 3 these kats wail the greatest old toons in the world! It’s a national treasure! Shame on you for ignoring it!
40 Railroad Ave
Gloucester, Massachusetts 01930
Phone (978) 283-9732
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!