6pm-The Lovestruck Balladeers with The New Hoosier Broadcasters

The Lovestruck Balladeers are a stellar band of traveling musicians.  Together or on their own paths, they have traversed the country and the globe,  carrying traditional styles into modern times and bringing new sounds to old music.   The versatile quintet features twin fiddles, […]

5pm-PBJ’s

Come hear the new 6 piece PBJ band at the Players Pub Friday, November 17, from 5-7. Admission is free. It’s Happy Hour!  Plan to eat, drink and be merry. The PB&J Quartet is now calling themselves the PBJs. They’ve […]

5pm-The Uke-Tones

Bloomington’s only ukulele band! Three women of a certain age who all wear glasses and perform their ukulele magic with tongue firmly planted in cheek while bringing you tunes from across the decades.

Opal Fly & KAPOW

electrioacousticragamafunkjazz. Bass, drums, saxes, vox tight crisp songs about finding ways to like being here while have fun with others.

The Uke-Tones

Bloomington’s only ukulele band! Three women of a certain age who all wear glasses and perform their ukulele magic with tongue firmly planted in cheek while bringing you tunes from across the decades.

PB&J Quartet

The PB&J Quartet plays tunes from the Great American Songbook and occasionally ventures into tunes from the ’60’s. With their mix of tuba, trumpet, guitar, percussion and piano you’ll find it easy listening and perfect for dancing. The interesting story […]

Bob Palindrome

This Macon, Georgia born and bred “cracker” turned Hoosier writes songs played on the weirdest rig that ever sounded like a piano in a style that can best be described as “Ray Charles meets Jerry Lee Lewis in a head-on […]

The Uke-Tones

Bloomington’s only ukulele band! Three women of a certain age who all wear glasses and perform their ukulele magic with tongue firmly planted in cheek while bringing you tunes from across the decades.

Resonant Rogues

The Resonant Rogues are the songwriting soul child of partners Sparrow and Keith Smith. With influences ranging from gypsy swing to early New Orleans jazz, and from Appalachian old-time to eastern European folk music, they take their favorite flavors and […]