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Live music with Stereo Chickens

Stereo Chickens seamlessly blend country, bluegrass, folk, and gospel into their own unique Americana sound. Ken McMeans is the founding member of Stereo Chickens, playing guitar and singing. As an artist and writer, his songs have been heard on TV shows like "General Hospital"; he has been nominated for numerous industry awards and had his songs picked up by artists such as Linda Ronstadt, Kim Carnes, Joe Cocker, and John Waite. Cynthia Ford is a vocalist, who plays numerous instruments and brought congas into the group. She has spent a lifetime playing music as well as acting in the theater. Mandolinist-vocalist-songwriter Tom Walters started his musical journey cutting vinyl with fellow college alumnus Weird Al Yankovic, going on to share the stage with such artists as Country Joe McDonald, Maria Muldaur, Jerry Douglas, and others. His first international release for Eagle Records in Nashville was with the duo Iverson and Walters. He also plays in the local band, The Taproots.

It's also Friday Pint Night, meaning $8 logo glass filled with your favorite beer and $2 off refills on Fridays, forever. Also, enjoy happy hour pricing on wine all night long ($1 off glasses, $5 off bottles).

Free and family-friendly