The 1st week of November has some great music for you! Support your local musicians and venues and have a great time doing so.
Ky&Ty Acoustic duo @ Twin Span Brewing
Bo Orrin Thursday Night Live at Gypsy Highway
Mo Carter @ Crawford Brew Works
Doc and Delilah @ Faithful Pilot Kitchen and Bar
Avey Grouws Trio @ Crawford Brew Works
Angela Meyer at Denny O's, Fulton
Lewis Knudsen @ Faithful Pilot Kitchen and Bar
RADKEY w/THE MANY COLORED DEATH @ Raccoon Motel
Jera & Carol Jean @ The Grape Life
Chuck Murphy @ Green Tree Brewery
Mo Carter @ Mississippi River Distilling Company
Folk n' Stages & The Experimental Submarines @ Denny O's, Fulton
Identity Crisis Concert at Gypsy Highway
Jordan Danielsen @ Galena Brewing Company Moline Ale House
Acid Lounge @ Rozz-Tox
Jim Perron @ Bootleg Hill Honey Meads
JIM RYAN ACOUSTIC at TUGGERS
Code 415 @ Crabbys Bar
Ky&Ty duo @ The Edge Rapids City
Thanks to Roberta at Local Scene Magazine which brings you information about area musicians and venues. See photos of bands and venues...she's a great photographer. Catch up on the latest activities of your favorite musicians.
13 - 50 Shades of Rock @ 11th Street Precinct
20 - Crooked Cactus @ 11th Street Precinct
27 - Haphazard @ 11th Street Precinct
4 - Crooked Cactus @ 11th Street Precinct
11- 50 Shades of Rock @ 11th Street Precinct
18 - Blues Rockit @ 11th Street Precinct
If you have any shows coming up that you'd like to promote here on 97X.com and when we talk about it on the air, let me know. Just email billstage@97X.com and we'd love to get the word out about live music. It's been a rough road for bars & bands for the foreseeable future so let me know how we can help.
To add your event, send the info to BillStage@97X.com
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