Moondog’s 25 Years!
Ron Esser, the name is a statement in itself. Being an ardent supporter of the blues, Ron Esser’s club, Moondog’s, was bestowed with the “Keeping the Blues Alive Award” from the Blues Foundation in Memphis, Tennessee.
October 2014 Moondog’s Preview!
All Weekday Shows Monday – Thursday begin at 7:30 (Open Stages as Scheduled)!
All Weekend shows, start time is 8:30 unless otherwise stated, so please double check the schedule.
Every Wednesday Cherylann Hawk 8:00!
You can find Cherylann Hawk in this spot on the Moondog’s stage every Wednesday hosting the Acoustic Open Stage with the Live to Love Band! Drum circle starts at 7:30, open stage starts at 8:00 and flows till midnight. There’s a potluck and vendors in the back room, a drum set on stage with lots of hand drums to play as well. Dance, spoken word, beat-boxing & free flowetry of all kinds is welcome and encouraged to weave in and out of the melodious magic of voice, strings, wind and rhythm.
Come live to love with us at Moondog’s beautiful people!
October 23rd! Host to be announced!
Every Thursday Electric Open Stage 8-11!
DRUMS, AMPS, AND KEYS WILL BE PROVIDED! BANDS, PLAYERS COME ON OUT AND DO YOUR THING!
Three Guitars – Three Formidable Musicians – One Evening
From smoking slide guitar boogies to raw-boned Chicago shuffles to the deepest slow blues, guitarist/vocalist/songwriter Lil’ Ed Williams is an awe-inspiring master bluesman. He and his blistering, road-tested band, The Blues Imperials—guitarist Mike Garrett, bassist James “Pookie” Young, drummer Kelly Littleton—are celebrating 20 amazing years together. Live, Lil’ Ed And The Blues Imperials simply can’t be beat as Ed breaks out the deepest back-bends, the highest toe-walks, and the most authentic electric slide-guitar blues being played today. Not since the heyday of Hound Dog Taylor & The HouseRockers has a Chicago blues band made such a consistently joyous, rollicking noise.
Please check the Events page for the complete lineup!
Check out our advanced ticket shows!