Knuckleheads Saloon

THE place for live music, be it blues, honky-tonk, rockabilly, or whatever, in the Kansas City area! Knuckleheads Saloon is the greatest roadhouse, honky-tonk and blues bar around!

Sunday, February 21, 2010

Myra Taylor's 93rd Birthday Party,Terri Clark,Jimmie Bratcher,Grayson Capps &The Stumpknockers,Outlaw Jim,TUF,Jams, &MORE @Knuckleheads 2/22-2/28/2010

Wednesday 2/24
Myra Taylor's 93rd Birthday Party

Myra is one of the ( if not the only) last living links
to Kansas Citys golden age of jazz
6pm to 9pm No Cover

Wednesday 2/24
Outlaw Jim & the Whiskey Benders

9pm $5 cover

Thursday 2/25
Jimmie Bratcher's Blues Band

in the Retro Lounge
7pm $5 cover

Thursday 2/25
Knock Kneed Sally

8pm $5 cover

Friday 2/26
Jeff Bergen's Elvis Show

6:15 to 7:30 $6 cover

Friday 2/26
Terri Clark

"Unplugged and Alone" (Country)
Knuckleheads goes Red tonight (Go Red for Women)
With the 2009 release of The Long Way Home, Terri Clark
emerges as her own woman. A platinum-selling artist, a
hard-charging performer, a CMA Female Vocalist of the
Year nominee, the 8-time Canadian Country Music
Association Fans Choice Entertainer of the Year assumes
true ownership of her music: making an album to her own
truth and the result is a record that captures the
tides of adult lives, great passions and the struggles
that mark our journey Terri has had several Top 10 hit
including "Better Things to Do," "When Boy Meets Girl,"
"If I Were You," "Emotional Girl," "Now That I Found
You"and a remake of "Poor Poor Pitiful Me." Clark hit
No. 1 in 1998 with "You're Easy on the Eyes" and again
in 2004 with "Girls Lie Too.
8:30 pm $28 adv $35 dos

Friday 2/26
Trampled Under Foot (Blues)

11pm $8 adv Doors open at 10:30pm
(Terri Clark ticket holders will be able to stay and see
this show at no additional cost)

Saturday 2/27
Open Jam hosted by Billy & Dwane

1pm to 6pm No Cover

Saturday 2/27
Grayson Capps & The Stumpknockers

(New Orleans Music)
Rott N Roll. The title originated with Grayson Capps
fans in New Orleans as an explanation of his music.
Prostitutes, alcoholics, vagrants and drifters often
inhabit the southern troubadours songs, while his live
performances are ignited by sanctified Southern soul,
howling back-country stomp and raucous roadhouse
blues.. Slowly, but surely, the phrase spread from one
city to the next as the definition of the Grayson Capps
experience. For Grayson himself, Rott N Roll has come
to represent the state of mind needed to play
uncompromising roots music as a means for survival in
the Dirty South; the yin and yang between the
debauchery of life on the road and the come down upon
returning home.. Yet, as Grayson makes clear on Back To
The Country, the album?s opening track, when Rott N
Roll is the credo, even the serenity of home means
eating cornbread and raising hell.
9pm $10 adv

Sunday 2/28
Open Jam hosted by LeveeTown

2pm to 6pm No Cover


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