6.9 Friday (Bluegrass / Americana)
Nectar & The PBJ Present:
POOR MAN'S WHISKEY
Paul Simon's "Graceland"
plus a set of original NorCal Hoedowns
with The Warren G. Hardings
$15adv / $20dos
412 N 36th St
BOOTH RESERVATIONS NOW AVAILABLE!
We are a majority standing-area venue with seating on our heated and covered patio as well as our newly remodeled mezzanine. All seating is first come first serve however, we do have eight booths available for reservations on our mezzanine. Booths 1-6 seat two to four people, booth 7 seats five and booth 8 seats six to eight.
All table reservations are now made at checkout.
Booth reservations are sold on a first come first serve basis.
Reserve multiple booths for larger parties and we will seat you together.
See "Additional Items" on the bottom of checkout page for available booths. If you do not see “Additional Items” unfortunately all booths are SOLD OUT.
We try our best to guarantee your reservation all night, though we ask you to arrive within 2 hours after doors open.
We no longer reserve high top tables behind booths but we encourage people to arrive early to claim available space.
We offer food service once doors officially open. See listing above for specific door time.
POOR MAN'S WHISKEY
Join Northern California's Jamgrass favorites for a set of originals followed by aspecial second set interpretation of the classic Paul Simon album "Graceland".
Poor Man's Whiskey is an American band originating in the San Francisco Bay Area rootedaround the songwriting talents of Josh Brough and Jason Beard (whom met in 1993 at theUniversity of California, Santa Barbara). Poor Man's Whiskey's live show and sound is blendof high octane old time/bluegrass music (often done on traditional acoustic instruments ofbanjo, guitar, and mandolin) and a more psychedelic blues/jam rock style that call upon theirearlier influences such as Pink Floyd, The Allman Brothers Band, and the Grateful Dead. PoorMan's Whiskey seamlessly transitions between acoustic and electric styles with a carefullycrafted commitment that revolves around well written songs and stories...while maintainingan exciting element of improvisation and the openness to let a song expand. Besides theirseven original albums and high energy shows, Poor Man's Whiskey is also known for theirspecial "interpretation sets". They gained international attention by their bluegrass renditionof "Dark Side of the Moonshine" (a bluegrass take on the classic Pink Floyd album), as wellas successful interpretive sets of Paul Simon's "Graceland", The Allman Brothers Band, TheEagles, Old and In the Way, and Kate Wolf. These sets are are played in conjunction with anoriginal set or a special festival late night party.