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Halloween Voodoo Blues

Halloween VooDoo Blues

 

Please join us for all the tricks & treats! The wildest eve in Jerome!

We proudly present Sweet Baby Ray’s VooDoo Blues 9PM – 1AM

::: HAPPY HALLOWEEN – MERRY SAMHAIN :::

21+ ONLY $10 at the door

Sutton Papanikolas

 

We invite you to enjoy the musical styling of Sutton Papanikolas featured for this weeks acoustic Thursday at Spirit Room.

Sutton James Papanikolas has recently embarked on his first official solo endeavor. The San Diego Music Award-nominated singer/songwriter has just released his debut solo album, “High Country Hiatus”. He is currently on a coast-to-coast tour supporting it’s release. SJP — known for fronting groups including Shaggin Wagon, Help I’m Alive, Stallion and most recently, Neighbors To The North — is a lover and performer of all periods of music. Even though his most recent efforts fit quite nicely within the indie-folk/alt-country genres, the spirit of rock n’ roll will always be alive and well in his songwriting, as well as his engagingly energetic live shows.

https://www.suttonjamesmusic.com/

Moondog & friends

Dof of the Moon

 

Join us for a generous dose of Country Folk Rock Blues with an Outlaw Hippie Attitude!!! Jerome’s favorite Moondog rocks the weekend joined by friends on the Spirit Room stage.

Friday’s with Moondog & friends

 

Dof of the Moon

A Jerome original & favorite! Get your day drinkin’ on with the likes of Moondog offering you some Country Folk Rock Blues with an Outlaw Hippie Attitude!!! Every Friday at Spirit Room 1-4PM

Black Forest Society

 

Black Forest Society

Please join us for this gem of a band – Original, eclectic, progressive, acoustic, soul food from the deep woods of musical expression.

Johnny Lingo Trio

john ziegler in concert

 

Spirit Room Presents: Art Walk Saturdays with Johnny Lingo Trio

The dashing John Ziegler & bands front man has been a long time Verde Valley favorite since the days of Major Lingo. Johnny is here to stay with Johnny Lingo Trio performing the first Saturday of each month at Spirit Room 9-12. Playing all your danceable favs with their own flare be prepared to be taken away by the musical stylings of the trio.

The Johnny Lingo Trio consists of John Ziegler, vocalist and guitarist, percussionist Tina Reichow & multi instrumentalist Kirk Burnett.

Johnny Lingo Trio

Johnny Lingo Trio live at Spirit Room

Stumbling Moxie

Stumbling Moxie

 

STUMBLING MOXIE IS A ACOUSTIC ROCK-N-ROLL COVER / ORIGINAL BAND BASED IN PHOENIX AZ.  THE BAND SERVES UP A WIDE VARIETY OF GREAT ACOUSTIC ROCK-N-ROLL FROM THE 70’S RIGHT THROUGH CURRENT ROCK HITS ALONG WITH ORIGINAL SONGS FROM PREVIOUS INCARNATIONS OF THE BAND (THE STUMBLES, BIG MOXIE). WE KEEP OUR SET-UP SMALL WHICH IS PERFECT FOR SMALLER CLUBS AND VENUES.  ALSO AVAILABLE FOR CORPORATE EVENTS AND PRIVATE PARTIES.  CHECK OUT OUR MUSIC AND CONTACT STUMBLING MOXIE FOR GREAT LIVE ENTERTAINMENT!

 

https://stumblingmoxie.com/

Sam Pace & the Guilded Grit

 

Sam Pace

 

Sam Pace and the Gilded Grit have been making a name for themselves as a force to be reckoned with since their inception in 2011.  As staples in the Austin music scene and road dogs famous for their relentless 50-city U.S. Tours- the band has an old school work ethic with the chops to match.

“As far as high energy shows are concerned, Austin music fans could not do much better that Sam Pace and the Gilded Grit” – Greg Ackerman, Examiner

Over the past three years Sam has been peppered throughout the Austin Music Awards annual Top-10 lists. He has placed Top-10 for Musician of the Year, Best Song, Best Album, Best Album Art, Best Rock Band, Best Blues/Soul/Funk Band and two years in a row for Best Guitar Player and Best Male Vocals.

“Down and dirty rock n’ roll is hard to come by these days, even more difficult for it to achieve the level of success Pace has…” – Overload Austin

Sam’s voice and guitar playing are the signatures of the sound. His booming baritone and soulful growl give the music a powerful edge; while his heavy, swinging guitar and thick, luscious tone has been described as “a marriage between Peter Green, early Clapton, and early Hendrix.”

“Sam Pace and the Gilded Grit’s album Rapture is full of raw power. The overall sound ranges from blues to monster rock to moments of deep tenderness.” – Barbara Jo (Famous Austin DJ and Music Hostess)

The songwriting and originality of sound is of paramount importance to the band. Their rock n’ roll roots and bluesy, soulful influences are always present- but their variations of theme, groove and emotion encapsulate an entire world of sonic pleasure. Their first two albums – The Feelin’ (2012) and Rapture (2014) display the dexterity and growth of the band in full force.

Their newest LP – Judgment Eve – was recorded in Austin and produced by Chris “Frenchie” Smith.  It will be released worldwide June 1st, 2018.

“Raise your glass with a soundtrack of swampy-as-hell, devil’s got your soul music!”- Seven Days (Vermont)


Sam Pace was born and raised in Milwaukee, WI. Growing up he quenched his musical thirst with everything from oldies to classic rock to golden age hip-hop. When he picked up the guitar at age 15 he had simultaneously began his love affair with the blues. All through high-school blues music became his obsession; along with some lesser-known rock acts like Jimi Hendrix, Cream, Pink Floyd, Led Zeppelin and Metallica to name a few.

After high school Sam attended the University of Wisconsin in Madison, WI. Through college his taste continued to center around blues and rock n’ roll, but he also developed a deep love for early Reggae, the Jazz greats, and classic soul.

While in Madison, and later in Chicago (where he lived for four years after Madison), Sam relentlessly developed his guitar and vocal chops, and played blues and rock n’ roll as much as he could.

In 2011 Sam Pace moved to Austin, TX, a place where he knew no one and had never been before. Having just released his debut album, “Let the Big Dog Eat”, Pace sought a band to lead and stake to claim.

After 2 months in Austin, Pace met two young musicians named Jake Causey and Patrick Sanderson. With Causey on drums and Sanderson on bass, the three got down to work immediately and formed the band which would later be called: Sam Pace and the Gilded Grit.

In the summer of 2012, Pace and the Grit released their debut album, “The Feelin’”. Shortly after they embarked on a national tour that took them all over the eastern and middle parts of the United States.

“We play Rock n’ Roll smooth and dirty, Soul music mean, and we’re not afraid to get a little weird,” says Pace.

 

https://sampacemusic.com/

Sam Pace & the Guilded Grit

 

Sam Pace

 

Sam Pace and the Gilded Grit have been making a name for themselves as a force to be reckoned with since their inception in 2011.  As staples in the Austin music scene and road dogs famous for their relentless 50-city U.S. Tours- the band has an old school work ethic with the chops to match.

“As far as high energy shows are concerned, Austin music fans could not do much better that Sam Pace and the Gilded Grit” – Greg Ackerman, Examiner

Over the past three years Sam has been peppered throughout the Austin Music Awards annual Top-10 lists. He has placed Top-10 for Musician of the Year, Best Song, Best Album, Best Album Art, Best Rock Band, Best Blues/Soul/Funk Band and two years in a row for Best Guitar Player and Best Male Vocals.

“Down and dirty rock n’ roll is hard to come by these days, even more difficult for it to achieve the level of success Pace has…” – Overload Austin

Sam’s voice and guitar playing are the signatures of the sound. His booming baritone and soulful growl give the music a powerful edge; while his heavy, swinging guitar and thick, luscious tone has been described as “a marriage between Peter Green, early Clapton, and early Hendrix.”

“Sam Pace and the Gilded Grit’s album Rapture is full of raw power. The overall sound ranges from blues to monster rock to moments of deep tenderness.” – Barbara Jo (Famous Austin DJ and Music Hostess)

The songwriting and originality of sound is of paramount importance to the band. Their rock n’ roll roots and bluesy, soulful influences are always present- but their variations of theme, groove and emotion encapsulate an entire world of sonic pleasure. Their first two albums – The Feelin’ (2012) and Rapture (2014) display the dexterity and growth of the band in full force.

Their newest LP – Judgment Eve – was recorded in Austin and produced by Chris “Frenchie” Smith.  It will be released worldwide June 1st, 2018.

“Raise your glass with a soundtrack of swampy-as-hell, devil’s got your soul music!”- Seven Days (Vermont)


Sam Pace was born and raised in Milwaukee, WI. Growing up he quenched his musical thirst with everything from oldies to classic rock to golden age hip-hop. When he picked up the guitar at age 15 he had simultaneously began his love affair with the blues. All through high-school blues music became his obsession; along with some lesser-known rock acts like Jimi Hendrix, Cream, Pink Floyd, Led Zeppelin and Metallica to name a few.

After high school Sam attended the University of Wisconsin in Madison, WI. Through college his taste continued to center around blues and rock n’ roll, but he also developed a deep love for early Reggae, the Jazz greats, and classic soul.

While in Madison, and later in Chicago (where he lived for four years after Madison), Sam relentlessly developed his guitar and vocal chops, and played blues and rock n’ roll as much as he could.

In 2011 Sam Pace moved to Austin, TX, a place where he knew no one and had never been before. Having just released his debut album, “Let the Big Dog Eat”, Pace sought a band to lead and stake to claim.

After 2 months in Austin, Pace met two young musicians named Jake Causey and Patrick Sanderson. With Causey on drums and Sanderson on bass, the three got down to work immediately and formed the band which would later be called: Sam Pace and the Gilded Grit.

In the summer of 2012, Pace and the Grit released their debut album, “The Feelin’”. Shortly after they embarked on a national tour that took them all over the eastern and middle parts of the United States.

“We play Rock n’ Roll smooth and dirty, Soul music mean, and we’re not afraid to get a little weird,” says Pace.

 

https://sampacemusic.com/