Adams and King take you on a ride through the lives of many of your favorite musicians, new and old. You’ll hear favorite old songs and stories about the songs, the times and the musicians you love. Be ready to play along and sing along with crazy fun audience participation. You’ll see a different show at each performance of Songs & Stories.
Adams is a powerful singer reminiscent of Janis Joplin who also has a soft side and can croon with the best of them. She is a published author, speaker and radio host. Her band was voted Top Band for the Reno Blues Society Mash Bash 2010 and Spring Fling 2011 and they are regulars at the Best in the West Nugget Rib Cook-off.
The Jason King Band has performed all over northern Nevada and California. Their eclectic mix of sounds has earned them a spot on some of the area’s biggest stages, including the Big Easy Festival, the Best in the West Nugget Rib Cook-off, and the Eldorado’s BBQ, Brews, & Blues Festival.
Tickets for this event cost $13 in advance and $17 the day of the show.
This weekend, Reno Tahoe Comedy presents the world’s largest leprechaun: third-generation Irishman DC Malone, fueled by Jameson’s Irish Whiskey and dreams of Dublin! Raised on jazz, blues and folk music, his life changed radically when he heard his first comedy album.
“My grandmother gave me an Allen Sherman record when I was a kid and I was hooked,” Malone said. After that he split his time between The Beatles and the Smothers Brothers. Whether expounding on the trials and tribulations of marriage and the complications of subsequent single life, or talking about his childhood, singing questionable camp songs or blasting into his blues classic “Upper middle class, white ass suburban, just moved to the better part o town blues,” D.C. Malone has put together an incredibly entertaining show filled with hilarious songs backed by expert guitar rhythm, phenomenal finger picking and stories directly inspired by his own fascinating life.
Your host for the weekend is comedian Sean McBride. Comedian/writer/actor McBride has been making people laugh his whole life. Upon graduating from college, McBride entered into the world of sports broadcasting, but much to his news director’s chagrin, relaying that